Al Rabeeh Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the care and welfare of children. Strong pastoral care is central to the ethos and aims of the Academy.
The personal and social development of students is a central aim of our curriculum. We want our students to be able to:
- Make and sustain good relationships
- Have a healthy lifestyle
- Be safe
- Be able to co-operate with others
- Have clear values and attitudes
- Make choices with a moral context
- Take responsibility
- To be self-disciplined
- To be self-motivated
- Express opinions sensitively and confidentially
- Think critically
- Be self-reliant
We provide learning support for identified pupils, however specialist resources, classroom environments and staffing are limited. Parents of students requiring special educational needs are advised to discuss the needs of their child with administration before registration to ensure Al Rabeeh Academy can meet the needs of their child.
Children who are placed on the "Special Educational Needs" register at Al Rabeeh Academy will be provided with termly Individual Education Plans (IEPs). The SEN Teacher, Class Teacher and parents will work together to set the targets in the IEP.
All forms of bullying and harassment are considered to be unacceptable and are not tolerated within the school environment. All incidents are taken very seriously, recorded and monitored. Challenging bullying effectively will improve the safety and happiness of pupil"s and show that the school cares and makes clear to bullies that such behaviour is unacceptable.
We believe bullying is best prevented through the ethos based on mutual respect and equality. The raising of children"s self-esteem and self-confidence is central to the work and life of the school.
Health & Vaccinations
The school nurse can be contacted using the following direct line: 02 4482866 In line with instructions from the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi (HAAD) medication will only be given in school in the following circumstances:-
- "Permissions Form" is signed and submitted
- Nurse is informed of your child"s medical history and vaccinations
- We will only administer medicines that have been prescribed by a doctor
- Medicine must be given directly to the nurse by an adult and will only be returned to an adult.
- The parent must fill in and sign a consent form.
- Please note that we hold some medicines in school (Calpol, Panadol etc.) but we will only give these to your child after contacting you so please ensure the office has up to date contact details for you.
- Children with infectious or contagious illnesses should be kept at home. If we contact you to tell you that your child is too ill to be in school please attend promptly.
- No required injections or vaccinations (as requested by the HAAD) will be given to your child without your prior written agreement and approval.