WELCOME FROM THE PRINCIPAL

We are a Community

As a community we can trace our origins back almost 200 years, so we embrace the traditions of the past to help us meet the educational needs of our students in the 21st century.

We are an inclusive school, providing an exceptional level of academic, social and emotional care to our students of over forty nationalities. We recognise and value the differing academic abilities of students, which are met through the three academic programmes of the International Baccalaureate. This, together with the diversity of our sporting and artistic heritage, enables each student to thrive in his or her own field of excellence.

Whether as a potential parent, or as a potential teacher, take a look at the richness of what we have to offer – and then get in touch. You will receive a warm welcome.

Richard Tangye
Principal

 


Cambridge Assessments for University Entry

St. Dominic's International School is a centre for the university admissions tests which include BMAT; PAT; MAT; TSA, etc. 

For more information, please send an email to school@dominics-int.org

"students in the Junior and Senior Schools have many opportunities through the Student Council projects, Personal Projects (MYP), CAS and other initiatives to serve the local and global community"


Council of International Schools (CIS), 2015

"the school has put a great deal of effort into updating and documenting policies, including having a maximum class size per grade level in the Board Policy Manual. This will ensure that there is a process for maintaining the current level of personalisation and meaningful learning experiences"


Council of International Schools (CIS), 2015

"the Visiting Team acknowledges the work the school has completed in developing a new Mission Statement, the caring and nurturing environment provided by the staff, the Health and Safety Committee’s attention to school safety and risk management, and the general level of collaboration, resourcefulness, and dedication evident among the teaching and support staff"

New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) , 2015

"the school promotes students’ awareness of local, national and world issues through explicit links with central ideas and lines of inquiry in the school’s programme of inquiry"

 

International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) , 2015