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  1. The rich history of the Royal Bafokeng Nation can be traced back to 1140 and is characterized by a spirit of independence, adaptability, and foresight. Under the insightful leadership of Kgosi Mokgatle, who reigned from 1834 to 1891, the men of the Bafokeng left Phokeng to raise money by working on the diamond mines in Kimberley. As black South Africans could not own property at that time, the Bafokeng Nation pooled its money and bought land with the help of Lutheran missionaries, who fronted the purchases and then held it in trust for the community. In the 1920s, platinum deposits were discovered on Bafokeng land, which led to a wave of encroachment over the years by mining companies. With the arrival of democracy in 1994, the Bafokeng, under Kgosi Edward Lebone Molotlegi (Lebone I), was for the first time able to legally control their territory, negotiate a mutually beneficial agreement with mining companies, and gain a stake in the mines and earning rights from their land’s use. It is with the profits from these rights that the Nation is now able to invest in civil and infrastructure programs to uplift its community. Visionary leadership has led to the Bafokeng Nation’s prosperity – a tradition that is carried through to its investment in projects such as Lebone II – College of the Royal Bafokeng. The school was established as the vision of Kgosi Lebone II (1995-2000), who founded a world-class education facility in Phokeng. This vision has been further supported and nurtured by Kgosi Leruo Tshekedi Molotlegi (2000-present). Under Kgosi Leruo, the school moved to its new world-class campus in 2012, and he remains unwavering in his support of the school and the development of excellent educational opportunities and facilities for the Nation. Lebone II is an African school with a royal heritage, grounded in Setswana culture and shaped by a consciousness of our African context. It is in this spirit that we celebrate difference, and are proud of a student and staff body that is truly diverse. What makes us unique is our Royal Bafokeng heritage, our service to the community, and our approach to education. Lebone II aims to provide the inspiration, education, and opportunities that positively influence the Royal Bafokeng Nation and the world. Our learning environment is dynamic, innovative, and creative. We equip our students with the skills, tools, and mindfulness necessary for them to complete their academic careers and make a positive contribution to their communities, South Africa, and the rest of the world. At Lebone II, every child is seen and taken care of. We focus on all aspects of our students’ well-being, combining academic excellence with a comprehensive cultural and sporting program, as well as pastoral care. Our excellent teaching and boarding facilities further enhance this, and the school allows children to learn, live and grow in an uplifting environment. Lebone II is a research-driven school where high-quality learning programs are developed in line with international best practices. Ours is a school that encourages curiosity and experimentation while following the example of some of the best educational institutions around the world. We are focused on achieving excellence and our alumni have a strong track record of success. Lebone II’s staff members are an exceptional group of experienced education specialists dedicated to improving education in our school, community, and country. Our school was built to foster a sense of community. We designed the school to take on the shape of a village, where departments are defined as neighborhoods and the space between is communal and social. We believe that everyone at Lebone II belongs with us and can be uplifted by us, and we welcome them compassionately. Our values shape the purpose and reality of our school. We not only communicate with them – we live and teach them. In addition to equipping our students with skills that will provide them with a solid academic foundation, we teach them our values to foster a sense of belonging at Lebone II, where they support and have respect for one another and the broader school community. Our values are important to us and are an illustration of what we as a school stand for and believe in. We bring our school values to life through the #livingourvalues campaign, where we explore what each value stands for, and encourage students and teachers to practice these values and live out their meaning. Each year our Grade 4 students explore the question “What influence do leaders have in communities and how does it impact your life?” Their exploration includes their consideration of what we can learn from our leaders and the identification of good leadership traits. At the same time, they explore the history of the Royal Bafokeng Nation, where they are tasked to collect and research objects and materials of cultural, religious, and historical importance for the Nation. The students display all their findings at their wonderful ‘Bafokeng Museum’, where they take turns to present their findings and insights to visiting staff and students. View full school
  2. The rich history of the Royal Bafokeng Nation can be traced back to 1140 and is characterized by a spirit of independence, adaptability, and foresight. Under the insightful leadership of Kgosi Mokgatle, who reigned from 1834 to 1891, the men of the Bafokeng left Phokeng to raise money by working on the diamond mines in Kimberley. As black South Africans could not own property at that time, the Bafokeng Nation pooled its money and bought land with the help of Lutheran missionaries, who fronted the purchases and then held it in trust for the community. In the 1920s, platinum deposits were discovered on Bafokeng land, which led to a wave of encroachment over the years by mining companies. With the arrival of democracy in 1994, the Bafokeng, under Kgosi Edward Lebone Molotlegi (Lebone I), was for the first time able to legally control their territory, negotiate a mutually beneficial agreement with mining companies, and gain a stake in the mines and earning rights from their land’s use. It is with the profits from these rights that the Nation is now able to invest in civil and infrastructure programs to uplift its community. Visionary leadership has led to the Bafokeng Nation’s prosperity – a tradition that is carried through to its investment in projects such as Lebone II – College of the Royal Bafokeng. The school was established as the vision of Kgosi Lebone II (1995-2000), who founded a world-class education facility in Phokeng. This vision has been further supported and nurtured by Kgosi Leruo Tshekedi Molotlegi (2000-present). Under Kgosi Leruo, the school moved to its new world-class campus in 2012, and he remains unwavering in his support of the school and the development of excellent educational opportunities and facilities for the Nation. Lebone II is an African school with a royal heritage, grounded in Setswana culture and shaped by a consciousness of our African context. It is in this spirit that we celebrate difference, and are proud of a student and staff body that is truly diverse. What makes us unique is our Royal Bafokeng heritage, our service to the community, and our approach to education. Lebone II aims to provide the inspiration, education, and opportunities that positively influence the Royal Bafokeng Nation and the world. Our learning environment is dynamic, innovative, and creative. We equip our students with the skills, tools, and mindfulness necessary for them to complete their academic careers and make a positive contribution to their communities, South Africa, and the rest of the world. At Lebone II, every child is seen and taken care of. We focus on all aspects of our students’ well-being, combining academic excellence with a comprehensive cultural and sporting program, as well as pastoral care. Our excellent teaching and boarding facilities further enhance this, and the school allows children to learn, live and grow in an uplifting environment. Lebone II is a research-driven school where high-quality learning programs are developed in line with international best practices. Ours is a school that encourages curiosity and experimentation while following the example of some of the best educational institutions around the world. We are focused on achieving excellence and our alumni have a strong track record of success. Lebone II’s staff members are an exceptional group of experienced education specialists dedicated to improving education in our school, community, and country. Our school was built to foster a sense of community. We designed the school to take on the shape of a village, where departments are defined as neighborhoods and the space between is communal and social. We believe that everyone at Lebone II belongs with us and can be uplifted by us, and we welcome them compassionately. Our values shape the purpose and reality of our school. We not only communicate with them – we live and teach them. In addition to equipping our students with skills that will provide them with a solid academic foundation, we teach them our values to foster a sense of belonging at Lebone II, where they support and have respect for one another and the broader school community. Our values are important to us and are an illustration of what we as a school stand for and believe in. We bring our school values to life through the #livingourvalues campaign, where we explore what each value stands for, and encourage students and teachers to practice these values and live out their meaning. Each year our Grade 4 students explore the question “What influence do leaders have in communities and how does it impact your life?” Their exploration includes their consideration of what we can learn from our leaders and the identification of good leadership traits. At the same time, they explore the history of the Royal Bafokeng Nation, where they are tasked to collect and research objects and materials of cultural, religious, and historical importance for the Nation. The students display all their findings at their wonderful ‘Bafokeng Museum’, where they take turns to present their findings and insights to visiting staff and students.
  3. The Royal Grammar School, Guildford in Qatar (RGS) is an independent, British curriculum school for boys and girls, located in the quiet, convenient area of Um Salal Mohammed, close to IKEA and the new Festival City and enjoying close and convenient transport links to Qatar’s main areas, including The Pearl, Madinat Khalifa, Gharaffa, West Bay and surrounding areas. Whilst still relatively new to Doha (we opened in September 2016), our school is part of the prestigious Royal Grammar School, Guildford, and Lanesborough Preparatory School, located in Surrey, UK. We are proud to bring over 500 years of academic excellence to Qatar. We provide an outstanding British curriculum education based upon traditional values of decency and respect, supported by exceptional pastoral care and a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities. Our facilities are first class and our plans for the future are ambitious, which will see pupils aged 3 to 18 receive an RGS education in Qatar. The Royal Grammar School, Guildford in Qatar, an exceptional British School delivering a bespoke British curriculum to boys and girls. Whilst we are a young school in Doha we are a school steeped in the traditions of excellence, which has seen our home school, the Royal Grammar School, Guildford deliver an outstanding education to hundreds of young people over the past 500 years. As part of the RGS Guildford family, our ethos maintains that a school must provide a superior, all-round education that prepares a child for the challenges of their life ahead. We strive to create an environment where our pupils will be happy learners, develop self-confidence, thrive academically, and make the most of opportunities that may arise. We celebrate the diversity of the whole community and are driven by the ethics of inclusion and equal opportunity for all. Our principal aim is for all our pupils to leave the RGS as confident young adults, well equipped with the necessary skills to succeed in whatever career path they choose to follow. Whilst excellent academics are important, our primary concern for your children is their happiness and well-being. At The RGS Guildford in Qatar, we believe that happy children are better learners and the pastoral care of all the children is of the utmost importance. Our British qualified teachers are passionate about the development of the pupils and understand that for a child to learn, they must feel safe, respected, and valued by the staff and by their peers. As such, our classrooms are joyful places where children learn traditional values of manners, respect, and tolerance. To help our pupils develop within the all-around education of which the RGS Guildford is so proud, we offer a British curriculum, tailored to the needs of our pupils, which is delivered in English. Whilst, in addition, we fully support the Islamic, Arabic, and Qatari History curriculums specified by the Ministry of Education. To achieve the standards of academic excellence that the RGS Guildford schools are renowned for, we place the development of our pupils’ ability to learn as one of our highest priorities. We are a school that understands and can teach the art of learning we are a school that recognizes that learning may not come easily and we are a school that celebrates the pupils who have risen to that challenge. Our comprehensive extra-curricular program includes music, sport, and the creative arts: such activities enable our pupils to explore their imaginations and expand their horizons, ensuring a positive development of the child. As a result, we believe that your child’s experience of life at The RGS Guildford in Qatar will be rich in opportunity and challenge. “Our philosophy is simple – ensuring our children are happy ensures excellent learning takes place that is what we do throughout all of our RGS family of schools”. Our vision is to be a community that is internationally recognized for the quality of learning, where our pupils can excel and develop into caring and confident individuals who are well prepared for the challenges ahead. Our values are that: Everyone involved with the School embraces the challenge of learning. We have high expectations of all who are involved with the education of our students. Children should be happy at school and that happy children are better learners. An RGS Guildford in Qatar education should prepare students for life beyond school and all of its challenges. Service to the community should be a part of every student’s school life. Everyone in the School should be confident in expressing their opinions and respectful of others in turn. Every child participates in a broad and varied range of opportunities. The historic traditions of The Royal Grammar School, Guildford should inform and inspire the School. Daily life at our school is based upon fostering a love of learning and encouraging all of our children to be curious, tenacious, independent, and above all else, happy, lifelong learners. Building upon the success of RGS Guildford in the UK, we ensure that all of our pupils in Qatar acquire the sixteen RGS Learning Habits, which are taught through our very own RGS Super Squad characters. Even our youngest children enjoy learning from the RGS Superheroes and strive to emulate their values and characteristics in their learning behaviors. These habits include the ability to learn with creativity, to work effectively with others, to be reflective, and to take responsibility for their learning and organization. The acquisition of these Learning Habits not only helps RGS pupils achieve the outstanding academic progress for which the School is renowned but also prepares them well for the challenges they will face beyond life at the RGS. They will have the know-how, the ability, social skills, and confidence to achieve their ambitions.
