At Hyundai Foreign School, our goal is to deliver a British based curriculum that is both recognized and transferred easily internationally. To achieve this we utilize a number of different curricula and evaluations, which vary based on year level and subject.

Our Early Years Programme is based primarily on the British National Curriculum with student progress monitored regularly using the Tapestry: Online Learning Journey, allowing parents regular access to their child’s progress results.

HFS primary and middle years programmes utilize the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) Primary and Secondary 1 curricula for English, Maths, Science and English as a Second Language support classes. For more information on these curriculum please read the CIE Curriculum Overviews:

Our Humanities (History and Geography) Art, Music and Physical Education curricula are based on the standards of the British National Curriculum.

At HFS we regularly review and revise our programmes based on student performance, parent feedback and educational trends, families at HFS can expect to be asked to attend regular consultation meetings and to fill out surveys to help us make these improvements. Students are also evaluated regularly using both internal and external agencies

Currently, HFS uses externally marked results from the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint, the Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint and the International School’s Assessment to ensure student progress and performance is accurately evaluated and readiness for IGCSE or High School levels are being achieved. Results are shared publicly with parents and the wider school community. This curriculum is recognised and transfers easily throughout International Schools, Europe, UK and USA.