After School Clubs:

As your child moves through school, participation in after-school clubs can be a transformational experience.

Waad Education After School clubs extends beyond the walls of the classroom. Our Learners participate in Clubs and Activities and are actively involved in setting goals, reflecting on their progress, and collaboratively benefiting others through their experiences.

Summer / Winter Clubs:

Waad Education Offers a Verity of Summer and Winter clubs that are the perfect solution to ensure that your child enjoys school holidays like no other, full of play and adventure. With a wonderful mix of skills for sports, energizing activities to get children moving, creative sessions that encourage children to express themselves and much more.

Our holiday clubs offer families childcare solutions through active multi-activity programs within a safe, supportive and fun environment. We also understand that children have different interests ensuring that each day is filled with a wide range of inclusive activities suitable for all abilities and interests.

Our Clubs ensures each day is filled with opportunities to create unforgettable memories in a fun and active environment!

Mental math:

Connecting abstract theoretical material and its symbols to the student’s daily life. Mental mathematics reduces the problem-solving steps to half at most, and these activities are applied to fourth, fifth and sixth graders only.

Applied Mathematics:

Which is based on a set of processes and procedures through which the learner acquires the skills to face and solve the problems experienced by the student, such as money management, animation design, computer science, space entrepreneurship, fashion design, architecture, road design, aviation, etc.

Thinking Mathematics:

It is offered to students from the first grade to the third intermediate grade. It includes math problems and problems from the kangaroo quiz.

Quantitative and verbal abilities:

It is very similar to the content of abilities at the secondary level. Our schools aim by offering these activities to train and rehabilitate students since their childhood (from the fourth to the third intermediate grade) to motivate them to critical and divergent thinking…etc.

Applied Sciences:

Our schools are aware of the importance of multi-sensory learning in the natural sciences and their applications, and the industry’s direct dependence on them; The schools chose a subject designed from a set of scientific enrichment activities that are given to students in an additional class every week, starting from the fourth grade of primary school until the third intermediate.

The leader in me:

The “The Leader Within” project is one of the practical educational solutions that help develop the basic life skills and characteristics that primary school students in Dar Al Thikr schools need to live in the 21st century. Our schools contracted with Franklin Coffee International on 11/5/2011 to implement the program there. The program has been implemented in many schools around the world, such as the United States, Singapore, and others. It has proven a great success at the level of students, teachers, home and school.


Emotional intelligence is one of the most important skills of the 21st century, which will be presented through the “21st Century Skills Unit” in schools, to enable students to achieve a balance between the academic side and the emotional side, in order to bring about positive development in societies. Schools have chosen to offer the “Emotional Quotient” program at the primary level (upper grades), which is known as “the ability to effectively integrate thinking and feelings to make more effective and successful decisions.” According to Six Seconds.

Design for change:

The project provides middle school students with activities that help them learn to solve problems and serve the community, by applying theories within practical experiences, which lead them to make positive decisions towards themselves and society. The course activities have been scientifically designed in line with the diversity of abilities and ages of students, by presenting them in an enjoyable way that encourages them to think positively and constructively.  With the need to qualify and train teachers – through Doroob Company – on this project through specialists in this field to be able to present the project and support their students in a positive and effective manner.

Graduation Project:

The graduation project is an important requirement for high school graduation. Where students start working on their projects from the second grade of secondary school, and then the project is presented in the third grade of secondary school. Each graduation project is designed, researched, and directed by the student. The main objective of the graduation project is to help students master the necessary skills to move from high school to university, and to a professional life. During the project work, the student learns to collect data, analyze it, and then draw conclusions and discuss them. He acquires the skills to deal with the challenges he faces in preparing the project, as he realizes that commitment, integrity, and work ethics are among the main life skills.