Bringing 140 years of outstanding
British education to Cairo, for children aged 3 to 18.
Opening September 2024
Located in the prestigious Bloomfields development in Mostakbal City, New Cairo, King’s College will open in September 2024 for pupils aged 3 to 18. Based on the King’s UK curriculum, King’s Cairo will offer the British EYFS and Junior curriculum for all pupils. Then, pupils will choose to follow either a British or US senior school curriculum allowing them access to the world’s best universities.
Why King’s College Cairo
140 Years of
Subject specialist approach
King’s College Values
To enable all children to realise their full academic potential and instil an enthusiastic and engaging approach to lifelong learning.
To inspire children to develop an intellectual curiosity that extends beyond the curriculum into the world around them.
Care for others
To instil an understanding that strong communities are built on a sense of responsibility and commitment to the service of others.
Respect and tolerance
To develop an appreciation of human diversity and the promotion of an inclusive spirit with respect to others.
To create a culture of self-discipline in which children increasingly take responsibility for their own learning, behaviour and involvement in wider opportunities.
Leadership and enterprise
To encourage creativity, innovation and collaboration to equip children as potential leaders of the future.
King’s College UK
King’s College UK is over 140 years old at its current campus, but its roots can be traced back over 600 years to the 16th century. King’s is the flagship school of the well-respected Woodard Group whose founder, Nathaniel Woodard, created a series of schools offering modern teaching, with an all-round approach.
Each year pupils graduate from King’s to some of the UK’s most prestigious universities including Oxford, Cambridge, King’s College London, University College London, and the Russell Group network, as well as international destinations such as the United States.