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Maadi Community School

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02 2358 5911

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10 Rd. 77, Off Damascus St., Maadi, Cairo Show On Map

Maadi Community School

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about Maadi Community School

Our Mission is that Maadi Community School will: Integrate Christian faith and dynamic learning in its curriculum and teaching Encourage students to reach their potential through excellence in curriculum, teaching and management Aim to exceed internationallyMaadi Community School provides affordable education primarily for children of expatriate development workers and other expatriate families in Cairo, through a rich and challenging internationally recognized curriculum.

 

Our Vision:

Maadi Community School educates students to become independent thinkers, life-long learners, to respect others and to integrate a Christian worldview into their lives – focussing on the ‘whole child’.

 

Our Mission is that Maadi Community School will:

Integrate Christian faith and dynamic learning in its curriculum and teaching

Encourage students to reach their potential through excellence in curriculum, teaching and management

Aim to exceed internationally recognized academic standards through excellence in teaching, studies and school administration

Create a nurturing Christian environment

Equip students to influence their world through Biblical thought, action and character

 

 

MCS provides a positive spiritual and diverse educational experience for all students and their families. MCS primarily serves the children of expatriate development workers in unison with local & international churches, which extends to and includes the wider community.

 

“Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” Romans 12:2

 

Statement of Faith:

MCS agrees upon the Apostles’ Creed as indicating the basic convictions of the organisation :

 

I believe in God the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth: And in Jesus Christ His only Son, our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead and buried; He descended into hell: the third day He rose again from the dead; He ascended into heaven, and sits at the right hand of God, the Father Almighty; from there He shall come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic [universal] church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.

 

Upon this foundation of our faith, we covenant with one another and with God to labour together as true disciples of Jesus Christ.

 

At MCS we provide a caring learning environment, where our expectations of the students – both academically and personally – are challenging. We explicitly teach Intellectual Character Virtues to our students, supporting them as they develop Intellectual Courage, Curiosity, Carefulness, Fair-mindedness, Tenacity, Humility and Honesty. We also encourage our staff to continue to grow their faith and develop their professional skills through inservice training and external accreditation.

 

The school uses the British National Curriculum for England & Wales and aims to meet or surpass the British National standards; we are not a postal service delivering a curriculum, we are here to facilitate, inspire and challenge our students to greater heights, more complex questioning skills, critical thinking and understanding. Each teacher has the target statements or key objectives for Maths and English, Science etc made available to them and receives training on this during the induction week in August before school begins. This training runs alongside a focus on brain compatible learning, modalities and so on.

 

The children come from over 11 different countries.  We set standards as though the children are all native English speakers and the majority of our children speak English fluently.  There is a minimum level of English, which children need to have before they can enter the school although we have seen an influx of families from non-english speaking countries and therefore we have  expanded our EAL provision.

 

Elementary (Reception – G5) classes work on Reading, Writing (Literacy) and Maths (Numeracy) in the mornings and stay with their own class teacher for these core subjects. The afternoons are left for Science, Social Studies, Bible, ICT, Art, Music, Eco-studies (hydroponics / paper brick making / permaculture etc), Arabic, Drama and PE, some of these subjects are taught by subject specialists. Secondary students (G6 – 8) have specialist subject teachers for each class: English, Maths, Science, Bible History, Geography, ICT, French, Arabic, Drama, Art and PE. Classes are occasionally vertically grouped dependent upon the numbers of children in each Grade, although this is not the case at the moment.

 

Extra curricula activities always vary. We have had Dance, Music appreciation and composition, Still-life drawing, Eco Warriors, Choir, Violin, Guitar, Trumpet, Soccer, Basketball, Chess, Drama, Pickleball,Four Square and African Drumming clubs.

 

The PE programme has included tennis coaching, gymnastics, swimming, basketball and badminton. Many students also participate in extra curricular sports run in Maadi by parents from various schools. These include baseball, soccer and basketball at various times during the year. recognized academic standards through excellence in teaching, studies and school administration Create a nurturing Christian environment Equip students to influence their world through Biblical thought, action and character MCS provides a positive spiritual and diverse educational experience for all students and their families. MCS primarily serves the children of expatriate development workers in unison with local & international churches, which extends to and includes the wider community.

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