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Pink DAY

'Pink' was our colour and 'Hope' was our theme across MES Cairo today. Our students engaged in several activities to raise awareness, funds and support for our wellbeing agenda generally, and the Breast Cancer Foundation of Egypt specifically.

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CAS trip

MES Cairo's IB students are having a very busy CAS trip! They have worked hard, renovating three houses in an impoverished village in Mamoura. They have also visited several places including the impressive Bibliotheca Alexandria and the fascinating Citadel Of Qaitbey.

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Keep Egypt warm Campaign

November / December 2019

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WELCOME TO OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Modern English School Cairo is not just an "Outstanding" school; it is a 'home away from home' for all who work, study and spend most of the hours of the day here learning and contributing to the lives of others. When you walk through our gates, turn the pages of our publications or browse through our social media, I hope you will sense the familial atmosphere that is evident in our daily lives. In my long years of experience, generations of students have come through these doors and graduated and grown to become young men and women of whom I am extremely proud. Many of them are now parents themselves and have entrusted us with their own children. This is the legacy which carries us through the years and which will lead us to the future. I hope you enjoy your experience with us and feel free to learn more about our ever-growing family.

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IBDP Art Exhibition

Our IBDP Visual Art students presented their final Exhibition this week. We were taken on a stunning journey of artworks.

Y6 Cyprus trip

The first day of the Y6 Cyprus trip started with an exhilarating 5km hike through the stunning Smigies Nature Trail.

Theory of Knowledge

DP12 shared their final Theory of Knowledge (TOK) Presentations with Ms Banks, Mr Rainford and Ms Hanlon along with many other subject teachers.