Summerfield International School
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|Summerfield International school|
Logo of the school.
Scientia Terras Irradumus
|School type||English Medium|
|Principal||Mrs. Anjum Hossain|
|Classes||Preschool - A-levels|
|Average class size||20|
Summerfield International School, Bangladesh, is the senior section of Tiny Tots School, which was founded in 1974 by Mrs Faizi Chowdhury. It has classes up to class X, with students appearing for the O-Level examination. The school has than 1200 students, and is an English medium school.
The school campus has five buildings in the city of Dhaka, and campuses in Mohammadpur and Dhamondi. The school principal is Mrs. Anjum Hossain.
Tiny Tots Playgroup was founded in 1974 by Mrs. Faizi Chowdhury and a Swedish educationist Ms. Margoth Enander, with 14 children. After Ms. Margoth Enander's departure, the school came under Mrs. Chowdhury's care Very soon it was no longer just a playgroup but a full-fledged junior section.
After two decades Ms. Anjum Husain, daughter of Mrs. Chowdhury, opened Summerfield to provide the junior section students with education. The school now has six campuses with more than 1200 student body. It is a co-educational school offering a complete pre- school, primary, and secondary school program leading to the GCE O’ Level/IGCSE examination. School clubs include Debate, Drama, Music, Community Service, Science projects and sports.
In 2006, the first batch completed GCE O’ Level examination.
The school's motto is Scientia Terras Irradumus which means "We irradiated the knowledge world" which means that the teaching given in the school gives knowledge to youth.
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