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Written & Edited By Professor H RIAZ UDDIN Advocate Tayyab Haneef

Collaboration with Jamiat Sanabil Ul Khair Lahore Pakistan

A central Model School

Sanabil School
Islamic Town Bhili Shah Raman Gujranwala

Sanabil Education System

About SANABIL SANABIL is an educational project of Jamiat Sanabil ul Khair which has been founded with the spirits of humanity service. It is now one of the leading, non-profit and independent charitable organizations of Pakistan, which has a range of activities for the serving of humanity. Formally registered in 2002 by Moulana Muhammad Amin Haleem (Late) but operating since 1992, Jamiat Sanabil has an extensive track record of humanity service. Constructing Masajid, installing hand pumps and water tanks, caring orphans, educating children, providing shelter, food and other necessaries of life to needy persons, has always been the focused areas of working of JSK in Pakistan. JSK is expanding its operations to education sector at school and college level initially whole of Pakistan aiming to provide best academic excellence. Mission Statement SANABIL aims to establish institutions that intends to build a generation of practical Muslims having ability to lead in every sphere of life as ambassadors of Islam and representatives of Muslim Ummah. These institutions become a flag bearer of standards, contribute towards the preparation of a new generation of Hafizes, Alims (scholars) Daees (educators) along with honest and sincere doctors, engineers, scientists, educationists, beurocrate and leaders for the world.. AIMS & OBJECTIVESSANABIL aims to promote moral and academic excellence in a caring and secure Islamic environment as well as developing technologically, scientifically and physically in education, providing opportunities for the fulfilment of our children's maximum potential. To provide pupils with a broad and balanced education in a caring, safe and well ordered environment to develop their academic skills and Islamic values in order to practice Islam with God consciousness and sincerely To educate pupils with the teachings of Islam in accordance with the noble Quran and Sunnah of our beloved Prophet Muhammed (Peace be upon him) which will inculcate within them knowledge and self-esteem, and to install within them wisdom and confidence. To provide in each child an Islamic personality and character which encourages good morals and manners in order that they may become good citizens of the universe. To assist pupils to distinguish right and wrong and respect the law in order that they may become responsible and productive citizens who will make a positive contribution to society. To provide pupils with a broad general knowledge of public institutions, services and an appreciation and respect for their own and other cultures. In a way that promotes integration, tolerance and harmony between different cultural traditions and an understanding of how they can contribute to their communities. To develop pupils tarbiyat [training] by teaching them the basis of aqaaid (creed), ibaadah [worship] , deeni taleem [ knowledge] and meaa-sharah (community relations) so they may grow up to be balanced, pious, upright individuals educated in Islamic and cultural etiquette with the capacity to understand and work with individuals from other countries.

To raise awareness in every family how to raise children with good Islamic moral values and how to behave as a good Islamic person individually in various aspects of life based on the sunnah in the life of prophet Muhammad (saw). To achieve this goal SANABIL intends to follow a broad & balanced curriculum with due emphasis to Islamic Sciences, Arabic and the National and International Curriculum Subjects. In addition, it will create an environment through extra-curricular activities and examples set by all involved, in which students will strive to achieve their full potential academically, spiritually and socially. Students, after graduating from the School, will have gained the necessary skills to be able to pursue further and higher education, both at home Pakistan and abroad. Curriculum There is a beautiful combination of Islamic and modern education .It is compulsory to get Islamic and modern education for the success of this world and the next world. SANABIL has molded its curriculum to accommodate much of the National and International Curriculum programmed of study along with various Islamic subjects. Our unique curriculum is specially designed to integrate Islam within all the subjects taught, be it Science, Geography, History, General Knowledge, Language or Mathematics. Through this, every student at SANABIL student has Allah in the heart - World in the hand. Islamic Sciences Curriculum Synopsis Subjects QURAN Tajweed Nazra Hifz. TAFSIR Brief description Reading, Tajweed and memorisation. Children will be enrolled automatically into the hifdh program. An individual learning plan will be produced for each child, providing the opportunity for children to have memorized the Quran before they leave the school Explanation of selected passages of the Quran. The emphasis will be on understanding the key messages of the Quran in relation to Tawheed, the stories of the Prophets and regulations for our daily lives as well as the contexts for revelation. Knowledge and understanding of the key principles of the science of hadeeth (narrations from the Prophet), as well as the study of selected hadiths. Knowledge, understanding and application of the rules and regulations relating to acts of worship. The emphasis will be on children applying the rules to their own lives and to those within their families. Knowledge and understanding of the core beliefs of Islam in accordance to the Quran, Sunnah and understanding of the Salaf. Some of the major books of aqeedah will be studied during this subject. Knowledge and understanding of the life of our beloved Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him). The key events and their impact on the Muslim Ummah to this day. The inspirational nature of his leadership and how we can apply this today. Authentic texts such as Raheeq al Makhtum will be used as a basis for this subject. Promoting our children to live emotionally sound, healthy, independent lives, and to become informed active Muslim citizens. Knowledge and understanding of other major world religions. This subject will lead to a qualification in Citizenship. Life Skills (i.e. Time management, Leadership, Arabic typing, Talks and Speech, Creative writing in Arabic and English, Dawah skills, Debate, Nasheed, Mellifuous recitation, Arabic calligraphy, Participation in Radio and TV shows




NOBLE MANNERS (AKHLAQ) Maharaat (Life skills)

NOTE:This department offers Golden Certificate for those students who acquire and pass Islamic Sciences subjects include Quran, Hadith, Fiqh, Islamic history and Arabic Language.

Modern Education Curriculum Synopsis

CURRICULAR SUBJECTS ENGLISH Literature Grammar Speaking MATHEMATICS AREAS COVERED Speaking and listening, reading and writing. Knowledge, understanding and application of the core features of English literature.

Using and applying mathematics, numbers, shape, space and measures. Formulae, graphs, algebraic equations and functions. Geometry and learn to calculate various areas and shapes, collect data, assess it and interpret it to solve specific problems. SCIENCE Experimental and investigative science, life processes and living things, (COMBINED) materials and their properties and physical processes. ART,DESIGN & Exploring knowledge to develop understanding and ideas; Investigating and TECHNOLOGY making art, craft and design; Evaluating and developing the application of knowledge and understanding in using materials and components and developing ideas to plan processes to make and evaluate products. Information & Communication Technology using, exploring and discussing experiences of IT; communicating and handling information; controlling and modelling. HISTORY Chronology, range and depth of historical knowledge and understanding, interpretations of history; historical enquiry, organisation and communication. GEOGRAPHY Geographical enquiry; skills to develop knowledge and understanding of places, patterns and processes; environmental change and sustainable development. PHYSICAL Through games, movements and gymnastic activities: acquiring, developing, EDUCATION selecting and applying skills, tactics and compositional ideas; evaluating and improving performance; knowledge and understanding of fitness and health.

