Application forms can be completed at the office during working hours or online. If you are not able to apply online, download and complete one of the forms below and email the completed scanned form to email@example.com
We are delighted that you are considering enrolling your child in Queen Elizabeth School (QES) Buea. Buea is a fantastic place to raise a family, live, and learn. We want every child to reach their full potential and receive the greatest education possible, both in and out of the classroom. Our goal is to help young people build the skills they’ll need to succeed in the future.
The Admissions process at a glance
The Queen Elizabeth School (QES) is committed to providing high quality education to pupils from the age of 2 years to 12 years old. Parents wishing to enroll their children should provide all supporting documents as mentioned below.
Application check list
- Completed application form
- Two passport-sized photograph
- Copy of child’s birth certificate
- Copies of the last two years school reports (in English or French)
- Copy of the current year school report (if applicable)
- Pupils Transfer form or School Leaving Certificate
- Registration fees+ 50% tuition fees if place offered and accepted
Please note that QES does not provide boarding facilities, therefor children must be living in Tiko or parents must make arrangement for their accommodation.
Those interested in enrolling children at the school can arrange to meet a member of our staff who will explain all the procedures and conduct a tour of our facilities.
Please note that closing date for enrolment is August 15th of every year. Late applications will be considered on an individual basis, depending on availability of places. We keep class sizes small for maximum impact.
All applications forms (Application for admission form, Medical information form, cultural form & Initial contact form ) are to be scanned and submitted in PDF format to the Headteacher via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application procedure and admission policy
Enrolment is not automatic. The admission policy is designed to ensure that the pupils who attend the school have the capacity to thrive within, and benefit from, all that QES offers.
The admission procedures take into account three main strands:
1. Assessment results
Pupils will need to demonstrate the capacity and capability to benefit from the educational programmes at QES. The School may request applicants to complete an assessment prior to the offer of a place, depending on the year group that they wish to enter, to ensure the pupil’s educational needs can be met within a mainstream school setting and in an age-appropriate class.
Where there is some evidence of additional educational need, opportunities will be provided to discuss the child’s educational development in more detail, and for the school to carry out appropriate assessments, to decide whether an offer of a place can be made.
Wherever possible pupils/families will be interviewed prior to admission. These interviews will be carried out as part of the enrolment procedure by the relevant teacher, and through discussion with the Headteacher.
3. Previous record of attainment and achievement
Pupils entering school who have previous school experience will be expected to have a record of their past academic achievements from each school attended. It is also important to note that the school will place pupils in the most appropriate year group according to their chronological age, as outlined on the information sheet Class placement at QES.
Enrolment into Pre-Nursery
Applications for enrolment into Pre-Nursery are considered on a case by case basis. Entry is initially through consultation with the Head of Primary who will advise parents. It is anticipated that as part of the admissions procedure, potential pupils will spend some time with the class that they wish to enter, to allow our teaching and support staff to observe their behaviour and interaction with their peers, as well as being able to gauge their ability to communicate and understand English.
Enrolment into Nursery
The criteria for enrolment into Nursery is that all pupils must be capable of using English as their working language. It is anticipated that as part of the admissions procedure, potential pupils will spend some time with the class that they wish to enter, to allow our teaching and support staff to observe their behavior and interaction with their peers, as well as being able to gauge their ability to communicate and understand English.
Enrolment into Years 1 to 6
It is important for entry into Primary that pupils are confident and competent users of English. At this level, potential pupils may be asked to carry out short assessments to test their understanding and use of written English, in addition to assessing their ability in Mathematics.
It is anticipated that as part of the admissions procedure, potential pupil will spend some time with the class that they wish to enter, to allow our teaching and support staff to observe their behavior and interaction with their peers, as well as being able to gauge their ability to communicate and understand English
The online application includes student information, family information, and a 25,000Fcfa application fee for domestic applicants. The application deadline is August 15th.
Please note: You have to submit a separate form for each child you wish to enroll.