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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.

Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

1 Introduction
Introduction

Message from the General Director

Message from the General Administration

2 General Information
Vision, Mission and Beliefs

Calendar of events for the academic year 1438-39/2017-18 and daily lesson timings

3 Student Conduct
Student Code of Conduct

4 Academics
MLG

Stationery List

Methods of assessment

MJIS-Boys Academic Achievements from the Academic Year 1437-38 / 2016-17

Marks distribution

School policies

5 Extracurricular Activities
The importance of extracurricular activities and a list of planned activities

6 Instructions for Parents/Guardians


Important health and safety issues
Protocol for corresponding with the school

7 Staff Email Addresses


Administration staff
Teaching staff

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Introduction
Dear Manarat Jeddah International School Students and Parents,

We are pleased to present the 1438-39/2017-18 Manarat Jeddah International School


Student-Parent Handbook. This handbook contains summarised essential information that
students and parents need to know regarding important events, the school code of
conduct, marks distribution for our varied internal assessments, school policies, how
parents/guardians can work with us to solve any issues they have and finally all essential
contact details of administrative and teaching staff.

We hope this information will be a valuable tool for you to maintain regular communication
with us and address any issues that arise promptly and professionally.
Manarat Jeddah International School-(MJIS) is a special place for students to learn and
grow. We believe in our Mission and are dedicated to creating an environment that is safe
and that nurtures the whole child at all his stages of development.
At MJIS, we aim to develop respectful, responsible and resourceful Muslims who benefit
the world and its people. Our school program is well-rounded and is structured to assist
students in developing international-mindedness and in achieving their goals.

We are committed to instilling correct Islamic beliefs and values in our children whilst
offering the highest quality of curriculum and instruction in all of our programs. We also
understand that every child is different, and each of them has great potential. To meet the
needs of every child we offer a wide variety of programs and services for every type of
learner and their special interests.

The academic year consists of two terms, each containing 15 weeks of teaching and
learning, followed by end-of-term examinations. Each week, students attend 39 lessons.
Each school day starts with a short assembly at 7:15am, with a home time of 2:00pm from
Sunday to Wednesday and an earlier home time of 1:00pm on Thursdays.

We are your school and we are committed to working cooperatively with you to prepare
our students for success in this life and the next, all by the Will of Allah, His Guidance,
Mercy and Assistance.

May Allah Bless you all.

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

A Message from the General Director


Dear Parents,
On behalf of the Management and Staff of Manarat Jeddah International School, I should like to extend a
very warm welcome to you at the start of this new academic year. We look forward to another prosperous
year ahead in which your children, with the guidance of our qualified staff and with your valued
cooperation, will realise their full academic potential, insha Allah.
It gives us great pleasure to announce that our students have once again excelled in the Cambridge
International IGCSE and A-Level Examinations. Over 63A* and 90 A grades were achieved at IGCSE level,
the highest percentage for the last ten years. In fact, the percentage of students who scored grades
ranging from A* to C is 97% (compared to 87% last year), which is far higher than the national average in
the United Kingdom and the international average worldwide. We are extremely proud of our students and
the dedicated teachers who guided them to success. Our heartfelt congratulations go out to the parents of
these outstanding students, who indeed are role models and an inspiration to their peers in the lower
grades.
In accordance with our Vision and Mission, we as an institution are constantly striving to improve the level
of education and the quality of services that we provide to our community .Therefore our students in
Grades 9 will be given the option of choosing either the American educational stream leading to SAT
qualifications, or continuing in the British steam leading to IGCSE qualifications.

As in previous years, we will continue to implement both internal (IST) and external (MAP) standardized
tests twice a year to accurately measure and evaluate our students progress and the effectiveness of our
educational programs, resources and procedures.
We continue to employ external, internationally recognized assessments to ensure that the curricula we
teach match updated challenging international education standards of the 21 st century and to ensure that
our students are on par with their peers in schools around the world.
Furthermore, as outlined in our Vision, we seek to provide holistic education which builds exemplary
character in addition to academic excellence. To this end, we will once again offer a comprehensive
activities program throughout the year. Our students will be afforded the opportunity to participate in
events of a sporting, spiritual, social and cultural nature aimed at developing them into confident, well-
rounded individuals with an international perspective.
We truly believe that communication is the key to a successful educational experience. Together, we will
continue to improve the quality of our school and provide the best for the children of MJIS. Education is a
partnership between the school, students, parents and the community. All children are more successful
when we work as a team to achieve our educational goals.
Thank you for placing your faith and trust in us.

Dr. Walid Domyati


General Director
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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

A Message from the General Administration





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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Maarif and MJIS Mission Statement, Vision and Beliefs

MA'ARIF FOR EDUCATION & TRAINING VISION AND MISSION:

Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in


improving our society
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads
to creativity

MJIS VISION: to create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements,


develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness'

MJIS MISSION: 'to provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully
integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating, technologically
modern, enjoyable and secure environment'

MJIS BELIEFS

Teachers and administrators are role models, guides and facilitators who design and
manage the learning environment using a wide range of materials and techniques.

Every student has individual needs and abilities which must be acknowledged and
recognized.

Education must be enjoyable and should enable students to develop academically,


emotionally, socially, physically, morally and creatively.

Students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process.

Parents, teachers and students are partners in the process of education.

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Calendar of events for the academic year 1438-39/2017-18, Term 1

Week Date Term 1 Events


1 17/9/2017 21/9/2017

2 24/9/2017 28/9/2017 IST-1/AIST-1 Grades 4-9

3 1/10/2017 5/10/2017 IST-1/AIST-1 Grades 4-9 cont.

4 8/10/2017 12/10/2017 MAP Fall begins Grades 4-9

5 15/10/2017 19/10/2017 MAP Fall Grades 4-9 cont.


MAP Fall Grades 4-9 cont.
6 22/10/2017 26/10/2017
Quiz 1 for Grades 4-12
MAP Fall Grades 4-9 cont.
7 29/10/2017 2/11/2017
Parent -Teacher meeting
8 5/11/2017 9/11/2017 MAP Fall Grades 4-9 completed
9 12/11/2017 16/11/2017

10 19/11/2017 23/11/2017

11 26/11/2017 30/11/2017 Mid-Term Tests for Grades 4-12

12 3/12/2017 7/12/2017 Mid-Term Tests for Grades 4-12 cont.

13 10/12/2017 14/12/2017
14 17/12/2017 21/12/2017 Parent -Teacher meeting

15 24/12/2017 28/12/2017

16 31/12/2017 4/1/2018 Mid-Year Exams

17 7/1/2018 11/1/2018 Mid-Year Exams

18 14/1/2018 18/1/2018 Mid-Year Break

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Calendar of events for the academic year 1438-39/2017-18, Term 2

*CIE Exams may vary as per the dates set by Cambridge.

