ASAMIAH International School (AIS) aims to develop inquiring, self-confident, independent, productive, respectful and caring lifelong learners.
AIS is an authorized school to deliver IB Primary Years Programme, which provides a framework through which teachers can structure delivery of curriculum in an inquiry – based approach.
Children at AIS learn through play – based learning, messy explorations and arts while encouraging them to be creative and self-confident.
In the Diploma Programme students are prepared for the university, learning how to think critically and creatively and serve their community as productive citizens.
Hard work and persistence will get you the outcomes you need.
" Scholarship for outstanding students"
We prepare children for the real world.
At AIS KG, fun is a key feature in our learning process.
Our play-based curriculum is developed in the minds of our learners and teachers.
AIS is an authorized school to deliver the IB Primary Years Programme.
The MYP program aims to develop active learners and internationally minded young people who can empathize with others and pursue lives of purpose and meaning
The Diploma Programme (DP) is a two-year pre-university curriculum aimed at students aged 16-19
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نبارك لطلابنا الأحباء و لأهاليهم الكرام هذا الإنجاز.
“Success does not come from what you do occasionally, it comes from what you do consistently.”
AIS IBDP Results
Grades (6-10) Parents' Orientation
The First Semester of the academic year 2019\2020
KG Parents' Orientation
Grades (1 -5) Parents' Orientation
As an IB school, we are committed to supporting multilingualism as a fundemental part of increasing intercultural understanding and international mindedness. Moreover, we are committed to extending access to an IB education for learners form a variaty of cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
With these aims in mind, and supported by the IB language policy, we have decided to start teaching German for Grades 4 & 5 as being of strategic importance to meet the IB access goals and objectives to develop a more inclusive and diverse IB community.
Safety education is a fundemental component of childhood development. The importance of accurate, informed and well-structured safety education is vital in the success of children’s health and well-being. After all, a child who does not feel safe is unable to focus on his/her education.
The “Protect Ed” programme strives to make safety education relate to all aspects of children’s lives, giving them hands-on knowledge, skills and resources to continue to make lifelong safe choices.
We are pleased to inform you that we are going to introduce “ Protect Ed” for KG and Grades (1-6) children starting the scholastic year 2019/2020.
Our PYP Coordinator Mrs. Nour Maron conducted a PYP workshop on Concept-Driven Learning ,where they researched what concepts are,what the differences between concepts and topics are and how learners use concepts to think about their learning.
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Ms Ruba demonstrated how ATL skills are explicitly and implicitly implemented in the teaching and learning process.
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