Most students enroll at the beginning of the school year or at the start of the second term in early January. A student may be admitted to the School at any time during the school year (if places are available).
SCREENING AND INTERVIEWS
Early Years Foundation Stage – All children applying for admission are asked to come into the school for an informal trial day and interview before formal acceptance can be offered. (If application for admission is during the summer months, the first day in the school will be considered a trial session and interview. The formal acceptance will be offered accordingly.) The trial day/interview, which enables applicants and teachers to meet and interact with each other in the actual school environment, helps to identify any issues that may affect the applicant’s ability to comfortably access the programme, while also serving as an informal orientation for the children who are accepted to the Early Years Unit.
Primary School Years 1-6 – Children applying for admission to Year 1- 6 are required to have a meeting with the Principal and/or the Head of School. In reviewing an applicant’s eligibility we look at current/prior school records. If the pupil cannot provide previous school records a formal interview is required which may include the child attending school for a day on a trial basis to assess their ability to access the curriculum.
Secondary School Years 7-9 – Children applying for admission to Year 7-9 are required to have a formal interview, which should be done with at least one of the the child`s parents/guardians. As part of the interview process the applicant will be required to take a formal test in both English and mathematics. In reviewing an applicant’s eligibility we look at his/her school records In instances in which we have some question regarding the applicant’s ability to access the curriculum. Further to this we may also require the applicant to attend school for a day or longer on a trial basis.
Secondary School Years 10-13 – Children applying for admission to Year 10-13 are required to have a formal interview, which should be done with at least one of the child`s parents/guardians. As part of the interview process the applicant will be required to take a formal test in both English and Mathematics. In reviewing an applicant’s eligibility we look at his/her school records In instances in which we have some questions regarding the applicant’s ability to access the curriculum. Further to this we may also require the applicant to attend school for a day or longer on a trial basis. With the advance level of the education programme it may be deemed that the child may not enter the school if it is felt that their English language skills will make it impossible to access the exams that would follow. The School requires that International students coming from outside the borders of Ukraine that is not from a russian speaking country have the student records written in English or translated into English from the applicant`s previous school before any student is accepted. These records may include reports, transcripts, and results of standardised tests, any reports by a counsellor or psychologist and recommendations. The School reserves the right to contact the applicant`s previous school prior to acceptance.
- The parents will then complete an application form. After this the parents will be asked to supply the following documents.
- Copy of the birth certificate.
- Copy of passport if applicable (International children only.
- Copies of parents passports.
- Original or a notarised copy of the child`s vaccination card.
- Form Number 26. (International parents may give a letter stating that their child is fit and free from any infectious disease whilst they are applying for this card.)
- Once the fees have been paid the parent/s will then sign the school contract which will include the school rules.
- The parent/s will then visit the accounts office to receive instruction on payment method.