CIS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF TUNIS
CIS Tunis aspires to educate global citizens and leaders of tomorrow's world
QUALITY CHILDREN EDUCATION
CIS International School of Tunis (CIST) aspires to educate global citizens. To prepare our learners for an ever-changing world, we align our academic curriculum with the Cambridge Primary and Secondary curriculum. Our lessons are planned according to the individual needs of our children and their individual learning styles.
Deep and personalized learning is at the heart of CIST education. Our children learn to think critically, collaborate with peers from diverse cultural backgrounds, and work creatively to solve challenges, as they discover both passion and purpose in their work.
CIST has developed a framework for learning which includes a strong sense of purpose and vision through extra-curricular activities and guidance as well as an excellent academic program.
CIST aims to inspire individuals to develop their intellect, character and creativity to become adaptable, independent, socially responsible and internationally minded global citizens.
We are looking ahead to the future and working to ensure that CIST curriculum will provide all children the best possible start in life and meet the demands of living in the 21st century.
CIST curriculum will be relevant, meaningful and engaging for all children. To ensure children’s success, we will review and update our curriculum and program if deemed necessary.
CIS International School of Tunis is also shaped on the fundaments of Leadership in which we teach our students to be their own decision makers, Integrity in which we ensure that our work ethic remains intact and Excellence in which we champion the notion of rewarding and self-achievement.
- Learning program from Nursery to Secondary
- Positive learning environment
- Learning through play and hands on experience
- Extra-curricular Activities
EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE
- CIST is committed to educating global citizens and leaders of tomorrow's world.
- Deep and personalized learning is at the heart of CIST education.
- Academic curriculum designed to prepare our learners for an ever-changing world.
- Lesson plans and instructions tailored according to the individual needs of the students.
- 21st century model is implemented to help students to develop vital skills and values that are necessary to become global citizen and leaders
- CIST students will learn to think critically, collaborate with peers from diverse cultural backgrounds..
- CIST students will use creativity to solve unique challenges as they discover both passion and purpose in their work.
- CIST aims to inspire individuals to develop their intellect, character and creativity.
- CIST students are expected to become adaptable, independent, socially responsible and internationally minded global citizens..
Educational Road Map from Nursery to Secondary
Arabic and French are important elements of our Curriculum
We introduce Arabic Language and French Language as a second language to Tunisian and non-Tunisian students. We also make necessary arrangements and provide assistance to help students who do not have an adequate working knowledge of Arabic Language or French Language.
We are committed to follow and implement the standards expected from an international school and will continuously renew and update our teaching resources in line with current trends in the international school community.
The Arabic curriculum developed and designed with considering the curriculum of Tunisian Public Schools.
The Arabic curriculum will focus on three skills:
- Reading: Students are expected to read Arabic texts fluently
- Writing: Students are expected to write Arabic fiction or non-fiction texts
- Communication: Students are expected to pronounce and communicate effectively.
French curriculum is designed with using Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
We expect our students to complete:
- A2 level at the end of Year 6
- B1 level at the end of Year 8
- B2 level at the end of Year 10
- C1 level at the end of Year 12
Year 10 & 11 – Cambridge IGCSE (15 – 16 years of age)
IGCSE stands for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education. It is a two-year programme leading to externally set, marked and certificated examinations from the University of Cambridge. Any student who takes an IGCSE subject will be gaining a qualification that is recognised globally. They are established qualifications that keep pace with educational developments and trends and so are an ideal foundation for higher level courses such as AS and A Levels and the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Students typically sit seven to nine subjects in one session at the end of Year 11.