Al-Tazaj Fakieh BBQ Chicken

There is something to be said for when you walk into a restaurant and it brings back memories of home.  When I walked into Al-Tazaj Fakieh BBQ Chicken restaurant, I was overwhelmed by the memories of fun weekends in the mountains with my family, grilling chicken and burgers for our evening meal.

Play area
Play area

Al-Tazaj offers a clean and family-friendly dining environment and is located on Tahlia Street across from SABB bank.  They have a small but tidy play area located at the front of the restaurant.  On the weekends, this small playground is packed with children of all ages and is frankly a bit unsafe in my opinion, as most children are not supervised while in the area.  However, it would be a great place for a nice family lunch mid-week or during the day .

Their menu offers a variety of chicken dishes from BBQ’d on a spit, spicy, fried, chicken salads, kabobs, and sandwiches.

Children's Menu
Children’s Menu

They have a children’s menu with chicken burgers, nuggets, kabobs, or Satay.  The dining room is a maze of intimate little family friendly dining areas and there is a waiter who brings fresh bread around to each table.

Sadly, they do not offer birthday party packages.

Phone:  920011200

Location:  Tahlia Street, Across from SABB bank

Mall of Arabia–Shopping Guide

Mall of Arabia is one of the biggest malls in Jeddah.  Visiting here with children is great, because they can also enjoy the huge indoor amusement park Vortex, KIDZANIA, and Billy Beez will be opening soon.

Level 1:
H & M                                    Marks and Spencer                            F & F London
The Children’s Place         Tati                                                           LC Waikiki
Debenhams                          Pottery Barn Kids                               Giordano-boys
Tommy Hilfiger                  Clarks                                                      Zara Home
Ziddy                                       Joe Fresh                                               Desigual
Ecco                                        Monsoon                                                Gap
Geox                                       Fred Perry                                              Vans
Vortex Play Area

Level 2:
Hamleys                               Zahar                                                       Gymboree
Tape al’oeil                          Billy Beez (opening soon)                Sergent Major
Mayoral                                Sports Direct                                         Centerpoint
Du Pareil                              FG 4                                                         Athlete’s Co
Sketchers                             Kiko Mimo                                            M & Co Kids
Penti                                      IKKS                                                        Carter’s/Osh Kosh
Museum (bedding)          Arabic Toy Store                                 Obeikan
ELC                                       Pynkiss                                                  Pumpkin Patch
Okaidi                                   Jacadi                                                     KIZANIA- toy shop

Level 3:
KIDZANIA entrance        Centerpoint

Vortex Play Area at Mall of Arabia

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Vortex is one of the largest indoor play centers in Jeddah. Direct access to the play area can be made via Gate 2 in the parking garage, Level 1 shopping or via escalator or elevator from Level 2’s Food Court.  Like many indoor play areas, payment for rides is made via the Sparkyz card. Bonus offers are available as shown below. The Fee is the amount you pay, and the Actual Credit is the amount of credit loaded to your card. The fee for each ride or game is deducted from the balance of your card each time your child enters a ride or plays a game.

Fee/ Actual Credit:

Prices for Sparky's Card at Vortex
Prices for Sparky’s Card at Vortex150 SAR / 135 SAR

135 SAR/150 SAR
240 SAR/330 SAR
320 SAR/500 SAR
550 SAR/1111SAR

Vortex offers many rides similar to other indoor amusement centers with arcade games, amusement park rides and a water ride.  However, it offers one of the largest indoor jungle gym facilities, called Adventure Camp. For the older kids, there is a huge climbing wall and the Escapade Theatre which offers a 4-D experience.  Adventure Camp looks to be a lot of fun with a maze of activities including a slide that is 2 stories high.  The climbing wall has support harnesses for the kids, but as with most activities, you use these at your own risk.

Video Games at Vortex
Video Games at Vortex

Parents may also host birthday parties at Vortex.  Your party will include:

  • Decorated party room for 3 hours
  • Pizza, fries and juice for each child
  • 50sar Sparkyz card for each guest

The fee for having a party is 50SAR per child with a minimum of 25 children and a maximum of 35-40 children.

To reserve your party, or for more details contact Kamrun at 050-853-4377.

Adventure Land in Vortex
Adventure Camp in Vortex

KIDZANIA- Mall of Arabia

UPDATE (Feb 2016):  It has been a little over a year since I first visited Kidzania so I took a second trip back to see if things had changed since my first visit.

The good news is that there are many more “shops” open to the kids.  We were able to go to the pharmacy and make ice-cream this time.

However, many things remained the same.  Many of the shops were not open at the time of our visit so we were limited on the number of activities we could participate in.  In addition, I am still very disappointed in the staff of the facility.  They are very unfriendly to the children.  The children are super excited when they come to Kidzania and the staff act and look like they are bored off their rockers.  They have no excitement, no energy,  no motivation for the kids, don’t tell the kids “job well done”  NOTHING!!!  They are there to pass their time which is so frustrating at a kids activity place.   In addition, they also still don’t speak English to the children even when you tell them that your child does not know Arabic.  Lines are still long and the system is still inefficient

In summary, kids do LOVE the place.  I would recommend going to Kidszania when they offer their “special” rates as I don’t think it is worth the money for the services provided at the normal rate.  Plan on going for the whole day 9am-until evening if possible so you get maximum time to do and try all the activities.

ORIGINAL REVIEW (Jan 2015):

My daughter and I decided to embark on the magical mystery of Kidzania over the holiday.  We arrived at the entrance shortly after 1pm and queued in line.

Kidzos-the official currency of Kidzania
Kidzos-the official currency of Kidzania

Upon making payment, we were handed a map, our boarding pass, and a Kidzos check for 50 Kidzos.  We were told our first stop needed to be the bank to cash the check.  Upon entering the facility, we were transported to the the town of Kidzania.

The city of Kidzania.
The city of Kidzania.

Cobblestone streets and the feel of a modern European city greeted us.  There were light posts, traffic lights, road signs and the firetruck was speeding by on its way back to the firehouse.  Following the street signs, we easily found “The Saudi Investment Bank” and cashed our check.  Since the “Sunsilk” Beauty Salon was close, my daughter decided stop number one need to be getting her hair done.  She walked in and paid her Kidzos while the beautician advised me to “wait outside”.  I found a bench, read a few pages in my book and awaited the exit of my little princess with her amazing new do.

