Admission

Admission Requirements
The school complies with the admission requirements below and take them into account in their admission, registration and placement of students’ policies:

Fair, Non-Discriminatory and Transparent Approach

  • The school adopts an open approach to accepting students from different races and ethnicities to achieve fairness, equality and transparency.

  • The School allows prospective Parents and their children to visit the school prior to registration so that they may familiarize themselves with it.

  • The school is required to re-register its students in the next grade, if the parents wish so, as long as there are no behaviour issues that justify refusal of the student re-registration.

  • The INPS-AD admits students with mild to moderate special educational needs and offer additional appropriate learning support as required or needed. As per ADEK’s guidelines, the school has the right to charge additional fees for the provision of extra support as per their individual needs and the external report. The additional fees must not exceed 50% of the approved tuition fees for other students. For more details, please check the INPS-AD Inclusion Policy.

  • The school will not refuse or withholds admission of students with chronic health conditions (e.g., diabetes, asthma, congenital heart diseases, epilepsy and obesity) and must offer appropriate support as per the student’s needs.

Interviews and Placement Tests

  • INPS -AD admits students into the Kindergarten stage (KG1 or KG2) which precedes the mandatory education stage without requiring the students to sit for any form of tests. Interviews are conducted to screen for SEN cases in order to provide proper support.

  • The school conducts an interview with a student during the mandatory education stage (Grade 1-12) and may require the student to take certain placement tests in English and Math (based on the common core standards) and Arabic (based on MOE standards). The purpose of the placement test is to give an indication of students’ performance level(s) to be able to provide proper learning support and not for the purpose of accepting or rejecting a student.

  • The school conducts an interview with a student with mild to moderate special needs, and may require the student to take certain placement tests to give an indication of their performance level(s) to be able to provide proper learning and psychological support and not for the purpose of accepting or rejecting a student.

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