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International School for Primary Education


Str Petre S Aurealian No 72, Sector 1, Romania
Tel: (+40) 21 3803535
Fax: (+40) 21 3803838
Email: officereception@inspe. ro
Web site: www.inspe. ro

ADMINISTRATION:

Head of School - Kirsty Davidson
Head of Nursery - Ela Tudoran
Head of Primary - Iain Davidson
Office Administrator - Ioana Toma
FACULTY:

Full time:   2 men, 21 women
Part time:   0 men, 1 women
Nationalities:  5   CURRICULUM AND EXAMS:


Curriculum
:   UK, International,
Exams:   ENROLMENT:

Age Range: 1-11
Total Enrolment: 88
Nationalities: 0
48 boys, 40 girls
Rising 2s: 8
Orange Group: 19
Green Group: 12
Primary 1: 19
Primary 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: 30
FEES:

Day only: € 680-€ 12950
Other Fees: Registration €500
Learning Support Programme
The International School for Primary Education provides a high standard of education for children from one year old up to 11 years old. The school stays truly international by accepting no more than 20% of any nationality and currently there are over 32 nationalities represented in the school. InSPE is a non-profit making Association and it has been established in the city for over 16 years.
In September 2009 the school opened in a purpose built building located on the shores of Lake Grivita in the prestigious Green Lakes development. Finished to a professional standard, the classrooms are attractive and light with integrated toilets and beautiful views. The building can accommodate up to 180 children.
As physical activity lays down pathways in the brain, the outdoor curriculum is planned in the same way as the indoor curriculum with the outside areas regarded as extensions of the classrooms. The children, therefore, work outside every day, in all weathers. At the new school there is a variety of outdoor space including a roof play area and access to a football pitch and tennis court.
The curriculum is based on best practice from around the world and includes using the Early Years Foundation Stage documents from England and The Scottish Curriculum for Excellence framework. These are adapted for an international clientele.
Staff include English, Scottish, Greek, Romanian and South African teachers who work in teams based on a 1: 6 ratio.
As well as its core product, Education, InSPE offers a number of services to its families: Breakfast Club, an 08: 00 drop off for working parents; After School Clubs such as drama, ballet, modern dance, computer and ball skills; Library Pack Service, packs which provide books, activities and puzzles linked around a theme; Friends of InSPE, a parent support network to help families settle into their new environment.
People who visit the school comment on the friendly atmosphere and the ‘family feeling’ that pervades the space.