Pastoral


Concern for the well-being, welfare and development of every individual in the School community is a cornerstone of the Cairo English School. We recognise that every student will perform to the best of their ability if they are confident, secure, well-motivated and happy.We recognise that every student will perform to the best of their ability if they are confident, secure, well-motivated and happy. We believe that each student possesses unique qualities which must be recognised and nurtured.

At CES, we work hard to build relationships between staff and students based on mutual trust, respect and regard. This allows the school to produce reflective students who are kind and respectful.

Discipline is firm but not oppressive. We treat every incident on a case by case basis, ensuring every student is treated with disciplinary fairness and respect. CES helps students to recognise their responsibilities and encourages students to be independent and to take initiatives. At the same time, students are expected to work effectively as members of a team.

Every student is valued at CES. The school does not accept discrimination on any grounds and promotes equality of opportunity at all times. We are proud that every student at CES feels comfortable in the knowledge that there is a person or persons to whom they can turn for support, advice or protection. The school promotes an atmosphere of co-operation and friendliness, with an effective system for recognising and dealing with instances of bullying. Positive behaviour is always rewarded and negative behaviour always corrected.

All teachers have a pastoral role. CES recognises that a teachers’ role is wider than the delivery of the subject they are teaching or the activity they are supervising.CES recognises that a teachers’ role is wider than the delivery of the subject they are teaching or the activity they are supervising. Students (in particular the more senior students) also recognise that they have a pastoral role to play with their fellow students. In order to achieve this, a system of providing opportunities in taking on responsibilities and exercising qualities of leadership are offered from an early an age.

All areas of the curriculum provide opportunities to develop the above. Some areas however, provide specific opportunities in this respect. Examples of these would include PSHE, tutorial time, School Council, Drama, PE and Games. Decision making, morality, citizenship, developing self awareness and communication skills, taking responsibility, developing emotional intelligence and so on are all nurtured in these activities.


Behaviour


Our Aims


At the Cairo English School we aim to :

  • Prepare our students for adult life and enable them to become responsible, reliable, valuable and valued citizens.
  • Produce reflective individuals who show kindness and respect for others.
  • Develop our students’ ability to function as contributing members of cooperative groups and teams.
  • Enable our students to work independently and with self discipline.
  • Enable our students to develop satisfactory personal relationships.


Our Values


At the Cairo English School, we recognise and promote the values of :

  • Honesty.
  • Trust.
  • Coooperation, responsibility and solidarity.
  • Tolerance.
  • Respect for oneself, others and the environment.

These values and the School Mission & Vision Statements provide the ethos for the standards of behaviour we expect throughout the School.

We believe that the development of self control and self discipline and an acceptance of responsibility are essential to maintain a happy atmosphere. These qualities also enable individuals to grow. We value greatly the need to develop politeness, good manners and punctuality.

Teachers treat students with consideration and respect. As a result, we believe that students will learn to respect themselves, each other and the environment. We strongly believe in the promotion of tolerance for every individual’s race, gender, religion, age, lifestyle and point of view.

Teachers are consistent and diligent in encouraging positive attitudes and acceptable standards of behaviour.We recognise the importance of rewarding positive behaviour as well as the need to punish behaviour which is unacceptable. We recognise the importance of rewarding positive behaviour as well as the need to punish behaviour which is unacceptable.

In order to provide a safe and orderly atmosphere and environment, a number of rules and routines are required of which students must be aware and teachers will enforce in a fair and consistent way.


Primary School
Behaviour Policy


CES strives at all times to create and sustain a safe environment for our students and to engender a sense of responsibility for their behaviour. We require that our students :

  • Do be gentle.
  • Do be kind and helpful.
  • Do be honest.
  • Do work hard.
  • Do look after property.
  • Do listen to people.


The Primary School Behaviour Policy rules are as follows :

  • Bags are to be hung up or put away tidily in bag racks.
  • Chewing gum and sweets are banned.
  • Eating and drinking (except water) are only permitted in designated areas at correct times.
  • Rubbish must be thrown away in the bins provided. Ideally waste should be placed in an appropriate recycling bin.
  • Children must remain seated during eating times.
  • Balls must not be used in the front courtyard.
  • Balls must not be used after the bell has rung.
  • Wheely bags are not permitted for safety reasons.
  • Children must not use any room unless there is an adult present.
  • Children must get permission from an adult to use the school telephone.
  • There must be no running in the corridors.
  • Speak only English in British National curriculum lessons (unless under special circumstances).
  • Verbal aggression or swearing is unacceptable.
  • Physical aggression and violence are forbidden.
  • Do not bring valuable possessions or toys into school, unless under special circumstances.
  • No mobile phones, cameras or MP3 players.
  • No fizzy drinks or chocolate; children are encouraged to bring in healthy packed lunches.
  • Do not order food delivery to reception after school for your child.

Uniform

Cairo English School prides itself, not only on its academic standards, but on the standards of dress for all students which promote a sense of identity and belonging. School uniform is important because it plays a valuable role in contributing to the ethos of a school and setting an appropriate tone:

  • It instills pride.
  • Support positive behaviour and discipline.
  • Encourages identity with, and support for our school ethos.
  • It ensures pupils of all races and backgrounds feel welcome.
  • It protects children from social pressures to dress in a particular way.
  • It nurtures cohesion.
  • It promotes good relations between different groups of pupils.

Please make every effort to ensure that your children are dressed appropriately.


Primary and Secondary


Summer Uniform

  • White Polo-Shirt or shirt with CES Logo.
  • Beige School Trousers, Shorts or Skirt.
  • School Jumper or Gilet.
  • Shoes must be plain black and leather.
  • Socks must be plain black or white.
  • Hair bobbles and head scarves must be white.
  • No jewellry other than one stud in each ear and a watch.


Winter Uniform

All students must also wear a blazer and tie from October Half Term to Easter


P.E. Uniform

  • P.E. T-shirt and Shorts.
  • School Tracksuit (optional).
  • Trainers.

Open Sitemap

Close Sitemap

Sitemap

Housed in an impressive campus in New Cairo, CES has established itself as one of Cairo’s leading schools, providing British based international education that delivers a tailored curriculum. An Esol Education school, CES is part of a network of exceptional international schools around the world in locations such as Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Cairo, Nicosia and Lebanon.

powered by finalsite