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Contact Details

10th Street, Musaffah Shaabiya
PO Box 1285721
Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates
Tel: +97126738200
Fax: +97138473364

 

FAQ

General FAQ.

  1. Where is Al Wurood International School located in Abu Dhabi ?

    Mashreq International School Boys Section is located in Al Mushrifa District and Girls  Section is in Al Fayha District. Please see the location Map

  2. What is school’s curriculum?

    Mashreq International School (MIS ) offers CBSE curriculum from Grade 1 to Grade XII. The curriculum at MIS is based upon strong academic roots. It emphasizes and relies upon what is best in traditional independent school education: scholarly excellence supported by a caring, pastoral and tutorial system, and a wide - ranging co- curricular programme. We are continually adapting and reacting to the changing demands of modern education: new subjects are added, new teaching techniques adopted, and there is an increasing awareness of the need to provide programmes of study that match individual needs and skills.

  3. Is multi language instruction offered?

    The medium of instruction is English. Hindi & Arabic are offered as Second Language and Arabic, Malayalam and Hindi are are offered as Third Language.

  4. What extracurricular activities are provided for the students?

    The school provides opportunity in a multitude of sports and recreational programmes. Training is provided in Football, Cricket, Badminton, Athletics etc. Physical training (PT) is carried out regularly on a weekly basis. Besides these, students will have a wide choice of activities according to their interests, such as Painting, Needle work, Knitting, Paper Art, Public speaking, Debate, Scouts and Guides and Art classes. The Students from I to XII are divided into four houses namely Sapphire, Topaz, Amber and Ruby. They represent these houses in the Mashreq Youth Festival (NWYF) where their talent has always been recognized, encouraged and nurtured.

  5. What features are available in the campus?

    Digi Class – is an ICT-based solution adhering to CBSE-Syllabus and is aided with multimedia-based interactive content. It not only empowers teachers to transform traditional blackboard and chalk classrooms into interactive sessions but makes the classroom sessions more interactive, interesting, comprehensive and effective through audio-visual approach. Digi Class involves EDURITE and its flagship product DigitALly – a massive multimedia resource library for delivery of subjects in a collaborative way in the classroom. This tool is effectively being used by the teachers in the Grades KG-12 to enhance the teaching process with animations, videos and diagrams for the better retention of the tedious and challenging concepts.

  6. Is there a parents and teachers meeting?

    Parent-Teacher meetings are conducted regularly to discuss the academic performance of their wards. Constructive suggestions from parents are always welcome and they will be given due consideration. Suggestions and matters concerning the student’s studies and discipline may be send to the Principal in writing on which further discussions can be arranged, if found necessary.

  7. Is the school approved by ministry of education?

    Yes, Mashreq International School (MIS ) is approved by the ministry of education of Saudi Arabia.

  8. What kind of transportation is provided for students?

    The school provides transport facility to the students through its own buses for transporting the students for different localities to the school and vice-versa. The overall transport operations are insured and systematically monitored on a daily basis.

  9. Do you have Scouts and Guides programme in your school?

    Scouts and guides provides the impetus for students to be ever ready to face challenges in this competitive environment. The scouts and guide movement also has regular camps and outward bound programmes which facilitate team and collaborative learning and also prepares them for leading and organizing programmes. There have been camporees, jamborees and camps organized under the able guidance of Bharat Scouts and Guides, India in KSA, India and Japan. These camps enable a child to be prepared for life eventually. Cubs and Bulbuls (Grade 2 & 3) Cubs and Bulbuls programme is the progressive advancement in scouting designed to satisfy the needs of the students of age group between 5 – 10 years. The purpose of the programme is to develop the inherent potential of the children by providing them a number of structured activities in order to make them physically, mentally, socially, spiritually and emotionally strong and useful citizens and members of local, national and international communities. School level camps of the Cubs and Bulbuls will be conducted to achieve this goal in which opportunities are provided to the Cubs and bulbuls to enjoy the specially carved out activities for them. Bunnies (KG) It is the kiddie’s version of Scouts and Guides Programme. The Bunnies boys and girls would become Cubs and Bulbuls between 7 – 10 years of age and later Scouts and Guides respectively. The programme will help the children involve in progressive discovery, acceptance of responsibility, and training towards the development of character, acquisition of competence, self- reliance, dependability, and capacities to cooperate and to lead. This will be achieved through the activities included during the sessions. This will be include as a part of the regular school curriculum so as to impart the life skills to the child.

