About Us

At Al Ittihad International Kindergarten, we encourage children to observe, think and wonder. For years, we have watched little miracles grow. It has always been our endeavour to create for every child, rich and challenging experiences to promote learning and growing.



KG Mission Statement

We believe that the KG is the foundation of the child’s developmental stages.

Therefore; we work on providing a comprehensive programme that covers all aspects of educational, social, emotional and physical growth as well as a positive self- image and a love of learning.

Our mission is to provide high quality education and childcare in a safe, respectful and inclusive environment that builds a foundation for life-long learning.

Cooperation between parents ,teachers and students will support our goal and all theKG children will flourish in joy and happiness.


Multipurpose Room: The large Multipurpose Room provides a safe environment where children can freely perform different types of activities such as Music, Drama, Physical Education   (Gym), practice for end of the year Celebration etc.

Clinic: The school nurse provides effective medical and mental services to children in case of an emergency or during daily rounds. She also provides children with various health information topics such as (Dental and   Personal Hygiene, Good Nutrition, etc.)

Sand Area: The school has sand area that provides a safe and secure environment for the children. It also gives the children the opportunity to be creative, constructive, and develop fine tuning physical movements.

Playground Area: We encourage physical education because we recognize that the playground area is essential for healthy development, but free spontaneous play is the most beneficial type for children.


Indoor Swimming Pool: The Kindergarten Department is an independent unit with its own indoor heated swimming pool.


Kindergarten Daily Routine

Regular attendance and punctuality are desired. In case of absence, notice to the administration should be produced. The school starts at 7.45am. every day and ends at 12:45pm. except for Thursdays at 1:00pm. Car students must be dropped off and picked up at this time from KG Gate.

Arrival & Dismissal Policy

Ø Children should not arrive at school before 7:30am in the morning and stay at school after 2:30pm (As the staff members are not on duty before or after that time).

Ø Children who come to school by car are to be dropped off through the kindergarten gate no. 9, handed over to the security and then will be sent through the teacher on duty to his/her class.

Ø Please do not enter or interrupt classrooms in the morning as children are expected to immediately begin their morning work routines and teachers are busy setting up for the morning lessons.

Ø The kindergarten closes its gate at 8:30am.

Ø If picking up your child personally, please inform the administration office.

Ø The first round of buses will depart the school around 12:45pm.

Ø KG students who are waiting for their older siblings to dismiss with them will remain in their classes until they are picked up by their bus escort. (The second round will depart around 2:00pm.)

Ø Do not hang around after picking your child.

Ø Children who are not picked up on time will be sent to the administration office to have parents phoned.

Ø It’s prohibited to hand over your child to someone who is not authorized to pick up your child from the school unless the administration is well informed of the person’s information.

Ø Please notify the kindergarten of any change of address or phone number.


At Al Ittihad Kindergarten /International Programme, our curriculum includes religion, Arabic, English, math, science, art, music, reading and more. Cambridge framework is implemented for KG students which help children develop the knowledge, understanding and skills they need for the next stage in their education.

We encourage learning through phonetic recognition and writing, word building skills, reading simple sentences and early mathematics. This is based on the British Early Years Foundation Stage system and the British National Curriculum, which we have found comparable all over the world and the Arabic is based on the Jordanian Ministry of Education benchmarks for Early Learning.

We deliver the educational skills and knowledge for easy transition to Primary school.


  • Extra-Curricular Activities

    *Getting your child involved in extracurricular activities can teach them time management skills and how to prioritize different commitments. Learning these skills will be useful for the rest of their life and help with managing stress.

    *Exploring new interests is important for children to find things they are passionate about. Accomplishments with these hobbies can help build your child’s self-esteem and confidence as well.

    * Studies have shown that children involved in extracurricular activities tend to have better academics than children who spend free-time using electronics and avoiding social situations.