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Jonathan Warner, Head Master

Thank you for taking the time to look at the Jeddah Prep and Grammar School website. If you are a visitor to this site, I hope that it will give you an insight into our School, and if you are already a part of our community I hope that it will form a constant reference point to keep you updated on daily life and future developments at the School.

JPGS provides education for boys and girls from the ages of three to eighteen, following the National Curriculum of England and Wales with a number of additional elements such as the study of the Arabic language and Local Cultural Studies.   Our curriculum prepares pupils to sit for the rigorous Cambridge IGCSE and A-Level programmes in Years Eleven and Thirteen.  We aim to see all our students confident to take their rightful place amongst the best and the brightest, able to work at any level in any part of the world.  Thus, we aim to provide tailor-made advice and support for university entrance worldwide to ensure their futures are secure.

JPGS brings children together from many nations to learn and grow together. Our experienced and fully qualified staff of local and expatriate teachers are dedicated to providing children with the very best that international education has to offer.  We wish to stand proud as a beacon of academic excellence; the life lessons of lasting impact and great worth: self-discipline, integrity of character, care for others, and a sense of values permeate every aspect of your child’s time here.

Education does not only take place in the classroom but on the sports pitch, performing on stage or exploring in the field, and so all students at JPGS are encouraged take risks, develop existing interests and try new ones via participation in our enrichment programme.  These elements combine to provide our pupils with the knowledge and skills to thrive in a globally mobile, competitive world.

A child’s time at school must be a period of growth for each individual to explore their mind’s full potential.  As the children develop, they have the chance to become an elder of the school, to mentor younger children, to put something back into the community; to learn to lead.

For any school to be successful, it must act in open and honest partnership with families.  Communication is at the heart of this, and in that spirit, I have an open-door policy to all our parents to come and discuss their child’s experience and progress.  If you wish to join us, the School is in full operation and welcomes visitors, so please come and take a tour, meet the staff and children, and see the outstanding facilities which we enjoy.  I look forward to the opportunity to speaking with you personally.

Jonathan Warner

Head Master