Optimism as Ta’allum Prepares for WASC

Optimism as Ta’allum Prepares for WASC

 Ta’allum Academies are facing their WASC accreditation visits The Visit by senior Evaluators from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges is the culmination of 3 years of preparation in the Academies following an initial visit in May 2016. Each Academy has prepared a very detailed submission in the form of Self Study Reports leading to a focused Action Plan. The focus is firmly on Learning. These documents have required the Academies to conduct a thorough, honest and accurate Self Evaluation leading to recommendations for the next level of improvement.

The team visit Al Jazeera Academy during the week commencing 24th February with subsequent visits to Al Maha Academy for Girls from March 3rd and Al Maha Boys on March 10th

The WASC organisation has played a key advisory role working with the MoE to develop a Memorandum of Understanding to support school improvement.

We await the outcomes for what would be a prestigious achievement

Director of Education Dr Mohammed Saefan said ‘we are committed to a cycle of continuous improvement in our Academies, monitoring and reviewing our standards then taking the actions necessary to secure improvement.

CEO Mr Ahmed Al Mannai ‘As Ta’allum expands with new Academies, we constantly seek to develop the next level of quality. Ta’allum’s unique blend of modern, global education alongside respect for Arabic heritage and culture, is increasingly appreciated by our parent group. As a direct result of oversubscription Ta’allum will soon expand to a 4th Academy with ‘state of the art’ buildings currently under construction. Partnership and collaborative work are growing across the organisation and key to our success at every level.




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