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Secondary Student Council

Secondary Student Council provides a representative structure where students can debate issues of concern and undertake initiatives of

benefit to the school and the wider community. In kipling, students have a voice and a contribution to make to their school . Today, they were given the opportunity to express their views on issues concerning the school canteen.

Book Character

Foundation and Primary students exploring creative thinking through dressing up as their favourite book character. Hats off for effort

and imagination!

School House

In Kipling, We believe that rewarding students encourages and endorses school effort. That’s why in Secondary, we developed a

house points tracking and reward system. This system increases students’ motivation, raises participation in the everyday classroom tasks and enhances their learning. In addition to that, it has successfully nurtured a healthy competitive spirit among students as they work collaboratively as a team. Winning students receive different gifts as: out of uniform pass, homework free night, quiz retake,…etc. As boosting students self-esteem is our priority, we asked our students to choose and design logos for the school houses and they excelled in that. They came up with our four main houses: tigers, bears, eagles and lions. We will always be working with our students until they reach their full potential.

Secondary Character

Day 1: Movie Character Day ‘A joyful spirit is an evidence of a grateful heart, so we decided to move through each day with a happy spirit.’

Day 2: Egyptian theme ‘Real beauty lies within’ Day 3: Throwback to the seventies. ‘We don’t design clothes, we design dreams’ #Spirit_Week #kipling_school #SVS


Good beginnings make big differences and every year brings a positive change. Year 7 students and teachers were warmly welcomed

to begin this academic year with new opportunities, inspirations and energies.

School Director Message

Welcome to Kipling School,
As part of the non-profit Child and Society Development Institute and Smart Village Schools, Kipling offers an outstanding educational experience at an affordable cost. Students follow the English National Curriculum in conjunction with the Cambridge International Primary Curriculum leading to Cambridge Checkpoint, IGCSEs, AS and A levels. Graduating students can access both Egyptian and International universities and are fine examples of our vision to develop learners with an International perspective that respect Egyptian Heritage.Facilities are excellent and include state-of-the-art computer and science labs, well equipped music and art rooms as well as access to Smart Village’s sports club where students swim and enjoy physical exercise in a modern and safe environment.Most teachers hold UK post graduate certificates in education and all members of the teaching staff are committed to delivering high quality child centred teaching and learning. We firmly believe in the three Ts of teamwork, technology and thinking. Our students will be prepared for the challenges that a fast changing World will bring and become valued members of society.Through our House system (Air, Earth, Fire and Water) we motivate students to reach their full academic potential, encourage creativity, social responsibility and understanding of others.I urge you to visit us and see what makes Kipling a unique school.

James Batten 
Kipling School Director


Years of Experience
Qualified Teachers


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