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Malvern College Egypt

Malvern College’s third international campus, Malvern College Egypt, opened in September 2016. Located in the prosperous suburb of New Cairo, Malvern College Egypt is an international day school catering for pupils aged 2-18. The pupil body is drawn from local and international families. Malvern College Egypt is conveniently located near the ring road between Maadi and Katameya. The school is easily accessible and an extensive bus service is provided.

The school currently has 780 pupils and is expected to grow rapidly towards an ultimate capacity of 1500. A full range of co-curricular activities such as sport, music, drama, art, debating and The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme is available in addition to the rigorous academic programme.

At Early Years and Primary level, pupils follow the Early Years Foundation Stage and an enhanced form of the National Curriculum for England. In the Secondary School pupils progress through IGCSEs before having a choice of studying for either A levels or the International Baccalaureate Diploma in the Sixth Form. Subjects offered include English, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, French, Arabic (Foreign Language or First Language), Geography, History, Business Studies, Art & Design, ICT or Computer Science, Music, Drama, Sports Science. Arabic Studies are undertaken by all Egyptian pupils. All pupils take part in a programme of Personal, Social and Health Education (Life Skills).

The purpose-built campus is very well equipped and includes a 3-storey library and media centre, 3 dedicated music studios with 6 peripatetic music practice rooms, a dance studio, a 25m six-lane swimming pool, a beginners’ pool for the Early Years, an all-weather outdoor facility and a 550-seat theatre, all designed around a stunning central piazza. A wide range of co-curricular activities take place in these facilities, as an integral part of the school's holistic approach to education.

English is the primary language of instruction, with support provided for pupils who may need it through the English as an Additional Language (EAL) programme.

The school is under the direction of the Headmaster, Wayne Maher, supported by Sally Dibb-Holland as Head of Primary and Richard Moore as Head of Secondary, and is managed in partnership with the College’s Egyptian partners: The Worldwide Group for Investment and Development owned by the Azazy Group.

Links and further information

Malvern College Egypt Website