1/65

Welcome to   
Dr Esmat Al-Said School     (معاً نرتقي)

The school believes that its ethos is reflected in the way students relate to each other and their teachers. The staff’s aims refer to spiritual, moral, cultural and social development. The school aims to encourage students from different regions and race to become compassionate, creative, analytical and critical learners who understand and accept others with all their differences. Our main emphasis is fostering positive students’ identities by promoting good morals and values. To this end, the school works hard to develop a challenging curriculum and rigorous assessment.

Registration is now open 

* Electronic Application Form is now ready for registration for the next academic year 2021-2022

*Places are limited due to COVID-19 restrictions

*To avoid any disappointment, please secure your child's place now!

IMPORTANT DATES

Assessment days for all students: 19th and 26th June 2021

End of 2020-2021 academic year and assembly: 3rd July 

Start date for the 2021-2022 academic year:

11th September 2020 

Application Form
Must be filled and returned
by September
School Fees
Our fees for next
academic term

FIND OUT MORE

Visit Us
Interested in joining?
Get in touch!
 

SCHOOL NEWS

Dr. Esmat as-Said End of Year Celebration 2019

Dr. Esmat as-Said Exhibition 2018-19

Dr. Esmat as-Said School Activity 2018

Watch our video to see what it is like to be at Dr. Esmat as-Said School.

With special thanks to Asmahan Alkarjosli for creating the video.

End of Year Celebrations

End of year celebrations for Dr Esmat as-Said School 2017/18

New Year Celebration Dinner With IAC

IMG-20180106-WA0005_resized_edited.jpg

The International Arab Women's Council has invited the Arabic School teachers to celebrate the New Years 2018

End of Year party 2016/2017

End of year party at Dr.Esmat as-Said School.
Video produced by Mrs Zainab Aljawahri (GCSE Teacher).

School Exhibition 2016/2017

School Exhibition at Dr.Esmat as-Said School.
Video produced by Mrs Zainab Aljawahri (GCSE Teacher).

A programme of activities in which children from Dr. Esmat as-Said Arabic School receive, explore, interpret, renew and transmit the cultural hertiage of the Gilgamesh epic