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Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by bigfatgit, Apr 2, 2011.
The one that refers to itself as THE not the one with the 49.8m swimming pool
Cheesiness aside - is THE school any good? DO you know anyone who works there or has any experience as a parent? If it is best avoided, which Egyptian schools would you recommend?
Clues about good schools:
1) They tend to have actual photographs of the school on the website, not architect's paintings
2) The contact address isn't usually name / title @ publicprovider.com, it tends to be something like firstname.lastname@example.org
3) They don't offer huge discounts to try and poach students from other schools
Try reading the school prospectus. It is quite humourous;
"we implement the British National Curriculum for England and Wales" and as for the "quotes" from the students...
Would you get a work permit if you got a job here? Something that you would have to ask, especially with the new labour laws looming
I love the smell of sarcasm in the morning!
jlaird - you have PM.