What to expect

In the middle school years, we provide a dynamic, engaging learning environment where each lesson is steeped in collaboration and critical problem-solving. Tailored assessments ensure that we address every student’s unique learning style, cognitive strengths, and areas that may need more attention. At LISQ, we meticulously design our curriculum and experiences to ensure students are thoroughly equipped and confidently poised for a seamless transition into high school.

“Through the application of Onelogin, we aim to make the access to learning anytime and anywhere possible.”

LISQ’s commitment is clear: to mold students who are not only proficient in core subjects but are also adept with the skills the 21st century demands. Central to our educational ethos is a focus on the Emirati national identity, the core competencies of Liwa Education, and fostering innovative skills and practices. We believe in addressing each student’s unique needs, delivering insightful feedback, and maintaining the gold standard in teaching practices.

Integration of technology, in our view, is more than just a tool. It’s an avenue to sharpen critical thinking and promote social interaction — two key elements of modern education. The Liwa Education E-Learning platforms stands as a testament to our commitment to digital learning, assisting parents, students, and educators in harnessing the best online resources to bolster academic achievement.

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Beyond the classrooms

Beyond the standard curriculum, LISQ offers a diverse range of after-school activities tailored for the elementary age group. These programs are designed to cultivate passions, develop skills, and foster a love for learning outside the traditional classroom setting. Central to our educational ethos is a focus on the Emirati national identity, the core competencies of Liwa Education, and fostering innovative skills and practices. We believe in addressing each student’s unique needs, delivering insightful feedback, and maintaining the gold standard in teaching practices.

As we pave the way for our students’ academic journeys, we ensure they are grounded in core values, have opportunities to explore varied interests, and are prepared to transition seamlessly into the next phase of their educational careers at LISQ.

Our values

Respect

We respect each other’s values, differences, and contributions while embracing and preserving our local values and traditions.

Integrity

We act with integrity and honesty with a strong sense of fairness, respect, and dignity.

Innovation

We encourage curiosity and new ideas and constantly strive to exceed expectations.

Commitment

We pursue our learning with energy, determination and the commitment to succeed.

Achievement

We work with a sense of purpose, persistence and accomplishment to achieve our goals.

Wellbeing and pastoral care

To be successful learners students must feel safe and secure. Therefore, the safety and well-being of students as a key priority is paramount. As well as providing pastoral and educational growth, we provide a full-time nurse to afford outstanding care to our students throughout the day and a student support team consisting of the Social Worker and section supervisor who monitor the wellbeing of our students and follow up on any concerns. The Vice Principal has an open-door policy where students, staff, parents, prospective students, and parents are welcome at any time.

Activities and clubs

Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are an integral part of the total education program. Only through a wide range of extra-curricular activities are our students given a real love of learning and self-development. Clubs and activities are offered to learners after school with several events honoring national identity and culture taking place during school hours. LISQ makes a genuine effort to offer clubs that appeal to all learners. Students also have opportunities to participate in field trips, virtual activities, and regional competitions in our wider community. LISQ promotes a lifelong attitude to healthy living and we take a holistic approach to healthy living by providing a wide range of extracurricular activities and clubs for our students to engage in both their interests and talents. Students have the opportunity to participate in a plethora of extracurricular activities such as STEM, Sports, Quran recitation, Chess, Football, creative arts, and much more.

Our teachers

Our teachers are from across the globe, bringing cultural diversity to our school. Additionally, they embody and nurture a lifelong love of learning with our students through student-centered and individualized learning programs that are equally supportive yet challenging. They are highly experienced, qualified, and innovative practitioners who are solution orientated and dream big.

International Assessments

MAP® Growth™

MAP® Growth™ measures what students know and informs what they’re ready to learn next. By dynamically adjusting to each student’s responses, MAP Growth creates a personalized assessment experience that accurately measures performance. Timely, easy-to-use reports help teachers teach, students learn, and administrators lead.Every question on a MAP Growth assessment is calibrated to RIT scale. Because the equal-interval scale is continuous across grades, educators can trust it to track longitudinal growth over a student’s entire career. Putting assessment into action means using MAP Growth data to pinpoint the instructional areas where students are ready to tackle—whether they are on, above, or below grade level. It reveals how much growth has occurred between testing events and, when combined with our norms, shows projected proficiency. Educators can track growth through the school year and over multiple years.

Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT4) is a diagnostic assessment designed to help students and their teachers understand how they learn and what their academic potential might be. It assesses how students think in areas known to make a difference in learning. CAT4 is available at seven different levels of difficulty. Schools use a child’s performance in a CAT4 to judge progress over the academic year and to make decisions regarding setting and streaming according to ability. It is a way for a school to understand a student’s strengths and weaknesses and to personalize learning and adapt teaching.

Situated in the historic Al Qattara region in Al Ain.

Liwa International School – Al Qattara

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