National School


Welcome Message

The needs of the children are always paramount in the life and decision making within a school. At MLS, we believe in providing our students with creative and meaningful learning experiences, which build their enthusiasm for learning and help them to grow and develop positively in a variety of ways.

We will always put the best interests of our students at the center of our purpose. Success for our students is ensured at our school by the delivery of an enriching, child centered, balanced and structured curriculum and a whole school focus on students welfare and the positive recognition of their achievements.

Our mission is to ensure that all students receive a rigorous, high-quality education in a safe and respectful environment that celebrates diversity, preparing students to be contributing citizens in the 21st Century and challenging every student to his or her highest potential.

By supporting the professional development of our teachers and staff we hope to provide the ultimate learning environment which is part of our mission and vision and is conductive to high quality education.

It is our aim at MLS that students leave school well qualified and with the skills and mindset to be ethical and responsible global citizens, well prepared for all aspects of the future.


Mrs. Nevine Hamza 

Academic programmes

MLS students are taught the national curriculum subjects (Arabic Language, English Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Religion, Ethics, Computer, Music, Art, Home Economics, and Physical Education.)

We use the English Language as the primary mode of communication starting from the preschool years all through secondary school.

One of our educational objectives is to enhance reading, writing, and conversational skills in both the English and French Languages.The syllabus of each subject is determined by the Ministry of Education. However, it is the quality of teachers and of our teaching methodology which makes the difference. Our creative teachers make lessons more interesting and effective through the use of group work and through the integration of cross-curricular activities.
Our goal is to teach our students research skills through group work developing them into global citizens. We mainly depend on the extensive use of our libraries, laboratories, and multi-media. In addition, we offer our students many educational school trips that serve our cross-curricular pedagogy. These include visits to historical sites as well as the Science Exploratory Centre. More importantly, our students are surrounded by a friendly atmosphere created by a team effort which promotes the physical, emotional, and cognitive development of our students.

Behaviour Policy

Students are expected to exhibit appropriate behaviour. Any action that may inflict harm on oneself or on others will not be tolerated. Disrespect exhibited towards adults or peers will not be tolerated.
We use time-out, counseling, positive reinforcement, and conferring with the parents in order to avert undesirable behaviour.

The school expects its members to observe principles of honesty, fair play and respect for property and the rights of others.
The code of conduct must be thoroughly read to be aware of the consequences of every action.