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GIS British School
GIS British School
Gheriany British International School is a private school that offers British education to students of all Nationalities, following the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum for students from 3 to 5 years old and the CIPP (Cambridge International Primary Program) throughout the remainder of the primary and lower secondary years. At GIS British School we aim to provide a curriculum with learning opportunities that recognize and celebrate each child’s individual uniqueness, develop their full potential and prepare them to meet new challenges. The Primary Programme (CIPP) develops Literacy, Numeracy and Science skills in our students. It provides a natural progression through the stages of primary education and focuses on what students should be able to do at each of the primary stages. The curriculum is designed to help parents understand their child’s abilities, strengths, and weaknesses which helps teachers to know which areas to focus on for each student. From the beginning of Upper Primary, CIPP provides teachers with a summative assessment at the end of each academic year in Literacy, Numeracy, and Science. These tests are called CIPP Progression Tests. These tests enable teachers to track the progression students are achieving as they progress through the Upper Primary years and supplies teachers with an International Benchmark.
GIS British Students completing Year 6 will sit for the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint examinations within all three subject areas. The Checkpoint is designed to supply feedback to teachers, students, and parents; providing them with a transferable indication of academic progress and achievement. Students who sit for the examinations also receive certification of achievement. Cambridge also issues a report that gives information about the questions that provide evidence of the student’s strengths and weakness. The CIPP is an excellent framework for learning in the Primary Years and provides a solid foundation for progression into secondary education, Cambridge IGCSE. Collins textbooks and those issued by the Cambridge University Press are the two leading textbook providers for students enrolled in the IGCSE program. After successfully completing IGCSE exams in Year 10, students can choose to take A Levels (the traditional British route into university) or the increasingly valued IB diploma. The curriculum is rigorous and will allow students to enter the best universities around the world.
Although GIS is English in character and curriculum, it is sensitive to its location. The school, therefore, delivers the necessary Ministry of Education curriculum in Arabic, Egyptian Social Studies and Religion to its Egyptian students and Arabic as a Foreign Language to non-Arabic speakers. Our intention at GIS British School is to provide a high-quality learning experience for your child through fun, interesting and challenging activities. Together we aim to give every child the opportunity to develop and enjoy his or her maximum potential, not only in academic work but also in creative, sporting and social activities, to prepare them to understand and live a productive lifestyle in a fast-changing society.
We are very excited to announce the opening of the British section at GIS, admissions are available for FS1, FS2, Yr. 1, Yr. 2, Yr. 3, Yr.4, Yr.5, Yr.6, Yr.7, Yr.8, Yr.9, Yr.10
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