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Putting the fire out at the Hotel.

After spending some money, we decided to  get a job and earn some money. She wanted to be a dentist, so we headed up the stairs to the dentist’s office only to discover it was closed.  We headed back down the stairs and went to the firehouse instead.  We had to wait in line for about 20 minutes before my daughter’s group was admitted into the firehouse, where her arm band was scanned and a fire jacket and construction hat were donned.   The kids then sat down to watch a fire safety video, followed by a fire hose practice session.  The kids then boarded the firetruck and were off to fight the blazing fire at the hotel.  Upon returning to the firehouse each child returned the costume and then was paid for their day of work.  So much fun!

Time to try being a dentist again, so back up the stairs we went.  Bummer, the dentist is still not open.  Back down we go to try some grocery shopping at the “Hyperpanda” market.  My daughter simply wanted to do some grocery shopping, but other kids went to Panda to earn money as check out clerks.

Fighting fires and grocery shopping were hard work. Time to eat!  How about learning to make a hamburger from “Burger King”? Once again, we waited in line for about 20 minutes before heading into the Burger King kitchen.  Hair nets, aprons and plastic gloves were made available to impress food safety and hygiene standards on the kids.  The employee gave each child a paper wrapper that was placed on the table as their working surface. She then came around the table with bun bottoms and tongs.  Each child used the tongs to pick their bottom bun.  This was followed by the meat patty (which the kids were not allowed to pick out).  They were instructed on how to properly squirt the ketchup and mustard and then the employee brought around the top bun which each child placed on their burger.  Instructions were given on how to properly fold the wrapper around the burger and voila–the hamburgers were ready for take away, once aprons were removed and hairnets and gloves were in the trash.  We found a nice park bench to sit on, where my daughter was able to enjoy her hand-made burger. (This activity required a Kidzos payment).

Back up to the dentist office—hmmmmm, still closed. Okay, let’s go work at the hospital.  The hospital has two sections.  You either work in the ER and take a ride in the ambulance or you work in the nursery with the babies.  When my daughter’s turn came, she was sent to the nursery.  She really enjoyed bathing, diapering, feeding and caring for her baby in the nursery.  When she was paid again. She was absolutely thrilled and said, “I’m rich”!

“Please Mommy, I want to be a dentist.”  Okay, back up the stairs we go.  Still not open.  We decided to go make a bottle of Coke at the bottling factory.  Once again, it was about a 20 minute wait.  We she finally got into the bottling factory. She was given a Coke apron and instructions on  how to make her personal bottle of Coke.  She checked the plastic bottle, filled it with syrup, carbonation, and water then added a lid and placed it on the conveyer belt where it went through the label machine.  After waiting patiently at the end of the belt, she retrieved her own bottle of Coke.  (This activity also required Kidzos payment)

It was now 5:30pm.  School tomorrow, so time to head home.

My daughter really enjoyed her day, with the exception of having to wait so long for each activity.  I found the system to be really inefficient and the waiting time to be too long.  Many shops that kids can visit only have a single employee. This makes the process of waiting that much longer.  In addition, you had those employees who were busy chatting with each other as opposed to getting ready for the next session and on a few occasions, were more interested in very important text messages that had arrived.  On average we waited 20-35 minutes for most activities, though the employees tell you it “is only 10 minutes”.  It’s not.

Another problem I found was that many of the employees do not speak or refuse to speak English.  I do not expect the programs to be in English, after all this is Saudi Arabia and the national language is Arabic.  However, I made a point to tell each of the employees that my daughter only spoke English in the hopes that they would give her just a bit of direction or educational information in English, but that did not happen.  She was expected to just follow the crowd, so in my opinion, she missed out on a lot of educational opportunities that Kidzania is supposed to offer.  Only Arabic maps of the city are given out when you pay. If you want an English map you need to specifically ask for English.

I found the entry fee for children to be a bit pricey for the limited number of activities available.  I feel it is currently over-priced because half of the shops are not even open.  They advertise a gas station, car wash, a hotel, chocolate shop, candy shop, pizza making, recycling plant, gym and many more that are not available  yet.  Maybe if we would have entered at 10am and were able to do a few more things it might have been worth the money.  Parents (just for entry) also have to pay a stiff fee of 95 SAR.  You are paying 95 SAR simply to be in the facility.  Parents are not allowed in the shops, nor are they allowed to participate in any of the activities with the kids.  Kidzania clearly states that, as with many real-life businesses, there are operating hours and I understand they need to close for employee breaks, but as you read, my daughter REALLY wanted to be a dentist and the shop did not open the entire day. Very frustrating.

I appreciated the kid sized sinks in the restrooms, but found them to be untidy with no toilet paper.  They have the fantastic Dyson hand dryers, so there are no paper towels (a good thing) and regretfully (at least in the lower bathrooms) there are no changing facilities for babies.

What I did really liked about the facility was that everything was local, so it was a real city that kids could be familiar with.  The bank is truly a local business: the flight simulator is from Saudi Airlines, the salon was Sunsilk, and the grocery store was Hyperpanda. This was very cool.  I also liked the idea that kids earn money and then choose to spend it on what they like. When they spend all their money they have to go get a job and earn more before they can do any other activities.   They sell food and drink for adults at either Burger King or Domino’s Pizza.  Both restaurants have small sitting areas.

In summary, I can see the potential of the place but for the amount we have to pay  and the fact that so many things are not open yet. I do not think we will return for another 6 months to a year in hopes that more shops will be open and all the disorganized and inefficient kinks will be worked out.

