Philosophy and Mission

Our guiding principles

At The British School Al Rehab, we continuously monitor and study outstanding education systems and schools throughout the world in order to learn from new directions and ideas. It is clear to us that education is necessarily transforming to better prepare young people for a changing world. With the increasing availability and use of technology and the introduction of the likes of artificial intelligence in our world, students need to do more than merely memorise knowledge and facts if they are to be successful in the future. To that end, we are leading the way in providing an effective and relevant education for the young people of Egypt.

Our ultimate aim is to be an educational leader in Egypt, while working at an international level through the wider GEMS Education network.

Our Vision

To deliver highly dynamic, progressive and personalised learning
that enables students to be leaders, designers, creators and contributors in our world.

Our Commitment

Provide the highest standard of education in the English language to students from culturally rich and diverse backgrounds.

Enable and challenge pupils to develop into well-educated, confident people who are ready to lead fulfilled lives in whatever sphere they choose.

Value all pupils as individuals and provide a safe and exciting environment in which they can develop.

Inspire in pupils a love for learning that will sustain them throughout their lives.

What they say about us

The Department for Education in the United Kingdom has put in place a programme for the inspection of British schools overseas, whereby schools are inspected against a common set of standards. The inspection of TBS was completed by Penta International, approved by the British government to conduct inspections for British school overseas.

The inspection report states: “The British School Al Rehab (TBS) is a good school with some outstanding features. The partnership with parents is outstanding and the students, parents and staff are highly committed to the school.”