British Educational Schools
English National Curriculum/IGCSE
Foundation: 0155888013 Primary: 0155888016 Secondary: 0155888017
The British Educational Schools is the first English National Curriculum/IGCSE School in
ü offer fully segregated secondary teaching;
ü fully administer the English National Curriculum tests (SATs) from Year 2 to Year 9;
ü Win the 2010 Senior Khartoum Spelling Bee, a competition to which all English medium schools in the Khartoum area were invited, and achieve second/third place in the Juniors;
ü cater for students aged 2-16;
ü teach French from Year 3;
The British Educational Schools also boasts:
ü Qualified & experienced Sudanese & expatriate teachers;
ü Strong emphasis on Arabic and Religious Studies;
ü Runner-up in 2010 English Schools’ Football Competition;
ü Caring teaching environment based upon mutual respect.
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The British Educational Schools……….....................
a new vision in English Curriculum education tailored to
Sudan’s requirements in the 21st Century.
Sabrine Hisham Reem Ali Maimuna Hisham
The administration of the British Educational Schools would like to warmly congratulate Sabrine Hisham Yousef, and her mother Nada Hassan Taha, for her fantastic achievement winning the inaugural senior
Khartoum Spelling Bee competition.
We would also like to warmly congratulate Reem Ali Abdel Razig, her mother Ijlal Mohamed Abdel Aziz and Sabrine’s younger sister Maimouna for achieving second and third place respectively in the junior competition.
This achievement is all the more impressive given that the Spelling Bee was based on US spelling lists not part of the English National Curriculum we follow; some of the schools we beat follow the US curriculum and hence teach and assess knowledge of these lists on a regular basis.
It is worth noting that all major English medium schools in the
Khartoum area were invited to participate in this competition (some declined to enter).
The British Educational Schools would also like to congratulate Nisreen
Osman Ahmed and her mother Sumayya Ali Muhammad Al-Tayyib for the excellent results - 6 A*s and 1 A - she achieved in the last session of the IGCSE examinations.
We would also like to congratulate Mustafa Ishaq Osman Eisa and his mother Hajer Muhammad Ahmed for achieving 3rd rank, as well as Abu Bakr Al-Zubeir Osman Ahmed and his mother Ibtisam Muhammad Ali, and Malaz Osman Mubarak Haj Ismail and her mother Shadia Osman Abdel Ghaffar, for achieiving 4th rank in the last session of the Sudan Primary Certificate examinations.
Moreover, we would like to congratulate our students on their excellent results in the English National Curriculum assessments this year, competing against students in the
UK whose mother tongue is English:
KS3 Assessments - Maths: 15% at Level 8, remaining 91% at Level 7; Science: 38% at Level 7, remaining 80% at Level 6; English: 20% at Level 7, remaining 92% of class at expected level for Year 9.
Year 7 Progress Tests – Maths 13% at Level 6, remaining 86% at Level 5; English: 18% at Level 6.
KS2 Assessments – Science: 20% of Year 6 at Level 5, remaining 58% at Level 4; Maths: 7% at Level 5, remaining 57% at Level 4; English: 27% at Level 5, remaining 45% at Level 4.
Year 5 Tests: English Writing: 14% at Level 5.
KS1 Assessments: 62% of Year 2 achieved Level 3 in Maths, 26% achieved level 3 in English Reading test.