New English School (NES) Amman
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About New English School (NES)


Founded in 1986 and located in the West Amman suburb of Khalda, the New English School (NES) is a private coeducational institute that caters to nursery (Pre1) and FS1 (Pre2) students and upwards.

Out of our firm belief that students need to discover their abilities in a wider world, NES started offering an English Only Stream ten years ago beginning from Early Years as an alternative to the traditional bilingual education. This option has proved to be very attractive to many parents – particularly among the foreign community. As such, NES today boasts a student body of 39 nationalities. This kaleidoscope of colours and cultures can only add to the richness of the student's life on campus.

The School’s pre-IGCSE programme is based on the National Curriculum for England and Wales and provides the foundation for AS and A-Level studies. Moreover, the Cambridge International Primary Programme has been fully endorsed since the academic year 2010/2011.

Since 1991, NES has been a recognized Teaching Institution and Examinations Centre accredited by both the Edexcel (London) and Cambridge International Examination Authorities. Our Examinations Officer liaises closely with the British Council in Amman with regards to regulations and guidelines to effectively and proficiently administer external exams on NES campus.

NES also offers the American High School Diploma as part of the American Program, the program is accredited by the US-based accreditation agency, Accreditation International.

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Curriculum

English,American

Primary Language

English

Ages

4 to 18

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Maysoon Al-Huneidi, 2 months ago


This school is my second home! My two sons study in this great school. I really appreciate everything the school does for the students. Teachers never hesitate to help students whenever they need help. Thank you NES

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Ayo Imhotasf, 4 months ago


The education is good and you can have many great friends here. Just one complain about a teacher that made me give a 1 star.. I would like to complain about miss Nadia Sharabi, shes very aggressive and very biased, I have saw some complains about miss Nadia on the review section telling you to fire her, I have went through pain during her lessons and I couldn't bare through it, she's very very very rude and a very bad example to other kids, she deserves to be fired, FIRE NADIA SHARABI!!

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BMG Lia, 4 months ago


Some teachers are very rude! Miss Nadia Sharabi is being really rude, not to me but other students too, my mental health got down very badly, not me but also other students! The school is very great and the education is very great too but miss Nadia Sharabi is very rude and a bad teacher, she keeps on humiliating all of her students and saying out bad grades of students infront of everyone, for a "teacher" like her, she should privately talk and encourage the students who are failing her classes not embarrass them infront of everyone and publicly humiliate them, I am very disappointed! I'm so glad I got out of the school, overall, the education is very great and I recommend it to the kids who won't mind being publicly humiliated. Please fire miss Nadia Sharabi

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Noor Omar, 6 months ago


I was treated really badly teachers and everyone turned a blind eye i self harmed worst experience ever would not recommend i was really hurt by this school. i wouldn’t make my worst enemy go through with experience i hope it burns down into ashes and all i can say is meet everyone on that day

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