Week Date Term 2 Events


1 21/1/2018 25/1/2018
2 28/1/2018 1/2/2018 IST-2/AIST-2 Grades 4-9
IST-2/AIST-2 Grades 4-9 cont.
3 4/2/2018 8/2/2018
Parent -Teacher meeting
IST-2/AIST-2 Grades 4-9 cont.
4 11/2/2018 15/2/2018
Quiz 2 for Grades 4-12
5 18/2/2018 22/2/2018
6 25/2/2018 1/3/2018
7 4/3/2018 8/3/2018 Mid-Term Tests for Grades 4-12
8 11/3/2018 15/3/2018 Mid-Term Tests for Grades 4-12 cont.
MAP Spring begins Grades 4-9
9 18/3/2018 22/3/2018
Mock CIE Exams for Grades 10-12
MAP Spring Grades 4-9 cont.
10 25/3/2018 29/3/2018 Mock CIE Exams for Grades 10-12 cont.
Parent-Teacher meeting
11 1/4/2018 5/4/2018 MAP Spring Grades 4-9 cont.
12 8/4/2018 12/4/2018 MAP Spring Grades 4-9 cont.
MAP Spring Grades 4-9 completed
13 15/4/2018 19/4/2018
CIE Checkpoint for Grade 8
14 22/4/2018 26/4/2018
15 29/4/2018 3/5/2018 CIE IGCSE/AS/A2 Exams for grades 10-12 begin
16 6/5/2018 10/5/2018 End-of-year Exams
17 13/5/2018 15/5/2018 End-of-year Exams
18 16/5/2018 Student Summer Vacation begins

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Daily Lesson and Break Timings for Grades 4-12

Event Start Finish Duration


Assembly 07:15 07:30 15min
Lesson 1 07:30 08:15 45min
Lesson 2 08:15 09:00 45min
Lesson 3 09:00 09:45 45min
Break Time 09:45 10:05 20min
Lesson 4 10:05 10:50 45min
Lesson 5 10:50 11:30 40min
Lesson 6 11:30 12:10 40min
Lesson 7 12:10 12:55 45min
Salah 12:55 13:15 20min
Lesson 8 13:15 14:00 45min
Home time 14:00
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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

The MJIS Student Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct Objectives

1- Reinforce Islamic values for students and nurture positive behavior.


2- Create a proper educational environment for students, teachers and school administration
to achieve the targeted educational and behavioral objectives.
3- Nurture love for and loyalty to the country which will encourage students to participate
positively in its prosperity and development.
4- Establish a written framework that sets the rules and regulations that must be adopted to
achieve a safe educational environment and to commit to the school system and values.
5- Encourage students to adopt positive behavior and guide students who show unacceptable
negative behavior.
6- Limit behavioral problems in all possible ways.
7- Gain parental confidence through consistent and fair implementation of dealing with
negative and unacceptable behavior.
8- Provide clear rules and regulations for all concerned staff to deal with students behavior
based on appropriate behavioral principles.
9- Ensure that all students and parents are aware of the expected positive behavior and the
importance of commitment to this behavior to achieve the required levels of self-discipline
and Islamic conduct.

The following tables categorize violations into increasing levels of severity from the least severe,
or first degree up to the most severe, or sixth degree. Alongside each violation, there are
student responsibilities and expected behaviour, all of which constitute the school code of conduct
at Manarat Jeddah International School.
Any student who commits any of the violations mentioned, (or not mentioned but equal in
severity) will face the consequences and procedures stipulated in the code of conduct document
produced by the Ministry of Education of Saudi Arabia and the internal procedures of the school
administration.

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

First Degree Violations


# Behavior Violations Students Responsibility
1 Not adhering to school Adhere to school uniform.
uniform or wearing attire Avoid attire and appearance which is against Islamic behavior and
which violates the school ethics.
dress code Comply with school rules and regulations.
2 Misbehaving or refusing Listen carefully to schools broadcasting.
to participate in the Positive participation in the morning school broadcasting program.
morning assembly Perform morning exercises actively.
3 Coming to school Adhere to bringing books and supplies according to school schedule.
unprepared without Explain the reasons for not bringing the required books and supplies
required books and before starting the session.
supplies
4 Sleeping inside the Students commitment for managing his time.
classroom Effective participation during the lesson.
Sleep early at night and avoid staying up late.
5 Side talks that disrupt the Respect all teachers.
class Respect the class time and fully utilize it in concentration, follow up and
6 Eating and drinking inside effectively participate in the lesson.
the classroom Maintain full concentration with the teacher.
7 Continuous impolite and Explain the reason(s) for being late to class.
unnecessary interruption Not to interrupt the teacher while he explains the lesson.
of teachers during Respect his colleagues rights to benefit from the lesson.
explanation of the lesson
8 Coming late to class
9 Incomplete homework Do his homework regularly and on time.
Explain to the teacher any difficulties he faced in solving the
homework, preferably before attending the lesson.
10 Throwing food leftovers Throw garbage and food leftovers in the assigned places.
and garbage in areas not Maintain general cleanliness of school facilities.
designated for this
11 Entering classes without Commitment to general behavior code of conduct.
permission Obtain teachers permission before entering and leaving the class.

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Second Degree Violations


# Behavior Violations Students Responsibility
1 Cheating in completing Fear Allah and be honest in all matters.
homework and performing Complete homework regularly and on time.
tests/quizzes Not to cheat in any exams.
Respect school rules and regulations.
2 Creating chaos inside the Adopt Islamic manners at all times.
classroom or on campus Talk with everyone politely and respectfully.
or on school bus (e.g. Maintain self-discipline at all times.
playing with water, sprays,
screaming, graffiti, etc.)
3 Misusing the school books Maintain textbooks and avoid throwing them away after using them.
Submitting unwanted books to school at the end of the school year.

4 Insulting other students Respect all school rules and regulations.


verbally Avoid bad company.
5 Using inappropriate body Adopting the values of Islam.
language towards Respecting Islamic customs and traditions.
colleagues Cooperating with the school administration and student counsellor in
solving problems.
Avoid bad company.
6 Fighting, threatening or Refer to school administration for solving any dispute with your
using inappropriate colleagues.
language with colleagues Maintaining emotional balance inside the school.
Respect others and practice self- control in case of anger.
Follow the school rules and procedures to obtain your rights.
7 Skipping classes, not Abide by school rules and regulations.
attending lessons or Follow school rules of leaving the classroom.
tardiness
8 Leaving class without Respect all rules and regulations.
permission Ask the teacher for permission for entering and leaving the classroom.

