This system is a traditional feature of schools in the English-speaking world, particularly in Commonwealth countries, originating in England. The school is divided into subunits called ‘Houses’ and each student/ class is allocated to one House. We have 4 Houses in Kipling represented by:

House 1: Earth: Colour Green 

House 2: Water: Colour Blue 

House 3: Fire: Colour Red 

House 4: Air: Colour White

This system creates competition, promotes good work and behaviour, encourages teamwork, provides opportunities to take on responsibilities and brings everyone in the school together.

At Kipling school, we want to bring their classroom lessons to life.

Participating in school trips allow students the opportunity to implement all their educational theories into real life experiences, enjoying a unique learning and cultural experience outside a classroom.

In addition to all the fun they have, students learn to be independent, collaborate in groups and interact in a practical manner and learn about different cultures.

On a social level, students are more likely to flourish and become more creative, assertive and confident.

Agawani Farms – G1
Club Liko – Pre-K
The Islamic Museum – G10
The Cinema – G1
Sakkara Pyramids – G8
The Religious Complex – G7
The Pharonic Village – G4 ​
Gayer Anderson Museum – G4​
Pharonic Village – G3
Mohamed Ali Palace – G5