IES School History

It started with a deep intuition to understand the values of education that enables to build a promising tomorrow. We believe in the pragmatic version of education, where students are bound to meet the contemporary world with confidence. The Ideal English School was instituted for our unwavering commitment towards building responsible citizens and to provide a learning environment endowed with nature. Above all, we are focused to reinforce our philosophy of imparting true education with the perfect blend of innovative practices and management that uphold the cherished values.

Who?

The Ideal English School (IES) visionary is actively involved in an expansion programme by establishing a chain of our signature Schools in RAK.

Why?

The process of learning here becomes an inviting experience.We have instituted this centre of excellence for promoting the significance of quality education, complemented by the right ambiance to develop and prosper.

Where?

Our School stands like a beacon of knowledge in the emerging industrial metropolis of RAS AL KHAIMAH. It is strategically located.



OUR ACHIEVEMENTS

  • The school got accreditation from the ministry of education.
  • 100% success in CBSE Board Examination from 2006 – till date.
  • Active and increased participation in Benchmark , Shastra Pratibha, Spelling Bee.
  • Won high appreciation for the science exhibits at KNOWLEDGE FAIR.
  • Appreciation by MOE RAK for the Best Maintenance of Record
  • Secured Third Place for the Inter School Football tournament Won laurels for art& painting.
  • Won many prizes for individual & team events organised by TEENS INDIA

OUR MISSION

WHAT'S OUR GOAL
  • To recognize that each child is an individual, all children are creative and all children need to succeed.
  • To instill sense of love, respect, honesty, sociability, companionship & brotherhood.
  • To promote the talents by providing opportunities to enrich life.
  • To make the students mentally developed, physically strong, emotionally balanced and technically talented.

OUR VISION

  • To achieve excellence in education and to develop our students into versatile, competent and enlightened individuals.

PRINCIPAL DESK

“Every student can learn just not on the same day or in the same way” – George Evans.

As the Principal/Director of IES, Ras-Al-Khaimah, it is my pleasure to welcome you all to our school website. Ideal English School is a proud community catering students from more than 21 nations by providing a world class education, celebrating the fact that each student is different, as a person and as a learner. We strive to focus on academic excellence with a holistic approach to education. Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents with high expectations. Here people are valued and can fulfil their potential both as teachers and learners. We are a school with a difference. Today the role of a school is not only to pursue academic excellence but also to motivate and empower its students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers and productive members of a rapidly changing global society. At IES, we endeavour to ensure our students are very well prepared to face the challenges of life upon graduation: whether going to college, joining any branch of service or joining the workforce. Our goal is to make sure students are well prepared to pursue their hopes and dreams.

We offer schooling from Kinder Garden to Grade 10 and is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi. The school is well equipped with surplus facilities like spacious classrooms, Science and Computer laboratories, Activity Room, Kindergarten Play Station, Smart Classes with Interactive Boards, Well Stocked Library, Safe Transport System and CCTV Surveillance. The green campus instils in the minds of our students the necessity to save Mother Earth, for a sustainable future. The school has a strong parents support and an active parents committee who partnership with the school to raise its standards by providing regular feedback. With quality education and knowledge combined with values our students are groomed to meet the challenges of the 21st century. We are aware of the tremendous responsibility entrusted upon us and pray to Almighty to help us in accomplishing our mission.

“The best way to predict the future is to create it” – Abraham Lincoln. I hereby solicit your cooperation and support in our endeavour to bring out the best in and enable your child to become competent, confident, independent, creative and successful good citizens, with virtues of head, heart and character. Your valuable suggestions are always welcome!

Profound Regards,
Dr.Prasanna Bhaskar
Principal.