9 Taking pictures or making Respect all school rules and regulations.


recordings of students Inform the school administration of such violations.

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Third Degree Violations


# Behavior Violations Students Responsibility
1 Not treating the Salah Early preparation for performing prayers.
seriously or playing during Going to the mosque in the specified times for prayers.
Salah times Utilize the time between Athan and Iqama in reading the holy
Quran or general thikr.
2 Intentionally destroying Benefit from school facilities according to school rules and regulations.
school property or building Maintain school facilities and property.
(like computers, labs, Not to use any equipment before prior permission from school staff.
buses..etc.)

3 Bringing hazardous toys and Respect all school rules and regulations.
equipment to school (like Not to bring any dangerous or Islamically prohibited items to school.
fireworks, color sprays,
chemicals.etc.)
4 Possession of prohibited Respect all school rules and regulations.
printed, audio or visual Not to bring any Islamically prohibited material to school.
media
5 Stealing colleagues or school Fear Allah and know that He is watching us.
property Respect the property of others.
6 Intentionally destroying Save personal belongings in assigned places.
colleagues property Not to use the property of others without their permission.
7 Possession of cigarettes Feeling that Allah is watching us at all times.
Avoid anything that might harm his/her religion, body, money and
others.
Avoid bad company.
8 Signing on behalf of parents Deliver all letters to parents honestly.
on letters and Respect all school rules and regulations.
correspondence between
the school and parents
9 Bringing unauthorized Respect school rules and regulations.
mobile phones and personal Not to bring mobile phones and personal electronic devices to school
electronic devices to school without official authorisation.

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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Fourth Degree Violations


# Behavior Violations Students Responsibility
1 Skipping prayers with Obey Allah, be aware of comply with His orders to perform the
teachers and other students compulsory prayers.
without a valid excuse Perform prayers on time.
2 Threatening teachers and Respect all staff members of the school.
other staff, destroying their Appreciate the role of all teachers and other school staff.
property or stealing it Follow the schools system in preserving rights and avoiding offenses.
3 Rude behaviour towards
teachers or other staff
4 Playing with health and Fear Allah.
safety equipment or Not to bring any harmful or Islamically prohibited items to school.
electrical equipment inside Respect all school rules and regulations
the school.
5 Displaying or distributing
prohibited printed, audio or
visual media
6 Intentionally causing harm to Respect others and practice self-control during anger.
another student using hands Refer to school administration in case of disputes with others.
or tools that will cause injury Follow the school system for preserving rights.
7 Signing on behalf of school Be conscious that Allah is watching us at all times.
supervisors on Adhere to Islamic values.
correspondence and letters Respect all school rules and regulations and be honest in all matters.
to parents
8 Smoking Preserve the blessings of Allah of health and wealth.
Avoid friends who smoke.
Advise smokers to quit smoking.
9 Escaping from school Respect all school rules and regulations.
Follow the school system to leave the school if required.
10 Possession of weapons (like Avoid all actions that may lead to harming anyone.
knives and sharp tools) Inform the school administration of any violations.
11 Forging documents and Fear Allah and be honest in all matters.
faking official stamps Inform the school administration of any violations.
12 Odd and inappropriate Fear Allah and adhere to Islamic norms and values.
behavior and/or appearance Respect all school rules and regulations.
(like Emos and tattoos, Avoid bad company.
strange hair-styles etc.) Cooperate with the school administration and the student counsellor in
solving such problems.
13 Bringing another person to Concentrate on your studies from the beginning of the year.
take the test in their place Be aware that this is one of the greatest types of cheating that is
prohibited in Islam.
Fear Allah and be honest in all matters.
14 Bullying Respect all school rules and regulations.
Avoid bad company.
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Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Cooperate with the school administration and the student counsellor.


15 Misuse of any of school Respect school rules and regulations.
safety tools and property Inform school administration in case of witnessing such violations.
Avoid bad company.
16 Using inappropriate Respect and appreciate all school staff.
language with teachers or Abide by Islamic values in dealing with others.
any school staff. Follow the school rules and regulations in seeking their rights and
17 Inappropriate behavior preventing offense.
towards teachers or any
school staff (like imitating
the teacher to make fun of
him.)
18 Forging signatures of any Fear Allah and be honest in all matters.
school staff Inform the school administration of any violations.

Fifth Degree Violations


# Behavior Violations Students Responsibility
1 Threatening other students Respect all school rules and regulations.
with a weapon or violence of Avoid threatening behavior of any sort towards other students.
any sort Avoid bad company.
2 Vandalizing school property Respect school property that is there for your benefit.
including computers, Adhere to school rules and regulations.
interactive boards, science Inform school administration in case of witnessing such violations.
equipment, buses, etc.

3 Threatening a teacher or Not to bring any weapons or any sharp tools to school.
other school staff in any way Inform the school administration of any violations.
4 Possession of weapons Avoid any actions that can have dangerous consequences.
Inform the school administration of such violations.
5 Using and taking advantage Fear Allah and be honest in all matters.
of documents and forged Inform the school administration of any violations.
stamps
6 Sexual harassment Adhere to Islamic morals, values and customs.
Cooperate with the school administration and the student counsellor to
solve such problems.
Avoid bad company.
Inform the school administration of such violations.
6 Setting fires in the school Avoid any actions that can have dangerous consequences.
Not to bring flammable material to school (for example lighter,
matches..etc.)
Abide by school rules and regulations.
Inform the school administration of such violations.

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

8 Damaging or stealing the Respect all school staff and regulations.


property of any member of Avoid bad company.
staff
9 Inappropriate and rude Respect all members of staff.
expressions directed towards Observe Islamic manners and etiquettes at all times.
any member of staff
Sixth Degree Violations
# Behavior Violations Students Responsibility
1 Mocking Islamic beliefs or
Fear Allah and respect His religion of Islam.
practices Appreciate the great blessing of Islam.
2 Believing and publishing
Take pride in Islam and being a Muslim.
destructive ideas and beliefs
Beware of evil ideas and practices against Islam.
Inform the school administration of any violations.
3 Taking pictures or videos of Fear Allah and be conscious that He watches us at all times.
students, teachers or other Not to bring any types of cameras to school.
staff, and publishing them on Inform the school administration of any violations.
the internet
4 Attacking a colleague in any Respect others.
way resulting in serious Practice anger management
physical injury. Following the school system in seeking rights.
5 Possession, use or Adhere to Islamic morals and values.
distribution of drugs and Preserve his religion, reputation, family and community.
intoxicants Inform the school administration of any violations.
Cooperate with the school to treat such behavior.
Avoid bad company.
6 All prohibited sexual Adhere to Islamic morals and values.
practices Preserve his religion, reputation, family and community.
leading to strictly forbidden Cooperate with the school to treat such behavior.
actions Avoid bad company.
7 Encouraging despicable acts Learn about the Islamic rulings and severe harms caused by learning or
8 Leaving school with the practicing magic.
opposite gender who are not Respecting and abiding by the laws of the KSA.
mahrem
9 Engaging in any practices
related to magic
10 Committing a crime
considered to be serious by
the law of the country
11 Attacking a teacher or any Respect teachers and all school staff.
school staff Commit to Islamic behavior in dealing with others.
Follow the school system in observing your rights and avoiding
offenses.
Respect all school rules and regulations.

