News and Events
FS After School Supervision
Welcome Back to Academic Year 2015/2016
Primary Information Meetings for Years 1-6
International Literacy Day- book donations
Eid Clothing Project - Kiswat Al Eid - New
The Arabic Reading Challenge (ARC) launch
FS After School Supervision
We are aware through recent parent school communication that working parents, or those whose family home is not within a short driving distance,are finding it inconvenient to collect FS children at 1pm and then return to collect primary/secondary children on time. Therefore, the school will be offering afternoon school supervision for FS1 and FS2 students, for parents facing these issues, from 1:00pm to 2:45pm, Sunday to Thursday commencing on Sunday 4th October.
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I do hope you enjoyed a restful and safe break with your families. My staff and I look forward to welcoming you all back to the new Academic Year 2015/2016. To ensure the first day back runs as smoothly as possible, please note the important information below:
• FS1 will be having a staggered start from Wednesday 9/9/2015 – date and timings to be confirmed by your child’s class teacher by telephone. You should have received a phone call by end of day Sunday.
• FS2 will also be having a staggered start - first group starts Sunday 6/9/2015, second group Monday 7/9/2015 and third group Tuesday 8/9/2015 to be confirmed by your child’s class teacher by telephone. Some parents will receive a phone call on Sunday.
• Years 1 to 12 7:30am to 2:45pm
Student Drop-Off & Pick-up/Parent Parking:
Please ensure your child is dropped off at the correct gate:
• FS/Primary Years 1, 2 & 3 - Primary Main Gate A
• Primary Years 4, 5 & 6 only - Primary Gate B (accessible through secondary parking area)
• Secondary Girls (Years 7 to 12) - Secondary Girls Gate
• Secondary Boys (Years 7 to 12) - Secondary Boys Gate
Please note – the Main Gate will be locked from 7:00am and we would appreciate your support in dropping your child at the allocated gate (as listed above)
Registration Department will be closed all day Sunday 6/9/2015 but will reopen as usual from Monday 7/9/2015. However, the Registration Department will be open for ‘last minute’ re-registrations, where places are available with year groups, on Saturday 5/9/2015 from 9am to 3pm.
Student Cash/ID Cards:
Please ensure that your child brings his/her cash/ID card on the first day of school. If the card has been lost, your child will be informed by the teacher when they may visit the IT department to have the card replaced.
New ‘cash machines’ have been installed in the Secondary Boys and Girls Cafeterias with an additional machine in the main reception area for parents only wishing to top-up their child’s card.
Last day to purchase school uniform will be on Saturday 5/9/2015 from 9am to 3pm in the Secondary Girls Cafeteria. Parents may access the venue through the Secondary Girls Gate.
Bus will be available for Years 1 to 12 from Sunday 6/9/2015, if you have confirmed your registration for this service. Please be aware that Bus Assistants will be calling from today until end of day Saturday 5/9/2015 to give you your child’s pick up time for Sunday morning.
FS1 & FS2 bus service will commence on Sunday 13/9/2015 and parents will be informed of their child’s pick up and drop off timings next week.
Student Cafeterias/Lunch Service:
Cafeteria Service will be available for Years 4 to 12. Please note, as per school rules no cash will be accepted and student cash cards should be used at all times. Students in FS1/FS2, Year 1 to 3 who have registered for the ‘trolley service’ will be provided with lunch from Sunday 13/9/2015. These students will need to bring a packed lunch from home for the week beginning Sunday 6/9/2015 to Thursday 10/9/2015.
Please visit the school’s website www.srsdubai.ae for further information or call the main reception on 04 6011011 for further assistance.
Primary Information Meetings Years 1 - 6
We welcomed over 250 parents on Monday in three separate meetings to introduce the new academic year.
It was wonderful to see so many eager and supportive parents and we really enjoyed sharing our past successes and objectives for the months ahead.
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International Literacy Day
Thank you far all of your efforts last week during The International Literacy Day!!
The co-ordinator team arranged the collection of all book donations from classrooms.
They will also collect in the WINNING entry per class for the whole school competition 'A world with no Literacy...'
Prizes and certificates will be arranged for these children and presented in your next year group assembly :)
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SRS IT Vision
To keep ahead of International Educational Standards the time has come for SRS to develop a 1:1 tablet curriculum that allows every child in school using a ltablet to access learning resources through the school network and from the World Wide Web.
SRS IT SCOPE
The school has worked hard to secure the best product in
the market; the BESPOKE SAMSUNG. This device operates
both as a tablet and as a notebook; it has traditional
keyboard and mouse inputs, as well as touch screen. This
makes it ideal for a range of applications throughout the
school phases and makes it exceptional value for money
at only 6500AED.
Click here to download the Tablet Flyer.
Click here for further information regarding Tablet Payment
Click here to download the SRS Sumsung Tablet Agreement.
Eid Clothing Project - Kiswat Al Eid
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On the occasion of ‘Eid Al Adha’, the school has worked side by side with Beit Al Khair Society in implementing the Eid Clothing project (Kiswat Al Eid).
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The Arab Reading Challenge
اقرأ - تحدي القراءة العربي
How to participate in the Arab Reading Challenge
كيف تشارك بمسابقة تحدي القراءة العربي
Media coverage by MBC for the ARC
التغطية الإعلامية لانطلاقة مشروع تحدي القراءة العربي
An initiative to encourage students in the UAE and Arab world to read was launched by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Wednesday.
The Arab Reading Challenge (ARC) aims for a million students in the Arab world to read 50 million books. The challenge aims to encourage sustainable and regular reading among students, which will be achieved through an integrated system for supervising students throughout the academic year.
طلق صاحب السمو الشيخ محمد بن راشد آل مكتوم، نائب رئيس الدولة رئيس مجلس الوزراء حاكم دبي، رعاه الله، «تحدي القراءة العربي» كأكبر مشروع عربي لتشجيع القراءة لدى الطلاب في العالم العربي عبر التزام أكثر من مليون طالب بقراءة 50 مليون كتاب خلال عامهم الدراسي، وحضر إطلاق المشروع سمو الشيخ حمدان بن محمد بن راشد آل مكتوم ولي عهد دبي رئيس المجلس التنفيذي، وسمو الشيخ مكتوم بن محمد بن راشد آل مكتوم، نائب حاكم دبي.
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