When you are looking to enrol your child in the Invictus secondary school in Cambodia, there are a few things that you need to check.
The location of a school is important because it affects the quality of education. Schools in rural areas are cheaper but have a smaller student body and fewer facilities. Urban schools are more expensive but have a larger student body and better facilities.
Accreditation is a process in which a school’s academic programs are reviewed by an outside agency to ensure they meet certain standards. It’s an important part of the school selection process because it ensures that your child will receive a quality education at an international school.
There are a few things you should check before enrolling your child in international school. One of them is the transportation system of the school. Some schools have buses, others don’t. If they do, what is the frequency of buses? And if they don’t, how will your child commute from home to school and back?
There are a variety of different accommodation options available to students. Your child may stay with a host family, live in student dormitories or apartments, or choose to stay with other students in their own apartments. You can also opt for your child to live at one of the many international schools that have on-site hotels where they can stay during breaks and holidays.
The infrastructure should be adequate for students to learn in. The classrooms should be good enough to provide a conducive environment for the students to learn, and the labs should have all necessary instruments. The playgrounds should have enough equipment for sports, and there should be plenty of space outside the school premises as well.
Curriculum is the study plan for a school. It should be aligned with the national curriculum and based on the child’s age, ability and interest.
Safety and Security
Safety and security is a top priority for all international schools. In fact, it should be one of the first things you look at when deciding which school to enroll your child in. You want to make sure that the school has a safety and security plan in place, as well as a team to look after the safety of students. The school should also have a system in place to keep parents informed about any concerns they may have regarding their child’s safety.
Know everything about a school before enrolling your child.
- Location of the school
- Accreditation of the school
- Transportation options available to students
- Accommodation options available to students and their families.
- Facilities available to students: sports facilities, library, auditorium and canteen.
- Curriculum of the school.
You can ask these questions at orientations when you visit different schools.
We hope this blog post has helped you in knowing what to look out for when enrolling your child in an international school.