Our curriculum integrates Cambridge International Programmes and national curriculum of Kazakhstan. The curriculum is intended from Grade 0 to Grade 12.
As an international school, we serve students from different countries and language backgrounds. Therefore, English is the language of instruction and the common language for all students in our school.
Currently, there are over 330 students on roll.
Our school day starts at 8.30 and end at 16.40.
No, the school does not provide bus service. However, parents/carers may wish to use the services of private school transport providers.
Our tuition fees include:
The school meal is provided by a catering company that is contracted with the school and, therefore, parents need to make separate agreements with the company if they wish to have their children eat at school.
The class sizes may vary but will not exceed 24 students per class.
We accept registrations throughout the year, however, certain classes may be at full capacity. Please contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com to check the availability of places in the school.
Our medium of instruction is English so we expect candidates to have an adequate command of the English language so as to benefit from our programmes. However, we offer English language support (EAL programme) for students who feel to be more comfortable receiving instruction at their level of proficiency. The objective of the EAL programme is to enable the inclusion of the EAL students in the mainstream class.
Galaxy makes every effort to ensure that there is alignment between a student's needs/abilities and the programmes offered. The state of the candidates’ health is considered when being enrolled. The following medical contra-indications are hindrances to enrolment:
Wearing a uniform is a badge of pride, creates an identity for a school and is an important part of being a school student. Students are expected to dress in a manner that is consistent with the basic educational mission of Galaxy International School and to avoid disruption of the instructional process, violation of health and safety standards, and an offence of common standards of decency. Therefore, school uniform is compulsory for all students.
In Galaxy, we believe that engagement in extracurricular activities is vital to the personal development of a student. Therefore, Galaxy offers a wide range of clubs so as to meet our students’ different needs. Club activities are not compulsory though we strongly recommend students to enrol into one.
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