A registration fee of £100 is paid on acceptance of a place and parents are then liable for the first term’s fees. All fees must be paid on or before the first day of term.
A term’s notice of intention to remove a child from the school is required. If no such notice is given, parents become liable for a full term’s fees.
The scale of fees for the academic year 2012/2013 is presented below.
These fees are inclusive of books and stationery.
Additional charges will be made for field trips and examination fees.
LIST OF FEES
- £3179 per term
- Reception to Year 2:
- £3149 per term
- Juniors (Year 3-6):
- £3414 per term
- Upper School:
- £3,764 per term
- Hot lunches daily:
- £210 per term
Fees will be revised annually
STATEMENT OF ETHOS AND AIMS
Cambridge International School aims to provide a broad interesting and challenging educational environment with a strong international emphasis. Our ethos is to combine the best of the traditional with the best of the new technology to inspire, challenge and enthuse.
ADMISSIONS, DISCIPLINE & EXCLUSIONS POLICY
Our policy is to be academically non-selective. We strongly encourage good behaviour and have a system of rewards and sanctions in place. The ultimate sanction is exclusion. Details of our policy can be found on-line and will be given as hard copy on request.
STATEMENTED PUPILS & PUPILS FOR WHOM ENGLISH IS AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE
Our school welcomes pupils of all abilities, proclivities and languages. We will cater for all disabilities that we are able to and have a detailed programme of intensive tuition for those beginning to speak English. We also encourage the continued use of mother tongues.
WELFARE, HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY
The school has a zero-tolerance policy on bullying. Our written policy is prepared in accordance with the DfES guidance on Bullying: don’t suffer in silence.
- CHILD PROTECTION
The school has a set of policies and practices to safeguard and promote the welfare of all our children. This policy is prepared in accordance with DfES guidance on Protecting Children from Abuse.
- SCHOOL VISITS
The school undertakes to safeguard and promote the health and safety of pupils on activities outside the school. This policy is prepared in accordance with DfES guidance on Health and Safety of Pupils on Educational Visits.
- PROMOTION OF GOOD BEHAVIOUR
The school uses a system of rewards and sanctions to promote good behaviour.
We use the International Primary Curriculum for most subject areas in our infants and juniors and selected parts of the National Curriculum for Literacy and Numeracy. Upper School students study Cambridge Checkpoint and the IGCSE.
IGCSE’s have been taken this academic year. We achieved a 100% pass rate with results ranging between A* and C. We will update this section annually.