Setting up Schools

1st : to provide you with an overview of the stages of setting up a school and the key elements that 1st: make-up the project.

2nd : to provide you with a clear grasp of the work that all sections of the project are undertaking.

Strands

The project is divided into nine different areas; the team has chosen to identify these areas with the title strands. Each of the strands has essential responsibilities and associated key dates. The strands are as follows:
  • Construction & Fit Out
  • Financial & Legal
  • Curriculum Development
  • Student Enrollment
  • Student Needs
  • Human Resources
  • PR/Communications
  • Government Liaison
  • Parent Liaison

We will provide essential advice to set up and manage an international school, based on the expertise of our team of international educators and academic experts.

To ensure success, it is important to have a powerful vision and to define the school’s mission in a lucid statement. This has become even more vital as the number of international schools multiplies, particularly in Asia. From the vision and mission statement should flow the school’s policies on all aspects of the curriculum, learning and teaching, management, student admissions and teacher recruitment.

Our Advisory Team includes business entrepreneurs and managers, heads of school, curriculum developers, language and communications experts. The members of the teamhave proven track records in renowned educational institutions in Asia, Europe and North America, including International Baccalaureate (IB) World Schools.

We can effectively advise clients to manage or set up the school they want to build, drawing from wide experience, on all stages of the project.