  4. The Royal Grammar School, Guildford in Qatar (RGS) is an independent, British curriculum school for boys and girls, located in the quiet, convenient area of Um Salal Mohammed, close to IKEA and the new Festival City and enjoying close and convenient transport links to Qatar’s main areas, including The Pearl, Madinat Khalifa, Gharaffa, West Bay and surrounding areas. Whilst still relatively new to Doha (we opened in September 2016), our school is part of the prestigious Royal Grammar School, Guildford, and Lanesborough Preparatory School, located in Surrey, UK. We are proud to bring over 500 years of academic excellence to Qatar. We provide an outstanding British curriculum education based upon traditional values of decency and respect, supported by exceptional pastoral care and a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities. Our facilities are first class and our plans for the future are ambitious, which will see pupils aged 3 to 18 receive an RGS education in Qatar. The Royal Grammar School, Guildford in Qatar, an exceptional British School delivering a bespoke British curriculum to boys and girls. Whilst we are a young school in Doha we are a school steeped in the traditions of excellence, which has seen our home school, the Royal Grammar School, Guildford deliver an outstanding education to hundreds of young people over the past 500 years. As part of the RGS Guildford family, our ethos maintains that a school must provide a superior, all-round education that prepares a child for the challenges of their life ahead. We strive to create an environment where our pupils will be happy learners, develop self-confidence, thrive academically, and make the most of opportunities that may arise. We celebrate the diversity of the whole community and are driven by the ethics of inclusion and equal opportunity for all. Our principal aim is for all our pupils to leave the RGS as confident young adults, well equipped with the necessary skills to succeed in whatever career path they choose to follow. Whilst excellent academics are important, our primary concern for your children is their happiness and well-being. At The RGS Guildford in Qatar, we believe that happy children are better learners and the pastoral care of all the children is of the utmost importance. Our British qualified teachers are passionate about the development of the pupils and understand that for a child to learn, they must feel safe, respected, and valued by the staff and by their peers. As such, our classrooms are joyful places where children learn traditional values of manners, respect, and tolerance. To help our pupils develop within the all-around education of which the RGS Guildford is so proud, we offer a British curriculum, tailored to the needs of our pupils, which is delivered in English. Whilst, in addition, we fully support the Islamic, Arabic, and Qatari History curriculums specified by the Ministry of Education. To achieve the standards of academic excellence that the RGS Guildford schools are renowned for, we place the development of our pupils’ ability to learn as one of our highest priorities. We are a school that understands and can teach the art of learning we are a school that recognizes that learning may not come easily and we are a school that celebrates the pupils who have risen to that challenge. Our comprehensive extra-curricular program includes music, sport, and the creative arts: such activities enable our pupils to explore their imaginations and expand their horizons, ensuring a positive development of the child. As a result, we believe that your child’s experience of life at The RGS Guildford in Qatar will be rich in opportunity and challenge. “Our philosophy is simple – ensuring our children are happy ensures excellent learning takes place that is what we do throughout all of our RGS family of schools”. Our vision is to be a community that is internationally recognized for the quality of learning, where our pupils can excel and develop into caring and confident individuals who are well prepared for the challenges ahead. Our values are that: Everyone involved with the School embraces the challenge of learning. We have high expectations of all who are involved with the education of our students. Children should be happy at school and that happy children are better learners. An RGS Guildford in Qatar education should prepare students for life beyond school and all of its challenges. Service to the community should be a part of every student’s school life. Everyone in the School should be confident in expressing their opinions and respectful of others in turn. Every child participates in a broad and varied range of opportunities. The historic traditions of The Royal Grammar School, Guildford should inform and inspire the School. Daily life at our school is based upon fostering a love of learning and encouraging all of our children to be curious, tenacious, independent, and above all else, happy, lifelong learners. Building upon the success of RGS Guildford in the UK, we ensure that all of our pupils in Qatar acquire the sixteen RGS Learning Habits, which are taught through our very own RGS Super Squad characters. Even our youngest children enjoy learning from the RGS Superheroes and strive to emulate their values and characteristics in their learning behaviors. These habits include the ability to learn with creativity, to work effectively with others, to be reflective, and to take responsibility for their learning and organization. The acquisition of these Learning Habits not only helps RGS pupils achieve the outstanding academic progress for which the School is renowned but also prepares them well for the challenges they will face beyond life at the RGS. They will have the know-how, the ability, social skills, and confidence to achieve their ambitions. View full school
  5. We aim to provide academic excellence by implementing a challenging, broad, balanced, and differentiated curriculum. We encourage pupils to enjoy the adventure of learning and provide them with opportunities to develop a range of skills and knowledge. These will help them to achieve their maximum potential and prepare them academically and socially for the next stage of their education. We seek to establish positive attitudes, self-confidence, good behavior, and personal integrity. Our curriculum is perfectly attuned to the needs of children in Primary School (3 to 11 years of age), based on the English National Curriculum. The Class Teacher is responsible for English, Mathematics, Science, Design Technology, History, and Geography. Art and Design, Computing, Drama, Music, Physical Education, French, Arabic, and Learning Support are taught by specialist staff. We have a purpose-built school with spacious, beautifully landscaped grassed areas. Within the main school building, there are large, well-equipped classrooms and specialist teaching rooms for Art, Music, Drama, Home Economics, French, Arabic, and a modern computer suite where all children receive tuition. The Pre-school and Reception classes are in their block with indoor and outdoor play areas. The classrooms are very spacious and bright with lots of room for formal and informal learning. There is an Infants Library on the ground floor and a Juniors Library on the first floor. The libraries have a wide variety of books, with both fiction and non-fiction titles, and are under the supervision of a qualified Librarian. The Juniors Library also has computers for class research work. We have a large Multi-Purpose Hall which is used for PE lessons, indoor games, and after-school activities. Outside the children enjoy swimming lessons in the 6-lane, temperature-controlled, 25m covered competition pool or the smaller training pool. During break times the children can stay under the shaded play area or use the adventure playground, basketball courts, or the large Astro-turf pitch which is also used for athletics, football, and PE lessons in the cooler months.
