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Why Send Your Children To An International School?

More than half of international assignmentes move with their children. One of their greatest concerns is how the overseas move may affect their children’s education or longer-term career prospects.
Expat families in the UK have the choice of sending their children to either a UK public school or a private independent school. They can also choose to send their children abroad (each school usually teaching in the student’s native language). Each school has its merits and each child’s needs must be considered when choosing the best school.

We are a top international school and offer these benefits:

Students can make friends and settle down in a friendly environment thanks to the diverse enrollment of nationalities.
Students can apply on a rolling basis, as we recognize the unpredictable nature international assignments. English is the language of instruction. However, English language support is available for those students who do not speak English.
Students and their families receive support through the school community, programmes, and other programs to help them adjust to their new country.

Students will benefit from a high-quality, ‘portable education’ through the Canadian and International Baccalaureate programs.

What impact does international education have on students? A recent alumni survey revealed that international school students leave school well prepared for work and further study. The survey revealed that international school students have a greater range of skills, including time management, critical analysis, and independent thinking, than those who studied in a national qualification program.

Nearly all respondents believed that the Canadian curriculum prepared them for their careers. 76% of respondents named appreciation of other cultures as the top quality. 57% of respondents said that their education has helped them to develop an inquiring mind. 58% named communication skills, and 60% self-management skills.