You will find below a list of the branches popular international and bilingual teachers. We have branches of science, technology includes education on good habitsry modules. secondary (high) schools for you to find the right school to prepare for the International Baccalaureate and other accreditation in the world. Some high schools may follow the American or British curriculums with English speaking programs while others are regulated under the French education system.
The English education system has an excellent reputation and parents send their children to our schools from around the world. The system is overseen by the Department for Education and Department for Business - Innovation and Skills. Local authorities (LAS) are responsible for implementing policy for public education and state schools at a regional level. Education is mandatory from ages between 5 and 16 (raised to 18 in 2013 for 16-year-olds and 2015 for 17-year-olds). Under the National Curriculum, all pupils undergo National Curriculum Tests (NCTs) towards the ends of Key Stage 2 in the core subjects of Literacy, Numeracy and Science. Pupils normally take GCSE exams in the last two years of Key Stage 4, but may also choose to work towards the attainment of alternative qualifications, such as the GNVQ. The Sixth Form (sometimes referred to as Key Stage 5) describes the years 12 and 13 of the schooling system. This the final (optional) two years of secondary education, where students, usually sixteen to eighteen years of age, prepare for their A-level (or equivalent) examinations. Other qualifications and courses include Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) qualifications, the International Baccalaureate (IB)
International schools can be the perfect solution for an expat student (multinational corporation executives, children of diplomats, NGO staff) in the Uganda. International schools provide similar standards of schooling around the globe, making for an easy transition between schools whether they are in France or Belgium. There is usually local population, as well as an international student body. Schools may follow a curriculum model from the US, France Belgium, or other school system. Primary instruction may be any language (and multiple languages are usually taught), but it is usually in English Kirundi Kiganda and Franch. Schools also provide internationally accepted accreditation such as the international baccalaureate Admission and enrollment procedures vary from school to school. Space is often limited and preference may be given to students based on nationality. Tuition tends to be expensive based on local standards, but offers high standards of learning, boast smaller class sizes, first-rate facilities, and extracurricular. Boarding facilities are available at some schools, but most only provide day classes.
Council of International school is a non-profit association of international schools and secondary institutions which provides multy educational , teacher and leadership recruitment services, links to international education as well, governance assistance and help with founding new schools.