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Admission Principles

Admission to Network School is determined by a number of factors. Applicants are admitted based on the student’s ability to succeed socially and academically at Network International School. Students will need to demonstrate an excellent work ethic, a history of school-appropriate behaviour and a desire to attend Network International School. To be successful at Network, students must be willing to work hard and be committed to our academic and personal curriculum. Teachers provide the support necessary for students to become confident, independent learners and we expect parents to fully support and be involved in their children’s education.

Network School expects students and parents to understand and support the school’s aim to serve a diverse population. Our students come from a variety of racial, ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. The administration, teachers, students and parents are always working to maintain an environment that is welcoming for all students.

Admission will be based on one or more of the following; academic evaluations and assessments, English proficiency, past school records, student interviews, observation of the student in the classroom for Early Years and Primary students and English and Mathematics entrance tests for Secondary students.

The academic year is from 01 August to 31 July but Network is a UK curriculum school and the age of entry is determined between 1 September and 31 August each year. Please see our age guidelines section.

The School Founder and Principal will make the decision as to whom to admit to the school. The admission policy has been drawn up in order to ensure that students are admitted to the school in a systematic and efficient manner.