With the beginning of the increased movement of Syrians to the Turkish camps, approximately six thousand people arrived to Nizip camp close to Gaziantep City including lots of children who dropped out of school, which led Orient for Human Relief to establish a school in Nizip city in the beginning of second semester of the school year 2012-2013. The school serves around two thousand students in all age groups including: kindergarten, elementary, middle school, and high school. Both Syrian and Libyan curriculum are both taught in the school.
Equipping Orient school in Nizip
The students of Nizip Orient school
- Kindergarten: which includes /6/ classrooms that contain collectively more than /300/ children.
- Primary school level:
- First grade: consists of /6/ classrooms that contain more than /300/ students.
- The second grade: which consists of /4/ classrooms with more that /200/ students.
- Third, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade: contains /3/ classrooms for each grade. Each grade has more than /150/ students.
- Middle school level:
- The seventh grade: consists of /2/ classrooms with more than /125/ students.
- The eighth grade: consists of /2/ classrooms with more than /100/ students.
- The ninth grade: consists of /2/ classrooms with more than /100/ students.
- The high school level:
- The tenth grade: consists of /2/ classrooms wit more than /75/ students.
- The eleventh grade: consists of one classroom with more than /25/ students.
- The twelfth grade: consists of two class rooms one offers the Syrian curriculum, and the other classroom offers Libyan Curriculum. Both of the classrooms have more than /75/ students.
Statistics of HR
- Service Staff