Founded in January 2017, the school is the Group’s first venture. It offers a multilingual and quality education and is built on the principles of empowerment, social diversity and well-being. About 20% of the current 485 pupils at EBB are supported mainly through the school’s revenue.
The EBB’s strategic investment structure allows pupils from truly diverse social backgrounds to access high quality but affordable private education.
While managing the organic growth of EBB, the group is planning the incorporation of a catering company known as the Good Food Company. The GFMC will run the existing bakery which currently sells its daily bread and pastries to the school and neighbours of the school.
Inside its future premises at the EBB campus, the GFMC’s new multipurpose hall will host the school’s canteen during the week, and other festive or meeting events over the week-end and during school holidays
The new modern kitchen will have the capacity for the preparation of breakfast and lunch meals for 1’000 pupils and staff members every day. The canteen will only serve food that is locally grown and organically produced.
The meals will be prepared and served by trainees under the supervision of professional staff through the GFC vocational training programme for unemployed adults. The same staff members will serve during the several events hosted at the GFC hall and external engagements through its catering service. The new international airport presents a immense opportunity for the GFC.
SDG 1 | Creating employment opportunities through the social enterprises we launch
SDG 2 | Offering fresh and sustainably sourced meals to campus and beyond
SDG 3 | Organizing sports activities for both students, teachers and staff
SDG 4 | Offering a high quality multilingual education via EBB regardless of ability to pay.
SDG 5 | Prioritizing gender equality in recruitment of staff and enrollment of students
SDG 6 | Focusing on efficient water usage and sanitation
SDG 7 | Minimizing energy consumption and investing in green technologies
SDG 8 | Promoting decent work through attractive compensation packages
SDG 9 | Investing in new infrastructure for campus expansion
SDG 10 | Ensuring no child is left behind due to being from a low-income family or any disability
SDG 11 | Centering sustainability in current and future programming to support the community
SDG 12 | Commiting to developing our community by sourcing products locally
SDG 13 | Teaching climate awareness through the Ecole du Bon Berger curriculum
SDG 14 | Sensitising Ruti Group members including our students to take care of aquatic life
SDG 15 | Training all Ruti Group members, including our students, to be role models in conserving the environment and life on land
SDG 16 | RUTI Group aims to live in harmony with all stakeholders
SDG 17 | RUTI Group aims to align with community initiatives and create strong partnerships for a better future of our children