Enrolment process

Steps for Admission:

o    Upon expressing interest to learn more about Royal School (virtual tour), a family is invited to take a private tour of the school. (Contact)

o    Parents meet the Director, Admissions Responsible and Key Stage Coordinator prior to admission. Meetings serve not only to inform but also to ensure that all forms and documents are handed to the parents. These include the Enrolment Form, the Medical form, the Tuition Contract with all its annexes, other forms. Parents have the opportunity to share information about their children with the appropriate teaching personnel. All parties are clear on the obligations and expectations of others.

o    If necessary, assessment tests are scheduled in agreement with the teachers, candidate and the family.

o    After the assessment, tests are marked, the results will be discussed with the parents and the candidate. More interviews, if needed, are scheduled.

o    All candidates have a formal meeting with the SL (Supportive Learning) Coordinator.

o    Once a decision to enroll the candidate has been made, it is communicated to the parents and the Admissions Responsible ensures all documents required for admission are in the student’s file properly filled in, dated, signed by both parents. After the papers have been taken over by the Admissions Responsible, there will be issued a confirmation tax invoice, the tuition fee invoice and a deposit.

o    After the payment of these invoices, the student is introduced to his/her peer class and parents are informed about school uniforms, supplies and any other obligations.

Notes:

o    All inducted students will meet the Key Stage Coordinator who will appoint a ‘buddy’.

o    Pastoral teachers (Form Tutors) will open a SPF (Student Personal File) and where appropriate, write up an IEP (Individualized Education Programme) after parent consultation.

o    All new students must successfully pass a whole half term induction period before achieving permanent status membership of the RS community.

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