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  1. Apple Green Private School is established in 2009 to provide bilingual quality education to young learners aged 2 to 6 years meet the requirements of the Ministry of Education and international standards focusing on the Early Years Foundation Stage Programme. Support from parents will be our key success to partnership our children’s learning and development at Apple Green. We are also lucky to have a dedicated team of teaching staff who are fully committed to enabling our young learners to reach their full potential. Together with your support and our staff commitment, we will be able to make our vision a reality. We look forward to working closely together to maximize your child’s learning experiences and learning outcomes. Apple Green Private School is a school where every child is challenged to reach his/her full potential, academically, emotionally, and socially. Apple Green Private School is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment through providing a well-balanced international curriculum to all its students. Our aims: To provide a well-balanced international curriculum. To provide a welcoming and stimulating environment where all children feel happy, safe, and valued. Create a happy, enjoyable and safe environment for all. Employ teaching strategies that focus on developing children’s multiple intelligences taking into account their different learning styles. Keep up to date with educational trends. Ensure cross-curricular learning takes place. Ensure continuous professional development of teachers and staff. Maintain international accreditation. Ensure a high level of active parental involvement. At Apple Green Private School we offer different programs for every age group i.e, Raspberry Group, Blueberry Group, Strawberry Group, and Blackberry Group. We aim to develop the linguistic, mathematical, scientific creative, environmental, personal, and social areas of learning for every group. This is achieved by implementing planned units of work that are designed appropriately to children’s age group and ability. Each unit of work lasts between four to six weeks, depending on the interest level of the children. A small class size of 12 young learners allows us to address individual needs and learning styles. Our children also explore, discover, and experiment with science, nature, and their senses. They also express their creativity in working with a variety of arts and crafts. At special times during the school year, our children perform musical programs for parents, siblings, friends, and family. Overall, the units of work promote an understanding of independent and inquiry-based learning through a wide range of learning activities and real-life experiences. We aim to make learning fun for every program offered at Apple Green! View full school
  2. Apple Green Private School is established in 2009 to provide bilingual quality education to young learners aged 2 to 6 years meet the requirements of the Ministry of Education and international standards focusing on the Early Years Foundation Stage Programme. Support from parents will be our key success to partnership our children’s learning and development at Apple Green. We are also lucky to have a dedicated team of teaching staff who are fully committed to enabling our young learners to reach their full potential. Together with your support and our staff commitment, we will be able to make our vision a reality. We look forward to working closely together to maximize your child’s learning experiences and learning outcomes. Apple Green Private School is a school where every child is challenged to reach his/her full potential, academically, emotionally, and socially. Apple Green Private School is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment through providing a well-balanced international curriculum to all its students. Our aims: To provide a well-balanced international curriculum. To provide a welcoming and stimulating environment where all children feel happy, safe, and valued. Create a happy, enjoyable and safe environment for all. Employ teaching strategies that focus on developing children’s multiple intelligences taking into account their different learning styles. Keep up to date with educational trends. Ensure cross-curricular learning takes place. Ensure continuous professional development of teachers and staff. Maintain international accreditation. Ensure a high level of active parental involvement. At Apple Green Private School we offer different programs for every age group i.e, Raspberry Group, Blueberry Group, Strawberry Group, and Blackberry Group. We aim to develop the linguistic, mathematical, scientific creative, environmental, personal, and social areas of learning for every group. This is achieved by implementing planned units of work that are designed appropriately to children’s age group and ability. Each unit of work lasts between four to six weeks, depending on the interest level of the children. A small class size of 12 young learners allows us to address individual needs and learning styles. Our children also explore, discover, and experiment with science, nature, and their senses. They also express their creativity in working with a variety of arts and crafts. At special times during the school year, our children perform musical programs for parents, siblings, friends, and family. Overall, the units of work promote an understanding of independent and inquiry-based learning through a wide range of learning activities and real-life experiences. We aim to make learning fun for every program offered at Apple Green!
  3. For over 40 years, Green Mountain Valley School has been dedicated to supporting one very clear mission: fostering a life-long love of learning, sport, and adventure within competitive skiers. Our goal has always been to create an environment where students are encouraged to become well-rounded scholars and citizens. Founded in 1973, GMVS stands apart as a unique educational institution. GMVS is not just a school or a ski club, it’s a lifestyle. A lifestyle that celebrates the dual pursuit of rigorous academics and athletics all while cultivating a life-long love of learning, an adventurous spirit, grit, and determination – character traits that will prepare graduates to confidently and wisely impact the world. At Green Mountain Valley School, our goals go beyond providing exceptional training in alpine and Nordic ski racing with our strong college preparatory academic program. We put ski racing and studies into the broader perspective of competition and adventure. We know that the patterns of accomplishment carry over into every aspect of a student-athlete's life, especially after graduation. Living and learning at GMVS is about far more than just skiing or school. It’s about being a passionate and lifelong athlete. It’s about becoming intellectually challenged and eternally curious, being simultaneously independent and community-minded, persevering and doing far more than you think you can achieve. It’s a place, despite our focus on skiing, where you do not have to sacrifice your dreams of academic greatness, your passion for other sports, or your commitment to the arts. Here you can truly be “all you can be.” Our results and facilities are the visible embodiment of the GMVS mission and success. Yet, what might be a bit less visible are the relationships embedded in the fabric of our school that support these endeavors. GMVS alumni have gone on to become World Cup athletes and Olympians, to thrive at some of the country’s most selective colleges and universities, and to build careers as actors, CEOs, photographers, health care professionals, and entrepreneurs. Most importantly, our alumni continue to cite the values instilled in them here at GMVS as catalysts for their successes. Our goal as a ski academy is to recognize that one can compete at the highest level athletically and simultaneously pursue academic excellence. While the athletic program trains students for world-class competition, the teaching staff prepares students for a future beyond skiing. Our program encourages students to explore their interests in many areas. In addition to a full college preparatory curriculum in English, history and social sciences, foreign languages, math, and science, GMVS offers extracurricular opportunities in theater, music, and the visual arts. Students individually plan their academic schedules in consultation with the Director of Academics, their coach, and the College Placement Counselor. Courses and course load are selected based on academic preparedness, ability, and the demands of each student’s travel schedule, not necessarily by age or grade levels. GMVS continues to offer the traditional core courses as well as a variety of electives, opportunities for honors, and advanced work. Students are required to pass basic skills courses before moving on to advanced courses. Small classes encourage preparation, involvement, and performance. Course loads are demanding, and teachers maintain high standards so that students stretch the limits of their potential. At the same time, our 5:1 student to teacher ratio enables staff to adjust those standards to individual students, taking into consideration learning style, college goals, and racing schedule. Teachers mentor students to ensure mastery of class material and they teach students how to balance the demands on their time. Teachers work closely with each other as well, developing interdisciplinary projects that reinforce subject material. Our Learning Support Skills accelerate student learning by providing additional customized support beyond what the classroom teachers and advisors offer. The programs recognize students’ talents while helping them acquire skills and strategies to become independent lifelong learners. These individualized programs are designed to enhance a student’s reading, writing, organization, time management, and study skills allowing the student to effectively demonstrate understanding at GMVS and in college.