  10. How do I arrange a meeting with my kid’s class teacher?

    The contact number of the class teacher will be shared with the parents. Parents can interact with the class teacher through the mobile app. Face to face meeting can be arranged with prior appointment.

  11. Does the school provide in-service training for the teachers?

    All round development of Teachers is an ongoing process at Mashreq Intl School. The Teachers manage the classrooms effectively bringing an invigorating atmosphere to their classes. To improve their quality of teaching, teachers attend regular workshops and in service programmes. They are at liberty to avail information from a well equipped library, audio visual aids and other labs. They have access to internet and web browsing to help them know more about latest trends and developments in their respective fields. Regular fieldtrips are organized for the teachers to make teaching more effective, enjoyable and collaborative.

  12. Does Al Wurood have a Arabic and Qur’an learning program?

    We have become the first international school in the Kingdom to start Understand Quran: the Easy Way. It is the easiest and the most effective learning method developed by Understand Quran Academy, Hyderabad. The lessons and Arabic grammar are taught using the most modern methodology. Total Physical Interaction (TPI) and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) are also employed in the programme. The message of the Quran along with its Arabic grammar is taught in an innovative manner by designing power point slides and easy to use textbooks as, workbooks, posters, games and vocabulary cards. The classes are conducted up to grade VIII. Arabic Language and Islamic studies as per the curriculum prescribed by the MoE is also adopted in the school in all classes.

  13. Is Al Wurood affiliated with any other schools?

    Al Wurood International School is run by BEST Schools (Bridgeway Educational Systems & Training). We have educational institutions in Middle East countries including Al Khozama International School Dammam- www.alkhozama.org

Admission related FAQ.

  1. How do I enroll my children?
    Applications for admission are to be made in the prescribed form with 2 copies of the parent?s & child?s passport and Iqama, Transfer Certificate (original), 4 copies of the student?s passport size photographs, 2 copies of Health Certificate and Birth Certificate of the student. Registration form and prospectus can be obtained on all working days from the office on payment of SR 150. Applicant is expected to fill the required information in the admission form and submit along with the required documents to the Administrative Office.
  2. How do I enroll my children?

    Applications for admission are to be made in the prescribed form with 2 copies of the parent’s & child’s passport and Iqama, Transfer Certificate (original), 4 copies of the student’s passport size photographs, 2 copies of Health Certificate and Birth Certificate of the student. Registration form and prospectus can be obtained on all working days from the office on payment of SR 150. Applicant is expected to fill the required information in the admission form and submit along with the required documents to the Administrative Office.

  3. Is there any admission test or entrance test?

    The Entrance Test will help us to understand the level of the child in core subjects. The test is for duration of approximately 40 minutes and the subjects for Admission Tests are as follows; Class I to VIII – English, Math & Hindi Class IX & X – English, Math & any one of the II Language (Hindi / Urdu/ Malayalam / Arabic) Class XI & XII (Science Stream) – Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths & General Studies. Class XI & XII (Commerce Stream) – Economics / Civics & General Studies. The school will give the feedback to the parents based on the test.

  4. What are the age requirements for KG admission?

    Age for admission is calculated from the beginning of the accadamic year ( Age as on April 1st) 2.6 - PRE KG 3.6 - LKG 4.6 – UKG 5.6 – Grade 1( If a valid Transfer certificate of UKG is available) else 5.9

  5. Does Al Wurood accept student only in the beginning of education year?

    Admission to new students in various classes shall be given during the first week of December and will be kept open until April except in case of admission of transfer from a central or recognized English Medium School having similar pattern of academic year and course as of this school. Such pupil shall be admitted at anytime during the academic year depending upon the availability of seats. In such cases, the gap between leaving the previous school and joining this school should not ordinarily be more than a month.