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Academics

Maarif Learning Gateway MLG

Amid the hectic daily life and the burdens shouldered by the parents, which prevent them from
sufficiently following up their children and keeping an eye on them to monitor their academic
progress, especially in their early years which form their future, it was imperative for Ma'arif to
think of practical solutions to facilitate this process.

As a result of thorough study and hard work, Ma'arif for Education and Training developed Ma'arif
Learning Gateway https://mlg.maarif.com.sa. This program enables parents to follow up their
childrens academic progress and assess their academic performance.

This gateway also provides parents with a variety of other services:

Monitoring your childrens daily attendance and absence.


Reviewing your childrens grades and marks.
Assessing your childrens academic performance.
Following up on daily activities.
Reviewing completed educational materials.
Following up your childrens assignments and homework.
Easy communication with your childrens teachers and supervisors.
Making good use of available resources such as: question bank, Encyclopedia

For further information


Hotline: 920009917
Email: info@maarif.com.sa

or use the following links and QR codes:


for English: http://www.maarif.com.sa/MLG_Guide/Parents/En/%23p%3D8
for Arabic: http://www.maarif.com.sa/MLG_Guide/Parents/Ar/

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Please purchase the following items from any stationery shop. They are essential to supporting your
students daily study.
Grade 4-6 Grade 7-8
1 Mushaf (copy of the Quran) 1 Mushaf (copy of the Quran)
Pens Pens
Pencils, erasers and a sharpener Pencils, erasers and a sharpener
Coloured pencils Coloured pencils
2 A4 notebooks, minimum of 150 pages each (for Highlighter pens
English)
A4-size science journal Scientific calculator
1 math copy book, minimum of 80 pages 4 A4 notebooks, 150 pages each (3 for English, 1 for SSE)
1 regular copy book, 60 pages (for French) 3 A4 science journals
Art sketch book A4 math copy book
Arabic practice book A5 copy book, 60 pages (Biology)
Arabic writing and grammar book Art sketch book
Ruler 2 Arabic practice book
Compass Ruler
Either flomaster colour OR water colour OR colour Geometry set
magic
Either flomaster colour OR water colour OR colour
magic
USB drive
A5 copy book (G7-8 for French)
3 A4 Notebooks (G9-10 for Business, Accounting and
ICT)

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Assessment

We at MJIS employ a vast variety of assessment tools and techniques to accurately measure
and monitor our students academic levels.

Internal Methods of Assessment

1. Ongoing formative assessment in the classroom by teachers using questioning


techniques, classwork assignments, homework and project work.
2. Termly Quizzes- short assessments that provide brief but valuable diagnosis of
students academic levels.
3. Mid-Term progress tests- more substantial assessments providing more detailed
diagnosis.
4. Mid-Year Exams: thorough assessments of all skills and concepts taught throughout
the 1st term.
5. End-of-Year Exams: thorough assessments of all skills and concepts taught
throughout the 2nd term.
6. Online internal standardized tests-for grades 4-9: provide us with instant diagnosis of
students academic levels in the core subjects of English, Maths and Science in
comparison with all other students studying at the various Maarif schools throughout
the Kingdom.
7. Online Arabic internal standardized test-for grades 4-9: provide us with instant
diagnosis of students academic levels in Arabic in comparison with all other students
studying at the various Maarif schools throughout the Kingdom.

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

External Methods of Assessment


1. MAP (Measures of academic progress): for all students of grades 1-9. These are unique
standardized tests created by a well-known American educational organization called
NWEA (Northwest Evaluation Association). These tests adapt to your childs level of
learning, and as a result, each student has the same opportunity to succeed and
maintain a positive attitude toward testing. There is no passing or failing with MAP,
but rather, it allows us to monitor each students skill level.
Each school year, students in grades 1-9 will take the tests in English, Mathematics,
and Science. Following each testing period, teachers will receive detailed reports
showing them exactly which skills their students have mastered, and which skills need
greater focus and further development. Please visit NWEAs informative website for
more details- www.nwea.org
2. Cambridge Checkpoint: For all students of grade 8. Cambridge Checkpoint is an
external examination in English, Maths and Science that serves as an accurate
indication of the students academic level prior to entering the more challenging
system of IGCSEs in grade 9. The exams will be held in April 2017.

3. Cambridge International Examinations (IGCSE and A Level) :


For students of grades 9-12
Cambridge IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) is the
worlds most popular international qualification for 14 16 year olds. Created by CIE
in 1985, and based on best practice in the UK, Cambridge IGCSE is available in over 70
subjects. It equips students not only with knowledge of specific subjects, but also
with problem solving and critical thinking skills, and an ability to work independently
and as part of a team.
Cambridge IGCSE is internationally recognised by universities in the UK and overseas
as equivalent grade-for-grade to UK GCSE learn more at www.cie.org.uk
Cambridge IGCSE is an excellent preparation for both A/AS Level and the
International Baccalaureate Diploma. The standard is benchmarked to UK GCSE. CIE
runs regular comparability checks through the Cambridge Assessment Research
Division and shares examiners with its sister organisation OCR to make sure
standards are the same.
Cambridge IGCSE is taken in 127 countries and suits both national and international
teaching contexts. The syllabuses use international examples and avoid terminology
only used in the UK. Non-native speakers of English are treated fairly.

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

What we do with the results

Our valid and reliable assessment methods produce a lot of valuable data which we use to:

1. Plan for differentiated teaching and learning.


2. Design remedial and/or accelerated learning programs for the gifted and talented.
3. Monitor student performance to facilitate timely intervention when necessary.
4. Review our curriculum, resources and text books.
5. Determine our recruitment requirements.
6. Identify and plan staff professional development programs.

Marks Distribution for Formative and Summative Assessments per Term

Grades Assessment Marks


Quiz 5
Project Based Learning 3
4-12 Classwork
Homework
3
2
MLG 2
Mid-Term Tests 10
End-of-Term Exams 25
Total 50

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

MAP Results Across Grades 4-9 from the Academic Year 1437-38 / 2016-17

Last year was by far our most successful in terms of MAP test results. All grades achieved
above international levels of growth in English Reading, Language Usage, Maths and
Science between Fall and Spring test sessions. The average results per grade for all four
subjects are presented below.