  6. We aim to provide academic excellence by implementing a challenging, broad, balanced, and differentiated curriculum. We encourage pupils to enjoy the adventure of learning and provide them with opportunities to develop a range of skills and knowledge. These will help them to achieve their maximum potential and prepare them academically and socially for the next stage of their education. We seek to establish positive attitudes, self-confidence, good behavior, and personal integrity. Our curriculum is perfectly attuned to the needs of children in Primary School (3 to 11 years of age), based on the English National Curriculum. The Class Teacher is responsible for English, Mathematics, Science, Design Technology, History, and Geography. Art and Design, Computing, Drama, Music, Physical Education, French, Arabic, and Learning Support are taught by specialist staff. We have a purpose-built school with spacious, beautifully landscaped grassed areas. Within the main school building, there are large, well-equipped classrooms and specialist teaching rooms for Art, Music, Drama, Home Economics, French, Arabic, and a modern computer suite where all children receive tuition. The Pre-school and Reception classes are in their block with indoor and outdoor play areas. The classrooms are very spacious and bright with lots of room for formal and informal learning. There is an Infants Library on the ground floor and a Juniors Library on the first floor. The libraries have a wide variety of books, with both fiction and non-fiction titles, and are under the supervision of a qualified Librarian. The Juniors Library also has computers for class research work. We have a large Multi-Purpose Hall which is used for PE lessons, indoor games, and after-school activities. Outside the children enjoy swimming lessons in the 6-lane, temperature-controlled, 25m covered competition pool or the smaller training pool. During break times the children can stay under the shaded play area or use the adventure playground, basketball courts, or the large Astro-turf pitch which is also used for athletics, football, and PE lessons in the cooler months. View full school
  7. The Royal School is wholly committed to whole person education. Pupils acquire confidence by being encouraged into new experiences outside their comfort zone. Increased self-esteem accrues from successful participation in such activities. In light of this, as many extra-curricular activities as possible are offered by the staff at the school. The Royal School Armagh aims to provide its pupils with an education which in its wholeness will enable them to achieve their full potential in academic, social, moral and spiritual terms. The values of the School, both implicitly and explicitly, reflect and ar The Royal School is wholly committed to whole-person education. Pupils acquire confidence by being encouraged into new experiences outside their comfort zone. Increased self-esteem accrues from successful participation in such activities. In light of this, as many extra-curricular activities as possible are offered by the staff at the school. The Royal School Armagh aims to provide its pupils with an education which in its wholeness will enable them to achieve their full potential in academic, social, moral, and spiritual terms. The values of the School, both implicitly and explicitly, reflect and are informed by the reformed tradition of the Christian faith. The School warmly welcomes the presence of pupils and staff of other Christian traditions, other world faiths, and those with no religious convictions. The Royal School, Armagh was founded in 1608 by James I. It has been regarded since then as one of the leading schools in Ireland and a school which achieves considerable academic success. The school is co-educational with modern facilities. The school welcomes children of all faiths and offers an excellent caring and learning environment of over 700 pupils from the ages of 5 to 18 with accommodation for 90 boarders including a new dedicated sixth form boarding facility which provides an effective transitional step between school and university. All pupils study for GCSE examinations and the vast majority continue to study for A-Levels and then progress to universities and colleges throughout the United Kingdom. Situated on 27 acres of grounds, it is close to the center of Armagh – an ancient city that is widely renowned for its cultural, sporting, and educational activities. Features of the city include two Cathedrals, a Planetarium, an Astropark, attractive open spaces, excellent leisure facilities, and fine Georgian buildings. Armagh is about 45 minutes from the Belfast airports and 1 hour and 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. Courses are offered in 24 GCSE subjects and 25 A-Level subjects. Facilities include science and technology laboratories/workshops, six computer suites, a lecture theatre, a study hall, a sixth form center, and a library. Every classroom has several networked PCs and most rooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards. School teams regularly participate in inter-school competitions and to a high level. Sports facilities include playing fields for hockey, rugby, and cricket, tennis courts, a running track, a squash court, a fitness room, and a sports hall. There is a very wide range of non-sporting, extra-curricular facilities, and school tours are regularly organized for visits throughout Europe. Music is a particular strength of the School. Welcome to the Royal School, Armagh. The school’s original foundation in 1608 was “For the increase of learning and good manners”. This twin objective of promoting knowledge and building sound character remains today. Whilst each year our pupils achieve the highest levels of academic success in public examinations, we believe that a good education is about more than just gaining qualifications. A good education is about one’s character and the endeavor to be a positive influence on others. The willingness and ability to learn, to lead, to serve, and to build strong relationships are what enable a life to be well-lived. We believe that by developing a strong work ethic and holding a growth mindset our pupils will go on to flourish academically, morally, and socially. The school’s ethos is its characteristic spirit or culture and it is based upon Christian values, promoting and maintaining high standards of personal conduct, striving for the best possible individual achievement, caring for each other, and getting involved in school life. This is a school where tradition and progress go hand in hand, traditional values of hard work, good manners, and respect for self and others combine with forward-thinking learning and teaching practices to ensure our young people are equipped to succeed in the modern world. Pupils joining the school encounter consistent rules, role models, and traditions which help them quickly feel part of the Royal School community, take responsibility for themselves and each other, and make a positive contribution to school life. We work hard to ensure an effective pastoral system operates which, at its core, values each pupil for their uniqueness. We are influenced by the work of the German educationalist Kurt Han whose philosophy is centered on the conviction that schools should be infused with the ideals of: Democracy Service Environmentalism Leadership Adventure Internationalism Throughout this website and by following the school’s activities on Facebook or Twitter, we believe you will see these ideas in practice. For over four centuries the Royal School, Armagh has served as one of Ireland’s premier schools. Today it flourishes as a vibrant school community for pupils aged from 3 to 19. Pupils are drawn from in and around County Armagh and also much further afield through our large international boarding department which is a valued and integral part of the school. The Royal School has a membership of the prestigious Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC). This is an association that represents the Heads of the top 250 schools in the UK. Membership is accepted as a mark of excellence in education and is an indication of the high academic standards and commitment to whole-person education in the school. Having visited the website, you are welcome to visit the school please feel at liberty to make an appointment to see our facilities for yourself. e informed by the reformed tradition of the Christian faith. The School warmly welcomes the presence of pupils and staff of other Christian traditions, other world faiths and those with no religious convictions. The Royal School , Armagh was founded in 1608 by James I. It has been regarded since then as one of the leading schools in Ireland and a school which achieves considerable academic success. The school is co-educational with modern facilities. The school welcomes children of all faiths and offers an excellent caring and learning environment of over 700 pupils from the ages of 5 to 18 with accommodation for 90 boarders including a new dedicated sixth form boarding facility which provides an effective transitional step between school and university. All pupils study for GCSE examinations and the vast majority continue to study for A-Levels and then progress to universities and colleges throughout the United Kingdom. Situated in 27 acres of grounds, it is close to the centre of Armagh – an ancient city which is widely renowned for its cultural, sporting and educational activities. Features of the city include two Cathedrals, a Planetarium, an Astropark, attractive open spaces, excellent leisure facilities and fine Georgian buildings. Armagh is about 45 minutes from the Belfast airports and 1 hour and 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. Courses are offered in 24 GCSE subjects and 25 A-Level subjects. Facilities include science and technology laboratories/workshops, six computer suites, a lecture theatre, a study hall, a sixth form centre and a library. Every classroom has a number of networked PCs and most rooms are equipped with interactive white boards. School teams regularly participate in inter-school competitions and to a high level. Facilities for sport include playing fields for hockey, rugby and cricket, tennis courts, a running track, a squash court, a fitness room and a sports hall. There is a very wide range of non-sporting, extra-curricular facilities and school tours are regularly organised for visits throughout Europe. Music is a particular strength of the School. Welcome to the Royal School, Armagh. The school’s original foundation in 1608 was “For the increase of learning and good manners”. This twin objective of promoting knowledge and building sound character remains today. Whilst each year our pupils achieve the highest levels of academic success in public examinations, we believe that a good education is about more than just gaining qualifications. A good education is about one’s character and the endeavor to be a positive influence on others. The willingness and ability to learn, to lead, to serve and to build strong relationships are what enable a life to be well lived. We believe that by developing a strong work ethic and holding a growth mindset our pupils will go on to flourish academically, morally and socially. The school’s ethos is its characteristic spirit or culture and it is based upon Christian values, promoting and maintaining high standards of personal conduct, striving for the best possible individual achievement, caring for each other and getting involved in school life. This is a school where tradition and progress go hand in hand, traditional values of hard work, good manners and respect for self and others combine with forward-thinking learning and teaching practices to ensure our young people are equipped to succeed in the modern world. Pupils joining the school encounter consistent rules, role models and traditions which help them quickly feel part of the Royal School community, to take responsibility for themselves and each other and make a positive contribution to school life. We work hard to ensure an effective pastoral system operates which, at its core, values each pupil for their uniqueness. We are influenced by the work of the German educationalist Kurt Han whose philosophy is centered on the conviction that schools should be infused with the ideals of: Democracy Service Environmentalism Leadership Adventure Internationalism Throughout this website and by following the school’s activities on Facebook or Twitter, we believe you will see these ideals in practice. For over four centuries the Royal School, Armagh has served as one of Ireland’s premier schools. Today it flourishes as a vibrant school community for pupils aged from 3 to 19. Pupils are drawn from in and around County Armagh and also much further afield through our large international boarding department which is a valued and integral part of the school. The Royal School has membership of the prestigious Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC). This is an association which represents the Heads of the top 250 schools in the UK. Membership is accepted as a mark of excellence in education and is an indication of the high academic standards and commitment to whole person education in the school. Having visited the website, you are welcome to visit the school please feel at liberty to make an appointment to see our facilities for yourself. View full school
  8. The Royal School is wholly committed to whole person education. Pupils acquire confidence by being encouraged into new experiences outside their comfort zone. Increased self-esteem accrues from successful participation in such activities. In light of this, as many extra-curricular activities as possible are offered by the staff at the school. The Royal School Armagh aims to provide its pupils with an education which in its wholeness will enable them to achieve their full potential in academic, social, moral and spiritual terms. The values of the School, both implicitly and explicitly, reflect and ar The Royal School is wholly committed to whole-person education. Pupils acquire confidence by being encouraged into new experiences outside their comfort zone. Increased self-esteem accrues from successful participation in such activities. In light of this, as many extra-curricular activities as possible are offered by the staff at the school. The Royal School Armagh aims to provide its pupils with an education which in its wholeness will enable them to achieve their full potential in academic, social, moral, and spiritual terms. The values of the School, both implicitly and explicitly, reflect and are informed by the reformed tradition of the Christian faith. The School warmly welcomes the presence of pupils and staff of other Christian traditions, other world faiths, and those with no religious convictions. The Royal School, Armagh was founded in 1608 by James I. It has been regarded since then as one of the leading schools in Ireland and a school which achieves considerable academic success. The school is co-educational with modern facilities. The school welcomes children of all faiths and offers an excellent caring and learning environment of over 700 pupils from the ages of 5 to 18 with accommodation for 90 boarders including a new dedicated sixth form boarding facility which provides an effective transitional step between school and university. All pupils study for GCSE examinations and the vast majority continue to study for A-Levels and then progress to universities and colleges throughout the United Kingdom. Situated on 27 acres of grounds, it is close to the center of Armagh – an ancient city that is widely renowned for its cultural, sporting, and educational activities. Features of the city include two Cathedrals, a Planetarium, an Astropark, attractive open spaces, excellent leisure facilities, and fine Georgian buildings. Armagh is about 45 minutes from the Belfast airports and 1 hour and 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. Courses are offered in 24 GCSE subjects and 25 A-Level subjects. Facilities include science and technology laboratories/workshops, six computer suites, a lecture theatre, a study hall, a sixth form center, and a library. Every classroom has several networked PCs and most rooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards. School teams regularly participate in inter-school competitions and to a high level. Sports facilities include playing fields for hockey, rugby, and cricket, tennis courts, a running track, a squash court, a fitness room, and a sports hall. There is a very wide range of non-sporting, extra-curricular facilities, and school tours are regularly organized for visits throughout Europe. Music is a particular strength of the School. Welcome to the Royal School, Armagh. The school’s original foundation in 1608 was “For the increase of learning and good manners”. This twin objective of promoting knowledge and building sound character remains today. Whilst each year our pupils achieve the highest levels of academic success in public examinations, we believe that a good education is about more than just gaining