Birthday Packages (minimum booking for ALL packages is 15 children):

BACHE or Basic Package:
Fee:  160 Sar/Child and 70 Sar/Adult

Includes:
Free Entry to KidZania (for birthday child + ONE parent of birthday child)
Private Party Room for 45 min with MC and party host
100 KidZos for the birthday child
Wrist band for all invitees
Birthday Cake
Invitation Cards + Zank-U cards
Decorations and accessories

VITA or VIP Package:
Fee:  199 Sar/Child and 70 Sar/Adult

Includes:
Free Entry to KidZania (for birthday child and ONE parent of birthday child)
Private Party Room for ONE hour with MC and party host
Private activity for ONE hour (choice of Fashion Boutique/Stadium/Acting Academy)
Surprise visit by 1 KidZania RightKeeper during the activity
150 KidZos for the birthday child
50 KidZos for all visitors
Birthday child’s name projected on Check-In Counter
Photographer available during the celebration to take photos
ONE CD with photographs for the birthday child
Kids meals
Wrist band for all invitees
Special priority birthday bade for the birthday child
Birthday Cake
Invitation Cards + Zank-U Cards
Decorations Accessories

URBANO or VVIP package:
Fee:  299 Sar/ child and 70Sar/adult

Includes:
Free entry to KidZania (Birthday child + TWO parents of the birthday child)
Private party room for ONE our with MC and party host
Private activity for ONE hour (choice of:  Fashion Boutique/Stadium/Acting Academy)
Surprise visit by 3 KidZania RightKeepers during the activity
200 KidZos for the birthday child + 50 KidZos for all visitors
Birthday child’s name projected on Check-In Counter
Photographer available during the celebration to take photos
ONE CD with photographs for every child
Kids Meals
Wrist band for all invitees
Special priority badge for the birthday child
Birthday cake
Invitation Cards + Zank-U Cards
Decorations and Accessories
Free access to all KidZos charged establishment for the birthday child
One CD with video of cake cutting ceremony
Special KidZania souvenir for all invitees

For any of the above party bookings please contact:
Ramiyah Osama Hamodah
T:  012-655-4115 ext. 228
M:  050-350-5056
Email:  ramiyah.hamouda@kidzania.com.sa

Hours of Operation:
Saturday – Thursday:  10am to 11pm
Friday:  3pm to 11pm
*Hours are subject to change without prior notice.

Fees:
(All children under 8 years old MUST be accompanied by and adult)

Infants (under 2 yrs):  Free
Toddlers (2 yrs to 3 yrs):  80 SAR
*There is a special play area for toddlers where the older kids are not allowed.
Children (4 yrs to 14 yrs):  140 SAR
Adults (18 yrs plus):  95 SAR
Special Needs (kids and adults):  50 SAR
*People with special needs do not have to queue in the lines.

Hours of Operation:
Saturday to Wednesday:  9am-10pm
Thursday:  9am-11pm
Friday:  3pm-11pm

Phone:  +966 (0) 12 655 4115

Web:   http://www.kidzaniajeddah.com/

McDonald’s

Every child loves McDonald’s. There is no doubt about it!  We recently visited the McDonald’s on Thalia which happens to have the largest indoor playground in all of  Jeddah.  We found the play area to be clean and well maintained at this location. Most people know you can have your child’s birthday party at McDonalds, but did you know you can also have the McDonald’s team come to your venue?

Tahlia Location: Play area
Tahlia Location: Play area

Parties at McDonald’s

McDonald’s offers a fantastic party package at all locations throughout Jeddah.  The price will be the same regardless of which Jeddah store you choose.  The fee for a birthday is 280 SAR for the first 10 children.  If you have more than 10 children, there is an added fee of 23 SAR per child as a party meal plus the cost of a Happy Meal.  The package includes:

  • Balloons and Decorations in a private party room
  • Face Painting
  • Character Appearance of either Hamburglar or Birdie, who will dance with the children
  • Fun Games like musical chairs, pass the balloon and Bring Me. There is also an adult game available so parents are entertained while children play.
  • Paper Hats
  • Invitation Cards
  • Special McDonald’s gift for the birthday child
  • Well-trained hosts who conduct the celebration
  • Private party room for 2 hours of fun filled entertainment
  • Happy Meal plus toy for all children in attendance (meals include either chicken nuggets, cheese burger, hamburger, or chicken burger)
  • Access to the indoor play area

 

When considering the best location for your party, keep in mind that the Tahlia location has the largest indoor play area at 3 stories high, but the newest McDonald’s with the largest party room is at the Arbaeen McDonald’s on Prince Miteb Street.

Tahlia location: 3 story play area
Tahlia location: 3 story play area
  • Corniche 2 Store on Corniche Road, Al Shate’e Area
  • K2 Store on the Corner of Kahlid Bn Walid and Wali Al Ahad Streets
  • Hamra Store in the Al Hamra Commercial Center, Hamra Area
  • Palestine Store on Palestine Street
  • Hera’a 1 Store on the corner of Madinah and Hera’a Streets, Near Hera’a International Souk
  • Waziriah Store on Al-Istad Ariydi Street, Madain Al Fa’hd District
  • Najran Store at Najran Park, King Saud Street, Najran District
  • Arbaeen Store on Print Miteb Street

Outside Party at a Venue of Your Choice

The fee for a party outside the McDonald’s establishment is a bit more expensive, but goes along with the McDonald’s philosophy that all children should be able to enjoy the fun no matter where they are.  If you would like to have the party at your home, a park, or some other venue, the fee is 350 SAR for the first 10 children. If you have more than 10 children, there is an additional fee of 10 SAR per child.  You will receive the following services for your party:

  • Balloons and decorations
  • Face painting
  • Character appearance
  • Fun games
  • Paper hats
  • Invitation cards
  • Special McDonald’s gift for the birthday child
  • Well trained hosts to conduct the celebration
  • Two (2) hours of fun filled entertainment.
  • PLUS:  goodie bags for each party guest (children only)

To book a party at the Tahlia location you may call one of the following McDonald’s Hosts:  Reden 054 008 0304 / Jennis 050 361 2792 / Mark 059 011 2260

To book parties at other locations, please click here.

International and Private Schools in Jeddah

Looking for a school for your child can be a very stressful and time consuming job.  When embarking on this hunt, here are a few things you should consider:

  • Location-Is it close to home or will we need to arrange transport?
  • Curriculum–Which curriculum do you feel would be the best for your child and their future?
  • Visit the Schools–This is a very important step when choosing a school.  Visiting the schools will help you determine the culture of the school.  ALWAYS CALL AND MAKE AND APPOINTMENT for visitation (many schools will not let you in without an appointment)
  • Applications–Consider applying to more than one school.  There is a high demand for many of these schools so having more than one option is always a good thing.
  • Fees–Please visit the Web pages (if provided) or call the school directly to ask about fees.  Fees change per grade level and on a yearly basis, so this is something we can not publish accurate information on.

