Badr International Schools consists of both the American and the British System. We offer a friendly and productive learning environment for the sake of our students’ academic and social development that we take extremely seriously.
The National Curriculum of England is extremely popular in Egypt among expatriates. The planned structure of the curriculum takes care of a child's education requirements from the age of 3 to 18.
The National Curriculum of England is framed on the basis of four key stages:
key stage one: ages five to seven (years one to two)
key stage two: ages 7-11 (years three to six)
key stage three: ages 11-14 (years seven to nine)
key stage four: ages 14-16 (years 10-11)
at the end of key stage four students appear for General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations.
Many schools in Egypt also offer students opportunities to appear for International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations, which is an internationally recognized qualification for students in the 14-16 age group.
British system is very strong in writing, reading and
Our British division currently consists of the following academic levels:
.Y1 .Y2 .Y3 .Y4 .Y5 .Y6.Y7.Y8