Bangladesh School Muscat
 

As far as admission of the students is concerned, school follows guidelines and regulations meant for community schools in the Sultanate of Oman formulated by the Ministry of Education. Although it is established to educate the children of Bangladeshi community, subject to locals/law, admissions are open to the students of all nationalities. To get admitted, a student must qualify in the admission test and fulfill the age requirements.

 

Primary Section

Middle Section

 Senior Section

Age Class

Age Class

Age Class

5+ Reception 2

10+ Year 5

14+ Year 9

6+ Year 1

11+ Year 6

15+ Year 10

7+ Year 2

12+ Year 7

16+ Year 11

8+ Year 3

13+ Year 8

17+ Year 12

9+ Year 4

 

 


Courses
 

Subjects offered to the InternationalGCSE (Ordinary Level)

  • Accounting
  • Art & Design
  • Bengali
  • Biology
  • Business Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English Language
  • ICT
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
     

Subjects offered to the GCE/IAL (Advanced Level)

  • Accounting
  • Art and Design
  • Applied Business
  • Applied ICT
  • Biology
  • Business studies
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Mathematics
  • Physics

     

    CODE OF CONDUCT
    (For students)

    • Be responsible for learning, developing adequate study habits, and completing class assignments.
    • Be responsible for all the class requirements as stipulated by the school.
    • Come to school and be present in all classes every school day – any absences, late arrivals or early discharges must be supported by documented approval        from a parent or a guardian.
    • Maintain a favorable environment in which learning and extracurricular activities can take place so that everyone involved enjoys and benefits from it.
    • Comply fully with the school dress code – shirts should be tucked in at all times.
    • Handle school supplies, materials, equipments and properties with due care – any irresponsible damages must be reimbursed.
    • Maintain proper behavior at all times.
    • Do not bring mobile phones in the school.
    • Do not vandalize school properties – writing on tables, desks, walls or on toilet doors is strictly forbidden.
    • Speaking in other languages except English is not permitted.
    • All forms of bullying is strictly forbidden and will incur severe punishment.
    • Any foul play or use of vulgar language is strictly forbidden and will incur serious punishment.
    • Smoking or chewing gum in the school premises is strictly forbidden.
    • Leaving school during school hours without permission is strictly forbidden and will incur serious punishment.
    • Carrying unauthorized sports items to the school is forbidden.
    • Gathering on staircases, corridors, in front of school canteen or wash-room is strictly forbidden. Keep your class rooms clean and tidy at all times – any form of       littering in school premises is forbidden – rubbish must be disposed off in the bins provided.
    • Boys are not permitted to wear any form of jewelry.
    • For girls – jewelry must be kept to a bare minimum – preferably, stud earrings may only be worn – nail polishes are not allowed.
    • To maintain a common decency, no forms of indecent physical contacts between students are allowed inside or outside a classroom.