CISK has comparatively a long and wide experience in education, now in its 10th year as a school provider in Kurdistan. We have developed and tested practices and policies for transforming our core convictions into reality. Command of the English language -100, of the teaching is in English, performed by native English-speaking and qualified local teachers. English is the staff language in corridors and classrooms. An international atmosphere is promoted in our schools. The diversity of the teaching staff strongly supports the international character of our schools. CISK promotes official languages in Iraq - skills in the Kurdish and Arabic languages fully upheld as well as in English. A safe and orderly school environment, in which teachers can teach and students learn - There are two parents meeting per academic year, a parent orientation by grade at the beginning of each academic year, and meetings at the end of academic Terms 1 & 2. Individual meetings with parents are conducted whenever needed or requested by the parents. The Principal is present, visible and alert on a daily basis. Students line up punctually outside their classrooms for lesson??? Good classroom management is applied. Graffiti is not tolerated anywhere and floors are kept garbage free. Good manners are applied; "Yes, please", "No, thank you". Staff members dress in a professional manner. Any bullying is acted upon with the highest degree of urgency. School toilets are kept fresh and clean. Staff are addressed by titles, Mr/Ms/Dr and first name. Parent suggestions and feedback are encouraged as they provide extra support to the school that gives added information to the Principal and CISK Administration Team for potential improvement. It is emphasized that the school is a workplace. Pride in a clean and well-functioning school is promoted.