EL ALSSON INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL - DEDICATED TO EXCELLENCE

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El Alsson International School

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Welcome to El Alsson International School

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Dear Parents / Guardians

On behalf of El Alsson International School Staff, we are happy to welcome you to the new academic year 2020/2021. We are looking forward to a productive partnership with you to ensure that our children can achieve their highest potential. Our Staff of highly qualified professional educators is committed to provide our students with many opportunities inside and outside classrooms, for high caliber and quality learning. As we plan for a beginning like no other we have seen in the past because the Corona-virus is dominating our everyday life these days and the situation has huge consequences on school, our focus will be to ensure that:

  • Every student, every day is finding a way to feel connected.
  • Every Student, every day is being challenged by new learning and experiences.

We would like to inform you that we will start the new academic year on Sunday, 6th of September. Students will be having their sessions Online from home. The date of return to school will be determined later based on the Ministry of Education instructions. A school calendar and sessions’ schedules will be sent to you soon and will be published on our website. We are looking forward to an exciting, productive and successful school year. Our plan for running the school will be reviewed at the end of each week based on the pandemic figures and status and if we have any change, they will be posted .

Please keep reviewing our website at elalsson.edu.eg and our Facebook page for the latest updates regarding school news.  We hope that our website provides you with a comprehensive introduction to our values, expectations and way of working.

How to prepare our students Psychologically for school:

The influence of digital videos on our everyday culture is undeniable. The school psychologist Dr. Esraa Niaz has prepared a series of videos to help us prepare our students to start the new year. These videos will be published on the school website, Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Our aim is to provide the very best for every child within a caring learning environment where everyone is happy, safe and secure. With commitment and support from our professional staff each child is guided and encouraged to develop to their full potential in all areas of learning. We welcome our partnership with parents and look forward to collaborating and reviewing mutually respectful supports for all our learners.

 

We wish everyone a great year!

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Our Vision

Our children are our future.. We Are dedicated to their excellence!

Our Mission

To achieve our vision, we will prepare our students to become independent learners with the desires, the skills, and the abilities necessary for lifelong learning. This will require creating a learning environment which is centred around students, directed by teachers, and supported by home and community.

Core Beliefs

  • The AIS board implements its stated Mission and Vision with full provision, daily.
  • The AIS community promotes a sense of global citizenship whilst instilling knowledge of national heritage and sustaining Egyptian culture. Faculty and staff members are ultimately responsible for student success.
  • Frequent assessment and analysis of teaching and learning data supports student progress, curriculum innovation and development.
  • A strong professional teaching and learning culture is presented through collaboration, commitment and professionalism within the AIS staff, students and families to ensure a positive environment and success in the future.
  • Guide students on how to face challenges by having a Growth Mindset, thinking critically, being creative and building on leadership and 21st century skills.

Aims and Values

Each member of us is committed to:

  • Challenge our students to think critically.
  • Encourage students to be involved in their community.
  • Encourage students to learn teamwork and leadership skills.
  • Encourage the physical and emotional well-being of each individual.
  • Provide opportunities for students to discover their individual talents, interests and passions.
  • Encourage the creativity of our students.
  • Provide opportunities to connect learning to real life.
  • Guide students how to cope with failure as well as success.
  • Support personal and social development.
  • Inspire students to rise to challenges.
  • Appreciate all students as unique individuals.

Helping children transition back to school in the COVID-19 era

 

Every year, parents are tasked with managing back-to-school transitions. Transitioning back to school in the COVID-19 era can present many challenges for parents and children. Many parents have reported that learning from home has given their child the opportunity to work at their own pace. Many children have also benefited from the 1:1 support which has helped with learning. Parents and children may feel nervous about contracting and spreading COVID-19 at school, frustrated by vague reopening plans and skeptical of whether children are able to follow social-distancing and mask protocols.

While levels of anxiety and stress may be high, parents play an influential role in helping children cope, encouraging a positive back-to-school transition and helping to reduce children’s anxiety and worries.

We at El Alsson International School are believing in our role towards our students, Therefore, we decided to present a set of episodes presented to you by Dr. Esraa Niaz, the school’s psychiatrist, to help you prepare your children psychologically and mentally before returning back to school again.

So stay connected and keep following us to watch the episodes on our Facebook page and on our YouTube channel and feel free to ask about anything you want trough messages and comments.

Back To School

Helping children transition back to school in the COVID-19 era

Every year, parents are tasked with managing back-to-school transitions. Transitioning back to school in the COVID-19 era can present many challenges for parents and children. Many parents have reported that learning from home has given their child the opportunity to work at their own pace. Many children have also benefitted from the 1:1 support which has helped with learning. Parents and children may feel nervous about contracting and spreading COVID-19 at school, frustrated by vague reopening plans and skeptical of whether children are able to follow social-distancing and mask protocols.While levels of anxiety and stress may be high, parents play an influential role in helping children cope, encouraging a positive back-to-school transition and helping to reduce children’s anxiety and worries.We at El Alsson International School are believing in our role towards our students, Therefore, we decided to present a set of episodes presented to you by Dr. Esraa Niaz, the school's psychiatrist, to help you prepare your children psychologically and mentally before returning back to school again. So stay conected and keep following us to watch the episodes on our Facebook page and on our YouTube channel and feel free to ask about anything you want trough messages and comments. Our Website: www.elalsson.edu.egOur YouTube channe: www.youtube.com/channel/UCgqh_Z1GBU5WSS1HCxTYGgAWe wish you a safe return to school.#elalsson_school #AIS #backtoschool #staysafe

Publiée par El Alsson International School - Harrania sur Mercredi 26 août 2020

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