It is helpful if your child is able to accompany you on your initial visit, but we recognise that this is not always possible. However, it is certainly the case that the more information we have, the easier it is for us to prepare for your child’s first day at school. For this reason, we request that you bring with you a copy of your child’s latest school reports, preferably translated into English, and any other relevant details such as examination results.
During your visit, we will explain to you:
- the formal admissions procedure
- the details of our Education system
- all payments due, stating refund and notice requirements
- whether or not there is a waiting list at your child’s level.
We will provide you with a school brochure and should you wish, answer your more detailed questions on such matters as school uniform, transport, school routines, extracurricular activities and lunch arrangements.
You may also have the opportunity to meet with the Principal or the appropriate Head of School. It may also be helpful for you to meet other senior or specialist teachers, though this may not always be possible on your initial visit. The Admissions staff will be able to guide you through the process and advise you on class placement and choice of academic subjects. However, it must be clearly understood that such advice does not constitute part of the formal offer. Only senior academic staff can confirm such details after receipt of the formal application and following initial assessments.
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