Join our live session

Q&A with ICS Leadership

This Q&A is being hosted especially for interested families looking to learn more about ICS. Discover why ICS is the school of choice for embassy, NGO and expat families in Jordan.

Our Senior Leadership Team will cover everything from pedagogy to best practice to what it is about ICS that allows children to #thrive, even in a constantly changing academic environment.

Upcoming Session

Tuesday 13 April @ 12.45pm (GMT+3)

Another Q&A series will be hosted mid May to June, check back for dates in early May.

Meet the hosts

Alun Yorath

Principal

Georgina Schofield

Primary Headteacher

Susan Havis 

Secondary Headteacher

Chat with the leaders of ICS to discover why children at ICS thrive.

Can't make any of the session times?

No problem! Fill the form and we will happily set up a personal consultation when is most convenient for you and your family.

ICS Fast Facts

School: Private, non-profit

Curriculum: English National Curriculum

Educating: Ages 3-18

Examination Bodies: Pearson, Cambridge, ASDAN

Size: 700 Students

Nationalities: 60+

Learn More

Hello, I'm Jumana Jarrar, the Admissions Officer at ICS, and I would be more than happy to answer any questions you have about ICS! I look forward to hearing from you, so please do not hesitate to reach out anytime and I will be in touch.

Contact Us

admissions@ics.edu.jo

064790666 ext. 1301

Why Choose the British Curriculum?

 The British curriculum is the most successful and widely used in the world, with graduating A Level exams considered the “gold standard” internationally.  

Children in the British curriculum learn to read, on average, 2 years earlier than their peers.

Lessons are carefully chosen to ensure relevance and continuity, no matter where your family may move in the world.

A Level students graduate with an internationally reputable education that makes them more competitive at the collegiate level, making them highly desirable for admission into Ivy League and top colleges and universities around the world.

The evolving global job market places greater value in English National Curriculum’s graduates, as it views the education’s holistic emphasis in skills-based learning more valuable.   

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