Jeddah for Kids strives to give you the most complete and up-to-date information.  If you find that information on this page to be incorrect, please let us know and if possible provide us with the correct information. Be sure to click the name of each school for access to their Websites or Facebook pages.

We would also like to encourage our readers to write about their experiences at any of the listed schools to give others an idea about the quality of education at each institution.  Comments can be made at the end of the blog.

ABC Al Hassan International School
Location:  Al-Zahra
Ages:  Nursery and Kindergarten
Curriculum:  American
Phone:   012 6988827
Email: UNKNOWN

Advanced Generations Schools
Location: Elementary School Boys Section (Second Floor) Al Nahdah Dist.
Ages: Elementary Boys
Curriculum: International and Islamic Studies
Phone: (KG) (02)-420-2525, (Elementary) (02)-420 2432 or (02)-420 2105 Email: info@ags.edu.sa

Ajool International School
Location:  Unknown
Ages:  Unknown
Curriculum:  CBSE
Phone:  050-312-2824
Email:  info@ajoolschool.com

Al-Abeer National School for Girls
Location:  Salama
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  012-6981447
Email:  UNKNOWN

Al Andalus School
Location:  Rawdah
Ages: KG-12th
Curriculum:  American
Phone:  0126828339 ext. 408 / 0558418918
Email:  info@as.sch.sa
http://www.as.sch.sa

Al-Anjal Al Aqeeq School
Location:  Off Amir Sultan, near Jarir Book Store
Ages: KG to Secondary (Boys only)
Curriculum:  American and National
Phone: 6830551 – 02 – 00966
Email: info@alanjal.com

Al-Barakah International School
Location:  Al Sharafeyyah
Ages:  Pre-school and above (separate boys and girls sections)
Curriculum: British, with focus on Urdu, Islamic Studies, Arabic and Social Studies.
Phone: 012 2600876
Email: barakainternationalschool@hotmail.com

Al-Bayan Model School for Girls
Location:  Al Andalus
Ages:  KG to Grade 12
Curriculum:  English Section-American or Tahfeez Section:  Arabic
Phone:  012 6611004
Email:  UNKNOWN
Please click here for their Arabic Website

Al Corniche International School
Location: Rehab District
Ages: KG to year 10
Curriculum:  British (separate boys and girls sections)
Phone: Girls Section: 0122 670 3856 .Boys Section: 0122 673 4529
Email: acisj251@yahoo.com  and alcorniche_1.school@yahoo.com

Al-Faisal International School
Location:  Rehab District
Ages: KG to Grade 8 (separate boys and girls sections)
Curriculum:  British with the following languages offered English, Arabic, French, Hindi and Urdu.
Phone:  (02) 6761955, (02) 6177686
Email: f.i.s@live.com
Click here for their Facebook page.

Al Falah International School – DPS Jeddah
Location:  Al-Rehab Dist.
Ages: Pre-Nursery to Grade 12 (separate boys and girls classes)
Curriculum:  Indian CBSE offering the following 2nd language studies Hindi, Urdu, Arabic, French, Kannada, Tamil, Bangali and Malayalam.
Phone: 966-2-675-4400,674-0197, 674-0597, 674-9065
E-mail: office@dpsjeddah.com

Al-Fouaz International School
Location: Al-Mosharafa
Ages: UNKNOWN
Curriculum: British
Phone: 012 6602333
Email: UNKNOWN

Al-Hamraa Girls School
Location: Close to Al Andalous Road
Ages:  KG to High School
Curriculum:  American, Arabic, and Special Education
Phone:  012 6570324, 012 6528609, 012 6528612, 012 6500649
Email:  info@alhamraaschool.edu.sa

Al-Hayat International School
Location: Al Sharafeyyah
Ages: KG and up
Curriculum: Indian CBSE, offers classes in English, Hindi, Urdu and Malayalam Phone: 012 6528663, 012 6528662
Email: alhayatis@hotmail.com
Click here for their Facebook page.

Al Hekma International School
Location: Baladiyyah
Ages: Pre-School to Grade 12
Curriculums: Philippine, American and French
Phone: 012 6670301, 012 6659959
Email: UNKNOWN

Al-Iqbal International School
Location: Al Badeaa and Rawdah
Ages: UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  American with Islamic Studies
Phone:  920003551, 056 6469066, 056 0603090
Email:  UNKNOWN

Al-Iqua Islamic School
Location:  Azizia
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  Islamic
Phone:  012 6610445
Email:  UNKNOWN

Al-Khozama International School
Location:  UNKNOWN
Ages:  UKG to class X
Curriculum:  Peeves/Indian
Phone:  03 8475112 , 8475113 (Jeddah number unavailable, this is for the Dammam Branch)
Email:  admin@alkhozama.org

Al Kon Al Amtawara International School
Location:  Al Hamara
Ages: KG to year 12
Curriculum: American and British
Phone:  012/6679793-00966555030920
Email:  kmischoolint@gmail.com

Al Kon International School (Global International School)
Location: Al Sharafiyah District
Ages:  KG to 12th Grade
Curriculum:  National Curriculum
Phone: 012 6523444, 012 6525054
Email:  info@gis.sch.sa

Al Maqased International School
Location: Near Al-Ahli stadium, Aziziya
Ages: KG1 to Grade 8. KG section includes both boys and girls. Separate section for boys up to grade 3 and girls up to grade 8.
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone: 012 679 5888, 012 675 6515, 012 673 6282
Email: office@almaqased.com
Click here for their Facebook page.