qualifications. A good education is about one’s character and the endeavor to be a positive influence on others. The willingness and ability to learn, to lead, to serve, and to build strong relationships are what enable a life to be well-lived. We believe that by developing a strong work ethic and holding a growth mindset our pupils will go on to flourish academically, morally, and socially. The school’s ethos is its characteristic spirit or culture and it is based upon Christian values, promoting and maintaining high standards of personal conduct, striving for the best possible individual achievement, caring for each other, and getting involved in school life. This is a school where tradition and progress go hand in hand, traditional values of hard work, good manners, and respect for self and others combine with forward-thinking learning and teaching practices to ensure our young people are equipped to succeed in the modern world. Pupils joining the school encounter consistent rules, role models, and traditions which help them quickly feel part of the Royal School community, take responsibility for themselves and each other, and make a positive contribution to school life. We work hard to ensure an effective pastoral system operates which, at its core, values each pupil for their uniqueness. We are influenced by the work of the German educationalist Kurt Han whose philosophy is centered on the conviction that schools should be infused with the ideals of: Democracy Service Environmentalism Leadership Adventure Internationalism Throughout this website and by following the school’s activities on Facebook or Twitter, we believe you will see these ideas in practice. For over four centuries the Royal School, Armagh has served as one of Ireland’s premier schools. Today it flourishes as a vibrant school community for pupils aged from 3 to 19. Pupils are drawn from in and around County Armagh and also much further afield through our large international boarding department which is a valued and integral part of the school. The Royal School has a membership of the prestigious Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC). This is an association that represents the Heads of the top 250 schools in the UK. Membership is accepted as a mark of excellence in education and is an indication of the high academic standards and commitment to whole-person education in the school. Having visited the website, you are welcome to visit the school please feel at liberty to make an appointment to see our facilities for yourself. e informed by the reformed tradition of the Christian faith. The School warmly welcomes the presence of pupils and staff of other Christian traditions, other world faiths and those with no religious convictions. The Royal School , Armagh was founded in 1608 by James I. It has been regarded since then as one of the leading schools in Ireland and a school which achieves considerable academic success. The school is co-educational with modern facilities. The school welcomes children of all faiths and offers an excellent caring and learning environment of over 700 pupils from the ages of 5 to 18 with accommodation for 90 boarders including a new dedicated sixth form boarding facility which provides an effective transitional step between school and university. All pupils study for GCSE examinations and the vast majority continue to study for A-Levels and then progress to universities and colleges throughout the United Kingdom. Situated in 27 acres of grounds, it is close to the centre of Armagh – an ancient city which is widely renowned for its cultural, sporting and educational activities. Features of the city include two Cathedrals, a Planetarium, an Astropark, attractive open spaces, excellent leisure facilities and fine Georgian buildings. Armagh is about 45 minutes from the Belfast airports and 1 hour and 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. Courses are offered in 24 GCSE subjects and 25 A-Level subjects. Facilities include science and technology laboratories/workshops, six computer suites, a lecture theatre, a study hall, a sixth form centre and a library. Every classroom has a number of networked PCs and most rooms are equipped with interactive white boards. School teams regularly participate in inter-school competitions and to a high level. Facilities for sport include playing fields for hockey, rugby and cricket, tennis courts, a running track, a squash court, a fitness room and a sports hall. There is a very wide range of non-sporting, extra-curricular facilities and school tours are regularly organised for visits throughout Europe. Music is a particular strength of the School. Welcome to the Royal School, Armagh. The school’s original foundation in 1608 was “For the increase of learning and good manners”. This twin objective of promoting knowledge and building sound character remains today. Whilst each year our pupils achieve the highest levels of academic success in public examinations, we believe that a good education is about more than just gaining qualifications. A good education is about one’s character and the endeavor to be a positive influence on others. The willingness and ability to learn, to lead, to serve and to build strong relationships are what enable a life to be well lived. We believe that by developing a strong work ethic and holding a growth mindset our pupils will go on to flourish academically, morally and socially. The school’s ethos is its characteristic spirit or culture and it is based upon Christian values, promoting and maintaining high standards of personal conduct, striving for the best possible individual achievement, caring for each other and getting involved in school life. This is a school where tradition and progress go hand in hand, traditional values of hard work, good manners and respect for self and others combine with forward-thinking learning and teaching practices to ensure our young people are equipped to succeed in the modern world. Pupils joining the school encounter consistent rules, role models and traditions which help them quickly feel part of the Royal School community, to take responsibility for themselves and each other and make a positive contribution to school life. We work hard to ensure an effective pastoral system operates which, at its core, values each pupil for their uniqueness. We are influenced by the work of the German educationalist Kurt Han whose philosophy is centered on the conviction that schools should be infused with the ideals of: Democracy Service Environmentalism Leadership Adventure Internationalism Throughout this website and by following the school’s activities on Facebook or Twitter, we believe you will see these ideals in practice. For over four centuries the Royal School, Armagh has served as one of Ireland’s premier schools. Today it flourishes as a vibrant school community for pupils aged from 3 to 19. Pupils are drawn from in and around County Armagh and also much further afield through our large international boarding department which is a valued and integral part of the school. The Royal School has membership of the prestigious Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC). This is an association which represents the Heads of the top 250 schools in the UK. Membership is accepted as a mark of excellence in education and is an indication of the high academic standards and commitment to whole person education in the school. Having visited the website, you are welcome to visit the school please feel at liberty to make an appointment to see our facilities for yourself.
  9. The Royal School Dungannon is a co-educational Voluntary Grammar School and Boarding School established by the Royal Charter in 1608. The School aims to provide pupils with an opportunity to study a broad curriculum and to develop a life-long love of learning and foster an environment within which pupils may seek and fulfill their personal development. There is an expectation that every pupil will always give his or her best and seek excellence. There is an equal expectation that in seeking excellence each pupil will do so with integrity. The School has a broad Christian ethos and this provides a moral compass for our work but no denomination is favored and all pupils, from whatever background, are warmly welcomed. The School’s motto is ‘Perseverando’ which might best be thought of as ‘achieving excellence through perseverance’. More broadly the School is committed to the following Aims. To strive for excellence in all that we do. To provide a secure, stimulating, and happy environment where life-long learning and academic rigor flourish. To foster intellectual curiosity, a spirit of inquiry, and a belief in the value of learning as an ongoing process. To develop well-balanced individuals with the intellectual courage to question and to reflect upon life and their learning. To nurture each pupil in our care so that he or she feels valued and able to develop into a confident, caring, and socially responsible individual. To make pupils aware of social and moral problems and the cultural and spiritual aspects of life. To develop a mutually supportive community in which respect, integrity, and tolerance inform our thinking and actions. To provide opportunities for pupils to acquire skills and interests that will enable them to use their leisure time purposefully, in the present and long term. To ensure that each pupil is known and valued as a person in his or her own right but conscious of their place in a corporate body, where teamwork and competition can thrive together. To encourage pupils to embrace opportunities, challenges, and change. To foster a sense of public service so that the School contributes fully to its broader community. RSD has been helping boys and girls to fulfill their potential for over 400 years. Traditions are cherished but we are also a school committed to looking forward to and embracing new opportunities. The personal development of young people is our focus and we encourage each boy and girl to learn about their favorite subjects, to find out about the world around them and to learn something about themselves. RSD is a caring community, underpinned by shared values, strong relationships, and excellent pastoral care. We are passionate about helping every girl and boy to enjoy school and to reach their potential. Opportunities to lead, take on responsibility and operate as part of a team resonate throughout school life outside the classroom and in the wider community. Pupils are encouraged to be the best that they can be with a sense of resilience and integrity. The values of an RSD education will stay with our pupils for the rest of their lives. The Royal Charter to establish a free school for boys in County Tyrone was laid down by King James I in 1608. In 1614 the Royal School Dungannon came into being at the village of Mountjoy near Lough Neagh. Sometime later, the school relocated to Dungannon, finally coming to rest at its present site in 1789 with the erection of the building we now know as the ‘Old Grey Mother’ by the Archbishop of Armagh, Richard Robinson, and the then Headmaster, Rev Dr. William Murray. The 1789 building acquired the nickname of the Old Grey Mother after the red sandstone with which it was built was rendered with cement sometime in the 19th Century. New windows and doors were required but the Board of Governors had insufficient funds for sandstone blocks and instead used handmade brick. To preserve a unified appearance, the building was covered with cement. For the generations of boys who lived and learned under its roof that old grey building must have been an object of great affection. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries the school grew and new facilities, such as the ball alley, cloisters, and assembly hall, were added. Amalgamation with Dungannon High School for Girls in 1986 and the subsequent refurbishment and new build of 1999-2003 gave us the school we know today. Classrooms are large and well resourced. There are specialist teaching facilities in the Sciences, Design & Technology, Music and Food Technology as well as extensive computer provision, and sporting facilities such as a modern sports hall and multi-gym and a floodlit Astro-turf pitch to complement rugby and hockey pitches and tennis courts. RSD’s facilities make it a school for the 21st century. View full school
  10. The Royal School Dungannon is a co-educational Voluntary Grammar School and Boarding School established by the Royal Charter in 1608. The School aims to provide pupils with an opportunity to study a broad curriculum and to develop a life-long love of learning and foster an environment within which pupils may seek and fulfill their personal development. There is an expectation that every pupil will always give his or her best and seek excellence. There is an equal expectation that in seeking excellence each pupil will do so with integrity. The School has a broad Christian ethos and this provides a moral compass for our work but no denomination is favored and all pupils, from whatever background, are warmly welcomed. The School’s motto is ‘Perseverando’ which might best be thought of as ‘achieving excellence through perseverance’. More broadly the School is committed to the following Aims. To strive for excellence in all that we do. To provide a secure, stimulating, and happy environment where life-long learning and academic rigor flourish. To foster intellectual curiosity, a spirit of inquiry, and a belief in the value of learning as an ongoing process. To develop well-balanced individuals with the intellectual courage to question and to reflect upon life and their learning. To nurture each pupil in our care so that he or she feels valued and able to develop into a confident, caring, and socially responsible individual. To make pupils aware of social and moral problems and the cultural and spiritual aspects of life. To develop a mutually supportive community in which respect, integrity, and tolerance inform our thinking and actions. To provide opportunities for pupils to acquire skills and interests that will enable them to use their leisure time purposefully, in the present and long term. To ensure that each pupil is known and valued as a person in his or her own right but conscious of their place in a corporate body, where teamwork and competition can thrive together. To encourage pupils to embrace opportunities, challenges, and change. To foster a sense of public service so that the School contributes fully to its broader community. RSD has been helping boys and girls to fulfill their potential for over 400 years. Traditions are cherished but we are also a school committed to looking forward to and embracing new opportunities. The personal development of young people is our focus and we encourage each boy and girl to learn about their favorite subjects, to find out about the world around them and to learn something about themselves. RSD is a caring community, underpinned by shared values, strong relationships, and excellent pastoral care. We are passionate about helping every girl and boy to enjoy school and to reach their potential. Opportunities to lead, take on responsibility and operate as part of a team resonate throughout school life outside the classroom and in the wider community. Pupils are encouraged to be the best that they can be with a sense of resilience and integrity. The values of an RSD education will stay with our pupils for the rest of their lives. The Royal Charter to establish a free school for boys in County Tyrone was laid down by King James I in 1608. In 1614 the Royal School Dungannon came into being at the village of Mountjoy near Lough Neagh. Sometime later, the school relocated to Dungannon, finally coming to rest at its present site in 1789 with the erection of the building we now know as the ‘Old Grey Mother’ by the Archbishop of Armagh, Richard Robinson, and the then Headmaster, Rev Dr. William Murray. The 1789 building acquired the nickname of the Old Grey Mother after the red sandstone with which it was built was rendered with cement sometime in the 19th Century. New windows and doors were required but the Board of Governors had insufficient funds for sandstone blocks and instead used handmade brick. To preserve a unified appearance, the building was covered with cement. For the generations of boys who lived and learned under its roof that old grey building must have been an object of great affection. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries the school grew and new facilities, such as the ball alley, cloisters, and assembly hall, were added. Amalgamation with Dungannon High School for Girls in 1986 and the subsequent refurbishment and new build of 1999-2003 gave us the school we know today. Classrooms are large and well resourced. There are specialist teaching facilities in the Sciences, Design & Technology, Music and Food Technology as well as extensive computer provision, and sporting facilities such as a modern sports hall and multi-gym and a floodlit Astro-turf pitch to complement rugby and hockey pitches and tennis courts. RSD’s facilities make it a school for the 21st century.
