Once accepted, the EAL/Learning Support team, teachers and teaching assistant work together to ensure that your child is given the best support possible. In cases where a child requires one-on-one support, the employment and cost of this is met by the parent.
As an international school that teaches in English, some students need additional support with their English language development. We have dedicated English as an Additional Language (EAL) teachers in Primary and Secondary who are there to help students who are struggling with the language.
If you think that your child might need some learning support, please discuss this with the Admissions team as early as possible.