Al-Mawarid International School
Location: Al Azizeyyah
Ages: UNKNOWN
Curriculum: Indian/CBSE
Phone: 012 6688374, 012 6688375
Email: almawarid02@yahoo.com or info@almawaridschool.com

Al Mowhiba School
Location: UNKNOWN
Ages: UNKNOWN
Curriculum: UNKNOWN
Phone: 012 6813699, 012 6873606
Email: UNKNOWN

Al-Nakheel National School for Girls
Location: Al-Mosharafa and Al Rawda
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  012 6634750,  Rawda: 012 6652459
Email:  UNKNOWN

Al-Nujood Al-Mutawarah International School
Location:  North of King Road
Ages:  Nursery to Grade 3
Curriculum:  Unknown
Phone:  059 807 6719/012 215 2216
Email:  m.alnujood@hotmail.com
F
acebook click here.

Al-Nujoom International School (possibly closed)
Location: Ar Rabwah
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum: National, Boys only
Phone: 012 6981892 / 012 566191432
Email:  UNKNOWN

Al Omam International School (Al-Umam International School) Location: Al Rehab
Ages: KG to 12th Grade
Curriculum:  American
Phone:  012-6746557, 012 6741878
Email:  waljuaid@alomam.edu.sa or alomam_int@hotmail.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Al Rehab National School
Location: King Fahd Street
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone: 012 6727700
Email: al_rehab@yahoo.com

Al Rowad International School/Ideal Pioneers International School
Location:  Al Andalous
Ages:  KG to graduation (separate boys and girls sections)
Curriculum:  Islamic/British
Phone:  012-668-2431
Email: found via web page contact
http://ais.arrowad.sch.sa/newsite3/home.php

Al Safwa School
Location:  Al Safa
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  012 6821144
Email:  UNKNOWN

Al-Wadi International School
Location: Al Faysaleyyah
Ages: UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  British
Phone: 012 6838244, 012 6910281,  012 6983444
Email: admin@alwadischool.org OR aischools@gmail.com 

Al-Waha International School
Locations:  Al Azizeyyah
Ages: KG1 to Grade IX. (separate boys and girls sections)
Curriculum:  British
Phone:  Junior School: 054 9662332/4, 054 1617013
Boys Section:  012 6745420, 012 6745466, 012 0563982451
Girls Section:  012 6179928, 012 6765522, 054 1635956
Email: office@alwahaschool.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Al-Wurood International School
Location:  Girls Section: Old Airport, Jameah Street/ Boys Section: Palestine Street , Behind  Nigerian Consulate
Ages: Pre-school to Grade XII (separate boys and girls sections)
Curriculum:  Indian/CBSE (Separate boys and girls sections)
Phone: Boys Section 012 6720999 / Girls Section 012 6324479
Email: admin@alwuroodschool.org

Al-Yusr International School
Location: AlZahra Dist and Al Nahdah
Ages: KG to 12th Grade
Curriculum:  American and Islamic Studies and Special Education
Phone: +966-2-2060603 /+966-2-6994640
Email: via web page
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Al Zahra Private School for Girls
Location:  Al-Baghdadiya
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone: 966(12)6511172
Email:  UNKNOWN

Ambassadors School
Location:  Salamah District
Ages: 3-5 yrs old
Curriculum:  Montessori/ Holistic
Phone:  8001249000
Email: inquiries@ambassadors-schools.com
http://www.ambassadors-schools.com

American International School of Jeddah
Location: Al Zahra’a
Ages: PK-3 to 12th Grade
Curriculum: American
Phone: 6620051
Email: aisj@aisj.edu.sa
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Apple Tree Montessori (possibly closing June 2015)
Location:  West Sari Road
Ages:  3-6 yrs
Curriculum:  Montessori
Phone:  012-682-4350/ 050-520-5153
Email: email via contact page on web
http://www.appletreesch.com

Bader International School
Location: Faysaleyah District
Ages: KG to Secondary
Curriculum: Philippine (separate boys and girls sections)
Phone: 02 261 5234
Email: baderjeddah_edu@yahoo.com

Bangladesh International School- English Section
Location: Madinah Rd., Behind King Saud Mosque
Ages: Nursery to Year 13 (A Levels)
Curriculum:  British
Phone: 6528672, 6514218, 0560443449
Email: bisjeddah@gmail.com or individuals can be e mailed on via web page.
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Braeem Independent Living (school for special needs)
Location:  Al Naim
Ages: 2 yrs and up
Curriculum:  Special Education
Phone:  056 804 0980/012 6050858
Email:  info@biljeddah.org
Please click here for their Facebook page.
Web:  http://biljeddah.org  

Bear Hugs Pre-School
Location:  Al Hamra
Ages: 2 yrs old to 6 years old
Curriculum:  American
Phone:  012 665 3192
Email:  denise@bearhugs.info

Bellz Montessori
Location:  Khaldiyah
Ages:  Pre-School to age 6
Curriculum:  Montessori
Phone:  013 834 0500/ 056 966 4351
Email:  UNKNOWN
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Bright Minds Pre-school and Kindergarten
Location:  Naim Dist
Ages:  2 yrs old to 6 yrs old
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone;  0506622059, +966 (0)12 654 2505
Email:  info@brightmindsschool.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

British International School of Jeddah – The Continental School Location: 4 Km North of Tareekh Sq., West of Prince Sultan St.
Ages: KG to Year 13
Curriculum:  British
Phone:  (12) 699-0019 x 219
Email: conti@conti.sch.sa link via web page is provided as well
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Buds and Blossoms
Location:  Al-Sharafeyah
Ages:  Pre-K to Elementary (level unknown)
Curriculum:  CBSE
Phone:  012 660 2117

Building Blocks Private School
Location: Tahlia, Kaust Day Care, Thuwal
Ages:  day care for 2 mo to 2 years and Elementary
Curriculum: UNKNOWN
Phone: 02-6060755 / 012 606 2505
Email: docsss@yahoo.com

Cedar International School
Location: Al Bawadi
Ages: KG – 12
Curriculum: International
Phone: 012 6924742, 056 4272443
Email: cis_jed_schools@yahoo.com (linked via contact page on their website)
Please click here for their Facebook page.