  11. RBAI is committed to realistic and robust self-evaluation, as an integral tool, in a school improvement strategy, which leads to raised standards of teaching for learning, for each pupil. This is alongside outstanding pastoral support to enable each student to develop academically, emotionally, personally, and socially through active and challenging learning experiences. The agreed priorities of the School Development Plan and Department Development Plans reinforce and restate what makes us successful and what will continue to provide excellent opportunities for our pupils. Resources will continue to be effectively deployed to support learning, including the use of online learning. An excellent practice is retained with a focus on student achievement and a collective sense of ownership. The priority will include consistency across the School and evidence-based planning, which will respond to internal and external requirements and which will maintain focused and monitored outcomes. The Board of Governors has traditionally regarded the education of the boys at RBAI as a cooperative process involving themselves, the Principal, SLT, the Council of Studies (Senior Management Team), the Staff, the parents, and the boys. The doors of the School are open to boys of good ability without regard to race, creed, or background it is a School of the whole community and not of a section only. Within this context the aims of the School are: To develop each pupil to his maximum academic potential and to stimulate him to enjoy the attainment of knowledge and excellence. The School will offer a broad and balanced range of subjects within which boys may choose appropriate courses. The School will provide comprehensive pastoral care. All boys will be encouraged to develop a wide range of learning skills, to acquire habits of self-study and inquiry. To provide each pupil with the knowledge and skills necessary for everyday life and working life. The broad curriculum will cover areas of the experience from the expressive and creative to the scientific and technological. Appropriate use will be made of educational technology. There will be a comprehensive careers education, information, advice, and guidance program. Extra-curricular programs will complement the academic courses. To provide and promote the conditions in which each pupil can develop as an individual and to his potential. The School will encourage tolerance, service, discipline, reliability, and responsibility. The School will help pupils to recognize their strengths and weaknesses. To prepare pupils to become responsible and active members of society. The School will foster awareness of the structure of today's societies. Pupils will develop an awareness of man's heritage in a wide range of areas. The School will encourage initiative and co-operation as well as developing suitable attitudes towards healthy competition. To stress the importance of good health, mental well-being, and physical fitness. View full school
  12. RBAI is committed to realistic and robust self-evaluation, as an integral tool, in a school improvement strategy, which leads to raised standards of teaching for learning, for each pupil. This is alongside outstanding pastoral support to enable each student to develop academically, emotionally, personally, and socially through active and challenging learning experiences. The agreed priorities of the School Development Plan and Department Development Plans reinforce and restate what makes us successful and what will continue to provide excellent opportunities for our pupils. Resources will continue to be effectively deployed to support learning, including the use of online learning. An excellent practice is retained with a focus on student achievement and a collective sense of ownership. The priority will include consistency across the School and evidence-based planning, which will respond to internal and external requirements and which will maintain focused and monitored outcomes. The Board of Governors has traditionally regarded the education of the boys at RBAI as a cooperative process involving themselves, the Principal, SLT, the Council of Studies (Senior Management Team), the Staff, the parents, and the boys. The doors of the School are open to boys of good ability without regard to race, creed, or background it is a School of the whole community and not of a section only. Within this context the aims of the School are: To develop each pupil to his maximum academic potential and to stimulate him to enjoy the attainment of knowledge and excellence. The School will offer a broad and balanced range of subjects within which boys may choose appropriate courses. The School will provide comprehensive pastoral care. All boys will be encouraged to develop a wide range of learning skills, to acquire habits of self-study and inquiry. To provide each pupil with the knowledge and skills necessary for everyday life and working life. The broad curriculum will cover areas of the experience from the expressive and creative to the scientific and technological. Appropriate use will be made of educational technology. There will be a comprehensive careers education, information, advice, and guidance program. Extra-curricular programs will complement the academic courses. To provide and promote the conditions in which each pupil can develop as an individual and to his potential. The School will encourage tolerance, service, discipline, reliability, and responsibility. The School will help pupils to recognize their strengths and weaknesses. To prepare pupils to become responsible and active members of society. The School will foster awareness of the structure of today's societies. Pupils will develop an awareness of man's heritage in a wide range of areas. The School will encourage initiative and co-operation as well as developing suitable attitudes towards healthy competition. To stress the importance of good health, mental well-being, and physical fitness.
  13. RPA is a prestigious International Primary School located in South-Central Jakarta. The quality of education determines the destiny of our children. We aim for continuous improvement for all students towards achieving excellence in their education. Our learning community totals approximately 110 students represented by 18 nationalities. We feel this mix of nationalities and cultures provides the foundation for internationally-minded students, which is essential to fulfilling our vision as a school. Royal Primary Academy offers a unique environment that enables your child to develop and grow into a confident, well-rounded, global citizen. This vision is further supported by our internationally diverse teaching team, as well as our curriculum, the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). The IPC can be found in over 1,800 schools in over 90 countries around the world. Using the IPC, we aim to fulfill our mission of equipping our students with 21st-century skills to prepare them for the challenges of the rapidly changing world. At Royal Primary Academy, as a part of our philosophy of learning, we believe that each learner is unique. We seek to actively engage our learners in rigorous learning experiences that challenge them at their development levels, focusing on fundamental knowledge and skills, as well as pushing our students to adapt, collaborate, and innovate. We believe in a holistic approach to education, meaning that as a school, we aim to develop the whole child, not simply focusing on core academic subjects. In addition, every student at RPA has classes in Music, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Art, Mandarin, and Physical Education each week. Students also attend a variety of Enrichment Activities, after school, to ensure a range of learning opportunities for our students. Each student is treated as an individual with huge potential. We intentionally cultivate the character of our students through the IPC Personal Goals, as well as leadership skills, through our implementation of The Leader In Me program. View full school
  14. RPA is a prestigious International Primary School located in South-Central Jakarta. The quality of education determines the destiny of our children. We aim for continuous improvement for all students towards achieving excellence in their education. Our learning community totals approximately 110 students represented by 18 nationalities. We feel this mix of nationalities and cultures provides the foundation for internationally-minded students, which is essential to fulfilling our vision as a school. Royal Primary Academy offers a unique environment that enables your child to develop and grow into a confident, well-rounded, global citizen. This vision is further supported by our internationally diverse teaching team, as well as our curriculum, the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). The IPC can be found in over 1,800 schools in over 90 countries around the world. Using the IPC, we aim to fulfill our mission of equipping our students with 21st-century skills to prepare them for the challenges of the rapidly changing world. At Royal Primary Academy, as a part of our philosophy of learning, we believe that each learner is unique. We seek to actively engage our learners in rigorous learning experiences that challenge them at their development levels, focusing on fundamental knowledge and skills, as well as pushing our students to adapt, collaborate, and innovate. We believe in a holistic approach to education, meaning that as a school, we aim to develop the whole child, not simply focusing on core academic subjects. In addition, every student at RPA has classes in Music, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Art, Mandarin, and Physical Education each week. Students also attend a variety of Enrichment Activities, after school, to ensure a range of learning opportunities for our students. Each student is treated as an individual with huge potential. We intentionally cultivate the character of our students through the IPC Personal Goals, as well as leadership skills, through our implementation of The Leader In Me program.