Amazing life-skills
Groups Speakers Forum Activities Students need to have this skill in their job, professional life and Dawah. A prominent speaker will train them up to deliver public talk and boys will specially be trained up on how to deliver a Juma sermon, national and international speech compitetion. Qari Majlis A professional Qari will identify the talents and will train them up to (Beautiful Quran Recitation) develop them further Nasheed Band Children with good voice will be part of the Nasheed group led by a professional Nasheed artist, with NO musical instruments. Writers Guild Many children have talents in creative writings in English and Arabic Urdu articles, poems, research papers, stories, fictions. At SANABIl, professional writers will guide them and get their work published on our magazine and on other media. Media Crew SANABIl is linked to online TV studio on campus. Each student will have opportunities to be trained up on different media activities such as Radio and TV presenting, interviewing, photographing, news reporting and performing. Drama Party Students will have to participate in role plays as part of their Arabic Urdu and English lessons, which will be further developed in our Drama Party for presenting on TV and live shows. Leadership Skills Each person has leadership role to play at any time in his/her life. Sanabil will give opportunities for each child to develop their leadership skills i.e. time management, task management, anger management, resource

Debating Union

management, vision and target setting, decision making, problem solving and conflict resolution. Sanabil does this through targeted activities which are carefully designed and embedded in our whole curriculum and daily school life experiences targeting a specific skill for each individual student. Debating is a skill is needed in almost every walks in our lives. It is all about using reason, logic, argument and persuasion to convince other people to accept certain views. Debating Union will prepare its students on developing this skill and will engage them in debating competitions with children from other schools.


(ESLR 1) Let there be a community among you who call to the good, enjoin the
right, and forbid the wrong. They are the ones who will have success. Quran [3:104] Sanabil School students will live Islam as a way of life demonstrated by: Complete submission to the Will of Allah; Rich knowledge of Quran and Sunnah; Knowledge of Islamic history and pride in Muslims contributions to civilization; Daily implementation of Islamic teachings; Positively representing Islam to the larger community; High moral character exemplified by modesty in dress and behavior, courteous speech and respectful listening, guided by love and reverence for the Prophet Muhamad (pbuh), as our ultimate role model, and awareness of his behaviors and ethics, as documented in the Seerah and Hadith; Ability to easily distinguish between Halal and Haram; Ability to evaluate real-life moral and ethical issues against the criteria of Islamic values and principles; Commitment to hard work as a means of gaining Allahs pleasure.

(ESLR 2)
Say, 'Are those who know equal to those who do not know?" Qur'an [39:9] Oh Lord, increase my knowledge. Quran [20:114] Sanabil School Students will be passionate life-long learners and high academic achievers who: Demonstrate disciplined study habits; Demonstrate an ability to solve complex, academic and real-life problems, using a variety of strategies; Value well-rounded knowledge in many disciplines, and recognize the connections between them; Appreciate the miraculous sophistication of Allahs creation through the study of all branches of knowledge; Ability to think critically and discuss issues from a global perspective; Ability to access and research primary and secondary sources of information for indepth understanding of people, events and issues; Are proficient use of technology to responsibly gather, interact with, and integrate information, to facilitate the achievement of learning objectives; Demonstrate personal qualities and academic skills to facilitate a smooth transition to, and success in universities, and enable them to function and compete in professional environments and in 21st Century global society; Possess skills that enable them to make contributions to and be competitive in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).

(ESLR 3)
(Moses) said: "O my Lord! Expand my chest, ease my affairs, and remove the knot from my tongue, so they may understand my speech. Quran [20:25-28] Sanabil School students will be highly-effective communicators who: Read, write, comprehend and converse with a high level of sophistication in Arabic Urdu and English. Exhibit a high level of proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, composition and penmanship in academic Language. Read, write and comprehend classical Arabic for an in-depth understanding and appreciation of the Holy Quran; Effectively articulate the essential elements of our Islamic beliefs and traditions to other faith groups.

(ESLR 4)
O mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that ye may know each other (not that ye may despise (each other)). Verily the most honored of you in the sight of Allah is (he who is) the most righteous of you. Quran [49:13] The best among people are those who are most beneficial to them. (Hadith) Sanabil School students will be active, responsible contributors to the Muslim, local, national and global communities who: Sense their individual responsibility to make positive, ongoing contributions of their time and talents for the sake of preserving and improving our environment, situation, and the quality of life in their families and communities; Understand the interconnectedness of nations, faiths and languages, recalling the contributions of each to civilization; Demonstrate knowledge and respect for other viewpoints, recognizing merits in each.

(ESLR 5) The strong believer is better than the weak believer, and there is goodness in
each. (Hadith) Indeed, your body has a right over you. (Hadith) Sanabil School students will respect and honor themselves as spiritual and physical beings by: Understanding the importance of physical fitness, good nutrition and hygiene to maintain a strong mind and body and to further fulfill our obligations toward our Creator; Being devoted and steadfast in prayers and fasts, with understanding of the spiritual and physical benefits of each; Adhering to Islamic code for modest attire and character (Haya); Always striving for khushoo (submission and focus) and ihsan (excellence) in worship and daily life. Programs(2014__2015) 1-Bismillah Section (Nursery,kG1,KG2) BS is offered for the first three years of schooling. With TTM qualified teachers and access to extensive Montessori material, students benefit from hands-on activities in a specially designed Montessori environment. A remarkably low student to teacher ratio of 10:1 helps give individual attention to each child.

2-IQRA Section (Grades 1 - 2.) It is offered for those students who have passed Bismillah Section. It consists of two years. 3-Suffa Section(Grades 3--5) It offers two programs; 1-Hifz e Quran along with Modern Education 2-Nazra e Quran along with Modern Education

Character Building Management (CBM)

SANABIL is bound to set up high aspiration for each and every child. Our children are given wings to hatch high aspirations for life in this 'Dhuniya and Aakhira'. We want to create not the followers but the Leaders for the society. We lead the child through a step by step process in which he realize his potential, set up his life ambition and direct him how to achieve those ambitions and trains him to excel in which he wants to be. For example not a doctor but a great sincere and kind doctor whom a patient really wants to, An honest politician whom people admires. So the main objective of the school is to induce these values to achieve the Will of ALLAH by excelling their chosen profession. . Salah Diary We strongly believe that the early years is the best time to lay down the stone of faith and religious routines and the love for Masjid in a child's mind. Prophet (SAW) said if you knew the reward for Fajr salat and Isha salat in the Masjid, they would come crawling. We can only find a few people during the Isha and Fajr in the masjid. So Insha Allah we need to change the statuesque. The salat times falls within the school timing we pray them inside the masjid. Boys will pray the Salah at the Masjid while girls in the school. School monitors the children whether they pray their salat at five times a day. During the school hours class teachers mark in their salah Diary and while they are at home parents has to mark it. Those who score more will be rewarded every week at their golden time and there will be monthly rewards as well. We could encourage the quest for prayer through salah diary. Islamic behavior chart Instead of forcing the children to practice good values and behaviors we are giving them small rewards and generate the love for Islam by the means of Islamic Behaviors chart, stickers etc. It is been psychologically proven that positive reinforcements will be more effective to form and reform the character formation. Environment Sanabil provides an ideal environment which is based on strengthening one's bond with Allah resulting in stimulating positivity and the desire to learn, grow and succeed. Practice Days; Although every day is a practical day for a Muslim yet some days are mentioned here to make Islamic environment in our society..Quran Day,Dawa Day,Parents Day,Hurmat Day,Event Day,Salam Day,Help Day,Kalima Day,Salat Day,Zakat Day,Teachers Day. All these days are a practice for making practical Muslims.

Parents We love to work with and involve the parents of our students. Beneficial parent support programs are offered in the form of workshops and Tarbiyyah sessions which provide valuable knowledge on child psychology and Islamic parenting in addition to supporting parents to reinforce their child's learning at school. Mothers are offered Fahm al-Qur'an certificate course through which they get an understanding of the Qur'an and learn important aspects of Islamic upbringing of children.