  4. For over 40 years, Green Mountain Valley School has been dedicated to supporting one very clear mission: fostering a life-long love of learning, sport, and adventure within competitive skiers. Our goal has always been to create an environment where students are encouraged to become well-rounded scholars and citizens. Founded in 1973, GMVS stands apart as a unique educational institution. GMVS is not just a school or a ski club, it’s a lifestyle. A lifestyle that celebrates the dual pursuit of rigorous academics and athletics all while cultivating a life-long love of learning, an adventurous spirit, grit, and determination – character traits that will prepare graduates to confidently and wisely impact the world. At Green Mountain Valley School, our goals go beyond providing exceptional training in alpine and Nordic ski racing with our strong college preparatory academic program. We put ski racing and studies into the broader perspective of competition and adventure. We know that the patterns of accomplishment carry over into every aspect of a student-athlete's life, especially after graduation. Living and learning at GMVS is about far more than just skiing or school. It’s about being a passionate and lifelong athlete. It’s about becoming intellectually challenged and eternally curious, being simultaneously independent and community-minded, persevering and doing far more than you think you can achieve. It’s a place, despite our focus on skiing, where you do not have to sacrifice your dreams of academic greatness, your passion for other sports, or your commitment to the arts. Here you can truly be “all you can be.” Our results and facilities are the visible embodiment of the GMVS mission and success. Yet, what might be a bit less visible are the relationships embedded in the fabric of our school that support these endeavors. GMVS alumni have gone on to become World Cup athletes and Olympians, to thrive at some of the country’s most selective colleges and universities, and to build careers as actors, CEOs, photographers, health care professionals, and entrepreneurs. Most importantly, our alumni continue to cite the values instilled in them here at GMVS as catalysts for their successes. Our goal as a ski academy is to recognize that one can compete at the highest level athletically and simultaneously pursue academic excellence. While the athletic program trains students for world-class competition, the teaching staff prepares students for a future beyond skiing. Our program encourages students to explore their interests in many areas. In addition to a full college preparatory curriculum in English, history and social sciences, foreign languages, math, and science, GMVS offers extracurricular opportunities in theater, music, and the visual arts. Students individually plan their academic schedules in consultation with the Director of Academics, their coach, and the College Placement Counselor. Courses and course load are selected based on academic preparedness, ability, and the demands of each student’s travel schedule, not necessarily by age or grade levels. GMVS continues to offer the traditional core courses as well as a variety of electives, opportunities for honors, and advanced work. Students are required to pass basic skills courses before moving on to advanced courses. Small classes encourage preparation, involvement, and performance. Course loads are demanding, and teachers maintain high standards so that students stretch the limits of their potential. At the same time, our 5:1 student to teacher ratio enables staff to adjust those standards to individual students, taking into consideration learning style, college goals, and racing schedule. Teachers mentor students to ensure mastery of class material and they teach students how to balance the demands on their time. Teachers work closely with each other as well, developing interdisciplinary projects that reinforce subject material. Our Learning Support Skills accelerate student learning by providing additional customized support beyond what the classroom teachers and advisors offer. The programs recognize students’ talents while helping them acquire skills and strategies to become independent lifelong learners. These individualized programs are designed to enhance a student’s reading, writing, organization, time management, and study skills allowing the student to effectively demonstrate understanding at GMVS and in college. View full school
  5. The school, located in three adjoining buildings at 53-55 st. stephen’s green enjoys a city-center location. However, the majority of its students, drawn from a wide geographical area, largely come from the north and south Dublin suburbs, north County Dublin, County Meath, Co. Wicklow, and Co. Kildare. These have been the traditional catchment areas for the school over many years. Each year, approximately thirty students from the Loreto Junior School (on the same site) enter the first year, making up about one-third of the annual intake. There is a small intake of students, generally from other schools, into other classes, when vacancies exist. Loreto College is a traditional school in that families, over generations, have tended to send their daughters there. Ninety-six girls are admitted to the new first-year each autumn. They are divided into four class groups and this remains the pattern for the school. Class size remains at this level and year groups in the school do not exceed ninety-six students. Welcome to the Loreto College St. Stephen’s Green website. The school was founded in 1833 in the tradition of Mary Ward (1585-1645). The Loreto principles of Truth, Justice, Freedom, Sincerity, and Joy underpin teaching and learning in “the Green”. All our endeavors are centered in God, rooted in Christ, and based on Gospel values. The education offered in the school is holistic with an emphasis on academia, extra-curricular activities, and social justice. A keen sense of community and collaborative teaching and learning is fostered by everyone. Each student is recognized and celebrated for her unique talents and gifts. Mary Ward encouraged us to “Do good and do it well”. By exploring our website you will witness the wonderful achievements of the students and their teachers. You will discover the joy experienced by our students in learning, leadership, sport, music, art, and other extra-curricular activities. You will see how our students bear witness to the Loreto principles and become “seekers of Truth and doers of Justice”. “In an atmosphere of mutual respect and justice, we are a community that aims to provide a rich and diverse curriculum catering for the needs of each student. We provide a holistic education wherein we strive for excellence in the pursuit of knowledge. Social concerns and spiritual values are central to our educational philosophy, while sporting and cultural endeavors are encouraged. Each student is challenged to realize her full potential and to recognize the dignity of each human being”. Loreto College, St. Stephen’s Green is a Catholic school in the Loreto tradition. It is, therefore, part of a worldwide network of schools run by the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (known to us as Loreto). The school, located in three adjoining buildings at 53-55 St. Stephen’s Green, has a city-center location. However, the majority of its students, drawn from a wide geographical area, largely come from the north and south Dublin suburbs, north County Dublin and Counties Meath and Kildare. These have been the traditional catchment areas for the school over many years. View full school
  6. The school, located in three adjoining buildings at 53-55 st. stephen’s green enjoys a city-center location. However, the majority of its students, drawn from a wide geographical area, largely come from the north and south Dublin suburbs, north County Dublin, County Meath, Co. Wicklow, and Co. Kildare. These have been the traditional catchment areas for the school over many years. Each year, approximately thirty students from the Loreto Junior School (on the same site) enter the first year, making up about one-third of the annual intake. There is a small intake of students, generally from other schools, into other classes, when vacancies exist. Loreto College is a traditional school in that families, over generations, have tended to send their daughters there. Ninety-six girls are admitted to the new first-year each autumn. They are divided into four class groups and this remains the pattern for the school. Class size remains at this level and year groups in the school do not exceed ninety-six students. Welcome to the Loreto College St. Stephen’s Green website. The school was founded in 1833 in the tradition of Mary Ward (1585-1645). The Loreto principles of Truth, Justice, Freedom, Sincerity, and Joy underpin teaching and learning in “the Green”. All our endeavors are centered in God, rooted in Christ, and based on Gospel values. The education offered in the school is holistic with an emphasis on academia, extra-curricular activities, and social justice. A keen sense of community and collaborative teaching and learning is fostered by everyone. Each student is recognized and celebrated for her unique talents and gifts. Mary Ward encouraged us to “Do good and do it well”. By exploring our website you will witness the wonderful achievements of the students and their teachers. You will discover the joy experienced by our students in learning, leadership, sport, music, art, and other extra-curricular activities. You will see how our students bear witness to the Loreto principles and become “seekers of Truth and doers of Justice”. “In an atmosphere of mutual respect and justice, we are a community that aims to provide a rich and diverse curriculum catering for the needs of each student. We provide a holistic education wherein we strive for excellence in the pursuit of knowledge. Social concerns and spiritual values are central to our educational philosophy, while sporting and cultural endeavors are encouraged. Each student is challenged to realize her full potential and to recognize the dignity of each human being”. Loreto College, St. Stephen’s Green is a Catholic school in the Loreto tradition. It is, therefore, part of a worldwide network of schools run by the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (known to us as Loreto). The school, located in three adjoining buildings at 53-55 St. Stephen’s Green, has a city-center location. However, the majority of its students, drawn from a wide geographical area, largely come from the north and south Dublin suburbs, north County Dublin and Counties Meath and Kildare. These have been the traditional catchment areas for the school over many years.
  7. Established in 1998 and located in El-Obour City. The Green Valley School (GVS) is a prominent private educational institute, catering for children from kindergarten (KG) to Thanaweya Amma/ (IGCSE). GVS exposes children to a mixture of cultures through the teaching of Arabic, English, and German all in parallel. The GVS environment is set to ensure that children are motivated, interested, and confident. They are secure enough to escape their comfort zone yet disciplined to adhere to boundaries. GVS dedicates itself to developing open-minded and lifelong learners through its diverse and challenging educational system. The increasing need to challenge young children to discover, experiment, and learn about the multicultural world around them is becoming a must and not an asset anymore. Through its distinctive trilingual education, GVS provides its students with the tool needed to challenge convention and to establish new benchmarks which allow students to be part of a world with no limits. For a child, learning a second or a third language is not more difficult than learning just one. Learning new languages at young ages is greatly beneficial not only because of the children’s receptivity to such but also because of how languages differ from each other. This further boosts the child’s understanding of these languages. Learning German alongside English, the child’s understanding and appreciation of German is further enhanced. Other benefits of learning three languages simultaneously are vast Children’s creative thinking skills and cognitive flexibility are developed dramatically traits that GVS finds particularly important. Through the study of these languages, students are exposed and asked to master different contexts of communication. They are required to do so regularly and this develops their communication skills considerably. Bilingual/Trilingual teaching will also stimulate a child’s urge to expose oneself to diversity and discomfort experienced. In addition, a multilingual environment exposes a child to a variety of unlike cultures. He will be exposed to unusual perspectives and ways of thinking and will come to truly appreciate his home culture. These endeavors inspire our vision: "TO BECOME AN AUTHENTIC TRILINGUAL SCHOOL" This vision has shaped the education provided by the school since it was founded. It is a vision that continues to dictate every aspect of school life today. Arabic, English, and German are taught in parallel. Every effort is made to develop students’ sensitivity and fluency in these languages and to ensure that they receive full benefit from their extensive linguistic education. GVS is committed to providing distinctive high-quality education with an emphasis on languages to meet the educational needs of the international and national community while preserving the Egyptian identity - at a reasonable cost". GVS seeks to be one of the finest schools in Egypt. To achieve this goal and its mission, the School is committed to educating students Lead lives of purpose and excellence Develop their talents and abilities appreciate learning as a lifelong endeavor Develop a strong sense of self-esteem in an atmosphere of mutual respect Develop the skills, competencies, and flexibility needed for working life and Egypt's development in a changing world. Being a trilingual school that gives students an understanding of the diversity of cultural differences and appreciation of the common experiences that bring us together. At the same time, feel privileged by their own cultural identity. distinctively prepares students to make a difference in a challenging ever-changing world. The Green Valley School will fulfill its mission by: Creating a stimulating and interesting environment for children that is secure, caring, and comfortable. Providing an active learning program, which involves learning by doing, discovering, and working with others to solve problems, hands-on experience. Creating a learning atmosphere where life–long learning becomes a habit, which directs the transition from " learning to please the teacher " to learning for its own sake. Introducing innovative curriculum development based on the most current researches. Creating opportunities for children to become confident, responsible, and self–disciplined adults. Continually seeking ways to provide services more efficiently and with higher quality. Providing an environment that actively promotes children’s language and communication skills and Places language and communication awareness as one of the highest priorities in the school. Challenging all students to envision new possibilities. Ensuring that student learning is the focus of all school activities. Creating an educational environment in which the pursuit of academic excellence and intellectual growth is complemented by a concern for the moral, physical, psychological, and creative development of each student. Supported by its Motto – follow the rules, accept your responsibilities and uphold your rights - GVS aspires to live as a community that shares responsibilities and that values intellectual integrity, loyalty, and discipline.
