Additional Educational Needs
The Amman Baccalaureate School has always believed that the progress of every student and their transition through the school is our priority. Support programmes were first put in place in 1992 and today the AEN Department serves as a whole school department that has grown to cater for a wider spectrum of student needs.
• Early identification and intervention
• Equal opportunities to access the curriculum and participate fully in the life of the school
• Ensuring every child has the opportunity to reach their full potential
• Work in collaboration with teachers and parents
• Keep parents informed about their children’s needs, progress and attainment.
• Provide support to staff on strategies that meet student needs.
• Facilitate appropriate assessment access arrangements for students who are eligible
The AEN Department is committed to maintaining an open door policy to facilitate communication between all stakeholders. The department believes in developing a strong partnership with parents with the aim of catering to students’ needs holistically. Wherever practical, students are given the opportunity to participate in decisions affecting the provisions made to accommodate them and the educational choices that will affect their future as they progress through school.
- Experienced and Highly Qualified Teaching staff, with exceptional level of stability – only 3% turnover
- Generous Financial Support for Excellent and Deserving students – over 8% on Scholarships or Bursaries
- Highly Experienced and Qualified Leadership and Management Teams, with exceptional stability – no turnover
- Vision Driven and Mission Led School, with embedded acronym of “Al Tarbiyeh” throughout the school
- Highly distinguished and eminent voluntary Board of Trustees, chaired by HRH Princess Sarvath El Hassan
- Superb university placements for graduating classes in most competitive institutions world-wide eg, Ivy League, Russell Group etc
- Exceptional IB MYP and IBDP results, with averages way above world-wide and Jordanian benchmarks
- Focus on Bilingual education and importance of Arab heritage