Registration for Academic Session 2014 -2015 begins:---- Last date for Submission of Registration Form:----- Registration Fee: Rs. 300 Note:Although the school is from Montessori to Metric yet Registrations will be opened for selected grades only . Registrations will be opened for both boys and girls (Boys and girls will have separate classes from grade IV and above)

1. Purchase prospectus from school reception 2. Fill the admission form attached in the prospectus 3. Submit the form at school reception latest by ----- along with the following: 1. 4 latest Passport size Photographs (with white background) 2. Copy of B-Form (Copy of Birth Certificate if B-Form not available) 3. Copies of Parents'/Guardians CNIC 4. Copy of last Report Card (if applicable) 5. Evidence of Vaccinations (for Montessori Section) Note: Incomplete forms, Unsigned forms or forms which contain misinformation will not be accepted

Registration for your child does not guarantee him/her a place at the school In case of losing a form you will have to purchase one again For each applicant, a separate form will need to be purchased, even in case of siblings


The following table indicates the general ages (at the beginning of the Academic Year) of students grade-wise. However, please note that your child will be placed in a grade that suits his/her age and academic ability and hence your child may or may not fall in the age range specified below.


Age Competency (years

2.8 6 Bismillah section kindergarten 2.8-4.0 KG 1 4.0 5.4

KG 2 Iqra Section Grade 1 Grade 2

5.0 6.4 6-8 6-7 7-8

Suffa Section 8-11 Grade 3 Scholars section Grade 6 8-9 11-14 11-12

Admission Test and Interview The School will intimate parents of the appointed day and time of test and interview of candidates and their parents respectively.

An assessment will be conducted of the candidates academics and behavior skills. For admission to Grade I onwards admission tests of Urdu, English and Math will be carried out whereas for admission to Grade IV onwards, an additional test of Science will also be conducted. Note: Familys inappropriate behavior, excessive T.V. watching of the child and absence of Islamic environment at home may lead to failure in getting admission Selection and Admission The Schools admission selection committee undergoes a fair and thorough screening process considering each application holistically. The School looks for students that have a strong academic background, are well-versed in English, possess good behavior and belong to a supportive family who desire to have an Islamic upbringing for their child. Successful candidates are notified duly by the School administration via post. Successful candidates list willalso be made available at the School reception and uploaded on the website. Parents of successful candidates will be requested to collect a fee voucher from the school. Timely fee submission will ensure a candidates seat in class. Classes begin in the ------ inshaAllah. Fee Structure The Fee Structure for the Session 2013-2014 is as follows: Admission Fee Security Deposit Annual Charges Tuition Fee (Montessori Section Junior, Senior, Advance) Tuition Fee (Primary Section

ADMISSIONS POLICY Applications are welcome from all sections of the community, and applicants will be taken if they meet the admissions criteria. The admission procedure is as follows: (1) All applicants will be asked to take the Admission Test (AT) in Arabic,English and Urdu, Mathematics, and Islamic Studies . A short list will be made on the basis of their admission test results. (2) Those who are not communicated within the deadline will assume that they have not been successful at that occasion. (3) The short-listed candidates will be asked to attend an interview accompanied by a parent/guardian. They will be interviewed by a member of the admission panel in order to establish the following:(a) They (the student and the parent/guardian) share the schools vision. (b) The parents/guardians are committed to be active partners to the school. (c) The parents of the students have a track record of supporting Islamic causes that the school supports. (4) Places will be offered to the students who are top of the list and the rest will be kept in a waiting list for one year if parents show interest in writing. (5) The order in the waiting list will be determined by a panel chaired by the Chair of Principal after considering the written request from the parents in which they will explain how they are going to support their son in weak areas of the curriculum and so on. (6) Successful candidates offer will be conditional. The condition will include signing an agreement and paying fees for one term with in 5 days. Admissions Procedure Parents should complete the Application Form provided by the school and submit with a photocopy of the students birth certificate/B-form/passport. The original birth certificate/passport should be produced when parents attend their interview. It will then be checked and returned. Parents will have to pay a fee for the Admission Test and obtain an Admission slip in order for their son to take the test. The Admission Test is taken and a short list is made. The AT will be announced according to schedule. Parents and students are interviewed for the next academic year to initiate the registration process. Parents are informed of the outcome of the registration process and a written confirmation letter is sent. When an offer is made, parents are given 20 days to accept the offer by paying at least one terms fees, if no reply is received within this time, the place is offered to another applicant on the waiting list. Some students on the waiting list will be given priority over others if one of their parents works in the school or if they have brothers in the school who have attended for one year. They will however, have to be assessed in the same way as any other student hoping to come to the school.

Acceptance of a place implies compliance with the schools policies, rules and regulations. Parents will be asked to sign a Fees Contract and a Home/School Agreement. Summary of Admissions Procedure The admission procedure is as follows: Step 1 Complete the application form and sit the School Admission Test on the Entry Assessment Day. Step 2 Those short listed are informed in writing. Step 3 Offer is made to successful candidates. Parents are given 20 days to accept the offer. If no reply is received within this time, the place is offered to another applicant on the waiting list. Step 4 Parent can write to the Chair of Principal within 7 days explaining why their child should have priority in the waiting list. In the letter they should spell out how they are going to overcome the areas of concerns. Step 6 If fees are not paid within the due date, then the place will be offered to the next student. CHARGING POLICY Payment of Fees School fees are payable even when your child is unavailable to attend school due to sickness or for any other reasons. You will have to give at least a terms advance notice prior to withdrawing your child from the school. Failure to do so will result in school fees being due for that term. SANABIL does its best in trying to keep the fees affordable without compromising the quality of education being delivered. Fees may be reviewed to keep up with the operational costs. The fees payable cover the costs incurred in paying qualified teachers and buying the latest up to date resources. There will be no additional charge for the proposed SANABIL Homework club. Fees are payable per month or term in advance. monthly payment agreement can be requested in certain circumstances. Admission fee Rs 2000/-School fees RS 2000/- per month . The New Entry students have to pay one terms non-refundable fee to stipulate their place at the School. There are two modes of payment of the fees: (1) A one off payment per year paid on first month of the year of study.

(2) Three installments paid in an year. (3) Fees can be paid by cheque or cash on or before the due date. (4) Any student fails to pay fees within the deadline may be sent home to bring the payment for the school. (5) The school provides exercise books for the students. All other expenses such as text book, exam fees are to be paid by the parents. (6) The school can increase its fees each year. (7) Parents are requested to contact the school office to find out the fees for the year of entry. Charging Policy for extra Activities When the school undertakes any extra-curricular activities, visits and or any other educational experiences it may charge the parents of participants the cost of the activities. The parents will be notified before the event for their consent as well as the cost. An activity will only go ahead when the cost per head is paid by all the participants in advance. Attendance and Punctuality Policy Attendance at school is a legal obligation, hence our policy: The school attaches great importance to both the attendance and punctuality of pupils- and we keep our procedures under regular review. Both school and parents have legal responsibilities. To encourage regular attendance and punctuality by all pupils at SANABIL Parents should notify the school of their childs absence on the first day of occurrence (by 9am) and ensure that written confirmation of this absence is given in a letter to the Form Tutor on the childs return to school which will be kept in the Tutor file/register. This will help us to detect truancy in its early stages. Failure to produce written confirmation will result in an unauthorized absence being recorded in the register. Unexplained absences Absence is only authorized for illness. The school will contact parents when concerned about an unexplained absence and parents are encouraged to contact us if they have any such concerns. Unauthorised absence being reported.Form Tutor will investigate and chase explanations. Teachers should report any suspicious patterns or concerns to the relevant Form Tutor. Family holidays during term time are strongly discouraged and permission will normally be refused. Where a parent wishes to take their child out of school they must complete a holiday request form, available from reception and return this to the form tutor who will discuss the application with the Head teacher. Under no circumstance will a holiday of more than 10 school days be allowed. Parents are warned that failure to adhere to these regulations can in most extreme cases lead to the childs removal from the school roll. Where a pupil is granted permission to miss school for a holiday it is the childs responsibility to see all of his/her teachers and ensure that all work missed has been caught up with. Discipline Policy

