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Excellez dans votre examen GCE O’level avec 224 de cours préparatoires intensifs d’EnkoEducation

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Nous vous invitons à rejoindre d’autres élèves dans ce qui est une véritable communauté internationale d’apprentissage dans la première école du Baccalauréat International au Cameroun, Enko éducation.

Notre équipe d’enseignants amicales vous guidera à travers une série de pratique intensive de préparation du GCE O’level.

Pourquoi rejoindre notre programme ?

  • Des professeurs hautement qualifiés: enseignants IB formés, examinateurs du GCE ..
  • Approches d’apprentissage diversifiées: l’apprentissage basé sur les tâches, et TIC
  • L’acquisition et le développement intensif de langues (Anglais et Français)
  • Espace favorable aux études

Qu’est-ce que vous gagnerez

  • Approfondissez vos connaissances
  • Développez de nouvelles idées et des activités pratiques pour le développement des compétences
  • Développez une compréhension globale de la façon de passer le GCE O’level
  • Un certificat de fin de cours pour stimuler votre déclaration personnelle

Informations sur le programme

  • Durée du programme: à partir du 9 janvier 2016 au 21 mai 2016
  • Les heures requises: 224
  • Jours ouvrables: tous les Samedi, et du Lundi au Vendredi pour la semaine de Pâques
  • Plan de paiement: flexible
  • Coût par heure : FCFA 2500 FCFA 1500 (prix de lancement)
  • Les élèves ciblés : Formulaire 5 étudiants

Inscrivez-vous avant le 8 Janvier 2016

À l’école de 9h à 16h, du Lundi au Vendredi

Enko Education, au sein du collège La Gaieté , Nouvelle Route De Bastos

Ou en remplissant ce formulaire

Pour plus de détails appelez:

6 98 15 61 76 ou 6 53 23 56 52

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Excel in your GCE O’level exam with Enko Education’s 224 hours intensive preparatory classes

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élève diplome

We invite you to join other students in what is a truly international learning community in the the first International Baccalaureate school in Cameroon, Enko Education.

Our team of friendly teachers will guide you through a series of intensive but lively practical GCE O’level preparation.

Why join our programme 

  • Highly qualified teachers: IB trained teachers, GCE examiners…
  • Diversified learning approaches: Task-based learning, ICT enhanced learning,
  • Intensive language acquisition and development (English and French)
  • Conducive classroom layout

What you will gain 

  • Deepen your knowledge
  • Develop new ideas and practical activities for skills development
  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of how to pass the GCE O’level
  • End-of-course certificate to boost your personal statement

Information about the programme 

  • Programme period: from the 9th of january 2016 to the 21st of may 2016
  • Amount of hours required: 224
  • Teaching days: every saturday including the weekdays of the Easter break
  • Payment plan: flexible
  • Cost per hour: FCFA 2500 FCFA 1500 (launch price)
  • Students targeted: form 5 students

Register before the 8th of january 2016

At the school from 9am to 4pm, monday to friday

Enko Education, in La Gaieté school, Nouvelle Route De Bastos

Or by filling this form

For further details call: 6 98 15 61 76 or 6 53 23 56 52

 

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The Visit of the Liberian Ambassador to Enko Education, Yaounde

The Liberian Ambassador to Cameroon, His Excellency Daniel S.Toby, honored our invitation to deliver a career talk on 9th October 2015. On ground to welcome the amabssador were the staff and students of Enko Education and the management of La Gaiete.

In his brief welcome message, the Head of School focused on two essential issues; the IB practice of utilising the resources of the host community in the implementation of the IB diploma programme and the optimism with respect to encouraging full attention of the students.

The ambssador’s speech, “Knowing Thyself”, focused on identifying one’s calling, being an inquirer and developing creative imagination. He expounded on these themes through his personal history, career and his eventual emergence within a very difficult context of the Liberian Civil War.

The session came to an end with the question and answer section. The thought-provoking questions asked by the students attested to the realization of the need for self-reflection and change of perspective on their studies and life beyond Enko Education. It was no doubt an enriching experience for all.

In her closing remarks, the founder of La Gaiete, Madam Justine Nkonchou stated that “this is one initiaive that I hope is repeated as often as possible. I believe our students have a lot to learn from the real life stories of public figures.”