  6. What happens after the application is submitted?

    Parents along with child have to Visit School where the admission in charge will be giving all the details about the school and admission process followed by Child assessment and document verification and then admission.

  7. Does al Mashreq have a waiting list?

    Waiting list should not ordinarily be more than a month.

  8. Will my child be assessed for admission?

    The Entrance Test will be for duration of approximately 40 minutes and the subjects for Admission Tests are as follows; Class I to VIII – English, Math & Hindi Class IX & X – English, Math & any one of the II Language (Hindi / Urdu/ Malayalam / Arabic) Class XI & XII (Science Stream) – Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths & General Studies. Class XI & XII (Commerce Stream) – Economics / Civics & General Studies. The school will declare the result within a week’s time and the same will be intimated to the parents. If the child/children qualify in the entrance test, the parents along with the child/children should meet the Principal/ Vice Principal for the allotment of Class & Section. After obtaining the Principal/ Vice Principal signature of approval, the fees as prescribed in the prospectus may be deposited at the cash counter.

  9. Is there any application fee?

    Registration form and prospectus can be obtained on all working days from the office on payment of SR 150.

  10. Can I apply online?

    Registration can be done online. The parents are requested to visit the school for further proceedings.

  11. When does the admission begin?

    Admission to new students in various classes shall be given during the first week of December and will be kept open until April except in case of admission of transfer from a central or recognized English Medium School having similar pattern of academic year and course as of this school. Such pupil shall be admitted at anytime during the academic year depending upon the availability of seats. In such cases, the gap between leaving the previous school and joining this school should not ordinarily be more than a month.

  12. What are the tuition fees?

    Please visit the link

  13. Can I visit the campus?

    Yes, Parents can visit the campus from Saturday to Thursday. Male parents are allowed to visit the Boys’ school and female parents are allowed to visit the Girls’ campus. Office Timing Sunday – Thursday Boys’ Section : 06:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Girls’ Section : 06.45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday Boys’ Section : 09:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m. Girls’ Section : 08.30 a.m. to 12:30 pm

  14. How many students are there in each class?

    On average 20 – 25 are there in each class. 

  15. Does the school conduct field trips and outbound trainings?

    Planned Visits are arranged to promote the broad and balanced curriculum offered, as these activities hone a child's personal and social skills apart from meeting educational objectives. During vacations, the school organizes outward bound tour, both national and international. Children are a part of exciting and challenging outdoor activities like traversing, rappelling and other adventurous sports and the kids have a lot to cherish in this outdoor learning. International tours are also a regular feature in our learning programme to appreciate the rich, historic and cultural legacy of mankind.

  16. Does the school have any programme to develop the pulic speaking skills of the students?

    Yes, Gavel Club is an affiliate of Toastmasters International, the leading movement devoted to make effective oral communication, a world-wide reality. Mashreq is privileged to be the first school to float Toastmasters International club in Abu Dhabi for Teachers and Gavel club for students. This programme helps the participants in overcoming nervousness while before an audience, organize and present ideas logically and convincingly, and participate in and even lead discussions or meetings.

  17. Is there a school uniform or dress code?

    School Uniform Boys KG Section (Pre KG / LKG / UKG) Polo T-shirt (Parrot Green Pique) with school logo, checked shorts, black shoes and white socks. House wise sportswear, white socks and white sports shoes. Grade I - XII Half sleeve white shirt with school logo, green trousers, black shoes and white socks. Includes Blazers and House wise sportswear, white socks and white sports shoes. Girls KG Section (Pre KG / LKG / UKG) Knee length polo frock (Parrot Green Pique) with school logo, leggings, black shoes and white socks. Includes House wise sportswear, white socks and white sports shoes. Grade I - XII Full sleeve white shirt with school logo, Pinafore (knee length with two side box pleat) half elastic trousers, head scarf with black shoes and socks. Includes Blazers and House wise sportswear, white socks and white sports shoes.

  18. What is the length of one school year?

    April to March.

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