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We are now accepting names for the 2017-2018 Waiting List. You may submit your child’s name by completing the waiting list form (through the school website atwww.alsalamschool.ae under Admission Section).
1) The school will only maintain the list of students applied through online waiting list form.
2) Student information for the waiting list will not be taken over the phone or email.
3) Preference in admission is given to siblings.
4) No student will be admitted ahead of other eligible students on the Waiting List.
5) There will be a separate waiting list for children who have been identified as having special needs.
6) Students who are on the Waiting List as non-siblings and become a sibling, due to the admission of their brother/sister in Al Salam, will be given sibling status. It is the parent’s responsibility to notify the school if this occurs.
7) Students on the Waiting List will be contacted by phone if a place becomes available. It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to notify the school with any change of contact information.
8) The student’s name will remain on the waiting list until the next registration in 2018. If your child is not admitted for the 2017-2018 school year and you would like them to be considered for the 2018-2019 school year, you will need to submit a new online application in January 2018.
9) Please refer to our website for additional information regarding our school.
Students at Al Salam are expected to arrive at school in proper school uniform every day. Our uniform is functional and distinctive and helps students to dress neatly and to identify with the school.
English as the primary medium of instruction
We offer the Ministry of Education curriculum for both, Arabic speaking (Arabic A), and Non-Native Arabic speaking (Arabic B), from Year 1 to year 12.
French is a compulsory subject from Year 3.
Islamic Education is taught in Arabic for Arab (Muslim) students.
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We do publish results of our students (both IGCSE and AS) on our school website where we also post important notices, updates events, announcements, facilities and information about each department and our school community.
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