This policy will encourage pupil to set high standards of behavior through self-discipline by recognizing the rights of all pupil to education in an atmosphere contusive to learning and in a safe environment. 1. Practice Parents and pupil are made aware of the standards of behavior expected through the codes of conduct and the publication of the school rules. The theme of good behavior is regularly reinforced through the citizenship program, tutorials ad during the assembly. There is a system of rewards and sanctions which is implemented by all staff. 2. Rewarding helpful behaviour Praise is a great motivator and should be given freely in whatever way is most appropriate for the children concerned orally, with stars/smiley faces/stickers, by employing positive comments first when marking work, etc. Praising the first child ready is often more effective than nagging the last, as it reinforces positive expectations. a. Stickers -Children can earn stickers in addition to green cards. b. Going for Gold- Each week a child is chosen for the Going for Gold award. A letter is sent home to parents and the award displayed in school. c. Golden Time- At times during the year children can earn Golden Time. This is time when children can choose their activity. Other awards at discretion of teachers. Lunchtime table for excellent behaviour.

3. SANCTIONS The School Approach the traffic light system Steps 1. Verbal warning 2. Amber light =Official warning = time off playtime 3. Red light = sent to Principal 4. Phone call to parents Children may be moved to another desk/area Detention time at playtime Withdrawal of playtime privileges In the case of recurring problems, other strategies can be used, there are a few: - a pattern of rewards and sanctions which suit the child and the problem - discussing with parents the nature of the problem and how to manage it - involving the principal in highlighting the seriousness of the problem and monitoring progress Immediate response to a problem may sometimes include short time out periods

away from a working group. Such periods should be purposeful, not time-wasting, and brief. A similar approach may apply at playtime. the ;time out should make a break in the unhelpful behavior pattern, and lead back to involvement in a helpful pattern as quickly as possible. Student Violation Improper Checkout: School Action Step 1. Warning and a phone call home to parents.

Step 2. Lunch/Recess detention and a call students scheduled class hours and/or home to parents. lunch period. Step 3. Half day in-school detention and a grounds without call home to parents. authorization. Step 4. Full day in-school detention (work B. Truancy: to be completed and turned in) & a call home for conference. from school or class: Step 5. Suspension from school (1-3 days). with principal

note from doctor, dentist, optometrist, etc. Tardiness: Step 1. Warning for 1st tardy. (attendance taken throughout day). **Any 3 Unexcused Tardies: Step 2. Warning and lunch detention for 2nd tardy. Step 3. For 3rd tardy, warning & note sent home to be signed by parent and returned explaining that next tardy will constitute a 45 minute after school detention.

by student while he/she was tardy. sent home. Theft, Burglary, Robbery:

Step 1. Return of or payment for stolen property and a call home to parents.

dishonestly acquiring property of others (stealing). Step 2. Return of or payment for stolen E. Possession of stolen property: property, full day in- school detention and a call home to parents. of stolen property knowing it has been stolen, embezzled and/or taken without proper authority. F. Improper use or possession of electronic devices: Step 3. Return of or payment for stolen property and suspension from school (1-5 days). Step 1. Device taken away from student and returned after school.

electronic games or other paraphernalia, and digital Step 2. Device will be returned to parent. cameras are not to be brought in. Parent must come to office pick up the device. OFF (vibration and silent mode is considered Step 3. Device will be confiscated and will

as ON mode) and put away during school not be returned to student or parent until hours. end of the semester. ** These items are the responsibility of the Step 4. Device will not be returned at all. student. The The school assumes no responsibility for lost, broken or stolen items. G. Cheating: Step 1. Zero given on work, test, assignment, etc.; call home to parent. using the work of others and representing it as Step 2. Zero given on work, test, ones own and/or the act of using books, notes assignment, etc.; Half day in- school or other materials on a test without the detention and a call home to parent. knowledge or approval of the instructor.

grades in any instructors records.

H. Plagiarism: creation or ideas as his/her own. I Forgery/Misrepresentation: ting, Step 3. Zero given on work, test, assignment, etc.; Full day in- school detention and a call home to parent.

to do so by an employee, or fraudulently using in any form the name of another person. Step 4. Zero given on work, test, assignment, etc.; Suspension from school (13 days) J. Offensive or Inappropriate Language or Step 1. Warning & call home to parents. Gestures: Step 2. Half day in-school detention and a call home to parents. Step 3. Full day in-school detention and a call home to parents. Step 4. Suspension from school (1-5 days). udes any type of inappropriate gesture, conversation and/or sexual activity. L. Obscene materials or indecent exposure: ion material. of any obscene

gestures. K. Public display of affection:

setting or which shows a lack of modesty or tact.

M. Potentially dangerous or unsafe acts: safety and well-being of self and/or others. N. Vandalism: Step 1. Restore property & restitution of any expenses or penalties and a call home to parents.

(interior/exterior) or private property belonging to others, including but not limited to Step 2. Restore property & restitution of computer software, hardware, writing on desks, any expenses or penalties and full day inwalls, or books. school detention and a call home to

O. Arson:


property. Use of a cigarette lighter or other Step 3. Restore property & restitution of unauthorized device which can cause a fire on any expenses or penalties and suspension school property. from school (1-5 days). P. False Alarms: 15/1122, and/or initiating a report warning of a fire, bombing or other catastrophe without just T. Tobacco - possession or use:

chewing tobacco, snuff, pipes, cigarettes, cigars and the like. *State Mandated Zero Tolerance** armful, and Step 1. Suspension from school (1-5 days). illegal. Step 2. Expulsion from school. ssion of any tobacco product is prohibited in any attendance center, at school sponsored events or on the school grounds. U. Alcohol/Drugs: The consumption and/or possession of any alcoholic beverage or alcoholic look-alike beverage or any illegal drug or drug paraphernalia are prohibited in any attendance center, on school grounds or at any school sponsored activity. Any students who have in their possession or are under the influence of an illegal substance will be refused admittance and entrance to any school sponsored activity and referred to the appropriate law reinforcement authority. Students knowingly transporting illegal drugs or alcohol or persons in possession of illegal drugs or alcohol may be subject to the same consequences as the person in possession. State Mandated Zero Tolerance** V. Harassment: Step 1. Suspension from school (1-5 days). Step 2. Expulsion from school conduct which tend to annoy, alarm or abuse another person. 1) Verbal: put-downs, name calling, mean teasing. 2) Physical: pushing, shoving, tripping, etc. 3) Sexual: making sexual comments, advances, requests for sexual favors, and other inappropriate verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature. 4) Racial: verbal or physical harassment based on the race or ethnic background of a person. W. Bullying! Intimidation/Threats: The real or threatened infliction of physical,

verbal, written, electronically transmitted, or emotional abuse, or through attacks on the property of another. It may include, but not be limited to, actions such as verbal taunts, name calling, put- downs and inappropriate gestures, including ethnically- based or gender based verbal put-downs, extortion of money or possessions and exclusion from peer groups within school. X. Fighting/Assault/Battery: lent behavior or threats of violence. Step 1. Half day in-school detention and a call home to parents.

