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.

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At O level the following subjects are offered following the CIE board:

Art and Design, English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Music, Drama, French, Spanish, Literature in English, History, Geography, Global Perspectives, Business Studies, Accounting and Information Communications and Technology(ICT).


Core and extended curricula are available in many subjects for students of differing abilities.
We offer the following Edexcel Board subjects at O level:

Psychology, Economics, Physical education, and Sports.
Edexcel’s International Advanced Level is an international alternative to Edexcel’s Ofqual-regulated A level qualifications. This new suite of qualifications, regulated by Pearson, has been written to the highest standard, with the global learner in mind.
The International AS qualifications contain 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.

Subjects include:

Accounting, Biology, Business studies, Chemistry, Economics, Law and Mathematics.


We follow the Cambridge International examinations board in the following subjects:

Art, English language, History, Geography and Information and communications technology (ICT).


The syllabuses develop a deep understanding of subjects, as well as independent learning and constructive thinking skills which are valued by universities and employers.

Shana Patel – Biochemistry
University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Ryan Mwangi – Civil Engineering
University of Minnesota, USA
Martin Korir – Computer Science
University of Utah, USA
Harsh Patel – Biomedical Engineering
Case Western Reserve University, USA
Yishika Wadhwa – Business and Finance
Univerity of Edinburgh, UK
Tharushi Ranasinghe – International Business
Loughborough University, UK
Sukhraj Sokhi – Mathematics and Economics
Loughborough University, UK
Sonali Wanzah – Physiotherapy
University of Hertfordshire, UK
Sneha Kotecha – Economics and Finance
University of Exeter, UK
Shikha Sangrajhka – Mechanical Engineering with Management
University of Manchester, UK
Rumaisa Khan – Liberal Arts
Warwick University, UK
Rohan Chakrabarti – Economics and Finance
University of Bristol, UK
Mahek Chopra – PPE
University of Warwick, UK
Dev Savani – Actuarial Science
London School of Economics, UK
Cindy Mutunga – Psychology
University of Essex, UK
Audrey Ochieng – Interior Design
University of the West of England Bristol, UK
Anika Gujral – Biomedical Engineering
City University, London, UK
Aneesa Gulamhusein – Law (LLB)
Durham University, UK
Tapiwa Nyampupachitu – Economics
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Zuviya Arshad – Dentistry
College of Dentistry, Pakistan