We help International Baccalaureate students from ages 3-19 with tailored support.
This programme was specially designed for globe-trotting students and families, and today it boasts 830,000 students being taught in 139 countries. The programme equips students for life in an ever more connected, globalised world by developing all aspects of the individual: academic, personal, emotional and social. IB students come to Superior Minds for superior academic support on their journey of lifelong learning.
• Strong focus on international outlook
• Considered the broadest, most balanced international curriculum
• School-driven formative assessment
• Recognised by universities worldwide
Primary Years Programme
The IB Primary years programme prepares budding students between the ages of 3 and 12 to be active, lifelong learners both in and outside the classroom. At Superior Minds, we believe that learning is good in itself, and our instructors are here to support students on this journey of discovery.
Middle Years Programme
The IB Middle years programme encourages students aged 11 to 19 to make practical connections between their studies and the real world – a holistic approach, and excellent grounding for the IB Diploma. Superior Minds is here to provide help and encouragement throughout this diverse yet balanced programme, with particular focus on English, mathematics and science.
The IB Diploma programme is designed to help students flourish physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically. It allows students to study a range of six subjects along with a core, made up of theory of knowledge, creative, active and service elements, and an extended essay. Open to any student aged 16-19, it stretches those who choose it with a uniquely rounded curriculum and a broad-minded approach to knowledge and learning.
Through the programme, students master key skills around problem solving, constructing arguments and analysing information, as well as retaining knowledge, understanding concepts and applying methodology. A mixture of internal and external assessments includes essays, case study questions, structured problems and data and short response questions, as well as artistic performances, mathematical investigations, oral work in languages, and field and lab work.