About Classroom Learning
Early Years and Lower Primary
The Early Years Foundation programme is designed for children aged between 4 and 5, with the specific goal of making learning a fun and enriching experience. Key Stage 1 consists of Year 1 and Year 2, where the children are usually 5 Key Stage 2 is the term used in English schools for the Upper Primary curriculum. It comprises Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6. Students in Key Stage 2 are usually aged 7 to 11 years old for the desccription from the docs
Key Stage 2 is the term used in English schools for the Upper Primary curriculum. It comprises Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6. Students in Key Stage 2 are usually aged 7 to 11 years old.
Key Stage 3 is the term used to categorise the first three years of Secondary schooling – English National Curriculum Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9. Students in Key Stage 3 are usually aged 12 to 14 years old.
Upper Secondary education in English schools is known as Key Stage 4. It is usually a two-year programme of study in National Curriculum Years 10 and 11.
Cambridge IGCSE Examinations
The 20-month IGCSE course occupies the whole of Key Stage 4, from September in National Curriculum Year 10 to IGCSE
examinations in April, May and June of National Curriculum
As well as being a Cambridge International School, NIS is licensed by the Ministry of Education in Malaysia, and holds a 4-Star rating from the Private and International Schools’ Inspectorate.
NIS and Emerging Technologies
Nilai International School is passionate about preparing students for success in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.