There are around 48,000 Syrian children living in these camps and many have not received formal education since the Syrian conflict began in 2011. While UNICEF and RI are focusing their resources around supporting Syrian teachers on the camp, they have recently begun to recruit English teachers for some of the older children, who desperately need to pass the Tawjihi exams (Jordanian equivalent of A-levels) in order to be accepted into universities and jobs in Jordan.
OF to undertake relief work on Syrian border
Celebration of the life of Ian Foster (K46-53)
James Ruddock-Broyd reports : A Celebration of His Life was held at The Farmers Club, London on 9 February 2024. His…
SOF AGM and Annual Gathering 2024 at the College
In the afternoon there will be an OF v Framlingham 1st X1 pre-season cricket match. If you would like to play,…