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Made by Dyslexia

Adnoc School, Madinat Zayed is proud to be the first school within the Aldar Education Group to have ‘earned their spots’ by achieving the Dyslexia Badge. In partnership with Microsoft, and aligned to the Made by Dyslexia mission, we have trained every teacher within our school to spot, support and empower every dyslexic child from KG through to Grade 12. In line with the Aldar Education Inclusion strategy, we aim to raise an awareness within our school community whereby colleagues, parents, students, and stakeholders understand, value and support dyslexia. By reshaping the way we teach today, we can ensure our dyslexic thinkers are ready for the workplace of tomorrow. [View++]



To commemorate the UAE’s 49th National Day, ADNOC School, Madinat Zayed, managed by Aldar Education has created a large-scale replica of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque consisting of 111 components and separate pieces bearing students’ names, created with recycled products available within the school.

The model was created as a memorable way to both celebrate the UAE National Day and serve as a reminder of how precious life is, that we must come together cohesively, especially during such unprecedented times as experienced this year. The model is a symbol for harmony and hard work within the school.

Students from grade 1 to grade 5 all helped construct the Mosque, which took 11 days to build, ensuring that social distancing was maintained at all times. The Mosque was finalised on 29 November over a span of almost five hours, placing it piece-by-piece at the school’s main entrance.

Wendy Birch, Principal at ADNOC School, Madinat Zayed, Al Dhafra, said: “The reason behind the idea was so very simple for me; living in Abu Dhabi and working in Madinat Zayed allows me to see the beauty of the Capital along with the tranquillity of the desert sands of the Western Region. Whenever I drive around to Abu Dhabi I always try to drive past the Grand Mosque, I love its beauty, it’s the sense of calm and the feeling of peace I get every time I see it. I wanted to recreate that in our school here in Madinat Zayed, so we can all have the joys of seeing this beautiful creation every day as staff and students walk into school.

“The Grand Mosque project, co-ordinated by our Art Teacher, Mr Samer Issa Ali Nusairat is a testament to the skills we teach at ADNOC School, Madinat Zayed as part of our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) programme”.

Grade 5 student at ADNOC School, Madinat Zayed, Meera Khalil Al Hammadi, said: “It felt so exciting to take my piece and build the Mosque. We only used recycled materials to build it, which was great for sustainability. The Mosque is a replica of the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi and it is amazing. Seeing this being constructed provided me with inner peace.”

Grade 4 student at ADNOC School, Madinat Zayed, Khalfan Saleh Al Mazrouei, also commented; “I was so happy to see the final result. We have a Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Madinat Zayed at ADNOC School. I want to be an architect when I grow up and maybe I could build a Mosque like this in the future. This was teamwork at its best, we all worked together. It was amazing that we got it finished in time for our 49th National Day, seeing this Mosque makes my heart happy.”

The Mosque will reside outside of the school during the National Day celebrations until it is moved to its permanent home of the reception area, encased in Perspex. [View++]


VOFG Award in 2020

Our student Hazza Al Ameri has won the VOFG Award in 2020. Hazza Al-Ameri is an enthusiastic student from ADNOC School Sas Al Nakhl Campus. His favorite subject is Social Studies because he likes understanding today and the future based on historical events and he aspires to be an archeologist. His dream is to see more empathy towards the environment because he believes this leads towards changes. Hazza is 11 years old and his teacher was Mr. Johannes Hugo in Grade 5. [View++]




• A record 95 per cent of Class of 2020 to continue their education at university
• 40 students will head overseas to study, with 210 students remaining in the UAE
• The three schools celebrate highest final grades to date thanks to Aldar Education and ADNOC Schools’ innovative approach to distance learning
• Year 12 students of Sas Al Nakhl, Al Ruwais and Madinat Zayed campuses honoured in virtual graduation ceremonies

