At A’ksent Suisse Academy International School, we adopt a blended teaching methodology that allows us to meet the individual needs of each student. This unique approach sets us apart and allows us to teach in a flexible and engaging learning environment.
Hybrid educational pathway:
Blended teaching methodology
Our blended approach is designed to ensure a balance between direct interaction with teachers and flexible learning. In addition, all our teachers are in constant contact with students to ensure continuous support and gather feedback on the curriculum. A’ksent Suisse Academy International School’s blended methodology allows students to be present on site every day and, if necessary due to competitive or artistic commitments, to attend classes virtually and online.
British Diploma (International) General Certificate of Educational Advance Level Cambridge Pathway
A’ksent Suisse Academy International School follows the British Diploma (International) General Certificate of Educational Advance Level Cambridge Pathway education system for 13/14 to 18 year olds.
The British Diploma (International) General Certificate of Educational Advance Level Cambridge Pathway and related certifications provide students with the skills and knowledge they need to achieve their personal goals both at school and university, and more broadly in life.
Thanks to its flexible approach, A’ksent Suisse Academy International School follows and accompanies students along their entire educational pathway, from Primary to Secondary School.
The assessment criteria
At A’ksent Suisse Academy International School, assessment is an essential part of the learning process and its proper use inevitably enhances the school experience.
Various opportunities, such as internal, external, formative and summative assessments, are used to maximise teaching practices and improve student achievement. Careful management of learning assessment processes and devices is a powerful tool for inclusion and the promotion of pupils’ academic and personal success.
Given the essential role of assessment, certain expectations are demanded and assumed by those engaged in the programme. All stakeholders actively participate in the evaluation process. Internal evaluations are carried out regularly each month by the teacher and externally moderated by supervisors.
A’ksent Suisse Academy International School maintains constant weekly contact with absent students in order to obtain their feedback on the curriculum.
In addition, a pedagogical counselling service is available within the school, which supports all our students in finding a balance between the academic, sporting, artistic and emotional dimensions.
The focus is on providing students with special needs with access to a rich and balanced global curriculum that encourages individual abilities and is relevant to needs and interests.