  15. Located in the heart of the city and easily accessible, Royal Buckingham School, Jakarta is the first choice of parents for their children’s education. We offer a wide variety of programs and high-standard education for students between the ages of 3 to 16. vision and mission as a school are to inspire creative, confident, and caring individuals with the love of learning. We visualize students growing up with all the resources they need to thrive and become valuable citizens of their community and the evolving world around them. Our global community offers rich opportunities for cultural sharing and fosters a natural curiosity about the world. Within this multicultural community, we strive to respect, listen and respond to all our students’ and families’ needs. We Provide: High-quality education for every student. Parent and community support. A rigorous curriculum and fair assessments. Sufficient resources to help all students achieve their academic ambitions. Safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments. Classrooms equipped for teaching and learning. Modern Science laboratory. Qualified, experienced, and caring teachers who encourage and motivate each student in every classroom. Strong school leadership. We at RBS make it a norm to create a commodious, conciliating, and blithesome environment for our students. We believe that education is not about competition, instead, it is about imparting knowledge, training faculties, and developing the skills of our students. RBS has diverse students from different parts of the globe thus we must create an environment, which will accord students to cooperate and intellectually understand each other. The mission of Royal Buckingham School, Jakarta is to build the future generation and this cannot be optimally achieved without ebullience, allegiance, and above all the cooperation of parents. Our doors are always open for suggestions and further inquiries. We look forward to a blissful academic year. We strive to create an educational environment that promotes the harmonious development of each person’s physical, moral, intellectual, and spiritual gifts, and that encourages a sense of responsibility, the correct use of freedom, and active participation in social life. Royal Buckingham School, Jakarta is divided into three sections, the Preschool Department, the Primary Department, and the Secondary Department. Emphasis is placed on academic continuity through each section. Royal Buckingham School Jakarta, provides a rigorous all-rounded education within an innovating and enlightening environment using both the traditional, tried and tested as well as modern forms of educational methods. Students at Royal Buckingham School Jakarta, are provided a wide choice of subjects. The curriculum at Royal Buckingham School Jakarta centers around a group of core life skills in the areas of English, Maths, coping with the world of work, adaptability, skills, and leadership, Information Technology, and Physical Education. View full school
  16. Located in the heart of the city and easily accessible, Royal Buckingham School, Jakarta is the first choice of parents for their children’s education. We offer a wide variety of programs and high-standard education for students between the ages of 3 to 16. vision and mission as a school are to inspire creative, confident, and caring individuals with the love of learning. We visualize students growing up with all the resources they need to thrive and become valuable citizens of their community and the evolving world around them. Our global community offers rich opportunities for cultural sharing and fosters a natural curiosity about the world. Within this multicultural community, we strive to respect, listen and respond to all our students’ and families’ needs. We Provide: High-quality education for every student. Parent and community support. A rigorous curriculum and fair assessments. Sufficient resources to help all students achieve their academic ambitions. Safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments. Classrooms equipped for teaching and learning. Modern Science laboratory. Qualified, experienced, and caring teachers who encourage and motivate each student in every classroom. Strong school leadership. We at RBS make it a norm to create a commodious, conciliating, and blithesome environment for our students. We believe that education is not about competition, instead, it is about imparting knowledge, training faculties, and developing the skills of our students. RBS has diverse students from different parts of the globe thus we must create an environment, which will accord students to cooperate and intellectually understand each other. The mission of Royal Buckingham School, Jakarta is to build the future generation and this cannot be optimally achieved without ebullience, allegiance, and above all the cooperation of parents. Our doors are always open for suggestions and further inquiries. We look forward to a blissful academic year. We strive to create an educational environment that promotes the harmonious development of each person’s physical, moral, intellectual, and spiritual gifts, and that encourages a sense of responsibility, the correct use of freedom, and active participation in social life. Royal Buckingham School, Jakarta is divided into three sections, the Preschool Department, the Primary Department, and the Secondary Department. Emphasis is placed on academic continuity through each section. Royal Buckingham School Jakarta, provides a rigorous all-rounded education within an innovating and enlightening environment using both the traditional, tried and tested as well as modern forms of educational methods. Students at Royal Buckingham School Jakarta, are provided a wide choice of subjects. The curriculum at Royal Buckingham School Jakarta centers around a group of core life skills in the areas of English, Maths, coping with the world of work, adaptability, skills, and leadership, Information Technology, and Physical Education.
  17. Royal International School is located on the 6th of October City. It is a satellite city and part of the urban area of Cairo, Egypt, 32 km (20 miles) outside Cairo itself. It has a population ranging from some 185,000 in the city to an estimated 500,000 inhabitants in the wider area. It also hosts Egyptian students and students from the Gulf and Palestinian territories, who study at its private universities like Misr University for Science and Technology, Modern Sciences and Arts University, Nile University, October 6 University (O6U), and the Zewail City of Science and Technology.6th of October city at large is an industrial and technological community which, hosts one of the largest industrial zones in Egypt on which the entire city is established. In addition, the smart village Egypt located on the Cairo - Alexandria road just 10 Km from Royal International School(RIS), accommodates multinational and local companies, governmental and financial organizations, educational institutions and research & development centers, business parks as well as a variety of other IT products offered by Oracle, Dell, Microsoft, Raya---etc. The smart village multipurpose ecosystems are built on quality, collaboration, and trust to the satisfaction of all stakeholders in the community, especially the educational institutes, which allow the RIS students and staff to get benefit from the programs, training, workshops, and seminars offered by the smart villages' institute. The Royal International School(RIS) had been established in 2002 with only one building for the national Egyptian system. In 2006, the school campus included two buildings one for the National Division and the other is for the Canadian Nova Scotia Division. The Royal International Canadian School was dedicated to providing a quality Canadian education program and services to help the students attain their full potential academically, socially, and physically. To achieve this goal, the Royal International School had extended partnerships with the Cape Breton University in Nova Scotia - Canada, and the Canadian International College in Egypt, this is for the school to be able to start the teacher professional development program "The International Graduate Diploma In Education IGDE" between Canada and Egypt and to prepare such a high caliber of teachers, who are internationally certified. In 2009, the school staff attended the graduation celebration in Cape Breton University and the school had ten internationally certified teachers who are still working in the school campus in the school National Division and international American Division and regularly renew their international teaching license. The Royal International American School holds an administrative team for the American Division that consists of a principal, School Director, guidance counselor, and quality assurance system manager, behavior specialist,11 teachers for main subjects, and 5 others are working in both the National and International division and two part-timers instructional coaches. All teachers are certified and highly qualified by the definition of state mandates. All of them hold a bachelor's degree and five possess post-graduate diplomas in Education. The support staff includes an office manager, school secretary, media and technology specialist, two paraprofessionals, three food service workers, and four custodians. The current student enrollment is 54 students in grades tenth through twelfth. The class capacity is 24 students per class. The school buildings occupy 40% of the total area of the land leaving a spacious area for playgrounds and sports courts. In addition, the school also has an indoor gymnasium as well as safe interactive play facilities to cater to the different age groups and promote the physical development of the school community. Moreover, the school cafeteria offers students and teachers balanced meals. All school buildings are equipped with a fire escape and follow international health and safety standards. The classrooms are spacious, bright, well ventilated, air-conditioned. They are equipped with state-of-the-art smart boards and data shows. Each classroom has one laptop to accommodate inquiry-based and problem-solving learning activities. Classrooms are furnished with square tables and movable chairs to facilitate group work and cooperative learning activities. We prepare confident learners and creative thinkers to become positive and active global citizens. We strive for excellence in a happy, caring, and balanced community founded on integrity and respect. RILS is a future-focused community where learning is collaborative, fun, and engaging. The core vision for all our students is to reach their full potential and positively impact the world through the acceptance of differences and values. View full school
  18. Royal International School is located on the 6th of October City. It is a satellite city and part of the urban area of Cairo, Egypt, 32 km (20 miles) outside Cairo itself. It has a population ranging from some 185,000 in the city to an estimated 500,000 inhabitants in the wider area. It also hosts Egyptian students and students from the Gulf and Palestinian territories, who study at its private universities like Misr University for Science and Technology, Modern Sciences and Arts University, Nile University, October 6 University (O6U), and the Zewail City of Science and Technology.6th of October city at large is an industrial and technological community which, hosts one of the largest industrial zones in Egypt on which the entire city is established. In addition, the smart village Egypt located on the Cairo - Alexandria road just 10 Km from Royal International School(RIS), accommodates multinational and local companies, governmental and financial organizations, educational institutions and research & development centers, business parks as well as a variety of other IT products offered by Oracle, Dell, Microsoft, Raya---etc. The smart village multipurpose ecosystems are built on quality, collaboration, and trust to the satisfaction of all stakeholders in the community, especially the educational institutes, which allow the RIS students and staff to get benefit from the programs, training, workshops, and seminars offered by the smart villages' institute. The Royal International School(RIS) had been established in 2002 with only one building for the national Egyptian system. In 2006, the school campus included two buildings one for the National Division and the other is for the Canadian Nova Scotia Division. The Royal International Canadian School was dedicated to providing a quality Canadian education program and services to help the students attain their full potential academically, socially, and physically. To achieve this goal, the Royal International School had extended partnerships with the Cape Breton University in Nova Scotia - Canada, and the Canadian International College in Egypt, this is for the school to be able to start the teacher professional development program "The International Graduate Diploma In Education IGDE" between Canada and Egypt and to prepare such a high caliber of teachers, who are internationally certified. In 2009, the school staff attended the graduation celebration in Cape Breton University and the school had ten internationally certified teachers who are still working in the school campus in the school National Division and international American Division and regularly renew their international teaching license. The Royal International American School holds an administrative team for the American Division that consists of a principal, School Director, guidance counselor, and quality assurance system manager, behavior specialist,11 teachers for main subjects, and 5 others are working in both the National and International division and two part-timers instructional coaches. All teachers are certified and highly qualified by the definition of state mandates. All of them hold a bachelor's degree and five possess post-graduate diplomas in Education. The support staff includes an office manager, school secretary, media and technology specialist, two paraprofessionals, three food service workers, and four custodians. The current student enrollment is 54 students in grades tenth through twelfth. The class capacity is 24 students per class. The school buildings occupy 40% of the total area of the land leaving a spacious area for playgrounds and sports courts. In addition, the school also has an indoor gymnasium as well as safe interactive play facilities to cater to the different age groups and promote the physical development of the school community. Moreover, the school cafeteria offers students and teachers balanced meals. All school buildings are equipped with a fire escape and follow international health and safety standards. The classrooms are spacious, bright, well ventilated, air-conditioned. They are equipped with state-of-the-art smart boards and data shows. Each classroom has one laptop to accommodate inquiry-based and problem-solving learning activities. Classrooms are furnished with square tables and movable chairs to facilitate group work and cooperative learning activities. We prepare confident learners and creative thinkers to become positive and active global citizens. We strive for excellence in a happy, caring, and balanced community founded on integrity and respect. RILS is a future-focused community where learning is collaborative, fun, and engaging. The core vision for all our students is to reach their full potential and positively impact the world through the acceptance of differences and values.
