• Opening Hours 7:30 - 15:30

Phone+20225657115

Emailinfo@ncbis.co.uk

Our LocationRoad 17, 1st District, 3rd Zone, 5th Settlement, New Cairo, Egypt

How to join NCBIS International Community

Thank you for your interest in NCBIS.  We encourage families to visit our campus prior to submitting an application. Please contact the Admissions Office to arrange a tour. After receiving an application, we will arrange to interview the prospective pupil and parents/ guardians.  To apply for 2018-2019, families who are already located in Cairo will need to send their applications on the following dates 1st - 31st January 2018. For families who are relocating from overseas, please could you contact our Admissions department directly using their email address.

Welcome to NCBIS

Our mission is to provide a learning environment that supports academic achievement whilst promoting personal growth through the attributes of the IB Learner Profile, within a caring international community committed to the traditional values of honesty, courtesy, respect, integrity and fair play. Our motto is 'Bringing out the best in everyone'.

Why Choosing NCBIS for your children

85% students achieved 6 (I)GCSEs grade A*-C /  Grade 9-4 and 92% of students achieved 5 (I)GCSE A*-C/9-4

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International Award

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is the world’s leading youth achievement award, equipping young people for life. Over the past 60 years, the Award has transformed the lives of millions of young people in more than 140 countries and territories worldwide. 42 NCBIS students completed the International Award this year!

Painting an Orphanage-Challenges Week 2018

Creative Activity Service (CAS)

CAS is at the heart of our IB Diploma Programme. CAS is organized around the three strands of creativity, activity and service defined as follows: Creativity, exploring and extending ideas leading to an original or interpretive product or performance; Activity; physical exertion contributing to a healthy lifestyle; Service; collaborative and reciprocal engagement with the community.

Non for Profit

Non-profit school meaning that all revenues are reinvested in the school for the benefit of the students, while most Cairo schools are privately owned.

NCBIS is among the top ranked British International Schools in the Middle East and Africa region

“New Cairo British International School has much to be proud of. It is a friendly, welcoming, safe and respectful oasis where each child is valued for his or her individual abilities and opinions. The sense of belonging to a community united in camaraderie permeates the hallways, classrooms and playgrounds.” CIS report, 2018

Curriculum we offer

We provide high-quality education through the following curriculums at NCBIS: Early Years Curriculum in line with UK expectations; Primary Years Programme from Years 1-6; English National Curriculum in Key Stage 3; GCSE / IGCSE in Key Stage 4; International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in Key Stage 5 and the Dutch National Curriculum from Groep 1-8.

First School in Egypt to cater for the International Community

At NCBIS, your child will receive an education based on the best of British values and traditions but one that is designed to foster an international mindset. This is manifested in our formal curriculum which fuses the best of British and International programmes to allow our students to acquire the appropriate learning skills.

Ceren Taygun

The reason I like NCBIS so much is that it’s a warm, caring school environment where we don’t think in obstacles or impossibilities. Anything is possible unless we find out we can’t do it. And by then at least we would have tried and gain experience for the next time to succeed.

Melissa Katto-Onyia (Reception Parent)

Moving to a new country can be stressful especially with young children and finding the right school is one of the factors that alleviates that anxiety. We viewed several schools and absolutely loved the enclosed Early Years section at NCBIS.  Every element is child centered and focused on preschoolers feeling safe, playing and learning.

Enniah Zanamwe (Y1 and Y4 Parent)

We chose NCBIS because its curriculum is very practical and dynamic. It exposes children to the challenges that the children will face in the real world and encourages innovation and critical thinking. The exposure to ICT is very important as it prepares children to the fourth industrial revolution.

60+

Nationalities

700+

Student Population

British & Dutch

Accredited Curriculum

7+

Membership Affiliations

65%

Expats Families

85

UK Qualified teachers

22000 sqm

The size of the NCBIS campus

100%

Students achieved 6 IGCSEs grade A*-C

32.2

IBDP point average over the last 5 years

1:8

Teacher pupil ratio