Preparation is the key for a better tomorrow
Al Fawz International School is delighted to impart the key of holistic education to unlock the potential of future professionals of the Sultanate of Oman and uses the latest trend in upskilling young minds to produce globally competent leaders in the fu-ture.
The AMA Education System (AMAES), the foreign investor based in the Philippines, breaches the barrier of the fast up scaling of current educational structures and puts itself at the core of them as it moves through the periphery in carefully forming and preparing students with the complex demands of tomorrow. In so doing, it took its roots to the air and across the globe to share its proficiency in ed-ucating, thus, Al Fawz International School is born.
Seeing the need to safeguard true Omani culture, spark a resilient sense of nationhood, and perceive a positive outlook of the society in facing global ad-vancement and responding to the call of science and the international community, Al Fawz Inter-national School envisions itself to be a definitive example in developing the youth by its globally rec-ognized information technology-based education armed with a strong zeal to stay true to Islamic faith and one’s belief with God.
Al Fawz International School can vouch for its uniqueness and they can be summarized in these 7 points, namely: a) Integration of robotics as early as kindergarten, b) Computer-based learning, c) GEMS integration in the teaching of math and sci-ence, d) Qualified faculty members, e) Focus on the holistic development of learners, f) Inclusion of foreign language in the curriculum and most importantly, g) Powered by 35 years of educational expertise of the AMA Education System in the Philippines and Bahrain with more than 200 edu-cation institutions in the Philippines and 7 inter-national branches.
As Al Fawz International School opens its door to all nationalities in the Sultanate of Oman on Sep-tember 2015, it eagerly welcomes bright young minds to take part in quality learning experience at the heart of Muscat. For its 2015-2016 academic year opening, it will be offering classes from KG1 to Grade 4. Each claw will accommodate 20-25 stu-dents. Age requirements for each grade level are as follows: KG 1, 3 years and 2 months; KG 2, 4 years and 2 months; Grade 1, 5 years and 2 months; Grade 2, 6 years and 2 months Grade 3, 7 years and 2 months; Grade 4, 6 years and 2 months.
The medium of instruction to be used for Omani students taking up Arabic and Islamic Education will be Arabic. During the course of classes in the earlier mentioned subjects with the locals of Oman, foreign students will have to take Basic Ara-bic, French and Ethics classes for them to be able to keep up with the learning media. The latter will be delivered in the English language.
For each succeeding academic year, Al Fawz Inter-national School will open an additional grade level until it reaches Grade 12 in the academic year 2023-2024.
Registration is ongoing so start right and do it the Al Fawz International School way!