City International School
Location:  Rehab
Ages:  18 months to 18 years
Curriculum:  British (main branches in Pakistan)
Phone:  012 619 8686
Email:  UNKNOWN

Coral International School
Location: Al Rawdah Age: KG and above (separate boys and girls section) Curriculum: American
Phone: 6832002
Email: info@coralschool.net or Sadig@dahlan.ne
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Dar Al Fikr School
Location:  Prince Majed Street
Ages:  KG to High School
Curriculum:  Islamic
Phone:  012 6311118
Email:  m.osman@FIKR.SCH.SA or h.shaheen@FIKR.SCH.SA

Dar Al Hannan School
Location:  Az Zahra
Ages: KG and above
Curriculum:  Arabic
Phone:  9200 29669
Email:  rawaby.omar@dhs.edu.sa

Dar Al Thikr for Boys
Location:  Al Naeem
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  Arabic
Phone:  012 659 0700
Email:  UNKNOWN

Dar Jana International School
Location: Al-Rawdah Dist./Al-Rehab/Heraa
Ages: Pre-school to 12th Grade
Curriculum:  American (separate boys and girls sections)
Tel: 6648310 / 6642808 / 6642899
Fax: 6642821
E-mail: dar_jana@djis.edu.sa
Tel: Rawda+966 2 6648310/966 2 6649110
Heraa+966 2 2068946/+966 2 2068718
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Duaa International School
Location: Shara e Amir Majid, Near Palisteen Road
Ages: KG – Grade 5
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone: UNKNOWN
Email:  UNKNOWN

Education Bridge International School/Jesser Al-Taleem International School
Location:  2 blocks behind Hyperpanda off Malak Road and 1 block from American School
Ages:  KG to Elementary
Curriculum:  American
Phone:  055 565 0528/ 050 666 0815/ 012 691 7744
Email:  ebischool.2013@gmail.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Ecole Francaise de Jeddah
Location: Enquire by phone.
Ages:  Pre-School and above
Curriculum:  French
Phone: +966 2691 5662 / 691 88 48
Email: lyceefrancaisjeddah@yahoo.fr
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Enchanted Garden Pre-School
Location:  Thalia
Ages:  PK to 6 years
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  054-691-6812
Email:  enchantedgarden.sa@gmail.com

Eritrean International School
Location:  Old Jeddah, Industrial City. Click here for map.
Ages:  UNKNOWN Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  UNKNOWN
Email:  eri-jed@outlook.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Ethopian International School
Location: Amir Sultan, Mohammadia
Ages:  High School
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone: 050 740 3223
Email:  UNKNOWN

EW International School
Location:  Al-Masaraa
Ages:  KG to ?
Curriculum:  Unknown
Phone:  059-449-0005
Email: sh.e.hammad@gmail.com

Fast TracKids
Location:  Thalia
Ages: 2 yrs old to 8 yrs old
Curriculum: Fast TracKids
Phone:  012 6616539
Email:  UNKNOWN

Future Experts
Location:  Khaldiyah
Ages:  KG (possibly younger)
Curriculum:  Unknown
Phone:  012-606-1500
email:  Unknown

Future Generation International School
Location:  Al Faiha district
Ages: KG to Elementary
Curriculum:  Montessori and Indian/British
Phone: 02 6304999 / (012) 260 0601
Email: admin@fgischool.com also via link on contact page.
Please click here for their Facebook page.

German International School
Location: Al Rabwah
Ages: Pre-school to grade 12
Curriculum: German
Phone: 6913584, 6918810
Email: info@german-school-jeddah.org and link on contact page

Gharnata International School
Location:  Rehab
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  Pakistani  (separate girls and boys sections)
Phone:  012 2873300
Ages:  UNKNOWN

Greek International School
Location: Al Hamraa
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone: 6716283
Email: greekschool2003@yahoo.gr

Green Hills International School (Al Rawabi Al Khadra)
Location:   Khaldiyah District
Ages: KG to 12th Grade
Curriculum: American (separate girls and boys sections)
Phone: 012 6063959, 012 6065282, 012 6063885
Email:  GHIS@maarif.com.sa
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Green Leaves Playgroup
Location:  Khaldiyah
Ages:  2 yrs to 6 yrs
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  050 5340002
Email:  UNKNOWN

Green Peaks (Land) International School (Ecole Internationale Du Pre Vert)
Location: Al Hamra District
Ages: 3 yrs to 18 yrs
Curriculum:  American
Phone: 055 506 1523 / 02- 651 7474
Email: info@gpi-sch.com

Hala International School
Location: Al-Azizia
Ages: PK to Grade 12
Curriculum:  British (separate boys and girls section)
Phone: 012-6715543, 0122-6715531
Email:  UNKNOWN
http://halaschool.com/?page_id=10
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Happy Sunshine Day Care
Location:  Mushrifa
Ages: 3 months to 5 years
Curriculum:  American
Phone:  055 3808404

The Help Center  (school for special needs)
Location:  Hamara
Ages:  Infant to 18yrs
Curriculum:  Special Education
Phone:  (+996-2) 6631113
Email:   info@helpcenter.med.sa

Hera International School
Location:  Aziziyah
Ages: 2 yrs 9 months to Grade 8
Curriculum:  British
Phone:  012-668-8568/ 012 665-5411
Email:  heraschoolj@yahoo.com
http://www.hera-school.com

Hitteen National School for Girls
Location:  As-Salamah
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone;  +966 12 6621346
Email:  UNKNOWN

HOPE for Exceptional Needs (special education offered)
Location: Al Nadha
Ages: open
Curriculum:  Special Education
Phone:  012 699 6475
Email:  uzma.raheem@hopeksa.org

Imperial International School
Location:  Al Rawda
Ages:  Nursery to Grade 12
Curriculum:  International
Phone:  012 2633331
Email:  UNKNOWN

International Indian School Jeddah
Location: Al Azizeyyah girls/ Rehab boys
Ages: LKG to Class XII
Curriculum:  Indian/CBSE (separate boys and girls sections)
Phone:  Boys 012 6751536,012 6711934 and Girls 012 6721607, 012 6718345
Email: admin@indianschooljeddah.com

International Philippine School
Location:  Old Jeddah, Industrial City
Ages:  PK to High School
Curriculum:  Philippine
Phone:  012 671-6445,  012 671-6458
Email:  UNKNOWN

Italian International School of Jeddah
Location: North Corniche Road, opp Resthouse El Corniche
Ages: KG to Grade 5 (possibly higher, was unable to find more information) Curriculum:  Italian
Phone: 6061903, 6064335
Email: scuolaitalianagedda@hotmail.com
To view their Facebook page please click here.

