7 reviews for Invictus International School Phnom Penh - (Reviews aren't verified )
This school is really terrible. Senior management keeps changing the staff and my son does not even know who some of his teachers are anymore. One of the teachers even told my son that he should stop schooling if he is not interested in studying!
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Enrolling at Invictus was a surprisingly thorough and smooth process that was completed completely online and provided the school with important details about my son's learning needs and personality, not just demographics. I was provided with a student handbook, curriculum outline, relevant policies and simple methods of tuition payment. Essentially, the entire process is well thought out and hides nothing from parents.
I really like the uniform and the classrooms are purpose built, well equipped and age appropriate from primary up to secondary. Walking onsite you are greeted by friendly staff and the overall atmosphere is very positive. All admissions and office staff are engaging and helpful. Not a bad word to say!
My three kids are going to Invictus from this August. They’ve just started to learn English, but thanks to the learning support that Invictus has provided, my kids are enjoying school very much.
Teachers are very supportive, patient, and thoughtful. I can never thank enough to the wonderful teachers and staffs of Invictus.
The overall school’s atmosphere is fantastic. I feel that teachers and staff really care about our children both academically and emotionally, appreciate the teacher's effort for helping my son to build his self confidence. After school clubs are about to start, looking forward!
We switched to Invictus this school year and couldn’t be happier. We received a great tour from Annette and got to meet the principal during our tour. We loved their focus on academics and you can see that their teachers are excited to be part of the Invictus Team.
The best part is our kids love the school and made friends on the first day.
We are so happy with our choice and glad we switched schools here in Phnom Penh.
My 8-year old started online schooling last week in Year 4. She was initially a little anxious about starting school online with a new teacher and classmates but after her first day she absolutely loves it. Her teachers are enthusiastic and engaging and her classmates were friendly and welcoming right from the beginning. Even though we are online and we don't get to see anyone in person there is still a great sense of school community. The internationally recognised curriculum ensures that when we go back to Australia in a couple of years my daughter will be able to easily keep up with the curriculum there. The school administrators made enrolment an easy, seamless experience with all forms completed and submitted online. They went above and beyond to get our book pack out to us in Siem Reap which was no easy task as provincial borders were closed due to covid. We didn't have man... read full review
I had a lot of worries about finding out international schools when I came as a resident employee.
There were many schools, but after visiting Invictus, I chose this place because clean facilities, kind teachers, and the children's comfortable faces looked good.
My shy children first said after attending school, "I'm lucky to be at this school."
So when I asked him why, he said the teacher was very good.
I expected to go to school crying at least a month, but I was so thankful that I said it was good from the first day.
Children can't go to school because of Corona. But the children want to go too much.
They were always kids who didn't want to go to school, so it's amazing and thank you.
I really expect the school to remain like this in the future.