Abu Dhabi, 18 June 2020: ADNOC Schools, operated in partnership with Aldar Education, have celebrated ground-breaking achievements by its graduating Class of 2020.
Thanks to Aldar Education’s innovative approach to distance learning, the students’ final three months of the academic year have also proven very successful. The leading education provider revealed that a record number of the 249 Year 12 students will be going on to higher education at university – a total of 95 per cent.
In separate virtual ceremonies, Mr Ghannam Al Mazrouei, Chairman of ADNOC Schools Board of Trustees for all campuses, congratulated the Class of 2020 in a personal video message to all graduates.
The graduates, their families and school teachers, also heard from Sahar Cooper, CEO of Aldar Education, who praised them for their outstanding results, efforts and determination during the course of their studies. Aldar Education has supported the three campuses in Abu Dhabi by providing first-class academic curricula and assistance as part of its collaboration with ADNOC Schools.
The day of celebration also saw the principals of Sas Al Nakhl (Dr. Kate Sutton Jones), Madinat Zayed (Wendy Birch) and Al Ruwais (Wendy Brock) deliver inspiring messages to their respective students. In total, 170 graduated from Sas Al Nakhl, 23 from Al Ruwais and 56 from Madinat Zayed.
During their time at ADNOC Schools, the out-going graduates, who are both Emirati and resident expat students, have been well prepared to reach their highest potential in the future. As part of ADNOC Schools’ mission to deliver world-class STEM-focused education, all students at ADNOC Schools benefit from academic and extra-curricular activities as well as different partnerships such as the Kumon Learning Programme, Lego Innovation, and Yas in Schools. The Class of 2020 will now embark on the next stage of their life with 95 per cent of students set to continue their education at university. A total of 80 per cent will attend an institution based in the UAE with the remaining graduates studying around the world, including at major institutions such as the University of Sheffield in the UK, Brown University and The University of Arizona in the United States, Dublin College, Ireland as well as the University of Tokyo, Japan.

Mr. Ghannam Al Mazrouei, Chairman of ADNOC Schools Board of Trustees, said: “We are very proud of our ADNOC Schools’ achievements. Most of our 2020 graduates will go on to study a wide range of STEM programmes at leading universities in more than 17 countries, adding value to the UAE’s future development and enriching our national talent pool. “In addition to our outstanding academic programmes, we foster an atmosphere where the students can develop leadership and interpersonal skills through an array of extra-curricular activities including entry into competitions, events and awards, as well as special contributions via volunteering and CSR initiatives.

“Today, we are reaping the fruits of our determination to produce well-rounded graduates and I am sure our students and parents are incredibly appreciative of our continuing efforts and focus on student wellbeing and achievement.”

Sahar Cooper, CEO of Aldar Education, said: “Graduating is a significant milestone that students will remember for the rest of their lives and I couldn’t be prouder of all of them. We are especially delighted to see record numbers of students looking to pursue higher education opportunities at home and overseas.
In our partnership, Aldar Education and ADNOC Schools share the same goal of delivering the best possible education opportunities and empowering the next generation. The graduates of the Class of 2020 are an example of what can be achieved through hard work and commitment, and they can now follow in the footsteps of previous alumni who have gone on to have a bright future.”



Creative Design Robot Award

Two teams from ADNOC Schools led by Mrs. Manal Al Sodi and Mrs. Riham Al Qasim have participated in the Unified Robotics Special Olympics competition that is conducted for the first time outside US and we won the Creative Design Robot award. [View++]


Condolence Message

ADNOC Schools’ Management mourned the death of H.H. Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President's Representative, who passed away Monday November 18, 2019. ADNOC Schools’ Management extended heartfelt sympathy to President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and prayed to Allah the Almighty to rest his soul in peace, and grant Al Nahyan's Family all patience and solace. [View++]


Regional Manager of LEGO Education, Visit ADNOC Schools Sas Al Nakhl Campus

Aldar Education were honoured to have the Regional Manager of LEGO Education (Middle East, Africa & Ukraine), Mr Josh Graham, visit our ADNOC Sas Al Nakhl campus on 12th September. Mr Graham was invited into one of our LEGO Education Innovation Studios where a class of Grade 3 students were creating projects focussed on the theme of natural disasters. He was amazed by the awesome projects being created by our talented students! [View++]


ADNOC Schools celebrate the graduation of class of 2019

This month, ADNOC Schools celebrated the graduation of the class of 2019 across its Sas Al Nakhl, Al Ruwais, and Madinat Zayed campuses, marking the significant transition in the lives of the students, as they continue their onward academic and personal journey.
Driven by an experienced leadership team, led by Aldar Academies, the campuses displayed impressive academic performances, reinforcing ADNOC Schools’ mission to deliver a world-class, STEM-focused education. Over the past year, ADNOC introduced a range of exceptional educational programs including LEGO Education and the Kumon Learning Programme, which helped enhance the teaching and learning outcomes. This marked another milestone in ADNOC Schools’ continued progress, and underlined the vision for the future of the UAE’s knowledge economy.