  8. Established in 1998 and located in El-Obour City. The Green Valley School (GVS) is a prominent private educational institute, catering for children from kindergarten (KG) to Thanaweya Amma/ (IGCSE). GVS exposes children to a mixture of cultures through the teaching of Arabic, English, and German all in parallel. The GVS environment is set to ensure that children are motivated, interested, and confident. They are secure enough to escape their comfort zone yet disciplined to adhere to boundaries. GVS dedicates itself to developing open-minded and lifelong learners through its diverse and challenging educational system. The increasing need to challenge young children to discover, experiment, and learn about the multicultural world around them is becoming a must and not an asset anymore. Through its distinctive trilingual education, GVS provides its students with the tool needed to challenge convention and to establish new benchmarks which allow students to be part of a world with no limits. For a child, learning a second or a third language is not more difficult than learning just one. Learning new languages at young ages is greatly beneficial not only because of the children’s receptivity to such but also because of how languages differ from each other. This further boosts the child’s understanding of these languages. Learning German alongside English, the child’s understanding and appreciation of German is further enhanced. Other benefits of learning three languages simultaneously are vast Children’s creative thinking skills and cognitive flexibility are developed dramatically traits that GVS finds particularly important. Through the study of these languages, students are exposed and asked to master different contexts of communication. They are required to do so regularly and this develops their communication skills considerably. Bilingual/Trilingual teaching will also stimulate a child’s urge to expose oneself to diversity and discomfort experienced. In addition, a multilingual environment exposes a child to a variety of unlike cultures. He will be exposed to unusual perspectives and ways of thinking and will come to truly appreciate his home culture. These endeavors inspire our vision: "TO BECOME AN AUTHENTIC TRILINGUAL SCHOOL" This vision has shaped the education provided by the school since it was founded. It is a vision that continues to dictate every aspect of school life today. Arabic, English, and German are taught in parallel. Every effort is made to develop students’ sensitivity and fluency in these languages and to ensure that they receive full benefit from their extensive linguistic education. GVS is committed to providing distinctive high-quality education with an emphasis on languages to meet the educational needs of the international and national community while preserving the Egyptian identity - at a reasonable cost". GVS seeks to be one of the finest schools in Egypt. To achieve this goal and its mission, the School is committed to educating students Lead lives of purpose and excellence Develop their talents and abilities appreciate learning as a lifelong endeavor Develop a strong sense of self-esteem in an atmosphere of mutual respect Develop the skills, competencies, and flexibility needed for working life and Egypt's development in a changing world. Being a trilingual school that gives students an understanding of the diversity of cultural differences and appreciation of the common experiences that bring us together. At the same time, feel privileged by their own cultural identity. distinctively prepares students to make a difference in a challenging ever-changing world. The Green Valley School will fulfill its mission by: Creating a stimulating and interesting environment for children that is secure, caring, and comfortable. Providing an active learning program, which involves learning by doing, discovering, and working with others to solve problems, hands-on experience. Creating a learning atmosphere where life–long learning becomes a habit, which directs the transition from " learning to please the teacher " to learning for its own sake. Introducing innovative curriculum development based on the most current researches. Creating opportunities for children to become confident, responsible, and self–disciplined adults. Continually seeking ways to provide services more efficiently and with higher quality. Providing an environment that actively promotes children’s language and communication skills and Places language and communication awareness as one of the highest priorities in the school. Challenging all students to envision new possibilities. Ensuring that student learning is the focus of all school activities. Creating an educational environment in which the pursuit of academic excellence and intellectual growth is complemented by a concern for the moral, physical, psychological, and creative development of each student. Supported by its Motto – follow the rules, accept your responsibilities and uphold your rights - GVS aspires to live as a community that shares responsibilities and that values intellectual integrity, loyalty, and discipline. View full school
  9. Green Land - Pré Vert International School (GPIS-Egypt) is a private Egyptian School with bilingual sections ( English - Arabic & French - Arabic) for children from the age of 3 to 18. The School accepts and welcomes students of all nationalities. The School was founded in 1994 by a group of parents whose interest was to invest in their children’s education and future. The School provides its students with an international standard of education and a high level of language instruction in an Egyptian environment respecting the Arab culture and emphasizing the teaching of the Arabic Language. Moreover, GPIS teaches foreign languages complying with an exclusive international standard and qualifying its students for earning the International Diploma from IBO.GPIS aims to contribute to making the world a better place. To fulfill this objective, GPIS’s education fosters respect for international as well as national cultures histories, and societies while providing its learners with high-quality IB education in a local environment. This education values and protects their sense of identity. The school enables its students to master two foreign languages besides Arabic (English and French), equipping them with skills to succeed in communicating internationally. GPIS strives to develop future leaders who are tolerant, caring, reflective, creative, and disciplined lifelong learners who contribute to the development of their communities and serve effectively in an internationally dynamic world. GPIS creates value for all its stakeholders through continuous improvement of the profile, performance, and satisfaction of all its community members, embracing them all in an atmosphere of genuine care and love. GPIS recognizes learning as a life-long process. We provide a learning environment that promotes the academic, social and personal development of all our students, and thus we are committed to: Developing students who have a life-long love of learning, who are eager to inquire, and are full of curiosity. Establishing a stable & caring School community in which students feel happy & secure. Developing links between disciplines so knowledge is seen by our students as an interrelated world. Promoting intercultural awareness among all students. Providing students with a broad range of thinking, communication, and group working skills through a unique experience. Establishing a broad, balanced curriculum in which art, music & drama are integrated to give our students opportunities to explore, express, and develop their artistic and creative talents. Moreover, we enable the students to experience and appreciate the creativity of others. Integrating sports and providing opportunities for developing physical skills and maintaining physical fitness promotes a balanced, healthy lifestyle. Encouraging our students to develop a sense of community service & social compassion. Developing in our students the social and leadership skills that they can use in both their academic and practical life. As one of the leading international schools worldwide offering IB continuum quality international educational services for students from nursery to high school, the cause we exist for combines our vision, mission, and values. We strive to be the most trusted, highly performing, and innovating school offering IB continuum education worldwide, to graduate global citizens with a sense of identity and social responsibility who effectively serve their communities to make the world a better place. GPIS aims to contribute to making the world a better place. To fulfill this objective, GPIS education fosters respect for international as well as national cultures history, and societies while providing its learners with high-quality IB education in a local environment. This education values and protects their sense of identity. The school enables its students to master two foreign languages besides Arabic (English and French), equipping them with skills to succeed in communicating internationally. GPIS strives to develop leaders for the future who are tolerant, caring, reflective, and creative, and disciplined lifelong learners who contribute to the development of their communities and serve effectively in an internationally mobile world.
