British School PSI offers admissions discounts and scholarships

British School PSI offers admissions discounts and scholarships

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

The decision regarding children’s education is one that can be particularly challenging for many parents.

While there are several factors involved, perhaps the most important are the values embedded within the school’s educational system.

If you’re currently on the lookout for a school that seeks to empower students to embrace learning, achieve their best and promote their intellectual, emotional, social and physical well-being, Pearling Season International School (PSI) has the solution for you.

PSI, which teaches the British Curriculum from KG to Year 12, is currently open for admissions for the year 2020-2021. It offers IGCSE and AS level qualifications.

One of our highlights is the Additional Learning Needs (ALN) department at the school, where students with ADHD, Aphasia, learning difficulties, developmental delay, down syndrome, autistic spectrum condition can find the learning support they need.

PSI is one of the few schools in the country that has worked to integrate students with ALN into mainstream classes to enable them to reach their full potential.

With a focus on providing the finest education to students, PSI aims to enable students to develop character, creativity, personal leadership and the spirit of enterprise to create global citizens and future leaders.

The school’s curriculum is driven by the core values of respect, care, cooperation, integrity and responsibility.

Scholarships and Discounts:

PSI offers a 50 percent merit-based scholarship upon admission to Year 12 for students who get an A in 5 IGCSE subjects.

For admissions to Year 11, any student holding A in six subjects will get a 35 percent tuition scholarship.

For admissions to Years 7, 8, 9, and 10 any student holding A* in eight subjects will get a 30 percent tuition scholarship.

Additionally, PSI is also offering a 30 percent tuition scholarship for KG (Pre-school).

The majority of the teaching staff at PSI are native English speakers (from the UK or Ireland) and are highly qualified and trained.

To ensure a smooth and stimulating educational experience the classrooms are spacious, well lit, and are equipped with the latest audio-visual and multimedia equipment and resources.

Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak in Qatar, PSI has managed to endure the situation and employ online education and stay connected with the students through video conferencing and the use of different platforms including ClassDojo, Microsoft teams and Zoom.

Students have successfully managed to cope with the situation and they have enjoyed the experience.

On par with international standards, PSI offers a range of facilities and services to its students including: 2 swimming pools, Football field, Basketball court, Multi-purpose hall, 2 libraries, 2 ICT labs, 2 science laboratories, Canteen, Play area, English and Arabic resource rooms, as well as a Prayer area.

PSI was established in 2014 and is located in Al Mansoura.

For more information, visit PSI's website here

For admissions, contact: admission@psisd.com.qa /+974 4032 2410/ +974 5565 7326

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