This program is designed to bring students exhibiting mild to moderate degrees of learning difficulties - especially those characterized as “at risk”- into the educational mainstream ( Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, Expressive & Receptive language Delays) .

Learning Support program - LSP for educable mentally retarded. Classes in the LSP are self-contained for students with developmental delays (Mild Mental Retardation, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome..) . These classes are designed to meet the needs of a specific group of students who are unable to follow a mainstream curriculum or learn at a slower pace than other children at their age. The Learning Support Program serves children from age range 3 to 14 years old and implements an academic, as well as a social/ life skills curriculum, which prepare students to positively integrate in the society and join when ready through the CCIS vocational program.

It allows LD students to re-integrate to any International Schools whenever they are ready. The Canadian Curriculum includes: English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Technology, and Physical Education. The Arabic Curriculum includes: Arabic Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Islamic Studies and Quran.

The school implements a Canadian Curriculum for International Schools by offering a full range of subjects and activities of a regular full-day school program. Students use textbooks and materials that are being used in the mainstream schools. In addition, CCIS integrates its programs by using the most advanced educational perspectives, learning tools, and educational software.

The teaching program combines highly researched intervention practices of Ontario Curriculum and the superb practices of the Montessori Method.

The Curriculum in the English Program includes : English, Language Arts, Mathematics, Social studies, Science, Math, Health, Computer Technology, Life Skills, Social- Emotional Development, Physical Education, Arts Education and IEPs.

The Curriculum in the Arabic Program includes : Arabic Language Arts, Science, Social studies, Computer Technology, Life Skills , Islamic Studies, Qur’an.

Primary assessments are done during the first two weeks of school (after an initial period of getting to know the student). These primary assessments help teachers, with the collaboration of specialists, to write down students' IEPs during the [IEP] multi-disciplinary meeting. These assessments cover academic, non-academic areas and based on an actual performance level are written for the IEPs.

Individualized Educational Plan

All programs are based on Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for each student which serves as an educational blueprint for each student's instructional program. It represents a customized program tailored to individual educational, psychological and physical needs. This plan defines the goal and objectives for the student's academic year and outlines how the individual learning challenges will be addressed.

IEP's are reviewed with the parents three times a year. In this manner, parents are kept informed of both academic and social progress of their child. It allows an opportunity for parents to receive individual advice on how best to work with the challenges they are facing at home, and how best to enhance their child's learning experiences at home and school.

IEP meetings dates

8 Ocotober 2015 1st IEP Day (No School for Students)
10 March 2016 2nd IEP Day (No School for Students)
2 June 2016 3rd IEP Day (No School for Students)

Progress Reports

Students will receive a progress report three times per year (end of first semester, end of second semester, end of year). These reports give the results of each student’s continuous assessments, and help diagnose the student’s progress. Parents are invited to meet their son’s/ daughter’s teachers to find ways to help improve their student’s performance.

The evaluation of student achievement is based on informal observation, supervision of class work and homework. Portfolios shows student’s work and any accomplishments that he/she has achieved, are kept on file, in order to help monitor his/ her progress and ability to meet the IEP goals.

Formal assessments

Include oral recitations, presentations, quizzes, periodical achievement tests to check students' academic performance, announced tests, projects, reports, and term examinations.

Finally, by the end of the year, Brigance Inventories are used as standardized Assessment Instruments that help identify the student's:

  • Areas of strength and weakness
  • Skills that have been mastered or have not been mastered
  • The instructional objectives that should be met by the student
  • Student's readiness to join back to regular schools

CCIS class sizes consist of eight to nine students, depending on the age and educational ability, learning styles, and the level of behavioral challenges of the various students. Students therefore benefit from more one-on-one attention from his / her teacher and teaching assistant. Students also develop the necessary friendships and positive peer relations, in a more close-knit and familiar learning atmosphere .

Regular School Hours

Reception / Lower Elementary Department 7:40 am – 1:20 pm
Junior Department (Learning Support Program) 7:40 am – 1:20 pm
Senior Department (Learning Difficulties Program) 7:30 am – 1:20 pm

Students are expected to arrive at school before classes begin. However students are not permitted inside the gates prior to 7:15 A.M as no supervision will be available. Please note that there will not be any student supervision after 2.15 P.M.

7:15 - 7:30
School Front Gate open – teachers on duty in the playground
7:30 - 8:15
School Back Gate open
1:15 – 2:00

Back Gate Open for Student Departure - Reception / Lower Elementary / Junior Department

2.00 – 2:15

School Front Gate open for Senior Department

7:40– 8:11
Morning Assembly – Flag Raising Ceremony
(It is extremely important for your child to attend the morning ceremony)

1st Semester Begins on September 2014 and ends on November 2014
2nd Semester Begins on December 2014 and ends on February 2015
3rd Semester Begins on March 2015 and ends on June 2015

Look at CCIS Calendar of 2015/2016

Ramadan School Hours

Reception / Lower Elementary Department 9:00 am – 1:20 pm
Junior Department (Learning Support Program) 9:00 am – 1:20 pm
Senior Department (Learning Difficulties Program) 9:00 am – 1:20 pm


Admission to the New Academic Year 2017 - 2018

Admission is going on for the Academic Year 2017 - 2018

School uses appropriate intervention programs for ages 4 to 8 for special needs children with Autism, Slow learning, Developmental delay and Mild mental retardation

Contact us:22623074/ 22625729/ 22652302 ext. 112/101


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