Str. Henri Barbusse nr. 44-46, Cluj-Napoca
08:30 - 16:00
Monday to Friday
Equal Opportunity Institution:
Royal School (RS) follows a non-discriminatory admissions policy, which ensures that children are not discriminated or refused admission based on their gender, race, culture, creed, as long as there exists compatibility with our school’s philosophy. Students may consider an admissions application at any point during the academic year. All applications for admission are given equal status by our school and no child is excluded on the basis of nationality, culture, religious beliefs or academic ability.
RS offers an international education approved by the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research, and based on the National Curriculum for England, and on the Cambridge Curriculum (for the high-school). Our curriculum has been adapted to meet the needs of both the Romanian and international students.
Parents must understand before enrolling their children at RS that we are an international school and offer an English learning experience with the addition of Romanian Language. It is equally not part of RS ethos to act as a solely English Language centre.
During the admission process and the following half term induction period, parents are obliged to provide the office with the academic history from previous schools and also where necessary, records of special educational needs (SEN), along with medical records of their children. An IEP (individual educational plan) is agreed with the parents where necessary and is reviewed and refreshed each half
The documents required for enrolment of children are:
1. Enrolment application and all related documents:
2. Student tuition agreement filled in and signed in one original copy.
Siblings Policy: (see separate policy statement)
RS encourages families to educate all their children in our school. We will offer a discounted fee structure based on the number of siblings educated at RS. More information regarding the various discounts extended to parents can be received from the Registrar.
Class group sizes are limited to 20-22, with the exception of Years 12 – 13, which may be larger in number. Children in nursery classes younger than Year 1 will be limited to 16 (rising to 18) places. If the number of prospective students surpasses the class limit, priority is given to those who expressed the earliest interest; the later candidate will be put on a waiting list.
Students on the waiting list will be admitted on a first in, first off basis. However, siblings of children already enrolled and attending will have priority for enrolment once a place becomes available in their age group. A deposit must be paid for placing a name on the waiting list.
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