Overview of UK Curriculum

The mission of our school is to provide high quality education aimed at nurturing the development of the "total child" concept, while emphasising a solid foundation in the basic subject areas. Broadly based on the National Curriculum of England, these subjects are introduced mainly through topics on a cross curricular basis. For effective teaching and learning, a wide variety of teaching styles are used. To facilitate this, children are taught as a whole class, individually or in groups. Depending on the type of work to be covered, these groups are linked by ability, personality, or other criteria.

Curriculum Aims:

  1. To offer a broad, balanced, challenging curriculum that, as well as fulfilling the National Curriculum, develops confidence, aesthetic awareness, sense of fair-play, sound moral values and self-esteem. To provide first hand experiences that encourage the pupil to question, investigate and seek solutions.
  2. To develop a home/school partnership as a basis for successful education in which the parents share responsibilities with the school and play a major part as co-educators of their child.
  3. To develop the child's confidence, self-knowledge, skills and attitudes towards learning which will enable him/her to grow towards being a caring, responsible member of the wider community.
  4. To enhance our pupils' awareness and appreciation of cultures, including their own.

Pupils will be educated to the highest standards in a warm, friendly, secure and conservative environment. The environmental conditions to learning are further achieved by the school's healthy and balanced emphasis on discipline and fostering respect by all, for all.

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Sharjah Education Council

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