SHAPING THE FUTURE OF EGYPT
Futures Language Schools: Maadi
To ensure maximum geographical outreach, our schools are spread across Egypt with expansion plans, both nationally and internationally. There are 14 schools in Cairo, and 8 schools in Giza, Red Sea, South Sinia, Suez, Assiut, Minya, Sohag, and Qena; totaling 22 language and international schools in Egypt. Our language schools offer the Egyptian National Curriculum from Pre-Kindergarten up to Thanaweya Amma.
Year of Establishment: 1999
Dr. Sanna Senary
Joined Futures in 2006 with a B.Sc. majoring in Chemistry and a teaching diploma from AUC. In 2008, I obtained my Masters in Analytical Chemistry and became a senior science teacher. In 2011, I took on the role of Stage Deputy in Maadi. In 2012, I earned a diploma in “Distance Learning.” I assumed the position of LMS Coordinator in 2013 and later became the Assistant to the Futures Education Consultant in 2015. I also obtained a QA certificate in teaching from Naqaa.
In 2016, I completed the first part of my Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Cairo University. Additionally, I served as the Head of the Futures Exam Unit. In 2017, I received a communication skills certificate from the Canadian Institute. I am also a certified IG teacher by the British Board and hold a teaching certification for American schools from Power Ed. In 2019, I assumed the role of Principal for the Moqattam branch. In 2023, I was promoted to hold the position of the school director of Maadi branch.
“Being a principal is a challenge. But since knowledge is power, and I have traveled a long way, I enjoy dealing with that challenge every day. I use my knowledge to improve the process of learning for my students, and the career path for my colleagues, leading them all into a better future.”
Type of Curriculum & Certificate
Egyptian National Curriculum – Thanaweya Amma
At Futures Language Schools, we believe in incorporating a variety of teaching methods and approaches, to ensure that students receive a well-rounded education that emphasizes critical thinking, problem-solving, and cross-cultural understanding.
One of the key components of our educational philosophy is project-based learning. Students work on long-term projects that require them to apply knowledge and skills in a real-world context. This approach can foster collaboration, creativity, and problem-solving skills, as students work together to find solutions to complex problems.
We strongly believe in the power of collaborative learning to enhance students’ educational experiences. The school encourages its students to work together in small groups to complete tasks and solve problems. Through group assignments and extracurricular activities, students develop important interpersonal skills, such as communication and teamwork, while building a sense of community within the school.
We also place a strong emphasis on inquiry-based learning. This approach encourages students to explore topics and concepts, developing their understanding through investigation and discovery. Teachers provide guidance and support as students explore their interests and engage in critical thinking and problem-solving.
We recognize that students learn best through hands-on experiences that enable them to apply what they have learned in a real-world context. To support experiential learning, the school provides students with opportunities to participate in field trips, simulations, and other experiential activities that promote learning through discovery and exploration.