ABHSS Vision, Mission and Philosophy

Last Thursday 30 September, 2010 was the last day of the induction week of our school. On that day, Mr. Jameel Al-Shammari, the operator and Principal of the school gave a presentation which was concise and precise. It dealt with the school vision, mission and philosophy. The following is a summary of the points tackled during the presentation.

School Vision

To graduate students who stand out by their unique scientific and social skills in a learning environment characterized by dedication to the national and social sense. This educational environment should be equipped with modern technology and open to others, preserving the teachings of Islam and respecting the customs and traditions of others.

School Mission

  • Adopting an educational approach characterized by modernity and achieving the national standards
  • Developing students’ creativity
  • Ensuring that the students take pride in their country by preserving it
  • Instill the teachings of Islamic and the preservation of customs and traditions
  • Respecting the views and beliefs of others, being open to other cultures and most importantly engaging the community

School Philosophy

  • Graduate a distinguished generation of students who are scientifically capable of coping with the various types of development and characterized by dedication to the national and social sense and preserving the country’s environment and heritage.
  • Parental involvement in school programs through various follow up-on students and school activities.
  • Working to connect the school with the community in innovative ways to contribute to the different programs and projects of the school.
  • The educational process is the primary focus in the school and everything else is supportive to this idea.

Finally, Mr. Jameel handed certificates over to the Academic Vice Principal and other teachers who successfully completed different SEC training programs on various topics related to the teaching process: Evolving Leaders, Aspiring Leaders, Curriculum Standards, Professional Standards and Research Projects.

All staff appreciated the efforts exerted from the trainers during the induction week.

You can download Mr.Jameel’s presentation here.

School Policies and Ahmed Bin Hanbal Way

Last Wednesday, 29 September 2010 was day 4 of the induction week. Mr Rashid Al-Naimi gave a presentation about school management system and ended up by giving a brief idea about “Ahmed Bin Hanbal Way“.


He started by highlighting the importance of “perfection” and advised staff to do their best to perfect their work. He informed the staff about the school academic calender showing the various dates for examinations and holidays wishing them all a successful year.



After that he started talking about school management systems; checking attendance, students’ behaviour, staff duties during the school day and emergency regulations. School management systems ensure enhancing positive behaviour, values and principles. School students should follow the school rules and good behaviour practices as students are considered the ambassadors and representatives of the school in the community.  It was also important clarifying the consequences of students’ poor behaviour and mentioning that we should try to gradually combat bad behaviour.


Mr. Rashid emphasized the importance of the relationship between parents and the school through the administrative staff and the social workers.
It was also good mentioning the undesirable practices that are prohibited in the school; physical punishment of students, private lessons, smoking, etc.

Staff were advised to:

  • be punctual and come to school before seven a.m.
  • welcome students on their arrival to school and encourage them to work hard.
  • cooperate with colleagues and school administration.
  • encourage students to sing the National Anthem enthusiastically.
  • be well prepared and to cooperate with the subject coordinators.
  • involve all students in class and non-class activities.
  • vary activities for differentiation.
  • get all visual aids and handouts ready a week in advance.
  • prepare a “Do-Now Activity” for the start of the lesson.
  • inform students of lesson objectives.
  • use the three strikes technique when necessary.
  • leave the class clean and tidy for the next teacher.


All teachers participated effectively and enthusiastically.

You can download Mr. Rashid’s presentation here .