  19. Royal House Language School was established in September 2003. The original enrollment was 186 pupils. Now our school community has reached almost 2450 students and we continue to attract more every year. It is a school known for high academic standards and expectations and an ever-evolving curriculum that meets the demands of an ever-changing national and international community. Royal House is committed to providing distinctive high-quality education with an emphasis on each student's emotional, physical, and intellectual well-being. Each student comes to our school excited and eager to learn and it is our sincere goal to sustain that excitement and create lifelong learners through the care, support, and guidance of well-educated and dedicated teachers and staff. Through Royal House's well-rounded educational program students will have ample time and are encouraged to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities designed to inspire self-confidence and to promote healthy social interactions with their peers. We are always keeping an eye on the horizon and so, it is our mission to create a dynamic environment in which the pursuit of providing our students with the skills and confidence to become well-balanced and responsible global citizens while preserving their cultural identity and individualism will always dictate the direction and growth of our school/community. At Royal House, we strongly believe that the PARENT-STUDENT-SCHOOL link is the KEY to success! We believe that this partnership is necessary to promote the positive attitudes needed to guide and support the learning process for children. I’m always willing to discuss any comments or concerns you may have to ensure that this link remains strong. Royal House's mission is to empower children in mind, body, and spirit to be successful citizens while inspiring them to be lifelong learners. The priority of the school is to challenge children to achieve their full academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and physical potential. The school values academic excellence and believes that it is achieved by creating a warm and supportive atmosphere where each child is appreciated and respected. In Royal House School we respect our students’ individuality and different ways of learning. Our objective is to develop a child - using a well-centered approach that allows students to become self-confident, independent grown-ups. The school affirms that every child can learn and be successful. It is our philosophy and belief that children and their needs are the main concern of us all. The school follows the curriculum of the Egyptian Ministry of Education. In addition, the school sets its curriculum supplemented by books of British publishers. Students learn a strong and rigorous curriculum – English Language Arts, Arabic, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Religion (Islam or Christianity). Apart from Arabic, Religion, and Social Studies, all subjects are taught through the medium of the English language. Starting from First Primary children choose a second language either French or German. Library, Music, Art, Home Economics, Technology, and Computer classes are also offered regularly. Sports and fitness play a vital part in a student’s development. Royal House Language School offers an exhilarating range of sports activities like swimming, horseback riding, football, volleyball, basketball, handball, and table tennis. Our extracurricular program provides opportunities for students to explore their interests and hobbies. It also allows the students to build up their self-confidence, positive attitude, and social skills. Sports activities allow children to participate in a group and develop a sense of fair play and teamwork. The school offers a creative and enjoyable Summer School Program during the summer vacation for Royal House Language School students and students of other schools. The Summer Program combines academics and entertainment. It features: Swimming lessons with experienced instructors from Ahly Sporting Club English, Arabic, Math classes Quran Music Art and Crafts Horseback riding Computer Cooking Outdoor activities Our kindergarteners develop control of their behavior through the guidance and support of warm, caring, and highly qualified staff. Our teachers with a strong background in early childhood education can best provide for children what they need to grow physically, emotionally, and intellectually. View full school
  20. Royal House Language School was established in September 2003. The original enrollment was 186 pupils. Now our school community has reached almost 2450 students and we continue to attract more every year. It is a school known for high academic standards and expectations and an ever-evolving curriculum that meets the demands of an ever-changing national and international community. Royal House is committed to providing distinctive high-quality education with an emphasis on each student's emotional, physical, and intellectual well-being. Each student comes to our school excited and eager to learn and it is our sincere goal to sustain that excitement and create lifelong learners through the care, support, and guidance of well-educated and dedicated teachers and staff. Through Royal House's well-rounded educational program students will have ample time and are encouraged to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities designed to inspire self-confidence and to promote healthy social interactions with their peers. We are always keeping an eye on the horizon and so, it is our mission to create a dynamic environment in which the pursuit of providing our students with the skills and confidence to become well-balanced and responsible global citizens while preserving their cultural identity and individualism will always dictate the direction and growth of our school/community. At Royal House, we strongly believe that the PARENT-STUDENT-SCHOOL link is the KEY to success! We believe that this partnership is necessary to promote the positive attitudes needed to guide and support the learning process for children. I’m always willing to discuss any comments or concerns you may have to ensure that this link remains strong. Royal House's mission is to empower children in mind, body, and spirit to be successful citizens while inspiring them to be lifelong learners. The priority of the school is to challenge children to achieve their full academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and physical potential. The school values academic excellence and believes that it is achieved by creating a warm and supportive atmosphere where each child is appreciated and respected. In Royal House School we respect our students’ individuality and different ways of learning. Our objective is to develop a child - using a well-centered approach that allows students to become self-confident, independent grown-ups. The school affirms that every child can learn and be successful. It is our philosophy and belief that children and their needs are the main concern of us all. The school follows the curriculum of the Egyptian Ministry of Education. In addition, the school sets its curriculum supplemented by books of British publishers. Students learn a strong and rigorous curriculum – English Language Arts, Arabic, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Religion (Islam or Christianity). Apart from Arabic, Religion, and Social Studies, all subjects are taught through the medium of the English language. Starting from First Primary children choose a second language either French or German. Library, Music, Art, Home Economics, Technology, and Computer classes are also offered regularly. Sports and fitness play a vital part in a student’s development. Royal House Language School offers an exhilarating range of sports activities like swimming, horseback riding, football, volleyball, basketball, handball, and table tennis. Our extracurricular program provides opportunities for students to explore their interests and hobbies. It also allows the students to build up their self-confidence, positive attitude, and social skills. Sports activities allow children to participate in a group and develop a sense of fair play and teamwork. The school offers a creative and enjoyable Summer School Program during the summer vacation for Royal House Language School students and students of other schools. The Summer Program combines academics and entertainment. It features: Swimming lessons with experienced instructors from Ahly Sporting Club English, Arabic, Math classes Quran Music Art and Crafts Horseback riding Computer Cooking Outdoor activities Our kindergarteners develop control of their behavior through the guidance and support of warm, caring, and highly qualified staff. Our teachers with a strong background in early childhood education can best provide for children what they need to grow physically, emotionally, and intellectually.
  21. Royal House Language School was established in September 2003. The original enrollment was 186 pupils. Now our school community has reached almost 2500 students and we continue to attract more every year. The school is located on Sakkara Road / Marrioteya. It is set on an area of 30000 m2. It serves children in stages of kindergarten up to Secondary. Royal AcaRoyal House Language School was established in September 2003. The original enrollment was 186 pupils. Now our school community has reached almost 2500 students and we continue to attract more every year. The school is located on Sakkara Road / Marrioteya. It is set on an area of 30000 m2. It serves children in stages of kindergarten up to Secondary. Royal Academy has gained a reputation as a school that does its utmost to ensure that the students in attendance experience a warm, safe, and nurturing learning environment. It is a school known for high academic standards and expectations and an ever-evolving curriculum that meets the demands of an ever-changing national and international community. Royal Academy is committed to providing distinctive high-quality education with an emphasis on each student's emotional, physical, and intellectual well-being. Each student comes to our school excited and eager to learn and it is our sincere goal to sustain that excitement and create lifelong learners through the care, support, and guidance of well-educated and dedicated teachers and staff. Through Royal Academy's well-rounded educational program students will have ample time and are encouraged to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities designed to inspire self-confidence and to promote healthy social interactions with their peers. We are always keeping an eye on the horizon and so, it is our mission to create a dynamic environment in which the pursuit of providing our students with the skills and confidence to become well-balanced and responsible global citizens while preserving their cultural identity and individualism will always dictate the direction and growth of our school/community. At Royal Academy, we strongly believe that the PARENT-STUDENT-SCHOOL link is the KEY to success! We believe that this partnership is necessary to promote the positive attitudes needed to guide and support the learning process for children. I’m always willing to discuss any comments or concerns you may have to ensure that this link remains strong throughout the year. Our mission is to empower children in mind, body, and spirit to be successful citizens while inspiring them to be lifelong learners. The priority of the school is to challenge children to achieve their full academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and physical potential. The school values academic excellence and believes that it is achieved by creating a warm and supportive atmosphere where each child is appreciated and respected. In Royal Academy School we respect our students’ individuality and different ways of learning. Our objective is to develop a child - using a well-centered approach that allows students to become self-confident, independent grown-ups. The school affirms that every child can learn and be successful. It is our philosophy and belief that children and their needs are the main concern of us all. "Our students' future rests in the hands of all of us"demy has gained a reputation as a school that does its utmost to ensure that the students in attendance experience a warm, safe and nurturing learning environment. It is a school known for high academic standards and expectations and an ever evolving curriculum that meets the demands of an ever changing national and international community. Royal Academy is committed to providing a distinctive high quality education with an emphasis on each student's emotional, physical and intellectual well being. Each student comes to our school excited and eager to learn and it is our sincere goal to sustain that excitement and create life long learners through the care, support and guidance of well educated and dedicated teachers and staff. Through Royal Academy's well rounded educational program students will have ample time and are encouraged to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities designed to inspire self- confidence and to promote healthy social interactions with their peers. We are always keeping an eye on the horizon and so, it is our mission to create a dynamic environment in which the pursuit of providing our students with the skills and confidence to become well-balanced and responsible global citizens while preserving their cultural identity and individualism will always dictate the direction and growth of our school/community. At Royal Academy we strongly believe that the PARENT-STUDENT-SCHOOL link is the KEY to success! We believe that this partnership is necessary to promote the positive attitudes needed to guide and support the learning process for children. I’m always willing to discuss any comments or concerns you may have to insure that this link remains strong throughout the year. Our mission is to empower children in mind, body and spirit to be successful citizens while inspiring them to be life long learners. The priority of school is to challenge children in order to achieve their full academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and physical potential. The school values academic excellence and believes that it is achieved by creating a warm and supportive atmosphere where each child is appreciated and respected. In Royal Academy School we respect our students’ individuality and different ways of learning. Our objective is to develop a child - using a well centered approach that allows students to become self-confident, independent grown-ups. The school affirms that every child can learn and be successful. It is our philosophy and belief that children and their needs are the main concern of us all. "Our students' future rests in the hands of all of us" View full school
