School Service

Technical Support Services

The mission of the Technical Service department is to assist teachers and students in the educational process by providing support and maintenance for all network, telecommunications, computer, computer-related devices, and software. Technology permeates all aspects of school life.  The School use variety systems that provide everything from grading and daily attendance, instruction, online testing, library services, and all business needs.

Student Support Services

To support the students’ learning, students need access to well-maintained technology.Safety for students, staff and school visitors are the focus of campus police officers. Through the efforts of a host of of professional educators and support staff, schools create learning environments that best enables teachers to teach and students to learn.

  • Montessori Program:

To implant the skills of independency in our early learners, the school has undertaken the Montessori Program as a part of our educational curriculum to have our early learners discover and explore knowledge of the world and to develop their maximum potential.

  • Cognitive Program:

Cognitive skills are enhanced by conducting regular competitions spelling bee contests, recitations, science fair.

  • Safety Program:

Emergency exits, school maps and emergency procedures are available for the students who are train on emergency procedures throughout the year.

  • Medical Program:

School has first aid facilities to oversee general health and hygiene; also school has nursing room that well equipped  and managed by a licensed well experienced nurse. It also supports activities like regular dental checkups by the dentist, first aid session, personal hygiene session.

  • Healthy Food Service:
  • K.G custodians distribute a pie and juice or milk to the children daily. Mothers are free to provide their children with a packed lunch including a healthy snack.
  • Canteen facility, available for the grades section students and the staff, sells healthy snack.
  • Candy and sodas are not allowed as part of students` snack. Milk and juice are preferred beverages. We suggest a packed lunch including a fruit, sandwich, raw vegetables, milk, yogurt, juice or water.
  • Bus Services:

 The school doesn`t own its fleet, yet it has a contract with A`ahad al- Wafa`a School Transportation Company. Each bus has a monitor to secure safety.

  • Counseling:

The counselors are available to provide students with information and listen to their issues and provide student guidance. Assist students during the school day. Students can meet with the counselor either before or after school or during recess. All matters brought to the counselor’s office are considered confidential and will be handled discreetly. Students are encouraged to utilize the counseling services when needed

  • Field Trip and Other Extra-curricular Activities:
  • Field trips are organized three times annually for grades section and five times for K.G. section including educational tours.
  • Some excursions were planned to emphasize some lessons like neighbor excursions or visit to a bakery and milk factory for lower grades and K.G.
  • Celebrating important days (Earth Day, Mothers Day..etc).
  • After School Social Gatherings:

The School provides and sponsors some lectures about children growth and other topics presented by children growth experts and consultants to the parents and community members.

  • Staff Vocational and Training Support Services:

To persuade educators that the most promising strategy for meeting the challenge of helping all students learn at high levels is to develop their capacity to function.

  • School Workshops and seminars have been conducted at the beginning of every school year and in regular basis.
  • PLCS: School implement a collaborative culture with a focus on learning for all through Professional Learning Communities.
  • Attending conferences like TARA and Teacher Professional Development Days.
  • School conducts an annual survey for teachers twice a year .
  • Measure their recommendations and suggestions.
  • Staff Meeting:

We make periodic meeting for our staff to discuss school improvement plan.

  • The school facilitates spacious, well-lighted and ventilated rooms fully equipped with appropriate furniture for the age group of young children they serve.
  • The school has a well-organized learning resources room with projector, computers, internet access, learning materials and tools.
  • The school also provides the facility of a well-equipped science laboratory designed by lab specialist and has all safety requirements.
  • A library for each section with collection of books.
  • The sports activities are carried out in spacious playgrounds: two outdoor and one indoor playground in KG section. In grades section, we have one indoor and one outdoor playground.
  • The school also provides art room for each section that is well supplied with tools and materials for the activities that focus on the development of Gross and Fine motor skills of our Early learners

  • Sport versatile equipment
    sport
  • Art Room
    Art Room
  • Cmputer lab
    Cmputer lab
  • Library Room
    Library
  • Playgrounds
    Playgrounds
  • Science laboratory
    Science laboratory

 

Classrooms as a learning service

Classrooms are spacious, well-organized, fully equipped with closets, comfortable chairs with desks well arranged, white boards, shelves for a variety of manipulative, bulletin boards, a supply of stationary for students, projector, smart board, sound system, computers with internet access and physical and virtual libraries.


 

 What is an IB?

  • The International Baccalaureate® (IB) is a non-profit educational foundation founded in 1968.
  • IB offer four highly respected programmes of international education:
    • Primary Years Programme (PYP)
    • Middle Years Programme (MYP)
    • Diploma Programme (DP)
    • Career-related Programme (CP)
  • IB programmes develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills needed to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalizing world .
  • An IB education empowers young people for a lifetime of learning, independently and in collaboration with others.
  • Prepares a community of learners to engage with global challenges through inquiry, action and reflection.

 

What is PYP?

  • The IB Primary Years Programme (PYP), is the first curriculum framework for international primary schools.
  • Designed for students ages three to ten (grades preschool through five).
  • Both the curriculum and teaching it aims to develop the intellectual, emotional and physical potential of each child, in a secure and stimulating environment.

    IBPYP

  The PYP provides a curriculum framework of 5 essential elements:

PYP 5 Essential Elements

 

What makes the PYP unique?

International perspective

A driving force behind the PYP is the philosophy of international mindedness. The IB's mission statement strives to nurture young people who recognize that they are global citizens and who are motivated to make changes to and in the world.

Integrated

The subject areas of math’s, language, science, social studies, information technology, the arts, physical education and library are taught through transdisciplinary themes in order to help students make connections between the subjects, thereby facilitating more effective learning.

Individualized

Teaching and Learning is differentiated for students needs. Students are asked to make connections between life in school, life at home and life in the world. These connections contribute to the development of the attitudes that contribute to international mindedness.

About Rand

At Rand International school we aim to give every child the very best start possible to their education through vibrant and engaging teaching, enabling the children to become active learners and by using an exciting, broad and balanced curriculum.

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