ANTI-BULLYING POLICY Park House English School aims to create an environment where students feel that they are able to report bullying incidents and where prompt decisive action will be taken. The safety of the student being bullied and the student reporting the bullying is paramount. The student will be informed of how the incident is being dealt with by… Read more >
PROCEDURE FOR CONCERNS Park House English School welcomes suggestions and comments from parents and takes seriously any concerns that are raised. We encourage parents to bring these to our attention as early as possible so that we have the opportunity to rectify a problem or explain the school’s position before a concern becomes more serious… Read more >
BEHAVIOUR (under review) Park House English School believes that learning is a continuous process and while learning is not confined to a school building, it is the primary function of the school. The school must evolve a certain set of rules and regulations to guide its participants and to facilitate the performance of this function. These rules should reflect a balance between the responsibilities and rights of the student and the responsibilities and rights of the group… Read more >
DIGITAL LEARNING AND EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY
The internet (includes website, social media, Office 365 platform etc.) is a valuable resource for education for the PHES community. It allows showcasing of work as well as enhancing student learning. However, the internet also contains an unregulated collection of resources and PHES cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information… Read more >
- Please see the school website for the Ministry of Education (MoE) approved school fees.
- The Application Fee is charged on selection to be considered for a place in the waiting pool
and is non – refundable.
- The Registration Fee is charged on entry to the school and is non-refundable.
- Test Fees are only charged on sitting a test and are non â€“ refundable.
- The annual school fees are to be paid in three instalments as follows: 1st September, 1st December and 1st March of each academic year… Read more >