MAP English Reading Average results Comparison


from Fall to Spring Per Grade for 2016-17
Fall-2016 Spring-2017
240
217 218
220
202 205 203
193 197
200 192 192
178 182
180 174

160

140

120

100
Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9

MAP English Language Average results Comparison


from Fall to Spring Per Grade for 2016-17
Fall-2016 Spring-2017
240
218 218
220 211
205 206 204
195 196 197
200 190
182 184
180

160

140

120

100
Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

MAP Results Across Grades 4-9 from the Academic Year 1437-38 / 2016-17

MAP Maths Average results Comparison


from Fall to Spring Per Grade for 2016-17
Fall-2016 Spring-2017
260
244
237
240 224
216 219
220 212
204 205 203
197
200 187 192

180
160
140
120
100
Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9

MAP Science Average results Comparison


from Fall to Spring Per Grade for 2016-17
Fall-2016 Spring-2017
240
222 225
220 213 212
202 206
197 198 198
200 187 191
185
180

160

140

120

100
Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Cambridge International Examination Results Across Grades 10-11 from the


Academic Year 1437-38 / 2016-17

Students of Grade 10 of MJIS-Boys achieved the best results for the last ten years in terms of the
percentage of students gaining a grade A*- C across all subjects. 97% of our boys scored A*- C, this is far
higher than both UK and International averages. The statistics are illustrated below:

Grade 11 students also outperformed all previous students over the last ten years in terms of the
percentage of students gaining a grade A - C across all subjects at AS level. 84% of students scored
grades A C, higher than any previous year on record.

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

School policies for the academic year 1438-39 / 2017-18

In line with our school vision to create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, we will be
implementing the following policies:

General Conduct

1. All students must abide by the laws and regulations of Islam and the school code of conduct whenever at
school and whilst using the school transport services.
2. All students must abide by any additional/specific rules and instructions related to conduct during all after
school activities and educational/recreational trips outside of the school.
3. No students are allowed to leave the school premises during school timings except through the official
school system involving official, documented approval of both the school administration and the
parent/guardian of the students concerned.
4. Students are not allowed to bring mobile phones, laptops, tablets, cameras or any other digital/smart device
to school without specific authorization from the school administration and parental approval. Any non-
compliance of this means that all financial losses caused due to theft or damage will be the sole
responsibility of the student and parent/guardian concerned. Furthermore, the school administration has
the full right to confiscate any unauthorized devices brought to school by any student and hold on to them
until parents/guardians are contacted and appropriate disciplinary action taken.
5. Students are not allowed to bring footballs, basketballs, tennis balls, bats, rackets etc. to school.
6. Unauthorized and unsupervised playing will result in the balls/equipment being confiscated and appropriate
disciplinary action.
7. The school administration reserves the right to suspend (and in serious cases, even expel) any student
caught in possession of or attempting to spread, via any means, obscene material of any form (images, texts,
videos etc.) inside the school premises or on the school buses. Each case will be studied individually and the
level of punitive action will be in accordance with the severity of the offence committed.
8. Students are strictly forbidden from bringing any dangerous items to school such as knives, chemicals, highly
flammable material etc. that may pose a potential threat to the health and safety of the people in the
school. Any student caught violating this will face strict disciplinary action that may also involve the police.
9. The school administration reserves the right to send students home if they attend school without the official
school uniform, or boys who arrive to school with excessively long hair (beyond the ears and back of the
neck), or partly shaven heads or any other extreme styles that do not conform with Islamic modesty.
10. Any incident of vandalism or theft of school, student or staff property will be investigated thoroughly. If a
student is proven guilty, the parents/guardians will bear the responsibility of any financial consequences of
repair or replacement of the damaged or lost item.

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Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Examinations, Projects and tests

11. Parents/guardians can request to see their sons/daughters Mid-year or End-of-year exam paper after it has
been marked, but under no circumstances will they be given the paper to take home nor will they be
allowed to take a copy.
12. The general policy for progress tests is that no re-sit will be provided for students who underperform.
13. Any student who does not submit assigned projects by the set deadline without a valid reason, risks losing
marks for late submission. Failure to produce a project will result in zero marks recorded on the report card.
14. Any student caught cheating or even attempting to cheat during any formal assessment, by whatever
means, may have all their marks nullified for that particular assessment and also lose the right to a re-sit.
Each case will be judged individually and the level of punitive action will be in accordance with the extent of
the violation committed.
15. The overall pass mark for any grade year is 50% per subject, after which the student will automatically be
promoted to the next grade. Any student who fails to achieve this in any subject, will be given an
opportunity to re-sit their Mid-Year and/or End-of-year examination after all examinations have been
completed for that academic year. The marks achieved in the re-sit will then be used to replace the original
marks achieved in that subject. Failure to achieve 50% after the re-sit examinations may result in the student
not being promoted to the next grade. Each case will be studied individually and judged accordingly by the
school administration to decide the most appropriate course of action.

Textbooks, uniform and bags

16. Every student is entitled to a single copy of each textbook/workbook for his/her grade as per allocated by
the school administration, one school bag and one set of P.E. uniform. The school administration is not
responsible for lost/stolen or damaged equipment once the student has received the items mentioned.
17. Most of the textbooks issued in grades Seven, Nine and Eleven are two year course books and so will not be
issued a second time in grades Eight, Ten and Twelve respectively. It is the responsibility of the student to
ensure that these books remain in good condition throughout the two years they are intended for.
18. All items mentioned above will only be issued to the student after the complete fees for the first semester
have been paid in full.
19. Parents/guardians must purchase and ensure that their sons/daughters wear the school uniform supplied by
the school.

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Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Arrival and dismissal

20. Parents/guardians are responsible to ensure that their sons/daughters arrive at school on time (or are ready
to be picked up by the school bus from the agreed location). All students should be at school, at the very
latest, a few minutes before the commencement of the morning assembly or morning tutorial.
21. The earliest time students can arrive, or be dropped off at school is half an hour before the commencement
of the morning assembly or morning tutorial as the supervisors do not arrive before this time. The school
administration is not responsible for the health and safety of any student inside the school before this time.
22. For students who arrive via private transport, it is the responsibility of the parents/guardians to ensure that
their sons/daughters actually enter the school premises and via the official gates designated for their
grade/section.
23. The school administration is responsible for the health and safety of all students once they have entered the
school premises at the correct time in the morning until they leave at the official home time.
24. For students who arrive via the school buses, the school administration is responsible for their health and
safety from the moment they enter the school bus until they are dropped off after school at their homes.
25. Parents/guardians who do not use the school buses must ensure that their sons/daughters are picked up
immediately (or leave themselves in cases where they are old enough to walk home or use a taxi) at home
time as supervising staff will only remain on duty for a maximum of half an hour after the official home time.

