Our Primary Childhood program supports our young learners as they gain their first experiences of the school environment. Relationships are at the heart of the program. We build strong connections with our families and communities and help every child feel a sense of belonging in our diverse community. We see our students as young individuals with knowledge and experience that we can enrich and build upon. We personalize learning to the needs, interests, and abilities of each child, and encourage our students to explore and problem-solve as they make sense of their surroundings. Our indoor and outdoor environments are carefully designed so that our learners can direct their own learning with focus and curiosity. Our team understands that young children learn best through play-based inquiry, and our teachers encourage our learners to experience situations that develop independence, teamwork, and self-expression. Through play, our students explore the world around them, whilst simultaneously developing their ability to communicate and empathize with their peers. As educators, we lead by example and endeavor to serve as role models to our students. We encourage our teachers to learn voraciously, collaborate and implement best practices. We strive to build a community of happy and confident children who love to learn.


We take a genuine interest in each child, and we believe in establishing positive adult-student relationships and in differentiating instruction to meet each individual's needs. These are key to developing children’s confidence, nurturing their strengths and supporting them to reach their potential.
Our annual parent survey consistently validates our ethos, culture, and success. If you are seeking an established international school with a strong sense of community, pioneering use of integrated technology, and a proven academic track record, come visit. We look forward to welcoming you.


The IB Primary Years Program (PYP) nurtures and develops students as caring, active participants in a lifelong journey of learning.
Through its inquiry-led, transdisciplinary framework, the PYP challenges students to think for themselves and exercise agency to explore who we are, how we express ourselves, where we are in place and time, how the world works, how we organize ourselves and sharing the planet.

The IBPYP develops:


The PYP supports students’ efforts to gain an understanding of the world and to function comfortably within it, and helps them establish personal values as a foundation upon which international-mindedness will develop and flourish.

PYP studies are based on six subject areas:


In order to make the most of the diversity of backgrounds and experiences of our students, the PYP synthesizes the best from educational systems around the world. The PYP aims to develop international sensitivity through key questions derived from the concepts and through the content of the written curriculum.

Contact Info


NIC Front office: 02 2560 8445

Admission: 010-11986701





New Cairo , Fifth District , (S5-1) Beside Quba Mosque Cairo, Cairo Governorate, Egypt 11853

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