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The Fourth Way School is a bridge between education and society. It is a Fountain School at the heart of the community, drawing people to it, providing aesthetic qualities and irrigating the knowledge flow of the city. Benefits of a Fourth Way School: …
Royal School is member of the Council of British International Schools (COBIS), one of the most important official organization to accredit educational projects that use English as a teaching language, …
There is a mixture of local and international teachers that produce a rich blend of youth and experience.
S4E currently has 12 visionary members engaged in the building of its first education project: Royal School.
Our vision is to prepare our children for the challenges of the 21st Century with a solid education.
Last week, on the 15th November, we were very proud to host an event which highlights both the surprisingly swift development of Royal School as…
Students who attend the Royal School in Transylvania benefit from the right to recognition of diplomas and periods of study conducted on the same terms as students who studied in the United Kingdom.
There will be a mixture of local and international teachers. We shall produce a rich blend of youth and experience. The most critical matter is that the teachers we employ are good and proven professionals. The teachers appointed will have prior experience of working in international environments and teaching the National Curriculum of England.
The annual fee will be 6.050 euro for children throughout KS1-2 and Year 7. This fee will be constructed to include a global price for meals, first uniform and books, in addition to tuition. Only trips and some additional clubs will be added costs.
A school canteen is in operation from the first year, 2015. Children will have the option to bring packed lunch but we shall encourage them to participate in the well planned school food offer. The school will provide fruit and cereal snacks during morning breaks.