Use of Personal Information
We do not collect any personal information unless you participate in the survey by e-mail or fill out an online form and voluntarily provide information. Unless otherwise specified at the time we collect information, this personal information collected will not be passed on to third parties with no relation. When the user enters a personal information, only the information will be used for the purpose specified at the time of collection.
In cases such as the use or disclosure of personal information, our school will ask for permission from the authorized person when permission is required. If this personal information belongs to the student, consent will be asked from the parent or guardian. If the student is mentally competent and able to comprehend the consequences of the use or disclosure of the requested information, a student's permission is also requested along with the parent's permission. The student permit is in the form of an opinion for the use or disclosure of personal information. For the minor student, the main one is the guardian or guardian's leave.
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Log Files
As with most standard website servers, statistical tools such as Google Analytics are used to measure how much our site is accessed and how much our site is used. In this context, the IP address, the geographical location of the visitors (such as country, city), browser type, internet service provider, mentioned pages, exit pages, platform type, date / time interval, the time spent on the pages and the keywords used to reach our site via search engines. among the analyzed information. This information is anonymous and cannot be directly linked to personal users. We can use this information for purposes such as identifying the most and less visited areas of our site, identifying the problematic areas of the site, analyzing the demographic trends of our visitors and ensuring that people find and facilitate our website.
Google Analytics (Google Analytics)
This website uses Google Analytics tools to see how our visitors are busy with the site. Your web browser automatically sends some of your information to Google. This information includes information such as the web address page or IP address you visit. You can set cookies or read existing cookies for your Google browser. If you want to get more detailed information about how Google uses data while on our website, visit www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/.
This website may redirect other sites with some links. We would like to inform you that we are not responsible for the security practices of such sites. We recommend that our users be careful when leaving our website and read the privacy agreements of each site that collects personal information. This privacy agreement applies only to information collected from this website.
This website takes the necessary precautions to protect our users' personal information. When users enter their personal information (contact information or credit card information, etc.) through online forms, registration and online purchases, this information is encrypted over the highest secure socket layer (SSL) in question. Servers that store personal information are in a safe environment. Under no circumstances are credit card numbers stored permanently on servers on our website.
Unreliable Forms of Communication
Postings to discussion forums, discussion boards, comments on blogs, and Student Notes are visible to other users. If these areas are not password protected areas, they can be seen by anyone. Please be careful when sharing personal information in such areas.
Contact information
If you have questions or suggestions regarding our privacy policy, please contact us.

Happy & Competent Children

Individuals whose basic needs, as defined per Maslow's hierarchy of needs, are met, form the essence of a value-centered personality while realizing their full potential.

One-to-one interaction with the child during the preschool phase, which is the stage of self-discovery, is of great importance for their personality development.

Being aware of this, Al-Jazari International School considers each student as a gifted individual carrying an endless potential within.

It is our basic practice to give children the opportunity to learn while playing according to their own respective developmental stages and we consider it extremely important for the upbringing of both mentally and physically healthy future generations.

According to our school's most fundamental approach, the teacher represents a guide during the learning process. Recognizing that children have different ways of expressing themselves, we aim to make our students happy individuals who are aware of how they choose to express their thoughts and feelings whether through singing, painting, sculpture, dance, vocal expression and music activities.

This way, arts and sports are highlighted in our school throughout the learning process, which is supported by education and training.

We support the development of personality with the aim of helping our students to be successful individuals, to be able to make their own decisions, to plan their studies and choose their own goals, to work effectively whether individually or in groups andto produce practical solutions when facing problems.