Islamic Development : : Includes Islamic values and teachings. We promote Islamic teachings by planning motivating activities, considering the needs and interests of all children.
Gymnastics : Includes practicing sports in groups or individually, as well as the exercises for strengthening the musculoskeletal system.
Music : This course is all about developing listening and musical skills, and practicing repeating rhythmic melodies.
Visual Arts : Encourages students to reveal their creativity and to develop thin motor muscles by using skills such as drawing, painting, cutting, and gluing.
Swimming : Helps students acquire basic swimming skills. It is only applied in summer school.
08:00 - 09:00 >> Arriving At School
09:00 - 09:30 >> Breakfast
09:30 - 12:30 >> Activity Time
12:30 - 13:00 >> Lunch
13:00 - 15:00 >> Activity Time
15:00 - 15:30 >> Snack Time
15:30 - 16:00 >> Activity Time
16:00 - 17:30 >> Leaving From School
Parent Meetings : At the beginning of each academic year, our teachers hold a meeting, attended by all parents, to provide information about the general functioning of the school, the yearly curriculum, and the expectations of the school. In addition, we organize an individual parent meeting once each semester and inform the families about the student’s development. It’s important that parents attend these meetings which are held face-to-face or online.
Whatsapp Groups : Our teachers do not use message groups specific to classes (WhatsApp, Telegram, Beep, etc.) in communication with parents. If the teacher finds it necessary, he/she may choose to send the student's activity photos directly to the parent's number via messages or messaging platforms.
Monthly Meetings : The classroom teacher makes a phone call with the parent once a month to provide information about the student's development. In this meeting, the student gives information about his/her strong areas, areas that he/she needs to develop, and other planned activities. If there are concernings that the parents want to discuss with the school administration, they can communicate it through the classroom teacher.
Teacher Appointments : Each teacher has weekly meeting hours set according to the curriculum. The designated interview hours of our teachers are shared with our parents at the beginning of the academic year. When parents want to meet with our teachers, they can make an appointment in accordance with the teacher’s meeting hours reported to them.
The Student Development Report, which contains the evaluated achievements of our students during the semester, and indicates their strengths and areas that need to be developed, is shared with the parents at the end of each semester.
From the beginning of the academic year, some of the work performed by our students is put into portfolio files at their request and shared with the family on the portfolio presentation day, which will be held at the end of the year.
Our teachers regularly inform the parents every month about this data.
Our Psychological Counseling Department is here to support fine motor, language and basic motor skills of our precious children by observing their cognitive, personal (social) and emotional development with reliable scientific testing materials.
At the same time, it provides issue guidance that parents need for healthy communication, providing the students with the ability to get to know themselves, express their feelings, and solve problems. This is always done by the principle of confidentiality and the rules of professional ethics.
This process includes observation, student interviews, teacher interviews, some tests and inventory administration, and parent interviews.
During the year, our school organizes educational programs and seminars with our school psychologist to provide the help and support to the parents about different challenges and issues. The event dates are announced two weeks in advance.
Our meals, consisting of a morning breakfast, lunch and afternoon meal, are prepared in the school kitchen of our school and served to our students in the school cafeteria.
We care about our students' healthy and balanced diet, so we work with a specialized dietitian who creates our menus.
We make sure that the products we use are healthy, nutritious and halal; without sugar, processed foods, white flour, or margarine.
We also expect from you as a parent not to send food and drinks containing additives such as cake, candy, chocolate, and acidic drinks to the school.
Cleaning and school hygiene are some of the most important priorities for us.
We keep the health of our children ahead of everything else and take all necessary hygiene measures.
Except in mandatory cases;
- Our toilets are cleaned 3 times a day using appropriate disinfectants,
- Class cleaning is carried out every morning and every evening,
- Door handles, handrails, light on-off buttons, etc., and all contact areas are disinfected 2 times a day, general cleaning is carried out every morning and every evening,
- The whole school is disinfected with a steam machine 2 times a week,
- Periodic checks and maintenance of the pool in the garden are carried out regularly.
Each trip organized by our school is a targeted learning application.
We plan our trips taking into account the contribution it will make to the student's learning and experience.
Taking into account the emotional state of students whose parents cannot come on the trip, we do not support parents’ requests to participate in school trips.
Our students are taken on trips collectively.
We will bring them back to school when the trip's over.
The student cannot be dropped off to his home or to the house of a relative after a trip.
The student’s drop off point is always the school.
The students who come to our school by bus are picked up and dropped off from the service officer by their teachers at the time of entry and exit.
Our students who come to school with their parents are again dropped off to their parents upon leaving.
In cases where parents cannot come to pick up their children, they must inform the institution about who will pick up the child and provide written identification. Otherwise, our students will not be handed over to anyone other than their parents.
If the parents are divorced, the parent who has the legal custody is considered the guardian of the student. A parent who decides who will pick up the child from school, is the one who has legally taken custody of the child.
We apply first aid for minor injuries that do not affect the flow of the student's lesson, and inform the parents.
In cases where urgent intervention is required, we take the child to the nearest medical facility and we call the parents or relatives in the order specified in the ‘Emergency Application’ form filled out by the parents and take the student back to the family.
If our student has medications that he or she uses regularly, we will ask the parents for a sample of the prescription.
The drugs will be given to the child only in the prescribed manner and hours, as we do not give any drug that is not prescribed to our student.
Be sure to report all allergic sensitivities and problems such as child's medication, food sensitivity, etc. to the school officials and teachers.
Our school will not be responsible for problems caused by allergic sensitivities that are not included in the form about the children's health that the parents must fill out.
Be sure to inform us of all your child's illnesses and health complications.
Any information that you give about this is vital for what to do in an emergency, such as fainting or an attack.
All the information about our students is stored in our school records and not shared with third parties like other students, parents, etc.
We act in accordance with the rules of legal custody in informing about the progress of our students and school updates, and we communicate with the legal guardian of our student in the Ministry of Education.
The person who will pick up the child from school is either the parent who has a legal custody, or a person who is authorized by the legal guardian. Even if the child has a mother or father, the parent who does not have legal custody cannot pick up the child.
We do not accept responsibility for legal matters; being a legal party in the event of any dispute of the mother or the father, testifying in court, etc.
Rainy weather never stops us from exploring.
When it rains, we put on our raincoats, waterproof pants and boots, explore our schoolyard and try to answer this question:
“What changes occur in nature in different weather conditions?”
In sunny weather, we carry out many of our classroom activities to our garden.
We spend more time outdoors, have fun and learn at the same time.
The fresh air helps in opening our children’s minds, refreshes their hearts, and makes it easier for them to learn.
Exploring and observing nature and other living creatures lead children to seek answers to brand new questions.
We care about the privacy of our students and approach this issue with sensitivity, for their personality development.
Therefore, we expect our children to have toilet training at home.
Our students are sometimes too occupied with an activity or too excited, so they can wet themselves.
We will change the child and make sure that he/she doesn’t feel guilty for the accident.
We ask the parent to have the student's clean spare clothes in our school.