  10. Green Land - Pré Vert International School (GPIS-Egypt) is a private Egyptian School with bilingual sections ( English - Arabic & French - Arabic) for children from the age of 3 to 18. The School accepts and welcomes students of all nationalities. The School was founded in 1994 by a group of parents whose interest was to invest in their children’s education and future. The School provides its students with an international standard of education and a high level of language instruction in an Egyptian environment respecting the Arab culture and emphasizing the teaching of the Arabic Language. Moreover, GPIS teaches foreign languages complying with an exclusive international standard and qualifying its students for earning the International Diploma from IBO.GPIS aims to contribute to making the world a better place. To fulfill this objective, GPIS’s education fosters respect for international as well as national cultures histories, and societies while providing its learners with high-quality IB education in a local environment. This education values and protects their sense of identity. The school enables its students to master two foreign languages besides Arabic (English and French), equipping them with skills to succeed in communicating internationally. GPIS strives to develop future leaders who are tolerant, caring, reflective, creative, and disciplined lifelong learners who contribute to the development of their communities and serve effectively in an internationally dynamic world. GPIS creates value for all its stakeholders through continuous improvement of the profile, performance, and satisfaction of all its community members, embracing them all in an atmosphere of genuine care and love. GPIS recognizes learning as a life-long process. We provide a learning environment that promotes the academic, social and personal development of all our students, and thus we are committed to: Developing students who have a life-long love of learning, who are eager to inquire, and are full of curiosity. Establishing a stable & caring School community in which students feel happy & secure. Developing links between disciplines so knowledge is seen by our students as an interrelated world. Promoting intercultural awareness among all students. Providing students with a broad range of thinking, communication, and group working skills through a unique experience. Establishing a broad, balanced curriculum in which art, music & drama are integrated to give our students opportunities to explore, express, and develop their artistic and creative talents. Moreover, we enable the students to experience and appreciate the creativity of others. Integrating sports and providing opportunities for developing physical skills and maintaining physical fitness promotes a balanced, healthy lifestyle. Encouraging our students to develop a sense of community service & social compassion. Developing in our students the social and leadership skills that they can use in both their academic and practical life. As one of the leading international schools worldwide offering IB continuum quality international educational services for students from nursery to high school, the cause we exist for combines our vision, mission, and values. We strive to be the most trusted, highly performing, and innovating school offering IB continuum education worldwide, to graduate global citizens with a sense of identity and social responsibility who effectively serve their communities to make the world a better place. GPIS aims to contribute to making the world a better place. To fulfill this objective, GPIS education fosters respect for international as well as national cultures history, and societies while providing its learners with high-quality IB education in a local environment. This education values and protects their sense of identity. The school enables its students to master two foreign languages besides Arabic (English and French), equipping them with skills to succeed in communicating internationally. GPIS strives to develop leaders for the future who are tolerant, caring, reflective, and creative, and disciplined lifelong learners who contribute to the development of their communities and serve effectively in an internationally mobile world. View full school
  11. Green Heights Language School was established in the year 2000. We offer a semi international educational program that combines the features of the national program in addition to the linguistic strength of the international curriculum. This unique educational program prepares our students well, to face future challenges in their careers. The School's Motto is " We Create Future Leaders " that's why our emphasis is not only educational but also on teaching positive participation, creativity, self-esteem, critical thinking, and self-discipline. This is achieved through our well-trained and qualified teachers and staff. In Green Heights Language School the educational process has evolved through years of experience and desire to continuously improve our educational offering. It is a well-crafted program starting from the early and critical stages of KGs. We provide an integrated curriculum that relates all subjects together, promoting linguistic and intellectual development. The focus of this program is to develop the inquisitive qualities of students and teach them to relate to what they learn inside and observe outside the class. Students will master two foreign languages besides Arabic and the social studies curriculum preserve the national culture and identity. The school has developed a proactive Learning Processing System (LPS). The system is designed to detect gaps in behavioral norms and basic academic skills that hinder the students learning process. This system helps to future develop students with special talents and give attention to those that require assistance. Green Heights language school has a spacious campus that is equipped with the state of the art facilities. These facilities provide the necessary environment to nurture our student's imaginative minds and creative talents. A visit to Green Heights premises enables parents to get a close look at its diverse and enjoyable learning environment. Keeping our students updated with the latest information technologies and computer skills is a must to enable them to compete in the global market. Green Heights requires students to learn basic computer applications to successfully apply in their daily lives. To accomplish this goal, Green Heights is equipped with computer labs, which include the latest computer hardware and software. The students are taught by specialists to use the latest in Information technology. Information technology is an integral part of the education process. It is the engine that students use to acquire vast quantities of information and stay updated with global events. Green Heights School provides a large fleet of buses covering all surrounding areas. Special attention is given to the selection of certified bus drivers and attendants. The attendants are equipped with mobile phones. This is to ensure that each student is picked up and dropped off safely. Green Heights places a strong emphasis on the student's physical development through the use of sports, physical activities, and talent-enhancing activities. The physical education curriculum is specifically tailored under the supervision of qualified trainers to meet the needs and capabilities of the students at each developmental stage. To enable its students in achieving physical excellence, Green Heights is equipped with large fields on which they can play soccer, volleyball, basketball, etc ( swimming and tennis will be at Marriot Mirage Hotel). An indoor activity room is also available for indoor sports and recreation. "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up" Picasso. Fine Arts at Green Heights will develop talented students in painting, graphics, clay work, and handicrafts. Students' artistic talents are nurtured through music and arts programs. Green Heights respects its student's childhood. Therefore a sufficient number of activity sessions such as P.E, Art, Music, etc.. is applied in their daily schedule.
  12. Green Heights Language School was established in the year 2000. We offer a semi international educational program that combines the features of the national program in addition to the linguistic strength of the international curriculum. This unique educational program prepares our students well, to face future challenges in their careers. The School's Motto is " We Create Future Leaders " that's why our emphasis is not only educational but also on teaching positive participation, creativity, self-esteem, critical thinking, and self-discipline. This is achieved through our well-trained and qualified teachers and staff. In Green Heights Language School the educational process has evolved through years of experience and desire to continuously improve our educational offering. It is a well-crafted program starting from the early and critical stages of KGs. We provide an integrated curriculum that relates all subjects together, promoting linguistic and intellectual development. The focus of this program is to develop the inquisitive qualities of students and teach them to relate to what they learn inside and observe outside the class. Students will master two foreign languages besides Arabic and the social studies curriculum preserve the national culture and identity. The school has developed a proactive Learning Processing System (LPS). The system is designed to detect gaps in behavioral norms and basic academic skills that hinder the students learning process. This system helps to future develop students with special talents and give attention to those that require assistance. Green Heights language school has a spacious campus that is equipped with the state of the art facilities. These facilities provide the necessary environment to nurture our student's imaginative minds and creative talents. A visit to Green Heights premises enables parents to get a close look at its diverse and enjoyable learning environment. Keeping our students updated with the latest information technologies and computer skills is a must to enable them to compete in the global market. Green Heights requires students to learn basic computer applications to successfully apply in their daily lives. To accomplish this goal, Green Heights is equipped with computer labs, which include the latest computer hardware and software. The students are taught by specialists to use the latest in Information technology. Information technology is an integral part of the education process. It is the engine that students use to acquire vast quantities of information and stay updated with global events. Green Heights School provides a large fleet of buses covering all surrounding areas. Special attention is given to the selection of certified bus drivers and attendants. The attendants are equipped with mobile phones. This is to ensure that each student is picked up and dropped off safely. Green Heights places a strong emphasis on the student's physical development through the use of sports, physical activities, and talent-enhancing activities. The physical education curriculum is specifically tailored under the supervision of qualified trainers to meet the needs and capabilities of the students at each developmental stage. To enable its students in achieving physical excellence, Green Heights is equipped with large fields on which they can play soccer, volleyball, basketball, etc ( swimming and tennis will be at Marriot Mirage Hotel). An indoor activity room is also available for indoor sports and recreation. "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up" Picasso. Fine Arts at Green Heights will develop talented students in painting, graphics, clay work, and handicrafts. Students' artistic talents are nurtured through music and arts programs. Green Heights respects its student's childhood. Therefore a sufficient number of activity sessions such as P.E, Art, Music, etc.. is applied in their daily schedule. View full school
  13. Green Heights International School was founded as an extension to Green Heights Language School which gained an outstanding reputation since its establishment in 1998 at the start of the new millennium. To capitalize on this success and to strongly contribute to the world of standard international education, Green Heights International School opened its doors in 2008. Green Heights International School (GHIS) offers comprehensive internationally accredited programs under the American and British educational systems. Furthermore, GHIS upholds moral education and cultural identity through comprehensive programs of Ethics and Character building. The American Division is accredited by AdvancED/NWAC and its graduates are granted the American Diploma while the British Division is accredited by the British Council to grant its graduates the IGCSE certificate upon completion of its respective program. We are proud to have graduated the first batch of American Diploma students in 2010, with excellent results, and the other classes that followed till now. Yet, we look forward to celebrating more graduates from both programs. GHIS's comprehensive educational program is a product of years of experience acquired by the school management and staff, to develop independent learners who would not only seek education but find pleasure in doing so. The mission of Green Heights International School is to provide each student with quality and diverse education in a safe, supportive environment that promotes self-discipline, motivation, and excellence in learning. Our students are equipped with skills that will enable them to face life challenges, embrace diversity, act responsibly and contribute to our community. We challenge our students to reach their full potential by developing leadership skills that prepare them to lead the next generation and contribute responsibly in an increasingly competitive and global society. We create future leaders who possess technological competence that will enable them to challenge their abilities as life-long learners in an environment that fosters a strong character. Our vision at GHIS is to create future leaders by preparing our students to learn valuable life skills, achieve their full potential and face different challenges for the next century. Our first-class of future leaders graduated in 2010. All seniors were admitted to various reputable universities in Egypt and worldwide. At GHIS, we want to provide an exemplary educational experience that nurtures an international perspective developed through the challenging American and British programs we offer. Not only do our students demonstrate excellent academic progress and achievement while at GHIS, but they also become grounded in the important qualities of integrity, leadership, adaptability, resilience, and true compassion for interacting with the surrounding world. Additionally, our students are well-prepared to take an active role in aiding their community through taking part in GHIS WE ARE ONE program that embraces charity activities. The unique and beautiful campus is the backdrop for a school determined to have a profoundly positive impact on the personal lives of its students as well as assuring a great education. We are focused on being a student and learning-centered school that is consistently moving forward in preparing students to be successful as modern global citizens. The school's strategic plan, excellent teaching and support staff, parents, and GHIS School Board are aligned with and support achieving the school's vision…We create Future Leaders with a global vision to bring positive change to our world.
