Every child has the potential to succeed and there are no excuses not to achieve that success. We expect every Al Jazeera Academy student to graduate from our academy with the qualifications, skills and confidence to achieve their ambitions and go on to higher education or their chosen career.
We are one of three schools of the Ta’allum Group. Students in lower years (Kindergarten – Year 3) learn in a co-ed environment. From Year 4 onwards, boys and girls learn in same gender classes, in separate wings of the school, but still under one roof.
We are committed to providing the best educational experience possible for all students. We are rigorous in our recruitment process to ensure we are providing excellent teachers. We pride ourselves with excellent resources enclosed in a beautifully appointed, purpose-built facility. Our goal is to be recognized as a leading school in the region.
All students are instilled with the importance of respect and courtesy; fundamentals in enabling students to grow beyond subject areas and appreciate the differences in others so they become truly global citizens.
We welcome you to visit our school and see for yourself who we are and what we have to offer.
I am a student in AJA , and I have been here for more than 9 years . the school is meh like the building in my opinion doesn't look too nice . some teachers are nice others are not at all . they keep changing teachers and principles so we don't get used to them or feel a connection. because its part of taaulum your always compared to the other school also if you didn't take something and they did , it could still be in the exam. the school is meh , the people are okay .
A. Saeed, 01/03/2022 @ 06:58:27
Music & Arts
Does Al Jazeera observe it's primary teachers in particular? Some teachers talk in class continuously. You feel that a member of parliament is teaching the class instead! I find that weird. In modern teaching that's not good. Teacher Talk Time (TTT) should be minimized. The teacher which I mean does not give students time to communicate in class.