1) Verbal Assaults by students against other students: Any statement or act, oral or written, Step 2. Full day in-school detention and a which can be expected to induce an call home to parents. apprehension of danger of bodily injury or harm to another student. 2) Verbal Assaults by students against school Step 3. Suspension from school (1-3 days). personnel: Any statement or act, oral or written, which can be expected to induce an apprehension of danger of bodily injury or harm to a school employee, volunteer or contractor. 3) Physical Assaults by students against other students: Causing or attempting to cause physical harm to another through force or violence to another student. 4) Physical Assaults by students against school personnel: Causing or attempting to cause physical harm through force or violence to a school employee, volunteer or contractor.

Y. Acceptable Computer / Technology Use Policy: Step 1. Warning and loss of computer usage for 2 sessions. Sanabil computers/network resources is that all use Step 2. Half day in-school detention and a must be consistent with the Sanabils call home to parents. educational goals and behavior expectations. Step 3. Full day in-school detention and a call home to parents. policy agreement, which details these Step 4. Suspension from school (1-5 days). expectations.

discipline students who use home computers in ways that materially and substantially disrupt school work or discipline in a school. This includes, but is not limited to, any inappropriate comments or threats using email, instant messaging, website profiles, text messaging, etc.


Parents will be notified of the reason for the exclusion. Before the child is re-admitted to school, a meeting between the parents and the school will be arranged. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss strategies and a way forward to ensure that the risk of a repetition of the offending behaviour patterns is not repeated. A written record of the discussion, and commitments to the agreed plan, by both the parents and the school, will be made. One copy will be kept in the schools record and one sent to the parent. Jewellery On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school. There is no exception to this rule. Haircuts The school does not permit children to have extreme haircuts that do not conform to the rules of Islam or could serve as a distraction to other children. Hair should be cut in one length only. Girls with long hair are advised to tie their hair neatly with hair bands and clips.School books, uniform, bags and badges for clothing are available to purchase from the School Office.

Time policy

Time 8:30 8:50 9:30

Subject Hours Assembly Quran/Qaida Islamic sciences Arabic Break Urdu Social Std Break Zuhar Lunch.prayer English Science Math Life skills Free/Games Aser Prayer


Saturday Mon



Thurs 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 440

10:10 10:50 11:30 12:10 12:50 1:30 2:10 2:50 3:30 4:10


Morning Assembly School starts promptly at 8:30 a.m. Every morning we will start our day with ADYA MASORA (morning supplications that Prophet Mohammad taught us). The morning assembly is part of the school daily activities. Students will receive points for attending it. It is a great way to start the school day. It gets the children ready for a productive day. All students are required to be in assembly ground for morning assembly at 8:25 a.m. (Early Pre K students should be brought directly to their classroom and left with the teacher.) Parents may drop their children in the driveway entrance starting at 8:00 a.m. Students are not allowed in the building before 8:00 a.m. because there is no adult supervision before that time, and the school is not responsible for any child dropped off earlier than the designated time. All parents should pick up their children at 4:00 p.m. Parents must file an authorization form in the principals office if the parent authorizes an individual other than the parent or legal guardian to pick the child up during the academic year. Parents are also responsible for any after school care; that is, child care beyond 4:00 p.m. Classes Classes begin at 8:25 a.m. The class teacher will escort students after the Morning Assembly in the Gymnasium to the class. Students are expected to be respectful to the administration, teachers, and parent volunteers. Remember that we are indebted to the one who has taught us even one letter. Students are to be attentive, responsible, and careful of personal property as well as the property of others. Students must remain in classes during scheduled lessons, and must not leave their desks without their teachers permission. Other than cases of extreme emergency, students should not approach the office without their teachers permission. Parents may be called only with the administrations permission. Lunch Students will report to the lunchroom in an orderly manner. Their class teachers will escort them. Lunch time Sanabil strongly advice all our parents need to provide their children with a suitable packed lunch. It would need to be balanced and healthy, for example a sandwich, pasta, rice, fruits and juices with low/no added sugar. It is very important that children have a balanced and healthy diet as this helps to increase childrens attention span. Hot meals are not yet available for pupils during lunch times. All packed lunches must be brought in a plastic container or lunch box with the child's name clearly marked on the outside. We strongly encourage parents to invest in their children's mental and physical health by providing healthy, well-balanced, packed lunches for their children. We do not allow children to eat sweets, crisps or chocolate bars as a part of their packed lunch . Drinks must be Halal but not fizzy. There is a microwave available within the school which can be used to warm up their food. Any child found with items that are forbidden, it will be taken away from them and will be held onto until the end of the day. Please encourage children to have nutritious and healthy food such as egg, meat, vegetables and fruits with some amount of nuts and dry fruits. Lunch rules are as follows: Good table manners are expected of everyone. Do keep your food on your plates; do not throw it. Students are expected to eat their own lunches.

Food will not be shared. Students are expected to keep their voices at a reasonable level. No loud talking and yelling. Students should not play around/at the tables, monitors and aides. . Prayer Time Salah Any prayer which falls during school hours will be performed in congregation on the school premises with separated areas for boys and girls. When prayer times fall in the midst of school finishing time, children would be expected to pray before going home. All children are expected to respect and uphold the major tenets of Islam in or out of school. We expect all parents to teach their children the basics of how to pray and perform wudhu and to ensure that their child understands the importance of this aspect of Islam. Please also remind your child about the etiquettes to observe when praying, such as to be quiet, not to fidget or disturb others who are praying. You cooperation in this matter is crucial and we suggest that parents lead by example and also encourage their child through positive praise as much as possible so that they build a love for praying. Salah is the second pillar of Islam. Students must approach it with the proper degree of decorum. Students should not loiter in the wudu area. Students must enter the prayer area quietly and prepare to line up for prayer properly. Unnecessary conversation is discouraged. Students must obey and respect the Islamic Education Teacher in charge for the day. After prayer students should not loiter, but return to class as quietly, and as orderly as possible and always remain under the supervision of the respective class teacher assigned to the period following prayer. Friday Prayer Every Friday students (grades 3 8) will attend the Friday prayer. Their teachers will escort them to and from the prayer area. Students in grades Early Pre K 2nd grade may attend Friday prayer with a parent. This parent would pick them up from class and bring them back following prayer. Children are not allowed to go home directly after prayer, but must complete the school day on Fridays. The school no longer has Friday Activity time. Regular classes will continue following Jummah. Lavatories Student must observe the Islamic values of cleanliness in the bathrooms. Make sure that the water is turned off after washing. Take care of the lavatory, for the school belongs to each and every individual who uses it. Try to keep the r Break Time Children are given a 10 minute break after every two sessions/periods. Children during their break may have a small bite such as a fruits, nuts or dates and some juice(good if its fresh juice with little/no added sugar) or fresh water. SPECIAL NOTE: if any parents wishes to give foods to any other children/s as a part of any celebration (such as a new baby born in their family, or any other good news)we will not allow to give any chocolates. candies, crisps or any other unhealthy foods rather it will be appreciated to give fruits or dates or zamzam instead Playground Rules During recess time, children need to observe the following rules: 1. Remain on school grounds and must not go beyond the playground area. 2. Take turns on the Students must respect their lunchroom

slides, swings, or any equipment they are using. 3. No standing on swings. No wrapping of legs on swings. 4. Only one person going down the slide at a time. No standing or going backwards on slide. 5. Do not bring any balls, bats, jump ropes, Frisbees, or any play equipment unless agreed upon with the teacher. 6. Must take permission to re-enter the building. 7. No climbing on each others back, play fighting, gun fighting, tackling, or any form of rough playing. 8. No throwing or playing with stones or sticks or any harmful objects. 9. No playing on the playground in the morning before school starts. 10. Must follow the directions of the recess monitor. Parents must go over playground rules with their children.

