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Saudi Arabian International School, Multinational Section

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The Multinational School, Riyadh (MNS-R) is an English-medium K – 12 private International School in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  The school is internationally recognised for achieving some of the highest student results in the AusVELS, IGCSE - A level examinations and has an excellent array of co-curricular activities and achievements to our name.  MNS-R has in excess of 1400 pupils from over 65 countries, ranging between 2 years and 18 years of age. The school follows the AusVELS curriculum up until Year 8 and then branches into the Cambridge IGCSE, AS and A level programme. The dedicated English as an Additional Language (EAL), Learning Support (LS) and Special Educational Needs (SEN) Departments solidify the school’s policy of inclusion.

The school offers:

  • Academic excellence, with strong pastoral care.
  • Supported learning programmes – Learning Support, Mainstream Dependency and English as an Additional Language.
  • Excellent internationally experienced, quali?ed teachers.
  • Child-centred and play-based Early Childhood Programmes.
  • Early integration of technology into the learning process.
  • Specialist programmes with dedicated specialist teachers.
  • Dedicated special needs department.
 
Each classroom is equipped with a state of the art interactive Promethean board connected to the internet through the classroom computer.  Facilities at MNS-R include two libraries, two music rooms, four computer labs, three science labs, two art rooms, a gymnasium, an aquatic centre, a covered soccer pitch and two halls.  

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