Policy Documents

Admissions and Placement Policy

Admissions and Placement Policy

Languages Policy

Language PhilosophyLanguage wraps itself around, in, through and between everything that we teachers and learners do in the classroom.(Ritchhart 2002: 141)ARIS is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School where we...

Special Educational Needs Policy

ARIS offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.PHILOSOPHYAl-Rayan International School (ARIS) provides all-inclusive education, embracing the uniqueness of all students. Based on the philosophy of equality...

Child Protection Policy

Document Introduction Child abuse and neglect possesses a peril to the educational wellbeing of children. ARIS is totally dedicated to conserving and safeguarding the welfare of all children in its quarters. We reco...

Attendance Policy

Find here ARIS' Attendance Policy for the Primary and Secondary sections.

Network Policy

Note: This policy includes a summation of the rules by which students and staff are expected to abide when using the Network and ICT facilities at ARIS.Definition'The Network' denotes the ARIS Intranet, Local Area Networ...

Academic Honesty Policy

Academic Honesty PolicyDocument OutlineIntroductionAcademic dishonesty and malpracticeThe consequences of malpracticeTypes of malpractice & context / suggested consequencesThe detection of plagiarismAuthenticating c...

Assessment Policy

Primary Assessment PolicySecondary Assessment PolicyIntroductionThe purpose of this statement of policy is to provide broad guidance on assessment in the Primary School at ARIS, which more specific departmental policies...

Field Trips Policy

Field trips are an important dimension to learning. All students are expected to participate in planned co-curricular activities such as the extramural opportunities inspired by the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and the Diploma Programme (DP) in the Secondary School

Security Policy

Some say we live in a dangerous world. Whatever is the case, a sound education cannot proceed in a context of fear.