Complaint Policy
At SANABIL, we aim to maintain a caring, supportive and disciplined learning environment where children benefit from the best possible education. All staff are committed to this aim. We would like to know if you think we are not meeting your expectations so that we have an opportunity to respond. We would also like to know your opinion on the things we do well. The complaint procedure will be displayed at notice board. Parents, pupils and prospective pupil can get a copy of the complaint form the reception. School has a systematic and positive outlook towards the feedbacks and it welcomes the complaints and takes them as the necessary steps of growth. Health & Safety The school ensures that it maintains a safe and secure environment for all children by taking seriously its responsibilities as set out in the guidance of Govt of Pakistan "Health and Safety. Risk assessments are carried out for all areas of the school open to pupil use. This also applies to all school trips. Fire drills take place regularly as well as annual checks such as electrical testing. The school building meets all current regulations for Health & Safety. All new staff undertake an induction program which includes Health and Safety issues. Pupils are supervised throughout the day to ensure they are kept safe and well. All members of the schools staff and board of trustees have been vetted by the criminal records bureau and the school takes care to honour carefully its Safeguarding commitments to pupils and families. Behaviour Policy RISE reshapes its Behaviour code on the basis of Islamic values. We expect children to be polite, cooperative and considerate of others. Members of staff are committed to creating a school environment where these qualities are seen to be important and are positively encouraged. We expect all our students to; Maintain good behaviour; Have a positive attitude towards learning; Respect school premises, property and staff Listen to and respect teachers and other students. Our behaviour policy provides a framework for the creation of a happy, secure and orderly environment in which children can learn and develop as caring and responsible people. It is written for all members of the school community to allow each one to understand the policy of the school and to apply it consistently and fairly. It meant to to promote self-

discipline and consideration of others. It should reflect in their behavior and language and to release their maximum potential in all activities. Behavior policy is designed in such a way that, it is used and approved by all the teaching and non-teaching staff and school ensures that parents are well aware of these disciplinary measures. It also provide a system of rewards to encourage good behavior. This policy is used to try and reverse continuous and habitual offenders by using assertive discipline techniques and ensure a safe, caring and happy school. Therefore school promotes good citizenship and prevent all kinds of bullying. The establishment of a sound, positive and caring ethos is an essential prerequisite for learning. It depends upon trusting relationships and a process of cooperative team work and the school welcomes and encourages the involvement of the RISE, governors, parents and carers and others in the community. Anti-Bullying Policy We are a learning community promoting the Islamic values of mutual trust, care and respect. East London Islamic school is committed to providing a caring, friendly, safe and secure environment for all of our children so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere, without any worry. Bullying is unacceptable at our school. We do all we can to prevent it, by developing a School ethos in which bullying is regarded as unacceptable. We aim to make all those connected with the school aware of our opposition to bullying, and we make clear each persons responsibilities with regard to preventing bullying in our School. If bullying does occur, all children should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively. We are a TELLING School. This means that anyone who knows that bullying is happening is expected to tell the staff. All adult members of our school community should be vigilant to recognize where bullying is taking place, and deal with it thoroughly and with sensitivity. School Visits SANABIL has a detailed policy to safeguard and promote the health and safety of the pupil on activities outside the school. This covers the full risk assessment and the associated information. Educational visits are arranged on average once a term, to various places of interest to support Childrens learning. Parents/guardians may be asked to contribute towards the cost of the trip and occasionally to assist with the trip. For the most part, the school provides materials and equipment that the children need. Sometimes certain educational activities involving sports, food, game and art may require small contributions from parents for the visits to take place. SANABIL is pledged to meet all the health and safety measures in prior to all the educational visits. Pupils as well as parents are given with sufficient awareness classes about the particulars of the visit. Academic Performances SANABIL will assess each student thoroughly at the time of admission. There will be continuous and comprehensive evaluation criteria to assess the performance of the students throughout the academic year. At the end of the academic year the school will send reports to all the parents. Homework SANABIL believes that children learn the best when parents and teachers work together. Parents can help in the classroom by hearing children read, sharing their skills and also participating on outings. At home, we hope parents are able to share the enjoyment of books, puzzles and Maths games which children take home on a regular basis every week, and to hear them read regularly. Parents can also help support class work when teachers ask

children to do some research or to try to collect objects to enrich school projects. Details of such and other homework are provided to all parents by the class teachers at a team meeting at the beginning of each term. Homework is a collective responsibility of the class teacher, pupil and the parent. Teachers should inspect that the homework demands should not infringe on childrens rights to play, physical activities and rest. The school views home work as an extension of the learning process and not as a test or competition. Attendance, leave and illness School has a strict policy on attendance and punctuality as it has great influence on the discipline. Parents are required to inform the school on the first day their child is absent from school. The school requires an explanation in writing for all absences on the childs return. The school discourages holidays during term time. Permission for holiday leave must be requested in advance from the Principal. Should your child suffer from a medical condition, it is imperative that the school is notified immediately. . ASSESSMENT AND MARKING POLICY Philosophy and Aims Assessment is to show clearly what a student knows, understands and is able to do. Assessment is an integral part of the teaching and learning process and informs teachers planning on a continuous basis. Planning, marking and record-keeping are essential elements of the assessment procedures that are used to raise standards by improving the quality of teaching and learning. Both formative and summative assessments will be used.Formative assessments provide feedback that involves students in improving their own learning. Formative assessments provide recognition of students achievements and specific guidance for further improvement. Summative assessments provide a snapshot of what a student can do at a particular time and is useful for tracking students progress and providing students with group targets. Overview of Assessment Assessment details will be compiled in the assessment calendars which will be produced annually with the cycle beginning in Aprial. On going assessmentsThe learning intentions are shared at the beginning of the lesson. The learning focus is made clear and is used as a reference point for informal teacher assessments at the end of each session. The success criteria are discussed with the students when appropriate. Planning Planning at the School includes: Curriculum Cycle following a topic based approach;

Weekly short term plans of teams and individual teachers. Assessment procedures These can be broadly divided into three categories: 1. Short term assessment. Formative assessment (assessment for learning)

Short-term assessments are the day to day assessments teachers make. Marking is an important aspect of formative assessment. Key features of effective formative assessment are that it is:

s to know how to recognise the standards to aim for.


iewing and reflecting on students performance and progress. -assessment.

