The Boarding Family
A dedicated team of staff care for the boarders, fostering a mutually supportive family atmosphere. In the dormitory the team is led by the dormitory director and assisted by house parents, nurses and housekeeping.
Routine and knowing what to expect every day is an important scaffold for our young people. All houses promote daily routines including twice-daily roll calls (at study and bed time), dormitory briefings, allocated study time, and age-appropriate bed-times.
Students are encouraged to use technology to support their studies and to communicate with their families. However, the use of the school network is monitored, and age appropriate restrictions are placed on devices at certain times.
Trips and Activities
Campus facilities for physical and sporting activities are exceptional, and in addition to the whole school activity programmes, houseparents supervise activities for boarding students.
There is a scheduled programme of supervised off-campus trips, such as go karting, water park, dance, horse riding, beach, laser-tag, bowling and cultural trips, as well as outings to the cinema, restaurants, and shopping mals.
The dormitory community comes together for special events, most notably the annual Dormitory dinner, but we also celebrate Halloween, Valentines, the festive holiday season and students’ birthdays,. With parental approval, dormitory students are welcome to take weekend leave or after school trips to visit friends or family and can invite friends from the school community to visit the dormitory
Arrival and Departures
For students travelling independently, we can schedule transfers to and from Bahrain International Airport, which offers flights to many regional cities and beyond. All transfers are by school minibus. Alternatively, parents may make their own arrangements for travel to/from school.