For students ages 11–18 school starts at 8:50 a.m. and ends at 4.00 p.m. For students ages 5–10, school starts at 8:50 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. For students 3–4 years old, school starts at 8:50 a.m. and ends at 12:20 p.m or at 4:00 p.m if the parent chooses. There is a 10-minute small break in the afternoon and a 50-minute lunch break during the school day.
Is there a school uniform?
There is no school uniform; however, students must adhere to an acceptable dress code.
Is there school transport?
The school has engaged a van service that provides transportation before and after school. Parents contract individually with this service.
What is the school student to teacher ratio?
QSI works on a teacher to student ratio of 16:1; however, the average class size at QSI Malta ranges between 7-14 students.
How many different nationalities are represented at the school?
Presently, there are 41 different nationalities represented in our school, some of which are—Sweden, Germany, United States, Russia, Italy, Malta, United Kingdom, France, Lithuania, Spain, Canada, Finland, Kuwait, Poland, Austria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, China, Czech Republic, Hungary, Palestine, Switzerland, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Croatia, Ghana, India, Ireland, Netherlands.
Our child does not speak English. Will QSI Malta still accept them?
Yes. We offer Intensive English lessons to these students at no extra cost. When the student is ready, they are integrated into the QSI curriculum.
If my child is advanced and needs reinforcement in an area, what provisions are made?
Students who need it, are given additional help which will include re-teaching the concepts plus additional extra lessons at no further cost. Advanced students are challenged either by moving forward through the curriculum at a faster pace or by challenging the students with materials at a higher level. Each student may also be given the option to participate in online courses, through QSI Virtual School (QVS), under the supervision of a teacher.
Apart from the registration, capital fund and tuition fees, are there any other costs involved?
Parents do not need to buy text books as these are loaned to the students by the school. Study trips and extra-curricular activities are included in the tuition fees. If annual school trips are planned out of the country, parents will be asked to pay for it.
Do you offer trial days for students at QSI Malta?
Yes, students can spend several days adapting to our school in order to ensure they feel comfortable.