  14. Green Heights International School was founded as an extension to Green Heights Language School which gained an outstanding reputation since its establishment in 1998 at the start of the new millennium. To capitalize on this success and to strongly contribute to the world of standard international education, Green Heights International School opened its doors in 2008. Green Heights International School (GHIS) offers comprehensive internationally accredited programs under the American and British educational systems. Furthermore, GHIS upholds moral education and cultural identity through comprehensive programs of Ethics and Character building. The American Division is accredited by AdvancED/NWAC and its graduates are granted the American Diploma while the British Division is accredited by the British Council to grant its graduates the IGCSE certificate upon completion of its respective program. We are proud to have graduated the first batch of American Diploma students in 2010, with excellent results, and the other classes that followed till now. Yet, we look forward to celebrating more graduates from both programs. GHIS's comprehensive educational program is a product of years of experience acquired by the school management and staff, to develop independent learners who would not only seek education but find pleasure in doing so. The mission of Green Heights International School is to provide each student with quality and diverse education in a safe, supportive environment that promotes self-discipline, motivation, and excellence in learning. Our students are equipped with skills that will enable them to face life challenges, embrace diversity, act responsibly and contribute to our community. We challenge our students to reach their full potential by developing leadership skills that prepare them to lead the next generation and contribute responsibly in an increasingly competitive and global society. We create future leaders who possess technological competence that will enable them to challenge their abilities as life-long learners in an environment that fosters a strong character. Our vision at GHIS is to create future leaders by preparing our students to learn valuable life skills, achieve their full potential and face different challenges for the next century. Our first-class of future leaders graduated in 2010. All seniors were admitted to various reputable universities in Egypt and worldwide. At GHIS, we want to provide an exemplary educational experience that nurtures an international perspective developed through the challenging American and British programs we offer. Not only do our students demonstrate excellent academic progress and achievement while at GHIS, but they also become grounded in the important qualities of integrity, leadership, adaptability, resilience, and true compassion for interacting with the surrounding world. Additionally, our students are well-prepared to take an active role in aiding their community through taking part in GHIS WE ARE ONE program that embraces charity activities. The unique and beautiful campus is the backdrop for a school determined to have a profoundly positive impact on the personal lives of its students as well as assuring a great education. We are focused on being a student and learning-centered school that is consistently moving forward in preparing students to be successful as modern global citizens. The school's strategic plan, excellent teaching and support staff, parents, and GHIS School Board are aligned with and support achieving the school's vision…We create Future Leaders with a global vision to bring positive change to our world. View full school
  15. We believe that today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. With a strong and deliberate focus on excellent academics, Meadow Green Academy offers a comprehensive blend of the best in traditional education and modern pedagogy, while using current technologies. The core curriculum at Meadow Green Academy prioritizes reading, writing, and mathematics, to develop a strong educational foundation. An emphasis on advanced learning in the areas of computers, sciences, and languages, challenges students to maximize their potential in the classroom and the world at large. Meadow Green Academy’s unwavering commitment to individual enrichment and accelerated programming is enhanced through small class sizes and ongoing, individual student assessments. Students enjoy a rich educational experience in a caring and nurturing environment, built on strong, Christian values. At Meadow Green Academy, we are motivated to cultivate courageous, principled individuals who will impact their world for good. Students are therefore encouraged to develop a global perspective and they are allowed to participate in various conferences and outreach programs. These experiences deepen the students’ understanding of their relationship and responsibility to others, around the world. We provide a challenging academic program, in an individualized, small class setting, to develop students as future leaders in their field. We are firmly committed to individualized learning through ongoing assessments and programming that addresses each student’s learning style. Mutual respect and inclusivity are emphasized to create a secure and nurturing environment, where each child is appreciated and recognized for who they are. We invite you to share in our education mission statement and obtain for your child, all the benefits our school provides in respect of education and personal growth. Our engaging and interactive Preschool program focuses on academics, skill-building, and play-based learning, using a variety of centers and Montessori materials. We provide a flexible schedule of full or half days to suit the individual needs of families. The Preschool program is offered at our Queensway Campus. At Meadow Green Preschool, we believe that a strong foundation in the early years is vital to continue life-long learning and development. We capitalize on the natural curiosity of preschool-age children to provide them with a rich educational experience in a caring and nurturing environment, built on strong Christian values. Meadow Green Preschool provides a balanced program of fun play, skill development, and academics. Realizing that the children are still young, they receive the nurturing and guidance of a loving, Christian teacher. Students are gently guided to join in and explore the social and academic aspects of school. A qualified teacher is dedicated to providing a nurturing, creative and comprehensive learning environment for students beginning at the age of 30 months, with a pupil/ teacher ratio of 8 to 1. A teaching assistant is present beyond the 8 to 1 ratio. Children must be toilet-trained before entering the program. Phonics, pre-reading, beginning math, storytime, physical activity, computers, science, social science, French, and art provide a stimulating program that enables children to develop cognitively in the areas of language/communication and numeracy. Science activities allow children to explore the world around them. French is introduced through play and songs, and children easily assimilate the new sounds and vocabulary of the French language. Our Grade 1-3 programs provide an ideal learning environment in which children’s intellectual potential is nurtured to develop informed, active, and compassionate lifelong learners. Children explore their community and the world around them and develop effective communication, strong reasoning, and abstract thinking skills. Our Language Arts program focuses on oral language skills, listening skills, phonics, word development, spelling, reading comprehension, written language, grammar, and creative writing. Students develop a solid grasp of the English language conventions and the ability to manipulate and use the language to be successful in all areas of learning. They gradually learn to develop and express their opinions and to utilize different and appropriate writing styles. Our Mathematics program covers five main areas: number sense and numeration measurement geometry and spatial sense patterning and algebra and data management and probability. It is designed to help students build on their solid foundation in mathematics, memorize necessary math facts, practice standard mathematical procedures and understand how to apply mathematical concepts in real situations. Our students develop solid problem-solving skills. In the Science program, we teach the importance of hypotheses and observation by doing hands-on science experiments. This multi-sensory approach allows students to master basic scientific knowledge and concepts and practice their skills of inquiry and seeking out information. Science seeks to describe and explain the natural world and our vision is to open the children’s eyes to this world and offer a Christian perspective. Our Social Studies program deals with world communities, landforms, politics, and history. The students master key social science concepts. A wide variety of teaching methods and learning activities are utilized to motivate and keep students engaged. We promote independent and cooperative learning. In French, a rich foundational vocabulary is learned excitingly and interactively through the use of conversations, poems, songs, and books. Students begin to write simple French sentences and answer comprehension questions. The curriculum aims to assist students to understand key grammatical concepts and to grow in their usage of the language. Computers, Physical Education, Art, and Music round out the students’ learning experience. In Grades 4-6, a comprehensive curriculum is followed that emphasizes strong academics, thinking skills, and practical applications. Classes are equipped with SMART Boards and students have regular access to the computer lab and can incorporate these technologies into their learning. In Language Arts, the focus is on oral communications, vocabulary development, reading comprehension, written language, grammar, and creative writing. Students learn how to independently plan, revise and edit their work and they participate in speech and writing competitions. Students are given group and individualized programs based on their strengths and abilities. Ongoing assessments ensure that key concepts and skills are grasped.
