|Overall:||(3.0 from 4 reviews)|
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|Ages:||3 to 16||Primary Language:||English|
|Curriculum:||English||Max Class Size:||Unknown|
ELC is a rich, diverse and inclusive community built on strong positive relationships and with high aspirations for our students. Whilst every year and each new generation bring fresh challenges, we continue to strive to inspire a passion for learning in our young people that goes beyond the school walls and which we hope will ultimately enrich the society they live in. Working closely with our families wherever and whenever we can, we seek to produce young people who are both resilient and confident and who will not only do us and their families proud, but much more importantly, will emerge proud of themselves. ELC International school has a green and enriching campus, conducive to a holistic learning experience. Following the founder’s vision, the primary focus of ELC is to build closely-knit classes, where each student gets the personal attention that he or she requires to attain their full potential. We know that success in life is not guaranteed by qualifications alone. Our success has been achieved through the persistence and hard work of all our staff, both academic & non-academic, students and parents. The attitude and environment of ELC is one which always strives to achieve excellence. Above all, we work very hard to provide an environment where values and traditions are of utmost importance, especially in these rapidly changing times. With well rounded education and sturdy support, we work tirelessly to transform our students into esteemed and compassionate global citizens. Our students are respectful, and engage in levels of excellent behaviour. A culture of learning and high performance is embedded across all subjects, with ambitious expectations for all students. Academic excellence is the central focus at ELC, supported by a culture of inclusivity and care.
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Reviews from Google
Recent reviews posted on Google.
iglo orange, a week ago
the people saying that the management is bad werent even good teachers themselves. aNnnAooP woAh rEalitY check. its 2 in the morning but ok.
Black846 Jack, 2 years ago
Michael G., 4 months ago
Not a good place to work. Management will squeeze as much as they can from you. Watch out, teachers.
Sim Bajaj, 3 years ago
While the education in this school is excellent they are not respectful of religious beliefs. My nephew who is a Sikh was asked to remove his beard although it is religiously accepted globally. This leaves me with a very poor opinion of this school and what kind of values would be taught and respected. They are arrogant in their approach.