The Greensteds International School in Kenya is one of the Kenyan Schools that teach based on a non-Kenyan Curriculum. The Greensteds International School in Kenya is located a few kilometres from Nakuru town in Kenya on the Nakuru-Nairobi Highway. The Greensteds International School in Kenya uses the national curriculum of Wales and England as the basis for teaching.
The Greensteds International School in Nakuru consists of both junior and senior schools. The Greensteds International junior school in Kenya refers to what is commonly known as Primary school in Kenya while The Greensteds International Senior School is secondary school in Kenya in a layman’s language.
Greensteds International School in Nakuru provides for all key stages of learning by virtue of practising the British system of education in Kenya. The Greensteds International School curriculum in Kenya is divided into stages and years unlike the normal “standards” in primary schools in Kenya and “forms” in secondary schools in the Kenyan system. Stage three in The Greensteds International School caters for year 7 to year 9, stage 4 for year 10 and 11 and stage 5 for years 12 and 13. Year 10 and year 11 in stage 4 usually cover the international general certificate for secondary education (IGCSE) in Kenya while year 12 and 13 cover A levels both ASM and A2. With the A levels done, one is allowed entry in most universities world wide.
Students of The Greensteds International School in Nakuru who are in stage 3 deal with very many core and common subject and go specializing as stages progress. In stage 4, the students of The Greensteds International School take up 2 compulsory subjects and take up close to optional. These 8 subjects are studied for two years culminating in the IGCSE examination in Kenya at the end of grade 11.
For stage 5, students of The Greensteds International School in Nakuru take up four courses of their choice and drop one subject on entry into year 13. Passing in these 3 subjects is a requirement for entry into all United Kingdom universities as well as other universities world wide.The Greensteds International School, through CIE and Edexcel in Kenya also offers some internationally recognized courses in Kenya. The Greensteds International School is also earmarked as a centre for the Kenya Local Examinations Syndicate of The University of Cambridge.