Sas Al Nakhl

On June 16, 2019, the Sas Al Nakhl campus hosted the 10th graduation ceremony for their class of 2019 at the National Theatre Abu Dhabi, marking the significant moment of transition in the lives of the 145 grade 12 graduates. A big day for Principal Dr. Kate Sutton Jones, the ceremony was led by Ghannam Al Mazrouei Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Sahar Copeer CEO Aldar Education, highlighting the academic accomplishments of all students, as well as teachers, supervisors and staff members, who paved the way for the success of all graduates. We’d like to extend a heartfelt congratulations to Alreem Abdulla Abdulrahman Al-Ali and Abdulla Khalifa Youssef Mohamed Ali AlMarzooqi for their well-deserved recognition in their pursuit for excellence in their academic journey. Driven by the success of ADNOC Schools’ STEAM-focused education, the outgoing cohort of graduates displayed incredible potential to contribute to the fast-paced globalised society of tomorrow, as well-rounded future leaders.

Al Ruwais

On June 19, 2019, class of 2019 at Ruwais campus marked an exciting new chapter in their young lives with the graduation ceremony. With a bright future ahead, we say huge congratulations to valedictorians Mohammad Shafeh Ulhaq and Diane Quitain for their remarkable final year performance, reflecting the school’s uncompromising standards of educational practices. While we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating cohort, it is important to note that this success is shared by the incredible teachers, staff and supervisors who worked tirelessly to help bring this day to fruition. We’d like to thank Acting Principal Karen Dana, whose dedication to creating an experiential education has been awe-inspiring, and whose guidance has helped shape the school’s highly relevant, world-class framework for education.

Madinat Zayed

On 20 June 2019, we hosted Madinat Zayed’s first ever graduation ceremony. On the grand occasion, the school’s auditorium was adorned with white roses as the 47 graduates donned in blue and gold gowns proudly, proudly marched to the tune of ‘pomp and circumstance’. The journey that led to the 2019 graduation ceremony was paved by Madinat Zayed Campus’s on-going efforts to ensure our graduates continue their educational journey at a leading higher educational institute. We’d like to congratulate May Sultan Al Mansoori, who was named Valedictorian for Class of 2019, and Sultan Salem Mohamed Al Mazrouei who received an ‘Outstanding Achievement Award’ for their incredible academic achievements.

We’d like to thank the incredible teachers, staff and supervisors who worked tirelessly to help our graduates hone their talents, display higher academic achievements and reach personal goals. On behalf of everyone at ADNOC Schools, we thank you for being such wonderful ambassadors for our community.

Congratulations! [View++]


ADNOC Schools’ inaugural Careers and University Fair guides students towards a transformative future

• Over 17 leading UAE universities joined representatives from the Military Academy to help students explore their academic and career opportunities
• RAK Bank also attended to help students prepare for their financial futures
• The event supports the UAE leadership’s progress in strengthening its knowledge-based economy through an educated and empowered youth
Abu Dhabi, UAE – January 22 2019: ADNOC Schools today hosted its inaugural Careers and University Fair at the Madinat Zayed campus to help guide Grade 10, 11 and 12 students towards a future as the UAE’s next leaders of industry.

The event saw 17 leading UAE universities join members of the UAE’s Military Academy to provide students with personal guidance on their higher education and career options, helping them choose a path that aligns to their skills and passion.

University representatives also gave students and their parents practical advice on applying for their preferred institution and program, alongside a comprehensive view of the breadth of study options available in the UAE. Institutions including New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD), Al Ain University of Science and Technology, UAE University, and Gulf Medical University shared their insight with approximately 150 ADNOC Schools students and their families. RAK Bank also attended to assist ADNOC schools’ 2019 graduates in setting up student bank accounts before they embark on the next stages of their educational journey.

“Having the nation’s leading educational institutes gather under one roof to share such valuable insight is an unmissable opportunity for our students and parents,” said Wendy Birch, Principal of ADNOC Schools Madinat Zayed campus. “I’m proud to see such curiosity and enthusiasm from all our students as they look to broaden their horizons, challenge themselves, and ultimately help build a prosperous future for their country,” she added.

The leading school network, which operates four campuses across Abu Dhabi and the Western Region, provides students with a STEM-focused education that will ultimately enable them to make a transformative contribution to the UAE’s knowledge economy.

“Today’s event is one of many ways ADNOC Schools has helped us prepare for our next step, and the community has always been a supportive influence,” commented Sara Mohamed Al Mansoori, a Grade 12 student at ADNOC Schools Madinat Zayed campus who hopes to study Chemical Engineering at Khalifa University. “We see the school councilors more as mentors – they’re always available to talk about our ambitions and help us set SMART goals to achieve them,” she added.

“The fair has been a valuable opportunity to really understand just how many opportunities I have for higher education in the UAE, and where that will lead me,” commented Nahyan Hamdan Al Mansouri, a Grade 12 student who plans to study Computer Engineering at NYUAD. “We’re a small town here, but the school has helped us all to think big and feel confident going after whatever we’re passionate about,” he added. [View++]
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