British Embassy School Ankara
About British Embassy School Ankara
The British Embassy School Ankara is a co-educational international school located in Ankara, capital of The Republic of Turkey. First established in 1959, the school occupies a site on the grounds of the British embassy and currently hosts around 200 pupils aged 3-14. The school was mainly founded in order to provide an education to expatriate families living in Ankara, although it does still accept students from the local population as well. Although a relatively small school, it is able to boast of a wide range of different teaching and recreational facilities, including an indoor sports arena and numerous modern classrooms. The school also hosts a small outdoors facility. The British Embassy School Ankara primarily follows the English National Curriculum, as well as elements of the International Primary and Middle curriculums. As a result, the school offers numerous high-quality core subjects as well as some wider options. As the school only goes up to Key Stage 4, it does not offer formal iGCSE or A-level examinations. The school teaches primarily in English, and provides proper support for the high proportion of students speaking English as a second or third language.
Mr Ken Page
Teachers at the school receive a range of benefits to go with their employment, including medical care and accommodation. Training and experience within the English educational system and curriculum if preferred, as well as proper teaching qualifications such as a post-graduate diploma.