Marking as part of formative assessment Marking should be based on these principles: and motivate where possible. targets for improvement.

cies. It is also important that teachers set aside time to allow students to review work that has been marked so that it can be discussed and corrected. Marking guidelines Students work should be marked regularly and books should be marked at least once a fortnight to monitor student progress. All homework set should be marked. To ensure consistency across the school, work should be marked using the following system: Attainment:

expectations. Effort:

4 Very good effort

A5 = Excellent effort and attainment well above expectation. . Summary of marking system

. TYPES, DESCRIPTIONS AND USES OF ASSESSMENT Type of Assessment Baseline Assessment Description and uses Baseline assessment is usually used at the beginning of a phase, grade or learning experience to establish what learners already know, what they can do, or what they value. For learners with disabilities, baseline assessment can be done in consultation with the Institution-level support team Formative assessment is developmental. It is used by teachers to provide feedback to the learner and track whether the learner has progressed (or not). It helps daytoday teaching and learning, and may suggest ways in which learning activities can be changed to suit diverse learners needs. Formative assessment is also known as assessment for learning. Importantly, this type of assessment involves both teacher and learner in a process of sustained refl ection and self-assessmen Diagnostic assessment is a specific type of formative assessment. It may lead to some form of intervention, or remedial action, or revision programme. It can help to identify strengths and weaknesses of a learner, or of a teaching methodology, or barriers to learning. The results can help to plan individual support for learners who have problems Summative assessment gives an overall picture of the achievements of a learner at a given time, for example, at the end of a term or year. Summative assessment is like a snapshot of a learners progress at a particular point in time (and formative assessment is like a video of a learners progress during the process). Summative assessment is referred to as assessment of learning.

Formative Assessment

Diagnostic Assessment

Summative Assessment

REPORTING AND ASSESSMENT Assessment will be regularly carried out to gauge pupil progress in learning. Annual reports will be provided to parents to provide a summative judgment on student achievements. Crucially, parents will be able to access pupil data via on-line access to our school information

management system. Parents will be able to access a wide array of information and track pupil performance in subject assessments including hifdh progress ON-LINE PUPIL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM The school will be fully networked and pupils will havefiltered access to internet and other educational resources.The school will also implement an on-line schoolinformation management system which will allow parentsand pupils to log in and see items such as homeworktasks, assessment results and other general notices STAFF RECRUITMENT POLICY All staff recruited will be qualified in their relevant subject areas. All staff will be expected to support the ethos and aims of the school and appointments will take this key requirement in to consideration. The school endeavours to recruit qualified teachers and makes provision in terms of salary and otherwise so that such teachers are attracted. When a qualified teacher cannot be recruited it employs experienced teachers with the aim of helping them to gain qualified teachers as soon as possible. Prior to the confirmation of the appointment, checks are carried out to confirm their identity, previous employment history, qualification and professional references. They are also subject to a check with the Criminal Records Bureau to confirm their suitability to work with students. The school strives to adhere to Safer Recruitment in order to ensure Safeguarding Children issues are placed at the centre of recruitment. The school ensures the person responsible for recruitment is has undergone safer recruitment training. The school recognises its staff as being fundamental to its success. A strategic and professional approach to recruitment processes help enable the school to attract and appoint staff with the necessary skills and attributes to fulfil its strategic aims, and support the schools values.The School is committed to ensuring that the recruitment and selection of staff is conducted in a manner that is systematic, efficient, and effective and promotes equality of opportunity. This policy has been designed to provide a flexible framework which promotes good practice, adopts a proactive approach to equality and diversity issues and supports fully the schools core business. Scope This policy applies to the recruitment and selection of all staff to the School. All employees involved at any stage of the recruitment and selection of staff should be aware of and adhere to the contents of this policy. In addition, any external consultants, recruitment agencies or external experts who assist in the recruitment process must act in accordance with this policy. The Head teacher is responsible for providing such external parties with this policy prior to their involvement in the recruitment process. Aims To ensure that recruitment processes are fit for purpose. To appoint the best person for each position. To ensure equality of opportunity for all applicants. To ensure compliance with the Schools Equal Opportunities Policy and relevant employment legislation. To promote the Schools values and vision. To meet the Schools operational requirements and strategic aims.

Note: Preference shall be given to qualified Islamic minded persons.

General Principles If a member of staff involved in the recruitment process is related with an applicant they must declare this as soon as they are aware of the individuals application. It may be necessary for the member of staff to avoid any involvement in the recruitment and selection process, at the discretion of the Headteacher, or the Governors, the relation is to the Headteacher. Documentation relating to applicants will be treated with the utmost confidentiality Applicants will have the right to feedback and to access any documentation held on them . Preparation Stage The recruitment and selection process should not commence until a full evaluation of the need for the role against the areas strategic plans and budget has been completed. Recruitment should form an integral part of the staffing strategy for the area and should take account of the areas equal opportunities targets, by incorporating positive action initiatives into the recruitment and selection process. . Obtaining Candidates As a minimum all positions will normally be advertised within the School. This will help maximise equality of opportunity and provide staff with opportunities for career development, thus maintaining the skills and expertise of existing staff. Positions will be advertised using the most appropriate and cost effective medium to maximise the number of suitably qualified candidates. This may include local, national and international publications and web sites and should adhere to the Schoo ls visual identity. Internal advertisements should appear for a minimum of 7 days and external advertisements should appear for a minimum of 14 days. Selection Process The selection process should be: Transparent Timely and cost effective Equitable Free from conflict of interest All recruitment will be based on agreed job descriptions and person specifications. Recruitment and selection must be conducted as an evidence-based process and candidates should be assessed against agreed selection criteria, based on relevant knowledge, skills, competencies, experience and qualifications to perform the role as outlined in the person specification. All decisions must be recorded. Short listing must be undertaken by at Least two individuals who are involved in the interviewing process. Interviews should normally be conducted by at Least two people, and all interviews for one post must be conducted by the same people. In order to promote equality of opportunity selection committees should, wherever possible, be of mixed race and gender composition.

Interview questions must relate to the job requirements as exemplified in the person specification and the candidates suitability for the position. The person specification should be used as the basis for determining the interview questions. The choice of appointee will be determined by the majority view of the interviewers. The Employment Contract At the end of the recruitment process all records must be handed to the principal who will retain them for six months in case of requests for feedback or the threat of litigation. Offers of employment are conditional upon receipt of satisfactory references, medical assessment and any other appropriate checks. This normally excludes visiting and other casual appointments of less than three months duration. In accordance with employment legislation, appointments will only be offered on a fixed term basis where objective grounds exist for not making the appointment permanent.

Teaching and Learning Policy At SANABIL we believe in the concept of lifelong learning and the idea that both adults and children learn new things every day. We maintain that learning should be a rewarding and enjoyable experience for everyone; it should be creative and enjoyable. Through our teaching we equip children with the skills, knowledge and understanding necessary to be able to make informed choices about the important things in their lives. We believe that appropriate teaching and learning experiences help children to lead happy and rewarding lives. Aims and objectives We believe that people learn best in different ways. At our school we provide a rich and varied learning environment that allows children to develop their skills and abilities to their full potential. Through our teaching we aim to: enable children to become confident, resourceful, enquiring and independent learners; foster childrens self-esteem and help them build positive relationships with other people; develop childrens self-respect and encourage children to respect the ideas, attitudes, values and feelings of others; show respect for all cultures and, in so doing, to promote positive attitudes towards other people; enable children to understand their community and help them feel valued as part of this community; help children grow into reliable, independent and positive citizens. Further Policies

Alhamdulillah Sanabil has the finest teachers; professionals in their subject areas, and the right role models for our students. We invest to make our teachers professionally competent and spiritually strengthened through regular workshops and trainings as well as Tarbiyyah sessions.