Sickness and accidents

26. The parents/guardians must inform the school administration if their son/daughter suffers from any sort of
mental or physical illness and provide the relevant student counsellor with all necessary medical
information/reports/medication etc. so the correct action can be taken promptly in case of an emergency.
27. If a student becomes sick or incurs a minor injury during school timings and whilst on the school premises,
he/she will receive basic first aid by trained members of staff. The parents/guardians will also be notified
and given the option of deciding whether their son/daughter should continue the day at school or arrange
for them to be collected and taken home early.
28. If a student incurs a serious injury or becomes seriously ill, needing emergency medical treatment, the
school administration will contact the parent/guardian via the contact details supplied during registration
and arrange for the student to be taken immediately using staff or school transport, or via an ambulance if
deemed necessary, to the hospital of the parents/guardians choice.
29. If the parent/guardian does not respond immediately, the student will be taken to the nearest hospital
(Jedani Hospital if the issue occurs at school) for treatment.
30. In all cases, the parent/guardian is responsible to cover any costs due to treatment at any hospital.

Fees

31. The school administration reserves the right to withhold all official documentation such as report cards,
ministry cards, CIE certificates, statements of results and student files if the complete school fees have not
been settled within the dates/periods stated in the contract for student enrolment in schools document
which states that the first instalment should be paid before the first semester commences and the second
instalment before the second semester commences.
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Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Policies for specific grades

Grades 7-8

32. All students from grades 4-9 will be registered for MAP examinations which are to be conducted twice each
academic year. These tests provide very detailed, comprehensive and accurate diagnostic information of the
students academic level and progress, which will contribute significantly to our strategic academic planning
and implementation for the benefit of the students. All parents/guardians and students are expected to
treat the MAP tests seriously and give them a high priority. The Parents/guardians and students themselves
are responsible to ensure they attend the exams on the dates announced.
33. All students of grade 8 will be registered by the school for CIE checkpoint examinations which will be
conducted once every academic year in March/April in English, Maths and Science. The Parents/guardians
and students themselves are responsible to ensure they attend the exams on the dates announced.

Grade 9

34. All grade 9 students will have the choice of opting for either the British or American stream at the start of
term 1, the deadline for choosing will be the end of the second week of term 1.
35. All grade 9 students are entitled to one set of text books which are to be used for the entire course of SAT or
IGCSE (except where a separate CIE text book is required for grade 10).
36. Students who choose the British stream will be entering the Cambridge IGCSE system which includes eight
compulsory subjects:
1. English, 2. Maths, 3. Chemistry, 4. Biology, 5. Physics, 6. ICT, 7. Accounting or Economics and 8. Business.
All grade 9 students must also study Quran, Social Studies in Arabic, Religion in Arabic or English and Arabic
language (with the option of appearing for IGCSE Arabic as a first or second language)
37. The IGCSE are two year courses, hence grade 9 End-of-year examinations will contain taught content from
the whole academic year (both semesters).
38. Grade 9 students who choose the British stream will study IGCSE English as a first language.
39. Saudi nationals must study the Saudi national curriculum for Arabic and non-Saudi students will have the
option of studying IGCSE Arabic first or second language.
40. No student of grade 9 will be permitted to drop any subject at any time of the academic year.

Grade 10

41. Based on results analysis of grade 9 examinations, selected students from the British stream will be moved
to English as a second language and Arabic as a second language at the start of grade 10.
42. No student of grade 10 will be permitted to drop any subjects studied in grade 9 in either stream.
43. Only new students to grade 10 are entitled to a set of text books, students promoted from grade 9 are not
entitled to a new set of books.
44. The mid-year examinations of grade 10 will assess all taught syllabus content from the beginning of grade 9.
45. In order to be allowed to register for the coming May/June Cambridge examinations as internal school
candidates, students must achieve a minimum of 65% in the mid-year examinations of
grade 10 in each IGCSE subject (and 55% in English and Arabic as a First Language). For cases where a
student scores above 65% in some subjects and below in others, he/she will be given an opportunity for a re-

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PHONE: +9662 6937380, FAX: +9662 6938019
Email: j.international.boys.en@maarif.com.sa
Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

sit examination in those subjects and then, based on the overall results, the school administration
will decide whether or not to allow the student to register as an internal candidate.
46. Students who score less than 65% in the mid-year examinations of grade 10 will have the following options;
Appear for immediate re-sit examinations.
Register with the British Council as external candidates for the May/June session.
Defer their registration to the October/November session of the same year.
Opt out of the Cambridge examinations system but continue to study the subjects that will appear
on their end-of-year report cards. (This option must be accompanied by written approval from
parents/guardians and the student must continue to attend school lessons full time.)
47. After the mid-year break, all grade 10 students must continue to attend school full-time during which the
remainder of all IGCSE syllabi will be completed followed by revision and past paper practice sessions until a
week before the Mock Exams.
48. During Term 2, Grade 10 students will appear for mock examinations in all IGCSE subjects. These
examinations will be conducted in a similar style and standard to the actual Cambridge examinations,
including practical examinations. The results of these examinations will be recorded as end-of-year
examination marks in the students final report cards.
49. Immediately after the mock examinations, a new lesson timetable will be implemented for all
grade 10 students to review their mock examination performances in detail and continue
revision/reinforcement classes until the final CIE examination in May/June. This new timetable will consist of
block sessions of two-three continuous lessons in CIE subjects only. During this time, the students can:
Attend school full time.
Attend school as per their specific needs and for the lessons they require only (this option must be
accompanied by written parent/guardian approval).
Study at home (this option must also be accompanied by written parent/guardian approval).

