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Phnom Penh

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Private International School in Phnom Penh With Cambridge Curriculum

Invictus International School Phnom Penh offers private international education from Early Years (Kindergarten) through to Year 13. The school is located in central Phnom Penh and is equipped with modern learning facilities and qualified educators who are experienced in delivering holistic English curricula to cultivate international learners. French and Chinese are offered as additional languages from Reception through to Cambridge A-Levels.

Why Us

  • Quality and Affordable Education
  • Cambridge: Internationally Recognised Curriculum
  • Established International School Network
Quality and Affordable Education

Invictus was founded to provide quality and affordable education from Kindergarten to Cambridge A-Levels, utilising rigorous internationally renowned curricula and providing immersive classroom experiences through experienced educators to help our young learners develop a spirit of lifelong learning and excellence. Our world-class facilities provide a nurturing environment for students to learn in, keeping them actively engaged and ready to receive education.

Cambridge: Internationally Recognised

The Cambridge international curriculum sets a global standard for primary and secondary education, and is recognised by universities and employers worldwide. We employ international curriculums that are flexible, challenging and inspiring, culturally sensitive yet international in approach. Cambridge students develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning.

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Established International School Network

Originally established in Singapore, Invictus has campuses in Singapore, Hong Kong, Cambodia and Thailand offering international kindergarten, primary education, and secondary education. We offer seamless transfer to existing students who wish to transfer to any of our Invictus campuses in another country.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1How much does your international school in Cambodia cost?

You can find the full details on our school fees here!

2How big are the classes at Invictus School?

We maintain small class sizes in our schools, allowing students to connect with teachers and receive the individual attention they need. The maximum class size is 1 teacher to 25 students.

3What Curriculum is used at Invictus Phnom Penh?

At Invictus, we utilise the UK Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) for students aged 4 to 5. Our primary years programme uses the Cambridge Primary Curriculum. It is based on the UK national curriculum used by many schools worldwide and has the added benefit of a global mindedness which is key to raising global citizens.

The Cambridge Primary Curriculum is supplemented with Jolly Phonics, a UK phonics-based program. Jolly Phonics uses a fun and child-centred approach to teaching literacy through synthetic phonics. With actions for each of the 42 letter sounds, this multi-sensory method is very motivating for children and teachers alike as they can see their students achieve.

Lastly, our international secondary program makes use of the Cambridge secondary curriculum, an internationally recognised accreditation, which ensures admission to higher education institutions worldwide.

For more information please check out our curriculum page here.

4How is the Cambridge Primary Curriculum different from International Baccalaureate (IB)?

Both the Cambridge Primary Curriculum and the IB are inquiry-based learning curriculums. However, Cambridge Primary Curriculum sets uniform learning goals, while the IB allows each school to decide their own learning goals. This might lead to varying degrees in quality of education. Since the Cambridge primary Curriculum is standardised, parents are able to find the learning goals that are covered online, regardless of the school the child is attending. It is also multidisciplinary rather than transdisciplinary, which means only subjects that naturally fit into a theme are used rather than forcing every subject to be in every unit.

5What is Singapore Mathematics?

Singapore mathematics is a teaching method based on the national mathematics curriculum of Singapore used for Year 1 to Year 6. The term was initially coined in the United States to describe an approach developed initially in Singapore, which teaches students to learn and master fewer mathematical concepts at greater detail and having them learn these concepts using a three-step learning process. The three steps in this process are concrete, pictorial, and abstract. In the first step, students engage in hands-on learning experiences using tangible objects such as chips, dice, or paper clips. This is followed by drawing pictorial representations of mathematical concepts. In the lower grades, we focus mostly on the first two stages. Students then solve mathematical problems abstractly by using numbers and symbols at the higher levels. Singapore Mathematics has been adopted successfully in at least 25 countries.

6How does Invictus compare to other public and private international schools?

What makes us one of the best international schools? Invictus has an excellent track record, offering premium and affordable education to international students in Cambodia. We offer a British international education that provides holistic learning and prepares students for global citizenship. Our tuition fees are relatively lower in comparison with other international private schools, our team of teachers all have experience in the education sector, and they come from more than 20 countries worldwide.

7Does Invictus offer a foreign language programme?

Yes, we offer a bilingual program. Parents can select between English and French, English and Mandarin or English and Khmer. While Cambodian citizens are required to take English and Khmer, they may discuss an option of studying a third language. Lessons are taught at a level comfortable to the children during school hours. With globalisation, it is crucial that we hone the multi-lingual abilities of each child to give them a competitive edge. As demand builds for additional languages we will look into providing these.