Sayfol is an institution of learning where children from 60 different countries of the world are educated, whereby we endeavour to blend this international mixture of children causing a special effect of cordiality and harmony between one another in a manner so deep and sincere that once within campus of the school, we believe and consider all of us, teachers and the support staff as one united family – The SAYFOL Family.
From here the teachers and the children take pride in calling themselves ‘SAYFOLIANS’.
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The primary aim of the school is to offer its students a sound education of high academic standard with a strong focus on discipline and academic studies. The school’s exceptionally outstanding academic examination results in the Pearson Edexcel International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) Examinations reflect that we remain amongst the highest achieving schools in the world.
There is no success without discipline. Within the school, the students are taught the fundamentals of good conduct and self-discipline at all times as well as to respect others and to maintain high standards of politeness. These fundamentals are imparted to the child very carefully, constantly tempered with love and affection.
At Sayfol, we believe that high level of moral fibre is essential. We help the students both directly through discussions and indirectly through their experiences during curricular and extra-curricular activities, to overcome the problems and temptations they may face in life.
Too often children and young adults are undermined by criticism. The Sayfolian is taught to have the confidence to face adverse situations and comment with reason and not emotion, objectively not subjectively as well as not to dissipate its valuable energy and intellect by being perturbed or negatively influenced by outside comments, opinions or actions.
Here the students are taught to look after themselves and their belongings. They are put into positions or responsibility both in the class and in the school in general. They learn not only the qualities of responsibility and leadership but also the various skills needed for independence.