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This is one of the key features for the school. The test serves the following purposes: to identify the students’ potentials, to allow the teachers to give sound judgment on the scope and effectiveness of the course and finally assess on the whole accomplishment of the course. The school uses formal tests, homework, class work, field trips among others to constantly assess the students’ progress.
The school has a diverse range of out door activities available for learners. The include round square community service projects, drama, debating and verse speaking, horse riding and desktop publishing among others. These activities have greatly assisted in promoting self discipline among the students with the help of strict school rules and regulations.
Brook House has the academic calendar beginning from the month of August to December for the first term but with breaks in between lasting for a period of one week. The second term resumes on January till March but with breaks for half term. The third term resumes after the Easter holiday with a merely short half term.
The school has very skilled professionals who are fully dedicated to the tune of schools’ international focus. The staff comprises of the locals, Asians and British expatriates of whom they are well trained with technical knowledge of British curriculum.
The school adapts the British form of curriculum throughout the entire academic period. Among the subjects done include; Music, modern Foreign Language, English, History, Art, Science, Mathematics, Physical Education, Geography and ICT. At the end of academic year, students sit for International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations thereafter join International Foundational Year program.
The school is governed by board of directors who are well knowledgeable about the academic prospects of life. For smooth operation of the school, it is funded by
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