What to expect

In Kindergarten sections one and two, students are expected to explore the fundamentals of reading, writing, math, science, and social studies in a safe, supportive, and fun-filled environment. Children are encouraged to develop important social and emotional life skills that will carry them through their studies. Collaboration skills and intellectual and emotional growth form an important part of the learning process in the following stages.

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

At LISF, we recognize that in today’s interconnected and technology-centric world, the learning environment can be virtual, online, remote as well as the physical place of learning such as a classroom or library. Through the application of Edtech, we aim to make the access to learning anytime and anywhere possible.

Developing students’ critical thinking and social engagement with Edtech is an essential ingredient to modern pedagogy.

The Liwa Education E-Learning portal is designed to support parents, students, and teachers to make effective use of the online learning opportunities within our schools to support achievement and engagement across all our subject areas.

We encourage you to take the time to understand more about the products and applications on offer and how they can be used to support anytime, anywhere learning and engagement.

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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.

Classrooms and outdoor play

We strongly believe that students learning outside the classroom is an important active part of the learning process. It provides an essential experience which enables the students to solve real-life problems; build new hypotheses while giving them an opportunity to interact with their environment to acquire a better understanding of it. Through a variety of play resources, building gross and fine motor skills, concepts of construction, capacity, and dexterity are achieved. Role play via centers and small world activities is vital to language and literacy development, encouraging our students to become confident and use spoken language and listening skills.

Our values


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


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


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


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


We strive to exceed expectations and challenge the norm.

Pastoral Care

We acknowledge that Pastoral Care is one of the highest priorities for supporting our students. We endeavor to ensure that all of our students feel safe, happy, and engaged in the school community at all times and are able to perform to their full potential. The well-being of our students is paramount, and we have a qualified team that provides positive incentives for learning behaviors, and can deliver one-to-one counseling for students as needed in order to meet individual needs.

Our teachers

Our teaching staff is acquired from across the globe, and we trust that cultural diversity provides rich and interesting skills and experiences for our students. Our teachers are devoted, kind, caring, capable, and fair. They are dedicated professionals who go over and above to provide our students the best possible learning experiences. Moreover, our teachers are continuously developing their teaching approaches as they participate in regular training to stay abreast of international teaching standards and expectations.

Transition to elementary school

Our kindergarten program is designed to prepare our students for the elementary years. By the end of KG2, our students will be ready to read and write at or above the standard level. We encourage our students to be independent learners who can seek and apply knowledge in all areas of their learning.

Frequently Asked Questions

Children enrolling in KG1 must be 4 years old on or before August 31st. Similarly, children enrolling in KG2 must be five years old on or before August 31st.

Your child will engage in a variety of learning activities throughout the day. They will participate in circle time, reading sessions, center-based activities, play stations, and outdoor play. They also have classes in Arabic, Quran, Art, and Music.

LISF follows an inclusive education model as outlined by ADEK.

The health and safety of our students are of utmost priority at LISF. We have a school nurse on-site and a health and safety officer that ensures the school facility meets ministry standards.

We understand that sending your child to school can be an emotionally difficult task for you as a parent. However, we believe our students settle best with the routines and structures when they are dropped off at school and allowed to settle with their class teachers.

Kindergarten runs from 7:30 am until 1:15 pm.

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