OUR SCHOOL RULES & REGULATIONS

  • Pupils must come in time to school. Latecomers will not be admitted in the class.
  • Every pupil must possess a copy of the school calendar which should be brought to school daily
  • The speaking of English is enforced in the school and within the school premises
  • Personal cleanliness and hygiene are expected from all. Colouring of the hair and the use of styling gel is strictly Grooming of the hair is compulsory. Shabby uncombed hair will not be permitted. Girls are not allowed to use fancy jewellery.
  • Every child admitted in the school must have the complete school uniform exact in colour and pattern. A pupil without uniform and shoes may be asked to return home.
  • Running, playing, shouting inside the school building is never allowed. Perfect silence must be observed when changing classes for language and other subjects.
  • The pupils are not permitted to remain absent from school on working days. Leave is granted only in the circumstance beyond control like sickness etc.
  • If a pupil is late or absent, he must bring a written justification III the Absent Record/Late Coming Record in his calendar.
  • Pupils must return after the holiday on the appointed day. In case of sickness for more than 3 days, the Principal must be informed and doctor’s certificate must be produced along with the leave application.
  • Pupils who have been absent from school for one month or more without permission are liable to have their names struck off from the rolls, and may not be readmitted.
  • No books (other than text or library books), comics, newspapers, periodicals, cassettes, compact discs (CD) and mobile phones should be brought to the school premises without the consent of the authorities.
  • Any kind of damage done to the school premises has to be made good. All the students should be particularly careful not to throw paper etc., anywhere in the school premises. Baskets and Dustbins especially provided for this purposes should be used.
  • Every pupils should endeavor to keep up the high tone and good name of the school, by excelling in fine manners.
  • At all times students are expected to be polite and courteous towards other students and the staff.
  • The use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited in the school campus.
  • Students misbehaving in the school will be reported to the parents and sufficient warning will be given for improvement. Even after repeated warnings, if a student continues to misbehave, he will be expelled from the school.
  • Disrespect and disobedience to superiors, using abusive and obscene words and other exhibiting habits or behaviour considered by the school authorities as not suitable to a student, will be met by dismissal.
  • The school is not responsible for book, money, clothes and other articles that are lost. Pupils must look after their own possessions. It is not advisable to have money or valuable articles with them.

Aiming at an all round development of the child’s personality, the school offers a wide range of co-curricular and extra curricular activities. Activities include Elocution, Quiz, Recitation, Essay-writing, Versification, Debating, Athletics, Art and music and Science Club. Promising students are provided expert guidance to prove their talents in competitions.

The House System

To inculcate a sense of team spirit and healthy competition, the students and teachers are divided into four houses.

Blue (Mercury), Green (Neptune), Red (Mars), Yellow (Venus)

Each week one of the houses is made responsible for discipline and general order of the school. Extra-curricular activities are conducted on an inter-house basis. A trophy is being presented at the end of the academic year to the house with the highest aggregate points.


  • Students are expected to attend school in the prescribed school uniform and to be neatly dressed at all times. A pupil who does not conform to this regulation, could be asked to return home after two warnings.
  • Students are expected to conduct themselves with dignity and politeness at all times. Courtesy and good manners must be the most important aspects of pupil behavior. All school staff must be obeyed and respected. Disrespect for and disobedience to school staff, using abusive or obscene words, or exhibiting behavior considered by school authorities as objectionable in students will result in strict disciplinary action involving suspension or even expulsion from school.
  • Students are expected to greet all visitors to the school and members of the staff with courtesy and respect.
  • Students should respect each other and refrain from hurting their peers either by words or by action.
  • Discipline must be maintained in the classrooms throughout the day. Disruptive behaviour will result in appropriate disciplinary action.
  • Running, playing, or shouting inside the school building is forbidden. Perfect silence must be observed while changing classes for languages and optional subjects.
  • Normally no student is allowed out of class to drink water or to go to the toilet. This should be done only during the Break or after classes.
  • Students are expected to respond appropriately to School Prefects, House Captains and all other School Office-Bearers.
  • Money, or any articles, should not be borrowed or lent to anyone. It is also not permitted to buy, sell or exchange any goods in school.
  • All students are responsible to the school authorities for their behaviour both in and outside the school. Any indiscipline on the part of students shall render them liable for disciplinary action.
  • Repeated failure to complete homework will result in appropriate disciplinary procedures which could include Detention.
  • The School Management reserves the right to revise the School Rules and the Code of Conduct and Discipline, at any time, if considered necessary.
  • Wilful violation of the School Rules is cause for disciplinary measures to be taken which could include Detention or Suspension from classes. In extreme cases, such as a student whose conduct is harmful to other students, the student may be expelled from the school in agreement with the Ministry of Education.
  • Cheating or any form of examination malpractice is unacceptable and a’ pupil caught using unfair means will be debarred from the examination and will not be graded.
  • Students found talking during a test / examination may be asked by the invigilator to leave the room.