Welcome to Secondary School

Upon joining Secondary school, students are guided carefully in consultation with parents, on which subjects to choose in order to reap maximum benefit from education. During the Ninth Year, choices are made for IGCSE subjects. With many children finding the amount of work involved in these subjects greater than in the past, it is important to make a wide selection of subjects.

The new Science Laboratories are spacious and are equipped with the best science equipment. Similarly, the computing center ensures that each student realizes the importance of Information Technology and gives them an opportunity to utilize it to their own advantage. Courses range from introductory work in the First Year to project work in year Thirteen, and from word processing to Information Handling. Premier Academy today has one of the most modern and better-equipped computer laboratories in the country.

By the time our boys and girls reach the sixth form we hope to have effectively balanced the benefits of a broad education with the demands of increasing specialization. For some students, the Sixth Form becomes a time for total concentration. Helping children to think and organize their studies for themselves is an important priority for successful studies in the Sixth form and beyond. The Secondary Library plays a vital role in this. The Library has generously proportioned study carrels and an informal area where pupils can read the latest journals magazines and newspapers. It is staffed by professionally qualified librarians who give guidance on the way to use books and the library itself and work closely with teachers in striving to ensure that the library fulfills its role as the intellectual heart of the school.

The success of the school’s approach is reflected by the very high percentage of passes obtained in IGCSE and GCE examination each year and the high proportion of top grades. Three-quarter of our Sixth Form students go on to take academic degrees, with a great majority of the remainder obtaining professional qualification by direct entry into their chosen careers.

We promote a holistic approach to education through academic, extracurricular and pastoral programmes which take into consideration the diverse cultural backgrounds of the students. The secondary school admits 12 year olds in year 7 and 17 year olds in ‘A’ level.


Premier prides in constantly scaling new heights in curriculum delivery. The abrupt closure of schools presented novel challenges, however, we saw this as an opportunity. The current crop of millennial students embraced digital learning and we have managed to rope in parents who have worked collaboratively with our teachers in implementing virtual learning. With the COVID-19 pandemic, our school sessions transitioned seamlessly into the digital platform with lessons delivered to high efficiency. With a dynamic staff who quickly embraced and migrated to remote teaching, we have managed to engaged with our learners delivering nearly 200 lessons in a week.  Our teachers redesigned lesson plans and curriculum delivery, integrating emerging pedagogical approaches that not only engages students but also ensure stimulus variation to sustain interest and allay boredom that could come along with screen fatigue.

Ours is a success story, but in previously uncharted waters. This has meant that the school management, staff and parents have started collaborating more closely. Through the senior leadership team, we have engaged the systems approach which has seen us have frequent consultative and feedback meetings. As an ISO certified school which takes client feedback seriously, student and parent views have been ventilated by the school leadership and best practices passed to our team of qualified and versatile staff who actually have the one-on-one daily transactions with students.

Besides, Premier Academy has been alive to the salient effects of COVID-19. Through Pastoral and Counselling sessions in our time tables, we have managed to have sessions where students vent off pent up emotions and feelings thereby having them psychologically and emotionally prepared for lessons. Our Counselling Department sends regular bulletins to the school community to help parents navigate through these unchartered waters.

To mitigate the strain that come with online academic transactions, we have also managed to have extracurricular activities where students engage in games, cookery, art, online hashtags, drama and Music. As some of these are collaborative ventures, students have tapped into the rich online resources to help them learn better. 

With the new normal likely to be with us for some time, Premier Academy is constantly engaging an overdrive to ensure quality and focused curriculum preparation and delivery cognizant of differentiation to ensure that all the cadres of learners are reached at their niche. Additionally, the practical activities help mold all round youngsters irrespective of the prevailing circumstances. This is not only our DNA but is also spelt out in our Vision and Mission Statements.


At Premier Academy, we follow the British National Curriculum, with additions that acknowledge the context within which our learners live and the opportunities available to them. We follow the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) and Edexcel international boards.

CIE Board subjects offered at O level:

Art and Design, English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Music, Drama, French, Spanish, Literature in English, History, Geography, Global Perspectives, Business Studies, Accounting and IT.

Edexcel Board subjects offered at O level:

Economics, Physical education, and Sports. The International AS qualifications contains half the content of an International Advanced Level. Learners can either study AS as a stand-alone qualification or as a stage on the way to completing an Advanced Level. This gives them the opportunity to study a broader range of subjects at AS before deciding which subjects to take forward to A level.

May/ June 2020 examination Results

Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE)

Results for Cambridge IGCSE, O Level, International AS and A Level shall be released on 11th August 2020.

Pearson Edexcel

International As and A level results shall be released on 13th August 2020. IGCSE results shall be released on 20th August 2020.

Accessing the Results

The candidates are advised to access their results on the respective days using the results login details which shall be emailed to them soon. Candidates who have been registered with CAIE will be required to use the June 2020 login details. Candidates who have been registered with Pearson Edexcel shall use their existing Results Plus login details and the first time candidates shall be emailed the login details soon.


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Harshil Umesh Ved
Highest Mark in the World for Pearson Edexcel International Advanced Level in Accounting (2020)
Divyani Priyavadan Bhudia
Highest Mark in Africa for Pearson Edexcel International GCSE in Economics (2020)
Jigar Dipesh Mehta
Highest Mark in Africa for Pearson Edexcel International GCSE in Accounting - taken privately (2020)
Comba Frank Njogu
A Level Top Student 2018-19 Examinations (3A*1A,1A)
Kailash Seshadri
AS Level Top Student 2018-19 Examinations (5A)
Rakeeza Mughal
O Level Top Student 2018-19 Examinations(9A*)
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