Jack N Jill (accepts special needs children)
Location:  Khaldiyah
Ages:  Nursery/KG
Curriculum:  British
Phone:  050-736-9963
Email:  Unknown
https://www.facebook.com/jack.n.jill.967?fref=ts

Jazeerat Al Uloom School for Girls in Jeddah
Location:  Al Salamah and
Ages:  KG to High School
Curriculum:  Islamic
Phone:  Infant and Toddler: 012 6621488 – 012 6838172
Pre-School: 012 6919665 – 012 6919664
Secondary: 012 6919665
Email:  UNKNOWN
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Jeddah Campus Pre-School

Location:  Khaldiyah
Ages:  Nursery to age 6
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  966-12-6061101, +966-565684400
Email:  jcs@jcs.edu.sa
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Jeddah Grammar International School
Location:  Bani Malak
Ages:  2.9 yrs to Grade 3 (8 yrs)
Curriculum:  British
Phone:  012672 7771
Email:  info@jgis-sa.org or admissions@jgis-sa.org

Jeddah International School
Location: Al Khaledeyyah Ages: KG to 12th Grade
Curriculum:  American and French
Phone: 6061253, 6061342, 6065700
Email: jedinter@yahoo.com

Jeddah Knowledge International School
Location:  Al Salamah District
Ages: KG to 12th Grade
Curriculum:  American (separate boys and girls sections)
Phone: 966 2 691-7367, 966 2 691-3974
Email: jksinfo@jks.edu.sa

Jeddah Prep and Grammar School
Location: Naim
Ages: Nursery to year 13
Curriculum:  British/Dutch
Phone: 012 654 2354
Email: via contact page on their Website.

Jeddah Private School:
Location:  Al Nahda District
Ages:
Curriculum:
Phone:  +966 12 694 0435
email:   jps@jps-edu-sa.org
Boys Section Facebook
Girls Section Facebook

Jeddah Private International School
Location:  Al Naeem
Ages:  KG to Grade 3 boys/ KG to Grade 6 girls (adding one new section each year) Curriculum:  SABIS
Phone:  012064309
Email: ipis@sabis.net

Jeddah World Academy International School
Location:  Ash Shati (near Red Sea Mall)
Ages:  Nursery to KG2
Curriculum:  American
Phone:  0543377711
E mail:  jeddah_world@hotmail.com
http://jeddahworldacademy.edu.sa

Jeel Al Faisel Model Private School for Boys
Location:  Al Safa
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  012-6935590
Email:  UNKNOWN

Kids Campus
Location:  Khaldiyah
Ages:  KG (possibly younger)
Curriculum:  Unknown
Phone:  059-608-0131
Email:  info@kidscampusgroup.com

Kids Time Nursery/Daycare
Location:  Al Naeem
Ages: Nursery-KG
Curriculum:  French/English
Phone:  012-654-3111/ 056-969-3798/012-699-6475
Email:  Unknown

Kids Town
Location: Naeem (Naim) District
Ages: 1 month old up to 6 years
Curriculum:  Islamic and American
Phone: 055-015-5311, 054 328 9884
Email:  mail@dewdropis.com

http://www.dewdropis.com

Korean International School
Location: Al Andalous
Ages: UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  02 667 3704
Email: kisij@zajil.net
Please click here to connect on Twitter.

Liens Private School
Location:  Rawdah
Ages:  KG (possible younger)
Curriculum:  Unknown
Phone:  6642121 – 0544446611
Email:  liens.school@gmail.com

http://liensschool.com

Little 1’s Daycare
Location:  Rawdah and Khaldiyah behind King Faisal Hospital
Ages:  Infant to KG
Curriculum:  Unknown
Phone:  (546) 461-471
Email:  info@little1sdaycare.com
http://little1sdaycare.com

Little Caterpillars Clubhouse
Location:  Map on Facebook page
Ages: 6 months to 8 years
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone;  054 099 7755
Email:  UNKNOWN

Little Smarties Pre-School
Location:  Alnahdah dist, behind Al Jazeera Bank, Malik road
Ages: 3 month to KG
Curriculum:  American
Phone: 0548918803
Email: littlesmartiesinfo@gmail.com

Little Sprouts
Location:  Safa District
Ages: Nursery- KG
Curriculum:  Unknown
Phone:  053-503-1101
Email:  Unknown
Facebook click here.

Mahad Al Uloom International School

Location:  Old Makkah Road ,Madain AL Fahad, Kilo 5
Ages: KG to Secondary
Curriculum: Indian/CBSE
Phone:  012 6893233
Email:  misjeddah@gmail.com

Majestic School
Location:  Zahra
Ages:  Nursery to Grade 5 Girls/ Nursery to Grade 3 Boys
Curriculum:  Arabic and American
Phone:  012- 692-9895
Email:  majestic@majesticschool.com
http://majesticschool.com

Mama Et Moi
Location:  Off of Madina Road near Maternity Hospital
Ages: 1-3 yrs
Curriculum:  Parent/Nanny must accompany
Phone:  055 056 9333
Email:  Unknown

Manarat Jeddah Schools for Boys and Girls
Location: Al Amir Mitab
Ages: boys grade 1 to 12, girls KG to grade 12
Curriculum: American and British (separate boys and girls sections)
Phone: 026742402
Email: hinfo@manaratjeddahschools.com

Mommy Deb’s Day Care
Location:  Al Salamah
Ages:  Infant to KG
Curriculum:  unknown
Phone:  059-167-7161
Email:  MommyDeb’sDayCareIS@gmail.com

My Little House and House of Knowledge
Location:  Al Andalous
Ages:  KG – grade 12
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  012 6659743, 012 6602212, 012 6652609, 012 6652490
Email:  UNKNOWN

My Little Kingdom School
Location:  Rawdah
Ages:  KG- 9 (KG mixed class, 1-9 girls only)
Curriculum:  International/Saudi
Phone:  012 639 3951
Email:  unknown