  22. Royal House Language School was established in September 2003. The original enrollment was 186 pupils. Now our school community has reached almost 2500 students and we continue to attract more every year. The school is located on Sakkara Road / Marrioteya. It is set on an area of 30000 m2. It serves children in stages of kindergarten up to Secondary. Royal AcaRoyal House Language School was established in September 2003. The original enrollment was 186 pupils. Now our school community has reached almost 2500 students and we continue to attract more every year. The school is located on Sakkara Road / Marrioteya. It is set on an area of 30000 m2. It serves children in stages of kindergarten up to Secondary. Royal Academy has gained a reputation as a school that does its utmost to ensure that the students in attendance experience a warm, safe, and nurturing learning environment. It is a school known for high academic standards and expectations and an ever-evolving curriculum that meets the demands of an ever-changing national and international community. Royal Academy is committed to providing distinctive high-quality education with an emphasis on each student's emotional, physical, and intellectual well-being. Each student comes to our school excited and eager to learn and it is our sincere goal to sustain that excitement and create lifelong learners through the care, support, and guidance of well-educated and dedicated teachers and staff. Through Royal Academy's well-rounded educational program students will have ample time and are encouraged to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities designed to inspire self-confidence and to promote healthy social interactions with their peers. We are always keeping an eye on the horizon and so, it is our mission to create a dynamic environment in which the pursuit of providing our students with the skills and confidence to become well-balanced and responsible global citizens while preserving their cultural identity and individualism will always dictate the direction and growth of our school/community. At Royal Academy, we strongly believe that the PARENT-STUDENT-SCHOOL link is the KEY to success! We believe that this partnership is necessary to promote the positive attitudes needed to guide and support the learning process for children. I’m always willing to discuss any comments or concerns you may have to ensure that this link remains strong throughout the year. Our mission is to empower children in mind, body, and spirit to be successful citizens while inspiring them to be lifelong learners. The priority of the school is to challenge children to achieve their full academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and physical potential. The school values academic excellence and believes that it is achieved by creating a warm and supportive atmosphere where each child is appreciated and respected. In Royal Academy School we respect our students’ individuality and different ways of learning. Our objective is to develop a child - using a well-centered approach that allows students to become self-confident, independent grown-ups. The school affirms that every child can learn and be successful. It is our philosophy and belief that children and their needs are the main concern of us all. "Our students' future rests in the hands of all of us"demy has gained a reputation as a school that does its utmost to ensure that the students in attendance experience a warm, safe and nurturing learning environment. It is a school known for high academic standards and expectations and an ever evolving curriculum that meets the demands of an ever changing national and international community. Royal Academy is committed to providing a distinctive high quality education with an emphasis on each student's emotional, physical and intellectual well being. Each student comes to our school excited and eager to learn and it is our sincere goal to sustain that excitement and create life long learners through the care, support and guidance of well educated and dedicated teachers and staff. Through Royal Academy's well rounded educational program students will have ample time and are encouraged to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities designed to inspire self- confidence and to promote healthy social interactions with their peers. We are always keeping an eye on the horizon and so, it is our mission to create a dynamic environment in which the pursuit of providing our students with the skills and confidence to become well-balanced and responsible global citizens while preserving their cultural identity and individualism will always dictate the direction and growth of our school/community. At Royal Academy we strongly believe that the PARENT-STUDENT-SCHOOL link is the KEY to success! We believe that this partnership is necessary to promote the positive attitudes needed to guide and support the learning process for children. I’m always willing to discuss any comments or concerns you may have to insure that this link remains strong throughout the year. Our mission is to empower children in mind, body and spirit to be successful citizens while inspiring them to be life long learners. The priority of school is to challenge children in order to achieve their full academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and physical potential. The school values academic excellence and believes that it is achieved by creating a warm and supportive atmosphere where each child is appreciated and respected. In Royal Academy School we respect our students’ individuality and different ways of learning. Our objective is to develop a child - using a well centered approach that allows students to become self-confident, independent grown-ups. The school affirms that every child can learn and be successful. It is our philosophy and belief that children and their needs are the main concern of us all. "Our students' future rests in the hands of all of us"
  23. Royal Liberty is a successful school providing an excellent education for boys aged between 11-16. The achievement of boys is important to us and we believe that through learning together boys can excel. We are proud to have been recognized by Ofsted as a ‘good’ school in 2009 and again in 2013. We offer an education that is exciting and challenging for our students. Our commitment is to ensure each one of our students can become a young man who will shape the future of whatever community in which he lives. Our expectations are high. Students are encouraged to work hard, to be determined, and to recognize the value of striving hard for whatever they want to achieve in their lives. We believe in empowering our students so that they can become independent, creative, successful young men. We expect our students to treat each other with respect and to develop an understanding of people whose beliefs and culture are different from their own. To be a growth mindset community where ambition, hard work, and resilience make success for all a reality. Boys are more successful when they learn together. They thrive in an environment in which they are allowed to develop confidence, individuality, and independence. Boys at Royal Liberty succeed because they are inspired to learn, challenged to exceed expectations, and encouraged to persist in the face of adversity. All of our staff work together with students to overcome any barriers to success. We are ambitious for our students and this empowers our students to believe that with hard work persistence and determination they can achieve their goals. Our students learn in an environment firmly rooted in an ethos of respect, understanding, and empathy for others. Our students today are learning to be the young men of the future. At Royal Liberty School, we aim to provide our students with a curriculum that enables them to achieve high academic standards. Students are encouraged to be creative, independent learners. In lessons, they are given opportunities to reflect on their learning. Through regular assessment, teachers guide them into exploring what they have achieved and how they can extend their understanding. Set on one attractive site, the school's historic grade 2 listed main building along with its modern Technology block, Modern Foreign Languages & Art block, Music & Drama block, and pavilion create a magnificent blend of the past with the present. With plenty of open space, playing fields, and manicured memorial gardens, our students enjoy a beautiful and comfortable learning environment. We take great pride in the appearance of our school and developing state-of-the-art facilities to meet the needs of our students. We are committed to achieving high standards for all our students. Our expectations of students are high in terms of academic achievement and personal behavior. As a relatively small secondary school, we believe that we have the opportunity to know each of our students as individuals. Respect for other people is one of our core values and this contributes to a strong school community. Students here are encouraged to take on leadership roles and responsibilities from an early age. We have a strong program of extra-curricular activities and expect our students to make a positive contribution to school life.
  24. The Royal High School is one of the oldest schools in Scotland and we are very proud of our history. We are situated in the west of Edinburgh and are a fully comprehensive, non-denominational high school. We deliver courses at every level up to Advanced Higher and pride ourselves in supporting all learners to achieve at the highest level possible. We believe in providing an excellent and innovative education for our young people which best prepares them for their destination of choice post-school. In addition, we offer a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities to learners. These pages will hopefully provide a flavor of the vibrancy of life in The Royal High School. The Royal High School supports every young person to achieve and attain their very best. We respect individuality and celebrate diversity. We provide opportunities for success through a variety of curricular and extra-curricular options and pathways. We encourage creativity and support our young people to build the skills and resilience they need for the future. We dare to aspire to be the very best we can be. We belong to our school and we are very proud of our tradition and heritage. Our overall aim at The Royal High School is to provide each pupil the opportunity to develop his or her talents and abilities. As parents, you will naturally wish for the best for your child. We, too, share that wish for personal achievement and our efforts are directed towards your child’s education in the widest sense. We want to provide the best possible academic education, but we are also concerned with developing a wide range of personal qualities and skills. Above all, we seek to encourage and support your child’s development into a socially responsible and independent young person. The school will play a major part in achieving these aims, but effective education depends on a partnership between home and school. To realize this partnership, we actively encourage you as parents to take a full and positive interest in your child’s education and to pursue this interest through events such as Parents' Meetings or direct personal contact. An important theme of the school is participation. We encourage our pupils to identify with the school, to be proud of its reputation, and to be involved in the life of the school. We hope that you as a parent will also take an active interest in the life and affairs of the school. The Royal High School is one of the oldest schools in Scotland. It has a unique, long-established history with a record of success and excellence. However, the reputation of the school does not just depend upon its history. The Royal High School of today enjoys an excellent reputation because of its current record of success and achievement in many areas. You will naturally have a range of questions and anxieties concerning your child’s transfer from primary to High School and we hope that this handbook will help to address some of these questions. In line with other Edinburgh schools, our handbook has information about an educational provision in Scotland and Edinburgh generally, as well as in The Royal High School, although we have tried to provide as much practical information about the school as possible. We hope that you find it useful, but if you have any questions, or would like any further information on any aspect of the school or the education of your child, please do not hesitate to contact me.
  25. The Royal High Primary School buildings were completed during 1931. We are all extremely proud of our listed building set within its beautiful grounds. The grounds and buildings, enjoyed by pupils, parents, and staff, help to convey our heritage and enthusiasm for learning. As an ECO school, we are delighted to have gained five Green Flags and you can see one flying proudly in front of the school. We have a strong commitment to our environment and are currently working on achieving our sixth Green Flag. Even though the Royal High Primary School, is no longer associated with the secondary school. Both schools continue to share a common motto “Music Respublica Floret” (the state flourishes by the arts) An additional support need comes from anything which is a barrier to learning. Most, or all, schools will have some children with additional support needs of some kind. The Education Act 2004 sets out a framework for the provision of school education for children and young people with additional needs. All teachers at The Royal High Primary work to the literacy and dyslexic friendly classroom guidelines and provide an all-inclusive classroom to meet the many different learning needs of our pupils. Class Ethos: Safe, supportive environment (it is okay to ask questions and make mistakes!) Opportunities for taking responsible roles Clear rules and routines that help build individual organizational skills Appropriate pace and challenge Appropriate praise and encouragement Individuals are equal and valued Teaching Methods: A multi-sensory approach to reach auditory/visual and kinaesthetic learners Clear (visual) overview of the day Each lesson begins with the ‘Big Picture’ and has a ‘summing up’ Clear instructions broken into relevant parts (visual reminders if possible) Formative assessment – focus on strengths Range of teaching strategies (thinking time, buddies, and more) Use of Literacy and Dyslexia Guidelines Relevant, differentiated resources (including ICT, colored paper, whiteboard backgrounds) Learning Assistant support where appropriate. Seating and Grouping: Children have a clear view of the teaching screen and visual prompts Children work in a variety of groupings and partners ( mixed ability unless for specific literacy/numeracy lessons) Resources labeled and easily accessible We are committed to a clean, healthy, and safe environment for all and everyone is fully engaged in this process. The School ECO Board includes a representative from each class who meets each term to take our ECO work forward. The ECO WARRIOR news sheet is published each term which keeps everyone informed of the latest news, projects, views, and competitions. To make sure that all the important jobs are done and that the highest ECO standards are maintained the following roles are responsibly carried out by nominated pupils of the Royal High Primary School: Recycling Officers, Health Promoters, The Quad Squad, The Wildlife Team, Junior Road Safety Officers, Recycling Officers, and the school Litter Patrol. Our Healthy No Snacks in Packs policy encourages pupils to eat fruit at break times and keeps litter to a minimum.
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