Teachers Training Management(TTM)

1-Workshops that make Teaching more effective & exciting
1. Multiple Intelligences* - Using MI to make classes more interactive & interesting 2. Learning Styles - Understanding Learning styles and how we can maximize learning using this understanding 3. Thinking Skills - What are they and how we can use them inculcate them through our classroom 4. Active Learning * - Methodologies to make teaching more interactive, involving & more meaningful 5. Cooperative Learning - How to get the get best out of peer to peer interactions and to multiply learning using group 6. Developing and using Creativity in learning 7. Using Art, color, clay & sand for effective learning 8. Using computer for effective Learning 9. Language Development in Early Childhood 10. Brain based learning & Study Skills 11. Using Story telling / doing in learning 12. Understanding Activity Design 13. Using Experiential and Integrated design

2-Workshops for Understanding Child

18. 19. 20. 21. Understanding Emotional needs of a child Working with acceptance and Intentions Understanding and Developing high Self esteem Developing Life skills or success skills

3-Workshops for Effective Classroom Management

22. Cooperation - Effective Methods to solicit cooperation from children in the classroom 23. Disciplining in the classroom - Alternative to punishment that work 24. Communicating to motivate children: Bring the best out of students by simple changes in our communication 25. Circle Time - using group dynamics for learning 26. Creating stimulating yet enjoyable physical, Mental and Emotional environment in the classroom

4-Subject Specific Workshops

26. Spellings * - Strategies to enable children to learn write and remember spellings correctly 27. Science is looking, doing, concluding * - Let each Science class be an active exciting journey for children. Experience science all around you through activity based workshop. 28. Language Development the natural way Joy of knowing and using a language is the key to learning the language. Geniekids approach is to simply follow the natural way in which we use the language and learn it on the go. 29. Make Maths a pleasure to teach and exciting to learn* - Activities that connect Maths to real life. 30. Unravel the Mystery of History - If History is exciting is what you want the children to say, this workshops shows you simple but extremely effective way to make history fun.

5-Teacher (Self) Development Workshops

32. 33. 34. 35. 36. Discovering ones potential as a teacher Developing effective Facilitating Skills Conducting Effective Sessions Developing communication skills that make teachers more effective Becoming the favorite teacher of children

Monitoring and review We are aware of the need to review the school teaching and learning policy regularly so that we can take account of new initiatives, changes in the curriculum, developments in technology or changes to the physical environment of the school. SANABIL is so aspiring and rigorously working to make the entire school atmosphere so lively and your children happy and enthusiastic. We are always concerning to make all activities Islamically inspirational. So we are planning everything ahead to make the pupil feel all fun and enhance good character so that they can respect each other and every child will grow in the wisdom and peace of Islam, InshaAllah. We cordially welcome every one if you have any more queries. Responsibilities SANABIL shall foster a climate of mutual respect for the rights of others. Each student is expected to respect the rights and privileges of other students, teachers and all other SANABIL staff. Students shall exercise their rights responsibly in compliance with rules established for the orderly conduct of the SANABIL educational mission. The SANABIL rules of conduct and discipline are established to achieve and maintain order in the school. Students who violate the rights of others or who violate SANABIL rules shall be subject to disciplinary measures. These measures are designed to establish Islamic conduct and exemplary citizenship both in and out of school. Responsibilities of the Students Students responsibilities for achieving a positive learning environment at school or school related activities shall include: 1. Attending all classes, regularly and on time. 2. Being prepared for each class with appropriate materials and assignments. 3. Being appropriately dressed and groomed. 4. Showing respect toward others. 5. Behaving in an Islamically responsible manner. 6. Refraining from violations of the code of student conduct. 7. Obeying all school rules, including safety rules. 8. Showing proper restraint if confronted by other students and reporting such incidents and violations to teachers or the principal.

3.2. Responsibilities of the Parents Throughout this document, parents includes single parent, legal guardian, or person who has lawful control of the student. Parents have the responsibility to: 1. Provide for the physical needs of the student. 2. Teach the student to listen to teachers and other school personnel and school rules. 3. Be sure the student attends school regularly and on time, and promptly report and explain absences and tardiness to the school. 4. Encourage and lead the students to develop proper study habits at home. 5. Participate in meaningful parent-teacher conferences to discuss the students school progress and welfare. 6 .Attend parent-training workshops for home reinforcement of study skills and specific curriculum objectives. 7. Keep informed about school policies and the academic requirements of school programs. 8. Pay required fees and fines, unless these are waived. 9. Participate in school-related organizations. 10. Be sure the student is appropriately dressed and groomed at school and school related activities. 11. Discuss report cards and school assignments with the student. 12. Bring to the attention of school authorities any learning problem or condition that may relate to the students education. 13. Maintain up-to-date home, work and emergency telephone numbers and other pertinent information at the school. 14. Cooperate with the school staff. 15. Be sure the student attends school tutorials when required or as the need arises. 16. Sign and submit the attached Acknowledgement Statement. Responsibilities of the Principal The principal has the responsibility to: 1. Respond to discipline problems referred to them by teachers. 2. Act as the school disciplinarian or appoint a designee. 3. Develop and maintain a standard discipline citation form for teachers use. 4. Ensure the fair and equitable implementation of this discipline policy by school staff. 5. Promote effective training and discipline of all students. 6. Encourage parent communication with the school, including participation in required parent-teacher conferences.

7. Provide appropriate assistance to students in learning self-discipline. 8. Provide instructional leadership for discipline and for evaluation of the discipline policy. 9. Serve as appropriate role models for the students. 10. Send a written notice to a parent within twenty-four hours after receiving a citation form from a teacher for a serious offense committed by the student. 11. Follow-up with the parents on all student disciplinary actions until the matter is resolved. 12. Provide the Board of Directors with a periodic (every trimester )report on discipline issues, outlining all violations and corrective actions taken during the reporting period. 3.4 Responsibilities of the Teachers Teachers have a responsibility to: 1. Provide a safe and nurturing classroom environment using effective classroom management techniques. 2. Communicate and explain to their students the school discipline policy and procedures. 3. Ensure the fair and equitable implementation of this discipline policy among their students. 4. Maintain a discipline record for each of their students and submit such records to the school disciplinarian on a regular basis. 5. Be punctual and have regular attendance. 6. Be prepared to perform their teaching duties with appropriate preparation, assignments, and resource materials. 7. Comply with SANABIL policies, rules, regulations, and directives as outlined in the Teacher Handbook and the Parent/Student Handbook. 8. Maintain an orderly classroom atmosphere conducive to learning. 9. Meet the standards of teaching performance established by the SANABIL. 10. Establish rapport and an effective working relationship with parents, students and other staff members. 11. Teach students to develop and practice self-discipline. 12. Encourage good work habits that will lead to success in meeting personal goals. 13. For serious offenses, as defined herein, file a standard discipline citation form with the school disciplinarian regarding the students violation of the students code of conduct. 14. Serve as appropriate role models for students, in accordance with the standards of the teaching profession. 15. Interact with parents to mutually resolve any disciplinary problems the students may have. 16 .RISE discipline techniques will comply with Islamic and state regulations. 4. Parent-Teacher Conferences

One or more conferences shall be held during each school year between a teacher and the parents of a student if any of the following circumstances arise: 1. The student is not maintaining passing grades or achieving the expected level of performance; 2. The student demonstrates discipline problems, or presents some other problem to the teacher; 3. Other cases when the teacher considers it necessary.

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