New Generation International School
Locations:  Al Safa
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone:  2370223
Email:  UNKNOWN

Nobles International School
Location:  Rawdah
Ages:  KG to Grade 12
Curriculum:  American
Phone: 643288
Email: nobles_school@hotmail.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Novel International School
Location:  Thahliya, Rehab Dist.
Ages: KG1 to Year X
Curriculum:  Indian/CBSE
Phone: 966-12-6755403, 6726666
Email:  novelschool@gmail.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Pakistan International School
Location: Aziziya
Ages: 3 yrs old to 18 yrs old
Curriculum:  Pakistani
Phone:  012 6724166, 012 6723847
Email:  info@pisj.sch.sa and link via contact page
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Pakistan International School (English Section)
Location: Al Azizeyyah
Ages: PG to Year 13
Curriculum:  British
Phone:: 6720622, 6738670
Email: pakintschool@pisj-es.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Riyadh Al- Atfal National School for Girls
Location: Ash-Sharafiya
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone; +966 12 6518412
Email:  UNKNOWN

Saad International School
Location:  Bani Malik
Ages:  KG1-grade 8
Curriculum:  British
phone:  0556853854/0543779455/0542885339

Saudi City Playschool
Location:  Khaldiyah
Ages:  2 yrs old to 6 yrs old
Curriculum:  British
Phone:  056 976-9775
Email:  saudicityplayschool14@hotmail.com

Seer Al Hidaya International School
Location:  UNKNOWN
Ages:  KG to A Level
Curriculum:  British
Phone:  6608004
Email:  UNKNOWN

Sunflower Kids
Location:  Rawda
Ages:  3yrs to 6 yrs old
Curriculum:  British
Phone:  UNKNOWN
Email:  UNKNOWN

Sunshine School
Location:  Khaldiyah
Ages: KG (possibly younger)
Curriculum: Special Curriculum
Phone:  012-606-0958
Email:  info@sunshineschool.edu.sa
http://www.sunshineschool.edu.sa/home.html

Talal International School
Location: At Bagdadiya
Age:   KG to grade VIII
Curriculum: Indian/CBSE (separate boys and girls sections)
Phone: 6512505, 6512216
Email:  talalschool@gmail.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Thamer International School
Location: As Salamah,
Ages: Pre K to Grade 12
Curriculum:  International
Phone: 12-6977033 Email: info@tis.edu.sa
Please click here and here for their Facebook pages.

The City School International
Location: Villa #36,Al Shajwa- Al –Aneef Street # 4,Rehaab District#6, Behind City Plaza/ Jarir Mall, Off Tahila street (last signal). Jeddah.
Ages: UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone: 6198686, 6718686
Email: tcsjeddah@yahoo.com

Turkish International School
Location:  Al Zahra
Ages:  UNKNOWN
Curriculum:  Turkish
Phone: 012 2384633, 012 2384634,  012 257 2825
Email: cuto1996@hotmail.com
Please click here for their Facebook page.

Waad Academy
Location:  Amir Sultan (North Jeddah/Obhur)
Ages:  Grade 1-8
Curriculum:  Cambridge Independent School
Phone:  9200 14774
Email:  experience@waadacademy.edu.sa
Click here to view their Facebook page

Young Entrepreneur School
Location: Al Naeem
Ages:  KG to grade 12
Curriculum:  UNKNOWN
Phone: 012 612-7670
Email: info@yes.sa.com

Zahrat Al-Sahraa International School
Location: Al Hamara
Ages:  Daycare to Grade 12
Curriculum:  American
Phone: 0126671199
Email:  Admissions: riham.elkhatib@zsi.sch.sa,
Academic offices:   academics@zsi.sch.sa

Kid’s Winter Camps 2015

If you have to work during the break, or just want to keep your kids from getting bored, a winter camp may be just the ticket. Below you will find locations for camps, prices and contact info. Some of these camps start soon, so you may have to act quickly.

Young Chefs Academy

There is still time to enjoy the second week of Young Chefs Academy’s Around the World in 10 Days Camp. It runs from January 18th-22nd for girls aged 4-16 and boys aged 4-10. Your child can attend either the 10am-12pm session, or the 2pm-4pm session. Kids will cook for 90 minutes, then have either art sessions or Zumba classes for the remaining 30 minutes.Young Chefs Academy is located on Malik Road. Call 053 244 4025 to register.

Young Rembrandts

Young Rembrandts is running a drawing program for kids aged 4-12 at the ALIF Center January 18th-22nd from 11am-1pm. The fee is 600sr for all 4 days. Call 054 215 3779 to register.

 Visual Arts Club

Children can have a great time learning about other cultures this winter at the Visual Arts Club. Participants will hear stories about other countries, design traditional clothing, play games, make crafts, and cook ethnic foods. The camp is open to boys and girls aged 5-11. It will run every day from January 17th-22nd from 1pm-3pm. The fee for this 5-day camp is 1,000SR. Your child can also join in gymnastics classes from 3pm-4pm each day. The fee for the camp and gymnastics package is 1,400SR. Visual Arts Club is located in Al Rawdah at Al Attar Center. If you have questions, or you would like to register your child, please call or Whatsapp 055 604 7070.

Friends Zone

Kids aged 3-12 years old can enjoy cooking, games, swimming, movies, crafts and learning about Islamic culture. The camp takes place January 15th-25th from 10am-2pm, 4pm-8:30pm.The fee is 1,200sar for this ten day camp. Please call 012 622 4344, 012 622 4345 or 053 365 7700.

Enchanted Garden’s Environmental/Conservation Camp

If you would like to teach your children about conservation, recycling and the environment this might be a great week long camp for the children. The camp is from Jan 18-22nd from 1030-130pm. This camp is for children 5-10 yrs old. The weekly fee is 850SAR or you can pay a daily rate of 300SAR. This camp will mainly be taught in Arabic. The camp is being held at Enchanted Garden in Tahlia, located two block behind SABB Bank.

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House of Etiquette–in coordination with Enchanted Garden

A second camp offered at Enchanted Garden is their Etiquette Camp.  Etiquette classes begin January 18-22nd for children 6-12yrs old.

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