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Khartoum Gems International School – Khartoum

By integrating the globally recognised national curriculum of England with Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE), we bring you Khartoum Gems International school.

The school is strategically positioned to provide the best access to students and families across Khartoum, Omdurman and Bahry. The school caters for students from Kindergarten (Early years) to Year 11. Dedicated and passionate teachers deliver education of the highest standard and the school offers a broad range of enrichment activities.

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Standard Curriculum

Our school curriculum combines the Cambridge (CAIE) and National curriculum of England, incorporating the English curriculum in the EYFS. For Primary and lower secondary levels, we follow the Cambridge framework, teaching subjects such as English first language, Science, Mathematics, Computing, and Global perspectives.

Early Years (Age 3 – 5)

The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is an educational framework in England that provides guidance and sets standards for the development, learning, and care of children from birth to five years old. The EYFS curriculum aims to provide a solid foundation for children's future learning and development. Here's an overview of the EYFS curriculum:

  • Prime Areas of Learning
  • Specific Areas of Learning
  • Play-Based Learning
  • Observational Assessment
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Primary (Age 5 – 11) , Lower Secondary (Age 11-14), Cambridge (Age 14 – 16)

Cambridge IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) is a globally recognized qualification designed for students aged 14 to 16. It is typically offered as a two-year program and serves as a foundation for further education, including A-levels, IB Diploma, or vocational studies. Here's an overview of the Cambridge IGCSE program:

  • English Primary
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Global Perspectives
  • Computing
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Humanities – KS1, Humanities KS2, Humanities KS3

History (KS1): Key Stage 1 History introduces young students to the concept of the past and helps them develop a sense of chronology. The curriculum often covers topics such as:

  • Changes within Living Memory
  • Significant Individuals and Events
  • Local History
  • Historical Vocabulary and Concepts
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What is STEAM and how it is implemented?

STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. It is an educational approach that integrates these disciplines to provide students with a holistic and interdisciplinary learning experience. STEAM education aims to foster creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration, and innovation skills among students.

  • Project-Based Learning
  • Design Thinking
  • Integration of Subjects
  • Hands-on Experiments and Investigations
  • Use of Technology and Tools
  • Integration of Arts and Creativity
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E-learning, short for electronic learning, refers to the use of digital technology and the internet to facilitate learning and education. It involves the delivery of educational content, resources, and activities through online platforms and tools. We use E-learning in our schools in various ways to support teaching and learning. Here's how we use e-learning in our school:

  • Online Learning
  • Virtual Classrooms
  • Digital Content
  • Online Assessments
  • Discussion Forums and Collaboration
  • Flipped Classroom Approach
  • Parent Engagement
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Our Best Features

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Adaptive learning


Learning Resources on Cloud


360 degree Assessment


Inbuilt Question Bank


AI based Reports


Sessions Recording


Continuous Feedback


We provide the perfect education for your child every day