Curriculum and examinations
The school curriculum is based on the requirements of the Examinations Council of Zambia. It is enriched by knowledge and experience from other countries such as Britain, Australia and the United States of America. Pass rates have always been above 90% and the school has a proud tradition of success. High academic standards and wide involvement in the co-curricular programme reflect the belief in the idea of education in its broadest sense. The school sees it as their responsibility to do their part in preparing the learners for the modern world. It is vital to give them knowledge and understanding of the 'real' world, and an awareness of the important choices that will determine their career values and lifestyle as adults.
At this stage the sciences are split into environmental science, biology, chemistry and physics. Children are introduced to commerce, book keeping, agricultural science and library research. Geography, civics, history, religious education and English literature are also taught at this level. An important subject is examination practice which is used to asses each child. The school seeks to promote the academic development of learners and also their personal development. The school library is continuously developed and it supplements the teaching efforts of the staff.
Computers and technology
Computer Application Technology is taught from grades 10 to12. High school students are given the necessary skills to use the full Microsoft Office suite, internet and email in a well equipped computer centre. Qualified, dedicated and experienced staff encourage the understanding of IT at this level so it forms a strong foundation for students.
Chudleigh House School has commissioned two international school standard physics and chemistry labs. This was done to provide a visual and practical aspect to the learning of science. These well equipped labs stimulate a greater interest in the sciences and promote teamwork and co-operation.
Extra curricular activities
A wide variety of activities and clubs are available for the children to participate in. Clubs include chess, scouts and girl guides, scripture union, debate, poetry, music, traditional dance, art, chongololo club and drama.The school also has plans to introduce skills training in home economics, textiles, metalwork and woodwork.
Children are encouraged to be active for their health and Chudliegh House School offer a wide range of sporting activities including boys football, girls football, volleyball, basketball, swimming, tennis, table tennis, badminton and athletics.Chudleigh House School services
- Junior secondary: grades eight and nine
- Junior secondary admission age:
- Upper secondary: grades ten to twelve
- Upper secondary admission age:
- Extra-curricular programme
- Computer Application Technology
- Science labs
- Tuck shop
Chudleigh House School information
- Private co-education school
- Pre-school, primary and secondary education
- Day school
- School year: January to December
- Curriculum: ECZ
- Officially opened in 1993