Facilities

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Cambridge School of Constanta offers a range of educational and developmental facilities on campus.

The Cambridge exam hall is setup according to the standards imposed by the University of Cambridge, while the school’s science lab brings learning to life, by facilitating experiments that enhance a student’s understanding of key concepts relating to chemistry, physics, and biology. The IT laboratory has a network of 24 computers, used for both Information and Communication Technology and computer science classes, as well as a variety of extracurricular activities, which allow students to develop important skills and knowledge in the field of IT. The sports hall (gymnasium) is is equipped according to European standards and allows for the practice of a wide range of sports, including football, basketball, handball, and tennis. As a result, physical education and sports classes are a constant opportunity for students to have fun and exercise, strengthening their immune systems while helping to improve their school performance, discipline, motivation, team spirit and sportsmanship.

The school library is an important source of information for Cambridge School of Constanta students and holds a selection of up-to-date nonfiction and fiction books and novels. The indoor and outdoor playgrounds have been designed to provide recreational spaces for students to enjoy breaks with their colleagues, as well as planned, educational activities and fun events. The dining areas (cafeteria) provide a comfortable and safe space in which students can enjoys their meals each day, with one room for kindergarten students (total capacity of 60 seats) and another dining room for primary school, middle school, and high school students (total capacity of 110 seats).

Cambridge School of Constanta aims to maintain a modern approach to teaching and each classroom is equipped with the latest available technologies, allowing for more engaging and interactive lessons. For safety purposes, all school spaces are also equipped with a video surveillance system and, for parents of children in kindergarten, grades 0 and grade 1, it is possible to watch the footage from home.

Budget

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Media Library

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