  16. We believe that today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. With a strong and deliberate focus on excellent academics, Meadow Green Academy offers a comprehensive blend of the best in traditional education and modern pedagogy, while using current technologies. The core curriculum at Meadow Green Academy prioritizes reading, writing, and mathematics, to develop a strong educational foundation. An emphasis on advanced learning in the areas of computers, sciences, and languages, challenges students to maximize their potential in the classroom and the world at large. Meadow Green Academy’s unwavering commitment to individual enrichment and accelerated programming is enhanced through small class sizes and ongoing, individual student assessments. Students enjoy a rich educational experience in a caring and nurturing environment, built on strong, Christian values. At Meadow Green Academy, we are motivated to cultivate courageous, principled individuals who will impact their world for good. Students are therefore encouraged to develop a global perspective and they are allowed to participate in various conferences and outreach programs. These experiences deepen the students’ understanding of their relationship and responsibility to others, around the world. We provide a challenging academic program, in an individualized, small class setting, to develop students as future leaders in their field. We are firmly committed to individualized learning through ongoing assessments and programming that addresses each student’s learning style. Mutual respect and inclusivity are emphasized to create a secure and nurturing environment, where each child is appreciated and recognized for who they are. We invite you to share in our education mission statement and obtain for your child, all the benefits our school provides in respect of education and personal growth. Our engaging and interactive Preschool program focuses on academics, skill-building, and play-based learning, using a variety of centers and Montessori materials. We provide a flexible schedule of full or half days to suit the individual needs of families. The Preschool program is offered at our Queensway Campus. At Meadow Green Preschool, we believe that a strong foundation in the early years is vital to continue life-long learning and development. We capitalize on the natural curiosity of preschool-age children to provide them with a rich educational experience in a caring and nurturing environment, built on strong Christian values. Meadow Green Preschool provides a balanced program of fun play, skill development, and academics. Realizing that the children are still young, they receive the nurturing and guidance of a loving, Christian teacher. Students are gently guided to join in and explore the social and academic aspects of school. A qualified teacher is dedicated to providing a nurturing, creative and comprehensive learning environment for students beginning at the age of 30 months, with a pupil/ teacher ratio of 8 to 1. A teaching assistant is present beyond the 8 to 1 ratio. Children must be toilet-trained before entering the program. Phonics, pre-reading, beginning math, storytime, physical activity, computers, science, social science, French, and art provide a stimulating program that enables children to develop cognitively in the areas of language/communication and numeracy. Science activities allow children to explore the world around them. French is introduced through play and songs, and children easily assimilate the new sounds and vocabulary of the French language. Our Grade 1-3 programs provide an ideal learning environment in which children’s intellectual potential is nurtured to develop informed, active, and compassionate lifelong learners. Children explore their community and the world around them and develop effective communication, strong reasoning, and abstract thinking skills. Our Language Arts program focuses on oral language skills, listening skills, phonics, word development, spelling, reading comprehension, written language, grammar, and creative writing. Students develop a solid grasp of the English language conventions and the ability to manipulate and use the language to be successful in all areas of learning. They gradually learn to develop and express their opinions and to utilize different and appropriate writing styles. Our Mathematics program covers five main areas: number sense and numeration measurement geometry and spatial sense patterning and algebra and data management and probability. It is designed to help students build on their solid foundation in mathematics, memorize necessary math facts, practice standard mathematical procedures and understand how to apply mathematical concepts in real situations. Our students develop solid problem-solving skills. In the Science program, we teach the importance of hypotheses and observation by doing hands-on science experiments. This multi-sensory approach allows students to master basic scientific knowledge and concepts and practice their skills of inquiry and seeking out information. Science seeks to describe and explain the natural world and our vision is to open the children’s eyes to this world and offer a Christian perspective. Our Social Studies program deals with world communities, landforms, politics, and history. The students master key social science concepts. A wide variety of teaching methods and learning activities are utilized to motivate and keep students engaged. We promote independent and cooperative learning. In French, a rich foundational vocabulary is learned excitingly and interactively through the use of conversations, poems, songs, and books. Students begin to write simple French sentences and answer comprehension questions. The curriculum aims to assist students to understand key grammatical concepts and to grow in their usage of the language. Computers, Physical Education, Art, and Music round out the students’ learning experience. In Grades 4-6, a comprehensive curriculum is followed that emphasizes strong academics, thinking skills, and practical applications. Classes are equipped with SMART Boards and students have regular access to the computer lab and can incorporate these technologies into their learning. In Language Arts, the focus is on oral communications, vocabulary development, reading comprehension, written language, grammar, and creative writing. Students learn how to independently plan, revise and edit their work and they participate in speech and writing competitions. Students are given group and individualized programs based on their strengths and abilities. Ongoing assessments ensure that key concepts and skills are grasped. View full school
  17. Our school is a one-form-entry school with an onsite Nursery, based in Waltham Forest and on the border of Redbridge. Surrounded by Epping Forest, the school retains a village school ethos, with a family atmosphere and character. It has a long history, with the reputation of being the oldest primary school in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. We have a special oak tree in the middle of our playground which is thought to be about 500 years old. Today, as in its earliest days, our school aims to enable every pupil to develop to their full potential, providing them with a quality education within a caring environment. We are proud of our pupils, school, and staff, supported by the Governing Board. But don’t take our word for it, please feel free to come and see for yourself. Our school is a place where everyone is valued and supported, where we all work hard to be the best that we can be, both as learners and as responsible citizens and members of society. Our School Values: Support each other and celebrate success Have respect and tolerance for ourselves and each other Be honest Be kind to others Have self-discipline Be responsible for yourself and your actions Are polite and considerate Work well in a team Work hard to do your best You must regularly talk to your children about how to keep safe when accessing the online world. Children must understand that internet use is underpinned by trust but at the same time, children should understand that there are consequences for misuse of this technology. All children at Woodford Green Primary have the opportunity to work with computers and digital equipment from age four to eleven. They are taught how to use ICT tools safely to find, explore, analyze and present information responsibly and creatively to advance their learning across the curriculum. While technology can help us communicate, do work, learn and have fun, it is also important to remember that technology can potentially be dangerous. We recognize the importance of educating children and young people in using these technologies safely. This is achieved by ensuring children within our school understand the benefits and risks of using this technology. We provide safeguards and awareness for users to enable them to control their online experiences.
  18. Wilkes Green Junior School is a larger than average-sized Primary School for boys and girls between seven and eleven years of age situated in the heart of Handsworth. Many pupils live beyond the immediate area served by the school. The school can admit up to 90 pupils into each year group. The school population of 360 reflects the varied ethnic backgrounds of the local families. Wilkes Green Junior School believes in the importance of providing a caring, stimulating, and structured environment, within which children are encouraged to develop relevant skills, concepts, and knowledge. Building upon the child’s existing cultural, social, and educational experience, the school seeks to ensure that each child has the opportunity to reach their full potential. The school seeks to develop in each child a sense of responsibility and self-discipline, an ability to co-operate with and relate to adults and other children, the ability to work independently and with self-motivation, a sense of positive self-esteem, physical skills, and a range of academic skills and knowledge. These elements should be relevant to the child’s existing needs as well as preparing him/her for future school experience and adult life. An important aspect of this is the ability to live and work successfully within a multi-cultural society and to value and contribute to the communities of which they are apart. Wilkes Green Junior school aims for our pupils to: Develop lively and enquiring minds. Question and debate rationally. Apply themselves diligently to tasks. Use language and numbers effectively. Understand the world in which they live. Experience success and achievement. Progress to the full extent of their ability. Be aware of equal opportunities for all and develop their talents irrespective of gender, religion, ethnic origin, or family circumstances. At Wilkes Green Junior School we are a caring community working together for quality and success in education for all our pupils. Our Core Values: We seek to develop in each child a sense of responsibility and self-discipline. We want our pupils to develop an ability to co-operate with and relate to adults and other children. We strive to develop in our pupils the ability to work independently and with self-motivation, engendering a sense of positive self-esteem. We encourage our pupils to constantly develop their physical skills and increase their range of academic skills and knowledge. We continually prepare our children for future school experiences and adult life. We endeavor to prepare our pupils to live and work successfully within a multi-cultural society and to value and contribute to the communities of which they are part. At the heart of every school is Teaching & Learning. The school works strenuously to maintain high standards to provide the very teaching and learning facilities for all our children. The school has a comprehensive ‘curriculum map’ tightly fitted to pupils’ different needs and in which different levels of planning are dovetailed very well. The curriculum is thoroughly evaluated so it is being constantly refined and improved. Physical education makes a very strong contribution to pupils’ healthy lifestyles. A very wide range of partners is used to enrich sporting and cultural opportunities. A fitness program is provided in conjunction with a local football club using both the school and the club’s premises. The curriculum is very sensitively attuned to pupils’ literacy and numeracy progress and needs so that resources, the organization of small group teaching, and other supports are very purposefully utilized. Lunchtime and after-school clubs are immensely popular and well supported and include a brass band and a tabla and sitar music group. Pupils benefit from highly memorable experiences that best support their learning, development, and well-being.’ The school’s Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator ensures that there are strategies in place which support the child and enable them to access the curriculum. At times external agencies such as Educational Psychology Service, Pupil, and School Support, Hearing and Visual Impairment Team, Communication and Autism Team, and Medical Specialists, will offer support following requests from the schools Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator. The school provides equal access to opportunities to all its pupils, including those with disabilities. There is access to all ground floor areas and the school reviews its accessibility plan regularly. Access to a toilet facility for wheelchair users is located in the Training Room.
