Dar Al Marefa School
The Distance Learning Evaluation is designed to create a shared set of expectations around distance learning, and to enable parents to make the right education choice for their children. This Evaluation was carried out through discussions with school leaders, review of students’ work, observation of online lessons, and feedback from parents, students and teachers.
Summary of Findings
The school’s Distance Learning Profile, as evaluated by KHDA, on 16-June-2020  was:

Developed
The table below provides an overview of the status of development of each Theme.
This is represented by three colours, green for Developed, amber for Partially Developed and red for Not Developed.
ZONE-A ZONE-B ZONE-C
Students’ distance learning and wellbeing Teaching and monitoring students’ learning Leading and managing students’ learning
Attendance and participation
Safeguarding
Learning opportunities
Equity of access
Wellbeing
Planning and delivery
Sharing intended learning outcomes
Distance learning programme
Monitoring and assessing learning
Agility
Contingency
Communication and engagement
Resources management
Positive features of the Distance Learning Profile
1. Longer-term planning that considers implications for a range of scenarios

2. Regular communication with parents about their children’s learning

3. The school's resource management to access distance learning
Areas for development in the Distance Learning Profile
1. Enhance students’ wellbeing by addressing their concerns about workload and balance.

2. Consistently provide learning opportunities that are varied, that make full use of the school’s online learning platforms, and that ensure that students are active participants.

3. Provide a balance of opportunities for academic and non-academic experiences and allow students flexibility with their time management and assignment deadlines to accommodate home circumstances.