Procedures
Procedures
  1. In the first instance an application for enrolment should be made online via the website – please see the drop down menu – Admissions, Application Form.
  2. The Registrar will confirm receipt of the online Application Form. If there are places in the Year requested, the Registrar will ask for copies of current academic reports and arrange a date for the child/children to be assessed.
  3. A non-refundable charge of KD30, per child, for admissions procedures into TES will be requested, should a place be available. This is inline with charges for the administration of assessment procedures related to any pupil’s future schooling. In the latter case, there will be a non-refundable KD30 fee for each separate assessment and, where relevant, an additional charge for the couriering of any test materials.
  4. If you are applying from overseas for a place in years 1 to 8, a confidential report will need to be completed by the child’s current school. This report forms part of the admissions procedure and is compulsory.
  5. If you are applying from overseas for a place in years 3 to 8 and timescales permitting, the Director of Studies will arrange for your child to sit an online assessment.
  6. Subject to the above, if the application is successful, a registration pack including a letter of offer will be issued along with an invoice for the KD100 Registration Fee. Please note that the Registration Fee is not refundable in the event that your child does not take up the place at TES. The Registration Fee is credited to your first applicable fee invoice. An advance tuition fee payment (Registration Fee) of KD100 is due each academic year to secure your child’s place for the following academic year. The Registration Fee must be settled when completing the current academic year payment on 1 April.
  7. The registration package should be submitted with the following documents which are a Ministry Requirement once you are in country.
    • Photocopy of Passport plus residency page with valid residency stamp. If the child does not hold Residency at the time of commencing School, then an Exemption Certificate will be required. Full details of how the Exemption is obtained are contained in the offer letter.
    • Photocopy of valid Civil I.D. or Diplomatic Card, whichever is appropriate.
    • Photocopy of father’s Civil I.D. or nationality card (Kuwaitis only), whichever is appropriate.
    • Application form to Join A Foreign School, completed in English.
    • Application form to Join A Foreign School, completed in Arabic.
    • One photocopy of pupil’s Birth Certificate.
    • Three passport photographs of the pupil.
    • Medical Card, issued by the School Health Clinic of the Ministry of Public Health.
    • Transfer Certificate from pupil’s previous school, in Kuwait or any other GCC Country attested by the Ministry of Private Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Kuwait Embassy.
    • Signed declaration letter.
    • Photo permission form.
    • Signed copy of the Terms and Condition.
  8. Please expect the registration package to take 3 – 4 days to complete.
  9. It is a Ministry requirement that all documentation must be submitted to the School before any child may attend as a pupil.

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