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SRIS Completes Campus Move and A-Level Introduction

September, 2012
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sris-campusShanghai Rego International School (SRIS) officially opened the doors of its new campus on September 3. Now, both primary and secondary school are located on the Diannan Road.

Primary children attend classes on the ground floor of the spacious main teaching building and secondary students were excited to find their classrooms and art and design workshops on the upper floors on their first day of school. All students now share the 2nd and 3rd floors where they can use advanced ICT rooms, well-equipped music rooms and their multi-lingual library.

In addition to the English National Curriculum, SRIS continues to provide Mother Tongue Programs in Dutch, German, French, and Spanish and full EAL and Special Needs provision. Starting the new academic year, SRIS offers the A-level Program in Key Stage 5.

In the tradition of SRIS, all staff are flexible and able to provide for any child’s needs, whatever they may be. They support all students with individual learning plans to ensure that the very highest academic standards are achieved by all.

Vanessa Bingham, the Principal, welcomed all returning and new students from their summer break and is pleased to offer them first-class education with her team of talented and highly qualified teachers appointed from the UK.

To celebrate the new opening, all parents enjoy a 50% welcome discount on the annual tuition on applications before September 30. 

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  1. Spin Doctor
    September 30th, 2012 at 20:59 | #1

    What an interesting though inaccurate spin. A Level has not been ‘introduced’ but REINTRODUCED after the atrocious school board and its school-based management ditched the IB. The ‘move’ to its new campus comes after a 3 year battle with the municipal government that saw the blocking of staff work visas and the exodus of 99% of students and expatriate staff at the end of the last school year. Don’t believe the rhetoric.

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