Secondary school

Tashkent Ulugbek International School

Secondary school

From Grades 6 to 11 your child will follow the English National Curriculum with some adaptations.

Please note the following:

TUIS Grade 6 = English National Curriculum Year 7 (age 11/12)    Key Stage 3

TUIS Grade 7 = English National Curriculum Year 8 (age 12/13)    Key Stage 3

TUIS Grade 8 = English National Curriculum Year 9 (age 13/14)    Key Stage 3

TUIS Grade 9 = English National Curriculum Year 10(age 14/15)      Key Stage 4

TUIS Grade 10 = English National Curriculum Year 11 (age 15/16)     Key Stage 4

TUIS Grade 11 = English National Curriculum Year 12(age 16/17)      Key Stage 5

Tashkent Ulugbek International School

offers a Year 1 to Year 9 and Year 10 to Year 11 college preparatory program that helps students to become independent and thoughtful learners and to develop deep understanding in the subjects they study. TUIS strives to provide a dynamic, creative, original, academic curriculum based on the UK system, but tailored to the needs of our students.


By the end of Key Stage 3 pupils adapt their talk to the demands of different contexts, purposes and audiences with increasing confidence. Their talk engages the interest of the listener through the variety and liveliness of both vocabulary and expression. Pupils take an active part in discussions, taking different roles and showing understanding of ideas and sensitivity to others. They demonstrate their knowledge of language variety and usage effectively and use standard English fluently in formal situations.

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By the end of Key Stage 3 pupils carry out substantial tasks and solve quite complex problems by independently and systematically breaking them down into smaller, more manageable tasks. They interpret, discuss and synthesise information presented in a variety of mathematical forms, relating findings to the original context. Their written and spoken language explains and informs their use of diagrams. They begin to give mathematical justifications, making connections between the current situation and situations they have encountered before.

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By the end of Key Stage 3 pupils identify an appropriate approach in investigatory work, selecting and using sources of information, scientific knowledge and understanding. They select and use methods to collect adequate data for the task, measuring with precision, using instruments with fine scale divisions, and identify the need to repeat measurements and observations. They recognise a range of familiar risks and take action to control them. 

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Modern foreign languages

By the end of key Stage 3 pupils show that they understand the difference between present, past and future events in a range of spoken material that includes familiar language in less familiar contexts. They identify and note the main points and specific details. They need little repetition.


By the end of Key Stage 3 pupils show their knowledge and understanding of local, national and international history by beginning to analyse the nature and extent of diversity, change and continuity within and across different periods. They begin to explain relationships between causes. 

Art and Design

By the end of Key Stage 3 pupils accept creative risks, exploring and experimenting with ideas independently and inventively and using a range of appropriate resources imaginatively to develop, design and make work. 


By the end of Key Stage 3 pupils decide on appropriate questions and research strategies to investigate issues affecting society. They interpret different sources of information and begin to assess these for validity. They are aware of the diversity of viewpoints and describe some of the influences that shape these. They develop structured and balanced arguments, challenging others’ assumptions or ideas.

Information and communication technology

By the end of Key Stage 3 pupils plan and design ICT-based solutions to meet a specific purpose and audience, demonstrating increased integration and efficiency in their use of ICT tools. They develop and refine their work to enhance its quality, using a greater range and complexity of information. Where necessary, they use complex lines of enquiry to test hypotheses.

Physical education

By the end of Key Stage 3 pupils select and combine skills, techniques and ideas and use them in a widening range of familiar and unfamiliar physical activities and contexts, performing with consistent precision, control and fluency. They use imaginative ways to solve problems, overcome challenges and entertain audiences.

The main goal of TUIS is to supply the highest standards of international education the children of accredited diplomats, foreign businessmen and children of citizens of Uzbekistan and to create an international academic programme. In accordance to this we allow the children of diplomats, who often move from one country to another, easier access to the educational processes beyond Uzbekistan.

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