A great place to grow!

Every child deserves the best possible start in life and the support that enables them to fulfil their potential. We at A.N.P.S. Strive to fulfil that.

There are many reasons why A.N.P.S. Stands out from the crowd. The main one being our community of staff, parents, and students are one family we are very fortunate to have exceptional people make up our A.N.P.S.Community.

A.N.P.S focus is placed on ensuring students are engaged in innovative strategies of learning that develop from students’ interests and guide them to become responsible global citizens. The KG department works hard to ensure that students feel safe and comfortable. The first few weeks of school are critical as students settle into their new learning environments and develop new routines. Punctuality and regular attendance are crucial in ensuring students continue to progress in leaps and bounds as they set the tone for a successful year. 

Our teachers place students at the forefront and target teaching catering to students’ individual needs. Communication is of prime importance and parent-teacher collaboration is essential for the progress students make. As a ‘big school’ we have successfully been able to implement ‘smaller communities of learning’ that place strong emphasis on individual student development, well-being, safety and inclusion. 

Children learn best when their school environment is safe, inclusive and welcoming. At the A.N.P.S, we have an outstanding culture of mutual respect between students, staff and parents. Our ethos is built around a core set of shared values and embedded through a strong and very supportive pastoral system. Modelling positive behaviour, setting and expecting exceptionally high standards, and celebrating equality and diversity are at the core of the Academy. Kindergarten teaches cooperation: the ability to work, learn, and get along with others. 

A year in kindergarten provides your child with the opportunity to learn patience, as well as the ability to take turns, share, and listen to others — all social and emotional learning skills that he will use through his school years and beyond. Kindergarten is a time for sparking and directing your child’s curiosity and natural love of learning.


Head of Kindergarten

Ms. Corine Thabit