  19. Welcome to West Green Primary School. Our friendly school is based in South Tottenham, Inner London. We are a happy and welcoming school where our children’s entitlement to succeed is at the heart of all that we do. Our children bring with them a wide range of personal experiences and many are new learners of English. Their hunger for learning is evident in all that they do they are bright, engaging, and fun children who are developing a true sense of their selves and are beginning to take responsibility for their futures. We know that to secure a bright future, our children must have excellent literacy and numeracy skills as well as being confident and considerate members of our community. We believe that all of our children should learn to read fluently and avidly, write confidently and effectively and work with numbers accurately and efficiently. Our children have daily lessons in Maths, English, and Reading, and other subjects are taught through topics where possible, for example, History, Geography, Science and Art. Other subjects such as ICT and RE and PE are taught discretely. We use the Read Write Inc Programme to develop our children’s phonic knowledge and to teach them how to decode, blend and segment. Children begin this program in Nursery and receive daily lessons in both the Early Years and Key Stage 1. Children are grouped according to reading ability and are assessed on a half-termly basis. Once our children have completed the phonics program they begin the Language and Literacy program which teaches all elements of the English Curriculum, including Spelling Punctuation, and Grammar. All children receive a daily hour-long lesson on this subject. An additional skills session takes place daily to provide our children with a further opportunity to develop their reading and writing skills. The needs of our various cohorts are taken into account when planning these sessions. Our children also take home appropriate reading books daily and we encourage parents and siblings to read together as often as possible. For children who are struggling to learn to read fluently, we offer a range of proven interventions. These interventions are monitored closely and progress is carefully tracked. We follow the new National Curriculum across Key Stages 1 and 2. This year we have introduced the Maths Mastery Programme in Reception and Year 1 and plan to roll this program into Year 2 as of September 2015. Maths Mastery aims to develop children’s deep understanding of mathematics. They explore mathematical concepts in depth using objects, conversation, and problem-solving to build confidence in their understanding of Maths. The 3 key elements of Maths Mastery sessions are objects and pictures, language development, and problem-solving. From Years 2 to 6, the teaching of mathematics includes using and applying mathematics, counting and understanding numbers, knowing and understanding number facts, calculating, understanding shape, measuring, and handling data. It is hoped that through practical experience and discussion each child will gain confidence and develop mathematical awareness at his or her level of understanding. At West Green Primary School we promote the British values of: Democracy Rule of Law Individual Liberty Respect and Tolerance
  20. Vicar’s Green Primary School is an outstanding school with a 52 place Nursery and two form schools up to and including Year 5 and one Year 6 class. Our 1930's original building has recently been completely refurbished and has had a modern extension providing us with dedicated music and art rooms and a second hall. We are fortunate to still have lots of green space with a MUGA, three playgrounds, an orchard, an outdoor classroom, and a growing area with raised vegetable plots. Our teaching staff, support staff, and governors work in partnership with parents and carers and the wider community to ensure the success of our pupils and provide a safe and happy environment where they can achieve their full potential. Our school motto written by our pupils is: Believe Achieve Succeed. We celebrate and learn about a different value each month. Our values are displayed on the Vicar's Green Values Tree on a display board in the school. Our values include Freedom, Respect, Responsibility, Team Work, Empathy, Perseverance, Equality, Tolerance, Honesty, Compassion, Courage, and Peace. By The Department for Education, we aim to actively promote British values in schools to ensure young people leave school prepared for life in modern Britain. Pupils are encouraged to regard people of all faiths, races, and cultures with respect and tolerance and understand that while different people may hold different views about what is ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, all people living in England are subject to its law. The Key Values are: Democracy Rule of law Individual liberty Mutual respect Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs Our newly formed Friends of Vicar's Green group is being led by Mrs. E Balodimou one of our Parent Governors. Everyone is automatically a member but if you want to join in with the small group of parents and carers who have joined together with Mrs. Balodimou to organize events for the children please contact the school. Our annual parent survey was sent out in December 2017 to all our parents and carers. The response was good, we received 167 completed questionnaires. From the whole school responses received we have been able to extract data showing the results specifically received from families who have children with special educational needs.
  21. Turves Green Girls’ School is a community that typifies the best in our society. Our pupils are keen, resilient learners, ambitious for themselves and the future of their area. They bring energy and creativity to all they do, and we are rightly proud of them. Our staff works as a team. We are driven by a sense that the young people we serve deserve the very best education we can provide. Our senior leaders and the Governing Board understand that our teachers and support staff are the key to unlocking our young people’s potential, and therefore we place the welfare and professional development of our staff as central. We are building our success outward from a very simple premise: everyone is important. As a small school, we value every individual. We nurture individual talents and structure support to meet individual needs. Our success, recognized by our recent OFSTED, is based on being a caring community. As a single-sex school, we can create an environment where excellence is applauded not mocked. In 2015, for example, saw our Year 11 Netball Team win not just the District championship but the County championships as well. Our exam results since 2010 have regularly scored amongst the best in South Birmingham. We are an outward-facing school. Partnerships with other schools, colleges, universities, charities, and businesses offer our young people opportunities to develop their academic interests, explore new experiences, and investigate career pathways. As a cooperative school, we are part of a cooperative school family which shares our values. It is our aim that Turves Green pupils, after five happy and challenging productive years with us, should leave our school as well-qualified young adults who have a broad outlook, concern, and respect for others, and self-confidence which will enable them to be successful in achieving their goals and fulfilling their ambitions and to play a valuable part in the future of their world. Our vision is to provide for our young people the very best teaching and a supportive environment where their talents are nurtured and insecurities overcome. We will support the young people of our community throughout their childhoods to build their aspirations and ensure their needs are met. We work to put our school at the heart of the community. By working together with other schools and agencies we have a greater capacity for success. Through our cooperative ethos, we pool our efforts, ideas, and enthusiasm to support our young people and their families in ways that would not be possible on our own. As educators, learners, parents, young people, and the wider community, we draw upon both our strength and the expertise of partner organizations. We work to give parents, pupils, staff, and the wider community a strong voice in the development of education and services in the area. The children in our area deserve the very best education and we will strive to deliver it. We are their champions. Together, we succeed. Aims: To enable our pupils to be strong and independent – able to form healthy and respectful relationships, able to safeguard themselves and each other from exploitation and violent extremism, and able to stand up for British and cooperative values. To secure the highest possible academic standards and levels of challenge for our pupils and to prepare our pupils for the constantly changing challenges of life and work after school. To provide a curriculum that is broad, balanced, and relevant to each pupil, providing a breadth of experiences and allowing pupils to discover their passions. To create a happy and positive learning environment, fostering mutual respect, consideration for others, and personal responsibility. To be committed to developing positive relationships with parents, promoting education as a partnership between home and school. To provide a school-based experience for all our pupils which promotes equality of opportunity and seeks to overcome barriers to their achievement. To prepare our pupils for life after school so they can access the best opportunities in further education and the world of work. We achieve this by working closely with colleges and employers in addition to providing excellent independent careers advice. To encourage our pupils to be creative, resilient, and independent learners. To establish effective working relationships with other professionals for the benefit of all. We work with partner schools, particularly Turves Green Boys’ School and Cofton Primary School to improve all of our schools. To promote Turves Green Girls’ School as part of the wider community, through the implementation of our cooperative values, specifically our commitment to democracy. To provide a safe and caring environment in which all pupils can make a positive contribution to their learning, school, and community. To provide the best possible environment and inspirational teaching by using current technology and new approaches in the classroom. Here at Turves Green Girls’ School, we pride ourselves on the high quality of teaching delivered by our staff and the fantastic opportunities this gives to all our pupils, whatever their ability. We aim to develop this love of learning by ensuring TGGS lessons are well matched to the needs of our pupils, engaging and challenging. We encourage our pupils to be brave and take a chance in their lessons, to try to be resilient if they make a mistake as this is what will help them make progress.
  22. We believe children learn best when they are enjoying themselves, and when what they study is targeted to their needs and interests. We build a new and creative curriculum designed around engaging topics. Our school ethos is around helping children to grow into successful, happy, and kind people. Individuals who feel part of society, understand their role in the world, and have attained the academic successes, social skills, and behavior to prepare them for life after Stroud Green - in secondary school and beyond. Building strong relationships with parents and families is also an important aspect of our work and ethos. The school sits at the very center of the community, offering the services to families that they need to support their busy lives. We have therefore opened a new nursery offering places to children from 1 to 4 years old. Stroud Green is a two-form entry primary school in Haringey North London. Our school aims to give you an insight into the school, as well as providing regularly updated information for the whole school community. At Stroud Green, we believe that children deserve - and thrive on - excitement in their learning. We have an engaging creative curriculum, where topics are based on the interests and experiences of our children. This is designed to encourage them to take ownership of what they study, to make it more engaging, and to inspire a life-long love of learning. School Motto: "Believe & Achieve". Stroud Green Primary School, part of a richly diverse community, is a place where all children flourish in a safe, happy, and stimulating environment. We are keen to support our children in many aspects of their life to become confident and resilient young people. We want our children to: Develop academically, creatively, physically, socially, and emotionally. Enjoy a broad, balanced, and enriching curriculum. Strive for high levels of educational achievement. Know that achievements are recognized and celebrated. We underpin this with an environment where: Personal responsibility, self-esteem, and concern for others is developed Cultural, social, religious, and other diversities within our community are recognized, valued, and celebrated Children feel secure, know what is expected of them, and understand that they will be supported in meeting life’s challenges Statement of Equality: Everyone has rights and responsibilities. Everyone has equal value to “ourselves”. Everyone in school is valued and treated fairly. We respect each other's cultures, languages, ethnicity, appearance, age family, intellectual ability and aptitude, talents, and religious beliefs. We will not tolerate anyone who disregards these values through sexism, racism, or bullying in any way. Stroud Green is proud to be an inclusive school. We are committed to achieving the best for all students. Inclusive education means removing barriers to learning and giving children the best start in their lifelong learning. We believe it is good for all children to be educated together. At Stroud Green Primary School we believe wholeheartedly in a broad, balanced, and creative curriculum. We know that children learn best when they are happy and engaged in their learning. We have a topic-based curriculum and children learn everything through a topic that changes half termly. Once a year we have child-initiated topics. At Stroud Green Primary Early Years Foundation Stage is the term used for the education of children in our Reception Classes. Technically 'Early Years Foundation Stage' encompasses Nursery and other ‘pre-school’ placements and is completed at the end of the year in Reception when children move into Key Stage 1 or Infants. (This comprises Years 1&2, whilst Key Stage 2 covers Years 3-6). At Stroud Green, our first aim is to settle the children happily into the school, as happy children are ready learners. To this end, the early days in Reception will largely mirror pre-school provision and children will move gradually towards more formal work over the year. Well-planned play is a key way in which young children learn with enjoyment and challenge. Through play, children explore and investigate learning experiences that help them make sense of the world, without fear of failure. However, there will be many children who are ready to work in a more structured way as the year progresses. We aim to challenge all the children and provide them with a range of opportunities and teaching strategies to extend their learning.
