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British Islamic School Riyadh Kids Nursery SChool

How schools handle your child’s personal information

A guide to how we process information about your child

This is the full version of how schools process your child’s personal information.

Schools hold information on their pupils and from time to time, by law, they have to share some of the information with various government organisations. Schools will also share information with other organisations where there is a need to protect a child or someone else from harm.

The Data Protection Act 1998 calls schools, local authorities and other organisations that process children’s information ’data controllers’. This means, among other things that the information held about children must only be used for specific purposes allowed by law.

Al alameen schools  will not share or disclose any personal information´┐Ż with anyone under any circumstances.

We have set out below:

• what type of information is held about your child

• why this information is held

• some of the organisations that may see it

• what some of the organisations do with the information.

Schools process information on their pupils for the following reasons.

• To support their teaching and learning

• To monitor and report on their pupil’s progress

• To make sure children get the help and support that they need at school

• To assess how well the school is doing in general

Schools hold the following information.

• Basic information such as your child’s date of birth and details about you (such as your name and address)

• Characteristics such as your child’s ethnic origin

• Information about your child’s attendance in school

• Information about your child if they are excluded from school

• Information about child protection (if this applies)

• Information about antisocial incidents like bullying and racism

• Your child’s national curriculum assessment results

• Your child’s special educational needs (if any) and any relevant medical information

How schools handle your child’s personal information

A guide to how we process information about your child

This is the full version of how schools process your child’s personal information.

Schools hold information on their pupils and from time to time, by law, they have to share some of the information with various government organisations. Schools will also share information with other organisations where there is a need to protect a child or someone else from harm.

The Data Protection Act 1998 calls schools, local authorities and other organisations that process children’s information ’data controllers’. This means, among other things that the information held about children must only be used for specific purposes allowed by law.

We have set out below:

• what type of information is held about your child

• why this information is held

• some of the organisations that may see it

• what some of the organisations do with the information.

Schools process information on their pupils for the following reasons.

• To support their teaching and learning

• To monitor and report on their pupil’s progress

• To make sure children get the help and support that they need at school

• To assess how well the school is doing in general

Schools hold the following information.

• Basic information such as your child’s date of birth and details about you (such as your name and address)

• Characteristics such as your child’s ethnic origin

• Information about your child’s attendance in school

• Information about your child if they are excluded from school

• Information about child protection (if this applies)

• Information about antisocial incidents like bullying and racism

• Your child’s national curriculum assessment results

• Your child’s special educational needs (if any) and any relevant medical information

Notice Board

17 May 2010

What is Islam? The purpose of life.

School Timings


0-1y Infant care unit, Discovery toys, day beds cots play center room, ( staff only )  7-2pm.

2 yrs Montessori deluxe Nursery. 7-12pm,



KG1 Native teacher’s British curriculum. 7-12pm.

KG2 Foundation stage. British curriculum. 7-12.30pm.

Kg3 Reception which is equal to KG3. 7-12.30pm.

Montessori sections as follows:-

Montessori Pre Nursery,  7-12pm

Montessori Advanced: - for the gifted children from age3 yrs. 7-12.30pm.

Montessori mixed traditional:- Professional qualified teachers Montessori diplomas.  7-12.00pm.

Montessori Full :- pure native Montessori teachers. 7-12.30pm.

6 -12 y British Girls Grades 1-6. Female 7-1pm.

6-8 y Boys Grades 1-3.  Male 7-1pm.
 

AFTER SCHOOL CLUB INFORMATION:-



 

NEWS FLASH FOR THE COLD WINTER MONTHS-
Dear parents.
We would like to inform you that this is a final admission time for the extra after school reading clubs, we have opened them with native British and American teachers.
We understand the importance for reading, and some parents have very long work hours and cannot spend as much time as they would like at home following up with their child/ren....

The reading clubs are run daily after school and held in our school library and multimedia lab.. The places are very limited and it will be a first come first served basis. Any age can attend and the children will have a reading log and special program at their own pace and read to the teacher and be taught how to read at their own pace. There will be 5 different native teachers teaching your child/ren to read so they can offer their wide and varied skills in many different ways. Each teacher has her own way and gift a great teacher is like a burning candle that sets a light on their path ahead in life. There will be 2 native teachers teaching each session.

The teachers will be as follows.
Saturday - Native Pure American teachers.
Sunday- Pure British Native teachers.
Monday- Pure Canadian native teachers.
Tuesday -British/Scottish native teachers.
Wednesday - Pure Native Canadian /Aussie teachers.
Master’s degree in English - evaluator of the week’s progress. This teacher will attend in every sessison, supervising and recording the childs progress.


The reading clubs will give the student a very easy one to one creative reading experience. The child will have the chance to log out books at their age range from the library and read one to one with their teacher. For those children whom cannot read at all the teacher will do her level next to teach the child at his or her pace to read using the jolly phonics scheme and smart board interactive programs for reading. The library hosts one of our smart boards and interactive lessons may be in use to give the child the best possible experience and a head start. As the cold winter months are upon us if parents are going to be late in pick up this gives both the student and parents a good option. The child will remain in a warm supervised environment having fun and learning to read. The clubs have conditions and rules should be applied.


If you feel this program may help your child, please feel free to contact the admissions office on 0530208907 / 01 4649666 where the dedicated admissions team would be happy to answer any questions on this matter. You may enrol for this at any time limited places are available. Thank you


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