We are one, But we are many
Our aims and objectives
Our main objective is to ensure a quality education for the students attending our school based on the principles and aims of the British and Cambodian National Curriculum. ISSR is the only school in Siem Reap that is accredited by both Cambridge Assessment International Education and the Cambodian Ministry of Education Youth and Sport. Cambodian students who successfully graduate after study in both curriculums will receive certificates from both Cambridge and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport. ISSR students can also take First Language Cambridge tuition and examinations in both French and Chinese. This will give quality assurance to the local community that both Khmer and international students have access to both the knowledge and life skills needed for today’s society. We also promote an equal opportunity environment and consistently strive to become Siem Reap’s foremost educational establishment for children and youth.
We adhere to internationally accepted academic standards by providing students of all backgrounds with a safe and healthy learning environment in which class sizes will not exceed 24 pupils for Early Years (with an appropriate adult-student ratio) and a maximum of 24 students for year 1 to year 6. Social skills play an important role in our school where parents can be assured their children are in capable, caring hands.
Attention is given to resourcing both our school libraries and classes with internationally sourced books to optimally support the development of each student’s knowledge and understanding while under the guidance of professionally qualified expatriate teachers. We regularly stock our libraries with additional books so that our students can continue to further their reading and comprehension skills with enjoyable fiction and non-fiction books, covering subjects that lie both inside and outside of their formal curriculum.
Extra-curricular activities are an integral part of the educational programme which are selected and prepared to directly or indirectly support the ongoing curricular content. (Primary School) (Secondary School)