How does the school prepare my child for an international competent level?
The curriculum is well rounded and caters for the requirements of different countries. Students are provided with a wealth of subjects that guarantees equivalent in most of the middle east and western countries.
What streams of AP does the school offer?
According to the new regulation that will be implemented, Madar will be providing secondary students with options to enroll in any of the three provided streams (General, Advanced, Elite). This depends on the student’s level, parents’ and student’s preference, and future plans. The school will support its students to excel in these placement tests.
Does the school support students to pass external standardized tests such as SAT, EMSAT, IELTS and others?
The school will provide its students with all the support they need to pass these tests with flying colors. Additionally, the school monitors and mentors students with high care and attention to ensure they meet all the graduation requirements successfully.
Do siblings have priority in registration?
Yes, Madar’s retaining students and new sibling intakes are given priority until March. After that registration will be open to the public for new intakes.
Are my children automatically registered for the new year?
No, parents need to complete the online re-registration form for their children declaring their interest to continue in school. The school cannot guarantee the availability of seats; hence parents are encouraged to re-register in a fair and equal opportunity matter in the form of first come first serve.
Does the school focus on other domains of my child’s development?
Madar provides a holistic view of child development not only academically, but intellectually and personally. With the variety of activities, events, extra and co-curricular activities, and the nature of assessment that gives each child their rights to express their learning, no child is left behind.
What educational qualifications and training do your teachers have?
Teachers at Madar hold a bachelor’s degree as a minimum requirement of acceptance in school. All teachers also must hold a teaching diploma and must pass a qualification test held by the MOE.
In Madar professional development is ongoing and all staff members undergo training that is either embedded, internal, or externally hosted. All staff members have an opportunity to grow and develop their skills and proficiency during their journey in Madar. The training not only focuses on subject matter training; however, it also considers the holistic development of educational leaders in the field.
What extracurricular activities does your school offer?
We offer our students a variety of opportunities to develop their leadership skills and follow their interests. Throughout the academic year, students participate in weekly activities that help them grow academically and develop life skills. Before the Pandemic, the school offered a wide variety of clubs that students can join. In addition to many community service activities coordinated by many national and international institutions such as the Red Crescent, AUS, ADU, UAEU, and many more which provide a wealth of experiences to our students to explore the true meaning of competition, challenge, and the glory of playing in a team.