Code of Student Conduct
All students have rights and responsibilities. Students have the right to receive a quality education free from disruptions of all kinds. Students have the responsibility to follow all school rules, respect school property and show consideration and courtesy for fellow students and staff members.
Modern Knowledge Schools expect students to attend classes regularly. In cases of illness or family emergencies, parents or guardian must notify the Kindergarten school by 8:00am. If an extended absence cannot be avoided, the Principal must be informed in writing.
Students arriving late must report to the KG office to ensure their attendance is recorded before entering the classroom. Late Pick Ups Our school hours are from 7:30 am to 1:00pm. Students may stay until 1:30pm. Late collections must be approved in advance.
Kindergarten School Day
The Kindergarten uses a schedule of Seven (7) 30-
It is important that young child have an opportunity to eat a healthy breakfast before school. All Kindergarten students need to bring in a healthy snack. We would prefer you not to bring in sweets, fizzy drinks, cakes, doughnuts or cookies.
For the social and emotional well being of your child, students are placed within our class levels based on our placement guidelines.
Nursery Class age 3 years old by September 1st
K1 Class age 4 years old by September 1st
K2 Class age 5 years old by September 1st
A Placement Test is given to all students before entering a class level.
The Kindergarten Grading System
The Report of Academic Achievement is a summary of the progress of the child’s developmental growth physically, socially and academically.
The Report of Academic Achievement is tracked quarterly to ensure the child is succeeding in all subjects.
The scale for this level is:
N = Not Yet Evident
P = Progressing/Developing
A = Achieved N/A Not addressed.
Homework is compulsory for all students and can come in many forms. Aims of Homework:
• To consolidate work done in class
• To establish good work habits and a proper attitude to study
• To keep parents informed of the type of work being done in school
MKS provides a complete list of required text books for each Kindergarten class level. The books may be purchased from our bookstore.
MKS Kindergarten Office will provide a complete list of required school supplies
MKS MS requires all students to dress daily in our designated school Uniform. Kindergarten students wear plain white shirts with light grey pants by boys and a dark green jumper for girls. For their safety, students should always wear proper shoes with socks or tights. For physical education classes, Kindergarten students wear a white t-
Field trips provide young learners with opportunities to experience their curriculum outside the school environment. Students can only attend a field trip if the consent form has been signed by a parent and returned before the event. Cost of each field trip varies due to the activities being provided.
We hold our birthday parties on the last Thursday of each month for students who have a birthday in that month. Parents are encouraged to the birthday party meetings and help with the planning of their child’s event.
Occasionally we will be holding Special Events in the school to help enhance the learning of our Kindergarten students. Some of these events include helping the community. We believe by helping others, we are promoting good morals and values in our students. We hope you will help your child take part in all of these events.
We encourage constant communication between the home and the school. There will be parent-
Kindergarten School Tel: 17811591
Hotline Numbers: 39629998
(Educational Needs) 39625554
Address: Modern Knowledge Schools
P.O. Box 15826 Bldg. 515 Road 4209 Juffair, Manama Kingdom of Bahrain
School Web Site: www.mks.edu.bh