Read, Write, Inc.

Read, Write, Inc.

The learning continues at Al Shohub, and this week even our teachers are learning something new. Over the next couple of days our Primary teachers will be participating in Read, Write, Inc. training, which is a programme designed to develop students’ phonic, reading...
Business Studies

Business Studies

In Term one, we looked at the different types of businesses that there are, how to set one up and how a business can expand. In Term 2 we are now looking at what is happening inside the business. This includes looking at how a business is managed and organized. As...
Year 9

Year 9

Al Shohub students participated and engaged in the Expo Youth 2020 in Abu Dhabi and represented the school with a wide range of questions to panel presenters throughout the day. Our students engaged with Marshall the interactive entertainment robot who challenged them...
Year 6

Year 6

Over the last 6 weeks we have been learning all about Decimals, Fractions and Percentages. We spent our lessons remembering what we already knew, understanding the different calculation methods and formulae and finally, applying all of our new knowledge. We got the...
Year 4

Year 4

In celebration of the science festival in Abu Dhabi, Year 4 have made erupting volcanos. We made our volcanoes by gluing newspaper to a plastic bottle and once dried, we painted our volcanoes. Next, we mixed together: white vinegar, water, washing liquid and baking...
Year 3

Year 3

Last week was a very exciting week for Year 3. We took part in a fantastic trip to Manarat Al Saadiyat where we explored a range of local art by talented creators in the UAE. We had an opportunity to develop our own art skills in a workshop where we told our own...

Guidelines for using the bus service

Any student who travels on the bus must adhere to the School Behavioral Policy as they would at school. Students who do not adhere to the policy will be permanently excluded from the bus service.

  • It is the parents’ responsibility to contact the Bus Assistant if the student can not take the bus for any reason (e.g. illness)
  • It is the parents’ responsibility to ensure an approved adult accompanies the student at the pick-up and drop-off point at the designated time. The school bus will not wait for late students.
  • Students should sit as quickly as possible upon entering the bus, in the assigned seat.
  • Safety belts should be worn at all times on the bus.
  • Students should not stand or move while the bus is in motion.
  • Students should listen to the Bus Assistant at all times and follow instructions given.
  • Students should not distract the Bus Driver.
  • Only authorised adults are permitted to travel on the school bus.
  • Students should respect the rights and well being of all other students, the Bus Assistant and Bus Driver at all times. Bullying in any form will not be tolerated.
  • Should a student require an age appropriate booster seat this should be provided by parents in line with UAE guidelines and size specifications.
  • School bags should be stored safely under the seat and items are not left in the aisle.
  • Indecent conduct or loud, disruptive or profane language will not be permitted.
  • Play fighting and/or rough play is not permitted at any time.
  • Any damage or vandalism will be paid for by the offender(s).
  • Windows and doors are to be opened or closed only with the permission of the Bus Assistant.
  • If allowed, windows should only be opened to the indicated safety line.
  • All parts of the student’s body shall remain inside the bus at all times.
  • Pets are not allowed on the school bus under any circumstances.
  • Students should not enter or leave the bus until it has come to a complete stop.
  • The school does not have any responsibility for students once they have left the school bus at the designated drop point.
  • Any requests to change to another bus should be submitted in writing using the Bus Request Form. Please note a permanent change can only be effective depending on availability.