To inspire every child to recognise their full potential, believe they can make a difference and respect themselves, others and the world in which they live.
iCAN teaches expatriate and local children in Phnom Penh, the largest proportion of our pupil base being: 30% Cambodian, 14% American, 13% Australian, 8% Korean, 6% British, 4% Thai, 4% Japanese and 3% French. The School has two parallel classes for each year group.
In August 2006 we moved into our new school building. The new school is a 5000 square metre campus in the heart of the city. The campus includes modern purpose-built teaching and sports facilities. The Early Years Foundation Stage (age 3-5 years) occupy their own spacious and secluded Early Years Foundation Stage Unit on the campus. Our younger children (18 months-3 years) enjoy their learning experience at our iCAN PLAY Early Years Centre, which is situated close to the main School campus. Following our rapid growth, we have embarked on a development programme. iCAN British International School now offers education up to and including Year 8.
iCAN British International School aims to achieve academic excellence whilst incorporating the traditional values of good manners, discipline and commitment to the school and the wider communities. The school delivers a continuous and consistent education to the highest standard. Our curriculum is based on the National Curriculum for England and Wales, but is adapted for those areas where an international perspective is more appropriate.