Grades 11-12

50. All grade 11 students are entitled to one set of text books which are to be used for two academic years until
the end of grade 12 (except in cases where the A2 text book is different and separate from the AS).
51. As per the regulations of the Saudi Ministry of Education, all Grade 11 and 12 students must study and
attend lessons of a minimum of 8 subjects, consisting of P.E., Religion (in Arabic or English), Social Studies in
Arabic and Quraan, Arabic language, English language and at least three CIE subjects.
52. The deadline for making any changes in CIE subject selection is one week from the start of Term 1. After this
time, no opportunity will be given to change or drop a CIE subject.
53. Grade 11 and 12 students study the CIE curriculum. If a student wants only a school certificate, he/she must
attend the same lessons and study the same CIE curriculum, however, separate exams will be prepared for
them assessing core topics only.
54. The minimum requirement for a student to be allowed to study a CIE subject at AS-level in grade 11 is that
he/she achieves no less than a grade B at IGCSE.
55. In order to be allowed to register for the coming May/June Cambridge examinations as internal school
candidates, students must achieve a minimum of 50% in any AS-level or A2 subject during the mid-year
examinations. (For cases where a student scores above 50% in some subjects and below in others, he/she
will be given an opportunity for a re-sit examination in those subjects and then, based on the overall results,
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P.O BOX: 40513 JEDDAH 21511 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA


PHONE: +9662 6937380, FAX: +9662 6938019
Email: j.international.boys.en@maarif.com.sa
Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

the school administration will decide whether or not to allow the student to register as an internal
candidate).
56. Students who score less than 50% in the mid-year examinations of grades 11-12 will have the following
options;
Appear for immediate re-sit examinations.
Register at the British Council as external candidates for the May/June session.
Defer their registration to the October/November session of the same year.
Opt out of the Cambridge examinations system but continue to study the subjects that will appear
on their end-of-year report cards. (This option must be accompanied by written approval from
parents/guardians and the student must continue to attend school lessons full time.)
57. After the mid-year break, all grade 11-12 students must continue to attend school full time during which the
remainder of all AS or A2 syllabi will be completed followed by revision and past paper practice sessions until
one week prior to the Mock Exams.
58. During Term 2, all grade 11-12 students will appear for mock examinations in all AS/A2 subjects. These
examinations will be conducted in a similar style and standard to the actual Cambridge examinations,
including practical examinations. The results of all of these examinations will be recorded as end-of-year
examination marks in the students final report cards.
59. Immediately after the mock examinations, a new lesson timetable will be implemented for all grade 11-12
students to review their mock examination performances in detail and continue revision/reinforcement
classes until the final CIE examination in May/June. This new timetable will consist of block sessions of two-
three continuous lessons for CIE subject only. During this time, the students can:
Attend school full time.
Attend school as per their specific needs and for the lessons they require only.(this option must be
accompanied by written parent/guardian approval)
Study at home.(this option must also be accompanied by written parent/guardian approval)
60. Any student who achieves grades a-e at AS-level in any subject in grade 11 will be automatically allowed to
continue that subject at A2 level in grade 12.(in cases where a student achieves a mixture of high and low
grades, his/her overall level will be judged by the school administration for acceptance into grade 12)
61. Grade 11-12 students can apply for a school leaving permit from the school administration. The permit will
only be issued after official written approval is provided by the parent/guardian of the student. The permit
will remain in school with the students counsellor and vice principal who reserve the right to not allow
grade 11-12 students from using the permit and leaving the school during the school day.
If a grade 11-12 student does not have any lessons at the start of the school day, he/she may arrive late,
according to when their first lesson begins, but must report their presence to the school administration upon
arrival before attending their class.

We believe that these policies will help bring out the best in our students and instill in them not only a greater sense
of competitiveness, but a stronger and renewed determination to achieve the outstanding results they are capable of.
We wish your and our sons the very best and we will as always endeavor to fully support them in every way we can.

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P.O BOX: 40513 JEDDAH 21511 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA


PHONE: +9662 6937380, FAX: +9662 6938019
Email: j.international.boys.en@maarif.com.sa
Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Extracurricular Activities

The importance and benefits of school extracurricular activities


The importance of extracurricular activities at school is well established. These activities
must exist to complement the schools academic curriculum, meet the spiritual, social,
physical, emotional and physical needs of our students and enhance their overall
educational experience.

Extracurricular activities provide a setting to become involved and to interact with other
students, which in turn has a positive impact on the students emotional, intellectual and
inter-personal development. By working together with other individuals, students learn to
negotiate, communicate, manage conflict and lead others. Taking part in these out-of-
classroom activities helps students to understand the importance of critical thinking skills,
time management and academic, physical and intellectual competence. Working outside of
the classroom with diverse groups of individuals allows for students to gain more self-
confidence and multicultural awareness.

Extracurricular involvement allows students to link academic knowledge with practical


experience, which leads to a better understanding of their own abilities and talents.
These involved students develop into well rounded individuals with enhanced skills and
superior levels of self-confidence, making them more attractive to both establishments of
further education and future employers.

Student involvement in extracurricular activities also positively impacts educational


attainment. Students who are actively engaged are more likely to have higher educational
ambitions than uninvolved students.

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P.O BOX: 40513 JEDDAH 21511 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA


PHONE: +9662 6937380, FAX: +9662 6938019
Email: j.international.boys.en@maarif.com.sa
Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Some of our planned extracurricular activities

1. Salah and Islamic lectures


2. Morning assembly presentations
3. Umrah trips
4. 40 hadith Nawawi club
5. Quran tahfeeth club
6. Tilawah competition
7. Clean a Masjid program
8. Saturday Sports club
9. Football/basketball/cricket academies
10. Football/basketball/cricket tournaments (break times)-intra + interschool
11. Swimming day/competition
12. Martial arts/self-defense club
13. Sports day
14. Badminton/Table Tennis /Volleyball/Football/Swimming Thursday clubs
15. Trip to an orphanage
16. Charity programs (bottle cap/recycle etc.)
17. Morning assembly presentations
18. Fun trips to leisure centers
19. Class Parties
20. Computer games club
21. Culture day
22. Horse riding
23. Life skills

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P.O BOX: 40513 JEDDAH 21511 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA


PHONE: +9662 6937380, FAX: +9662 6938019
Email: j.international.boys.en@maarif.com.sa
Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Instructions for Parents/Guardians

If you arrange your own transport for your son, it is essential that you ensure he is dropped off to
school on time in the morning and actually enters the school premises, and equally important, that
he is picked up without delay at home time.
If your son suffers from any sort of mental or physical illness, please provide the relevant student
counsellor with all necessary medical information/reports/medication etc. so we can take the
correct action promptly in case of an emergency.
Please refrain from entering classrooms at any time.
If you have any issue you wish to discuss concerning your sons welfare or academic progress, please
observe the following protocol:
1. Contact the relevant teacher via email or the school phone number or
2. Contact the relevant student counsellor so he can investigate the matter on your behalf.
3. If you wish to come to school to discuss the matter in person, ask the student counsellor to
arrange a meeting for you with the teaching staff concerned.
4. If, after meeting the teaching staff and the student counsellor, you are not fully satisfied,
please request the student counsellor to arrange a meeting for you with the head of
department concerned and the vice principal and/or academic coordinator.
5. If, after all of the previous actions, you still feel dissatisfied, you may request to meet with the
general director.