  23. At Strand on the Green Infant and Nursery School, we offer an active and exciting curriculum for 3-7 year age range where children learn through a balance of child-centered play and teacher-led sessions, setting them up to be independent and successful learners in our linked Junior School and beyond. Our inspirational and talented teaching team provides an environment that nurtures a love of learning, inquiry, creativity, teamwork, and unity. Every child is encouraged to achieve the highest standards possible, in an atmosphere where all success, great or small, is properly celebrated. Progress for all children in basic skills is excellent, no matter their starting points and we are proud of our academic standards. We recognize the importance of developing young children's spoken language and understanding and this is reflected in our emphasis on active learning through play in the Early Years. Our Swan Centre provides specialist teaching and a structured environment for children with Autism who are also able to successfully access sessions in the mainstream school with support. Our curriculum is truly broad and balanced, with a strong emphasis on supporting children to be happy, healthy, and motivated, able to work collaboratively with others, and rise confidently to challenges in life. We offer a range of sports activities including PE taught by specialist staff and the daily mile run by KS1 children most days. Music and creativity are promoted through a themed curriculum approach and families can also opt for paid individual instrument tuition if they wish. We are uniquely situated, tucked away in Strand on the Green, within a stone’s throw of the River Thames in Chiswick. We utilize that locality to the full, with regular educational visits out of school. We work hard on providing high-quality learning environments inside and outside including two lovely Early Years outdoor learning areas, a ‘field' and a Forest School area. At Strand on the Green Infant & Nursery School, our aim is for each child to achieve his/ her full potential, academically, socially, physically, creatively, and spiritually. This will be achieved through a partnership with staff, pupils, parents, governors, and the wider community. Our curriculum takes into account that each pupil is an individual with a mixture of talents and needs. Through our curriculum, we aim to nurture and develop this potential for each individual. Our school affords high priority to numeracy, literacy, and the ability of pupils to express themselves fluently and confidently. In all subject areas, recognition is given to the importance of first-hand experience and practical tasks in the acquisition and application of knowledge and skills. As a school, we are not committed to anyone's approach to teaching and learning but to using a range of techniques to achieve our mission. Our children are active learners and everyone is challenged or supported to engage with the curriculum. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum but have tailored this to suit the children living in our community and to reflect our local environment. For example, visiting local places of worship and learning through outings to the Gunnersbury Museum and Kew Gardens. These visits are all integral to our curriculum. Some of our visits such as the Science Museum, The National Gallery and West Wittering are further afield. Teachers make learning relevant and exciting, for example, there is always a purpose given to Writing. Outdoor learning is valued as much as indoor learning Nursery and Reception work in outdoor learning areas and all children have the opportunity to learn through a ‘Forest Schools Programme’ and learn social and physical skills at playtime and lunchtimes. By making sure lessons are fun and engaging, we aim to foster a 'love of learning so that children approach their tasks with enthusiasm and confidence. Teachers' expectations of what each child is capable of achieving are very high and learning is structured, relevant, and stimulating to meet the needs of each child. At the same time, pupils are encouraged to set their high standards and to learn to appreciate success. Children are encouraged to be independent and are offered a variety of child-initiated learning as well as teacher-directed tasks. We are proud of the outstanding behavior demonstrated by the children at Strand Infants. We believe in the provision of a high-quality curriculum, with exciting and engaging activities combined with high expectations for learning and behavior at all times. We encourage all adults and children to use positive language and manners, demonstrating respect and trusting relationships. Our Behaviour Policy is followed calmly, positively, and consistently by all staff. Parents and carers work in partnership with the school, celebrating the good news about behavior and working through any challenges together.
  24. Stepney Green Maths, Computing & Science College is a boys’ comprehensive school and one of the top schools in the Borough. We are heavily over-subscribed with long waiting lists. The majority of families are from Bangladesh and therefore most of the students are members of the Muslim faith. We have a small but increasing number of students from other communities. The school is located in the East End of London, close to Canary Wharf and docklands, in an area of social and economic disadvantage but also exciting new opportunities. It is close to residential riverside developments and no more than a mile from the City of London. At Stepney Green Maths, Computing & Science College our vision is to ensure that all our students have the opportunity to gain the qualifications and skills required for them to take their rightful place in a global community. To us, every child matters and we work together with our families to realize our students’ dreams and aspirations. At Stepney Green there is a real drive for academic excellence, coupled with an approach to develop the whole person, making learning enjoyable and exciting. In 2011, Ofsted judged the school as “Outstanding”, and these included teaching and learning, leadership and management, and parents/community links. DCSF has identified the school as a ‘High Performing Specialist School’ and the borough has reclassified the school as Outstanding. We have also gained a second specialism, which is in Science. Our sporting accomplishments are outstanding, our parents are extremely supportive and our staffs are committed to improving their practice. The Governing Body is fully supportive and keen to see Stepney Green realize its potential as a center of excellence for learning and achievement. The school benefits from a variety of funding including Excellence in Cities, National Grid for Learning, Behaviour Improvement Plan, and is part of the Building Schools for the Future program. Stepney Green Maths, Computing & Science College is a vibrant and exciting place to teach, with staff who are extremely supportive of each other. We are very pleased with the improvements we have made but we are also determined to make further progress in the future. We are committed to the idea of continuous school improvement, providing all staff (particularly those new to the school) with excellent training and support, and building a learning community for all. The mission of Stepney Green Maths, Computing and Science College is to develop, motivate, and inspire our pupils, enabling them to succeed in life. Our vision is for all individuals at Stepney Green Maths & Computing College to be successful learners, who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve. Together we aspire to become creative, confident people who can live safe, healthy, and fulfilling lives, thus ensuring we are all responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society. We are committed to providing an appropriate and high-quality education for all our students. We believe that all children and young people - including those identified with special educational needs and disabilities - have a common entitlement to be fully included in aspects of school life and must have access to a broad and balanced academic and social curriculum. Part of our mission is to ensure all our students make good academic progress, and “become creative, confident people who can live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives”. To this end, our objective is to ensure a wide range of extended school provisions to meet the needs of our school and the wider community. We work with the gradually expanding “Stepney Partnership” to bring together children, families, and staff across the partnership schools of primary and secondary to share fun activities, new experiences, understanding of each other, and expertise. All our students are included on our school trips and we often target different groups to ensure all have the chance to experience new adventures and a different way of learning. We make adjustments to accommodate those with additional needs and ensure all feel welcome and comfortable joining in. Rigorous assessments are made to ensure student's needs are met, safety is of the highest standard, any risk factors are minimal, and thorough evaluations help to inform future planning.
  25. Rushey Green Nursery and Primary School, located in Catford within the London Borough of Lewisham. We are a 3 form entry Primary School from reception to year 6, with a successful nursery comprising a further 100 children. We also have an outstanding Centre for the Deaf which accommodates 12 pupils with hearing impairment from both inside and outside of the borough. Our school roll (Published Admission Number) is currently 570, rising to 600 in September. Primary schools in Lewisham are among the top-performing schools in the country, and last year, children leaving primary schools in Lewisham achieved the fourth-best results in the country. Our building was recently extended and comprises innovative designs with state-of-the-art facilities. Several Saxon remains were found during these works which are stored at the Horniman Museum. We believe that children get the most from their education when there’s a strong partnership between home and school, and we hope that you will work with us to make sure that your child gets the most from being at Rushey Green. We aim to work in partnership with parents to provide an education of the highest quality, which celebrates everyone’s success is a happy, caring, creative environment where all our differences are valued. We will do this by helping pupils develop: A sense of their worth, self-confidence, self-respect, and self-reliance A sense of responsibility for thoughts and actions leading to self-control Enthusiasm for work so that each has high expectations and gives of his/her best An inquiring mind, to question and debate rationally Skills and practical abilities for our changing world in work and play Anesthetic appreciation of the world A lively imagination Adaptability and flexibility A sense of physical well being Towards others Reasoned respect and tolerance of other people’s values and beliefs An appreciation of the aspirations and achievements of others A sensitivity for the feelings of others The ability to work co-operatively Respect and responsibility for their environment and an awareness of the fragility of all environments
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