Al Rabeeh School prides itself on creating effective home-school links to have a positive impact on the learning and development of its children.
The school continually recognises its parents (a lot of whom attended Al Rabeeh as pupils) and uses their ideas and feedback to positively enhance the school and improve enrichment activities.
The ‘Friends of Al Rabeeh’ meet weekly and consists of a group of dedicated parents who share their ideas and create plans to further develop the school and special events such as National Day Celebrations and Book Week.
Regular coffee mornings are organised so that parents can socialise and continue to strengthen the community feel and vibe around the school that Al Rabeeh strongly possesses.
One of the aims is to further develop a strong relationship between Al Rabeeh School and all of the parents. By doing this, it is hoped that this will enhance the children’s learning experiences at school and ensure that voices as a parent are heard and valued. Members
Friends of Al Rabeeh current members include:
• Anne Clampett (Grade 3 Teacher and responsibility for FOA group)
• Andy Smyllie (Vice Principal)
• Shaikha Eissa Almehairbi (Parent)
• Moza Salim Al Naimi (Parent)
• Mariam Al Dhaheri (Parent)
• Noura Omar (Parent)
• Mahra Al Darmaki (Parent)
• Aisha Al Ramsi (Parent)
• Carmen Almuni (Parent)
• Manal Jallad (Head of Islam)
• Mazouza Rabeeh (Head of Arabic)
• Farah Al Suwaidi (Parent)
Here are some of the reasons some of the members have joined Friends of Al Rabeeh School:
“I love being part of the social collaboration between school and home.” Moza
“I became a member of FOA because all of my children have studied at this school from KG1 up to Grade 6.” Shaikha
“I have been attached to Al Rabeeh School since 2005 with my three daughters. I know how much Al Rabeeh wants to take care of their students and improve the level of education offered to my daughters. I feel that I can contribute to the effort in bringing the school to its highest level.” Noura
“I want to support the strengthening of links between parents and the school. We have a family feel at Al Rabeeh and like all families, we need to work to keep us united as one.” Andy
“I became a member because I like how the group works and I feel loyal to my children’s school. I want to do something for the school to let them know we support them all of the time. Also, it’s nice to meet the parents and school staff and develop good relationships with them.” Mariam
• National Day 2016
• Book Week 2017
• Coffee meetings
Can you help the Friends of Al Rabeeh Group?
Do you have any ideas for school events?
Do you have any ideas for social events?
Would you like to become a member of Friends of Al Rabeeh School?
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