School Location

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P.O BOX: 40513 JEDDAH 21511 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA


PHONE: +9662 6937380, FAX: +9662 6938019
Email: j.international.boys.en@maarif.com.sa
Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Administrative Staff Email Addresses

Phone no:
no Name Designation 6783214 / Email
6937380
Dr. Walid General Director Ext 18 w.domyati@maarif.com.sa
1
Domyati
2 Mr. Shahzeb Latif Academic Coordinator Ext 10 s.latif@maarif.com.sa
3 Mr. Ali Badawi Secondary Vice Principal Ext 20 a.ali123@maarif.com.sa
4 Mr. Karl Coutet Primary Vice Principal Ext 21 k.coutet1@maarif.com.sa
Mr. Mohammad Students Counsellor Ext 12 m.hassan12@maarif.com.sa
5
Hassan
Mr. Fadi Al Digital learning Ext 33 f.alhinnawi@maarif.com.sa
6
Hinnawi coordinator
Mr. Mahmoud Financial coordinator Ext 16 m.nagib@maarif.com.sa
7
Nagib
Mr. Anwer Registrar/CIE coordinator Ext 13 J.International.Boys.en.@maarif.com.sa
8
Fareed
9 Mr. Abdallah Administrative secretary Ext 22 a.mohammed78@maarif.com.sa
Saleh
10 Mr. Hussain Security Guard Ext 26

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P.O BOX: 40513 JEDDAH 21511 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA


PHONE: +9662 6937380, FAX: +9662 6938019
Email: j.international.boys.en@maarif.com.sa
Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

Teaching Staff Email Addresses


no Name Subject(s) Email
1 Mr. Mahmoud Nageh Khalil Arabic -HOD M.KHALIL17@maarif.com.sa
2 Mr. Karem Mohammed Ahmed Arabic K.ABDULRAHEEM1@maarif.com.sa
3 Mr. Mahmoud Awwad Arabic M.OUDAH1@maarif.com.sa
4 Mr. Mohamed Ahmed AlTaaf Arabic M.ALTAAF@maarif.com.sa
5 Mr. Mohamed Fathy Arabic M.SHAHAT2@maarif.com.sa
6 Mr. Sameh Abdel Majeed Arabic S.BASSAR1@maarif.com.sa
7 Mr. Mustafa M. Abdul-Ghani Quran / SSA M.GHANI2@MAARIF.COM.SA
8 Mr. Abdullah Ibrahim Alghobaishi Quran/SSA/Islam A.ALGHUBAISHI@maarif.com.sa
9 Mr. Khalaf Hamad AlFahmi Quran/SSA/Islam K.ALFAHMI@maarif.com.sa
10 Mr. Faris Alqooshi Quran/SSA/Islam F.ALKOSHI@maarif.com.sa
11 Mr. Fahad Aljohani Quran/SSA/Islam F.ALJOHANI4@maarif.com.sa
12 Mr. Emad Eidan Alamri Quran/SSA/Islam E.ALAMRI3@maarif.com.sa
13 Mr. Hazem Ahmed Khairi Art H.KHAIRI@maarif.com.sa
14 Mr. Moustafa Abdallah French M.ABUZAID1@maarif.com.sa
15 Mr. Emad Abdel Hamed Sadat P.E.-Primary E.ALHAMEED@maarif.com.sa
16 Mr. Yossry Mostafa Galal P.E.-Secondary Y.AHMED26@maarif.com.sa
17 Mr. Riyaad Schroeder English Supervisor R.SCHROEDER@maarif.com.sa
18 Mr. Hossam El Sayed Ali English H.ELSAYED2@maarif.com.sa
19 Mr. Musa Drake English M.DRAKE1@maarif.com.sa
20 Mr. Monib Bassier English m.bassier@maarif.com.sa
21 Mr. Mogamad Armien Lukie English M.LUKIE@maarif.com.sa
22 Mr. Shkumbin Raci English S.RACI1@maarif.com.sa
23 Mr. Abu Bakr English A.GALANT@maarif.com.sa
24 Mr. Braimah Abubakar Yusif Science Supervisor B.YUSIF@maarif.com.sa
25 Mr. Ebrahim Kriel General Science I.AZEZ@maarif.com.sa
26 Mr. Fadi Attia Chemistry F.ATTIA@MAARIF.COM.SA
27 Mr. Hesham El Mosayer General Science H.ELMOSAYER@MAARIF.COM.SA
28 Mr. Mohammad Rahman Khan Biology M.RAHMAN7@MAARIF.COM.SA
29 Mr. Sajad Gul Physics/Chemistry s.gul@maarif.com.sa
30 Mr. Shakeel Khan Physics/General Science S.KHAN86@MAARIF.COM.SA
31 Mr. Zaheer Bhayat Biology/General Science Z.AHMAD6@MAARIF.COM.SA
32 Mr. Mohammed Shafique Maths -HOD M.SHAFIQUE1@maarif.com.sa
33 Mr. Ahmad Elsayed Rakha Maths A.RAKHA@maarif.com.sa
34 Mr. Mahmoud Gomaa Ibrahim Maths M.ABOULGHAT@MAARIF.COM.SA
35 Mr. Mohammed Salama Maths M.ABDELRAHMAN6@maarif.com.sa
36 Mr. Raed Elgharib Maths R.HUSSEIN1@maarif.com.sa
37 Mr. Faisal Malik Maths / General science F.MALIK3@maarif.com.sa
38 Mr. Shayan Siddiqui Business/Economics shayansiddiqui01@yahoo.com
39 Mr. Jaleleddine Ben Ahmed SSE/French J.AHMAD2@maarif.com.sa
40 Mr. Jaffer Raza Accounting J.SYED2@maarif.com.sa
41 Mr. Riyaz Yusuf Business/RE Riyazyousuf18@gmail.com
42 Mr. Mohammad Shoaib Ahmad ICT M.FAROOQ1@maarif.com.sa
43 Mr. Sohaib Ahmed Quraishi ICT S.QURAISHI@maarif.com.sa
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P.O BOX: 40513 JEDDAH 21511 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA


PHONE: +9662 6937380, FAX: +9662 6938019
Email: j.international.boys.en@maarif.com.sa
Vision: Maarif aims at having a pioneering role in preparing innovators to participate in improving our society.
Mission: Maarifs teams work to create a motivating learning environment which leads to creativity.

Our Vision: To create an atmosphere which encourages high educational achievements, develops exemplary character and fosters multicultural awareness.
Our Mission: To provide our students with a challenging standard of education with a fully integrated curriculum which develops academic and social skills in a stimulating
technologically modern, enjoyable and secure environment.

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P.O BOX: 40513 JEDDAH 21511 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA


PHONE: +9662 6937380, FAX: +9662 6938019
Email: j.international.boys.en@maarif.com.sa