Integrated Curriculum

Studying at Heritage.
Heritage School offers a holistic pre-school and primary education including:

  • The British Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Cambridge Primary curricula delivered by qualified teachers in English
  • Integrated Russian State Programme
  • Co-Curriculum (sports, creativity and technology)
  • Values-based Education
  • Second foreign language (Chinese)

We apply the latest teaching and learning practices and modern pedagogical approaches.

The British Curriculum.
Our educational programme for pre-school children aged 2 — 5 years old is based on the British Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework that has now received international recognition.
It supports an integrated approach to early learning and care and ensures that children have the knowledge and skills they need to start school.
Once children reach five, they start school. Our primary education is based on the Cambridge Primary curriculum Cambridge Pathway for children aged 5 — 18 years old.
At the end of school, students sit IGCSE and A Level examinations and receive an international diploma which allows them to enter leading universities around the world.

Cambridge Curriculum.
The Cambridge international curriculum is a highly respected world-class educational programme developed by Cambridge Assessment International Education, the world’s largest provider of international qualifications.
Specially designed for international schools, it sets a global standard for education across the world enabling schools to embrace the global education trends and adapt an international curriculum to the local context.
Cambridge Pathway helps students develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. Through practice, they discover new abilities and a wider world, and gain the skills they need for life, so they can achieve at school, university and work.

Cambridge Primary subjects.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Chinese
  • ICT
  • Social Science
  • Global Perspectives
  • Physical Education
  • Music
  • Dance
  • Art
  • PSHE

Russian State Programme.

Students whose native language is Russian also follow the Russian state programme. At the end of school, they take state exams (OGE and EGE) and receive the Russian certificate of general secondary education. The Russian programme at our school starts at the age of 5 with the preparation for school. The first grade programme starts at the age of 7.
Main subjects at Primary School:

  • Russian
  • Mathematics
  • Literature
  • Science

Those students who do not speak Russian learn Russian as a foreign language as well as have other additional classes in English.