Course Options

Course Options

Early Years Foundation Stage

Early Years Foundation Stage comprises of Foundation Stage 1 and Foundation Stage 2. Initiation into school through fun-filled and stimulating activities by caring teachers helps each student to view schooling very positively, an attitude which contributes immensely towards developing lifelong learning skills.

This ensures that the transition from home to school is easy and enjoyable. The learning in a safe, secure and happy environment leads to healthy social and interactive skills, greater self-esteem and good development of basic cognitive and motor abilities.

The activity-based programme ensures individual participation and growth and equal emphasis is laid on developing reading, speaking, listening and writing skills.

The Foundation Stage children are suitably prepared for literacy and numeracy. Phonic methods and well-graded writing patterns follow a comprehensive foundation-building programme. The focus is on both individuals as well as group activities.

Key Stage 1 [Years 1 and 2]

Key Stage 1 comprises of Year 1 and Year 2. The school recognises and values the need for the Foundation Stage to be strengthened during Key Stage 1. The teaching strategies or the all-round development of the students, every aspect of learning and growing is catered to with accurate planning and perfection. We encourage every student to observe, explore, reason and conclude on the basis of their classroom learning. Students are encouraged to develop skills of reasoning, problem-solving and creative thinking.

Core Subjects

  1. Islamic Education
  2. Arabic for Arabs
  3. Arabic for Non Arabs
  4. English
  5. Mathematics
  6. Science
  7. Humanities (History and Geography)
  8. UAE Social Studies (Arabs and Non Arabs)
  9. Moral Education
  10. Personal Social Health Citizenship Economic Education (PSHCEE)
  11. Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  12. Physical Education (PE)
  13. Music
  14. Art


Key Stage 2 [Years 3 to 6]

Key Stage 2 encompasses Year 3 to Year 6. Students get introduced to the analytical process and through individual and group projects, as well as pursuing the carefully planned and balanced curriculum, start to rationalise and think independently. The curriculum sets challenging targets and yet, its methodical implementation encourages each student to pursue individual targets and goals.

This is the stage of enhanced learning, evolving and growing, physically, intellectually and emotionally. Academic and non-academic pursuits begin to complement each other very noticeably and the school's philosophy remains committed to nurturing and valuing each student's talents.

These are the years during which the students strengthen their foundation in Academics and are prepared for the challenges of advanced study in Key Stage 3 and 4.

The increased emphasis on extra-curricular activities further encourages initiative, innovations and development of talent in personal areas of interest. The foundation subjects at this stage contribute towards the creative development of the student. Apart from aiding children's physical development, Physical Education teaches the discipline of the mind and body, while Art contributes to the learning of presentation and creativity skills. Music inculcates knowledge of harmony.

Public Speaking, Drama and Elocution aid in the expressive capability of the student, especially incorrect pronunciation and intonation in the languages spoken. They also aid in the development of confidence, preparing students to ultimately face the challenges of the professional world.

Core Subjects 

  1.    Islamic Education (Arabs and Non- Arabs)
  2.    Arabic for Arabs
  3.    Arabic for Non-Arabs
  4.    English
  5.    Mathematics
  6.    Science
  7.    Humanities (History and Geography)
  8.    UAE Social Studies
  9.    Moral Education
  10.    French (Year 4, 5 & 6)
  11.    Personal Social Health Citizenship Economic Education (PSHCEE)
  12.    Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  13.    Physical Education (PE)
  14.    Music
  15.    Art

Key Stage 3 [Years 7 to 9]

The challenge of the foundation and formative years having been met successfully, the student is now ready for the next stage - the stage of creative and accelerated learning. The students become aware of the need to set daily goals and have long-term objectives.

These three years expose the pupils to a wide range of subjects. This integrated academic programme lays the perfect foundation for the IGCSE subject options for Year 10 and beyond, helping the students to attain a high level of success at the IGCSE Examination.

The school's resolve to nurture and develop the talents of each individual remains as firm as ever and besides helping the student to pursue high goals, the option to further develop skills and talent in a range of additional learning opportunities.

Core Subjects

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science 
  • UAE Social Studies

Other Subjects

  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Humanities ( History & Geography)
  • French
  • Arabic (for Arabic Speakers)
  • Arabic (for non-Arabic Speakers)
  • Islamic Studies (For Muslim Students) or PSHCEE (For non-Muslim Students)
  • Moral Education
  • Art 
  • Physical Education

Key Stage 4 (Year 10 and 11)

Core Subject

  • English ( CIE Subject )
  • Mathematics ( CIE Subject )
  • Islamic Education / PSHCEE ( School Assessed )
  • Physical Education ( School Assessed )
  • Moral Education (Year 10) ( School Assessed )
  • Moral Education (Year 11) ( School Assessed )
  • UAE Social Studies (Year 10)

Optional Subjects(Choice of 6)

Options may vary for each Academic Year.

  • Biology
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Economics
  • Business Studies
  • French
  • Geography
  • Chemistry
  • Sociology
  • Physical Education
  • Accounting
  • English Literature
  • Environmental Management
  • Physics
  • Art and Design
  • Computer Science
  • Global Perspectives
  • ICT
  • History
  • Arabic (Compulsory for Arabs)
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Psychology

Sixth Form (Year 12 and 13)

Students are required to select 4 subjects.

All courses lead to AS and A levels examination. Options may vary for each Academic Year.

Optional Subjects

  • Accounting
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Sociology
  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Information Technology
  • Computer Science 
  • Psychology
  • Geography
  • Art & Design
  • Travel & Tourism
  • History
  • Global Perspective
  • Moral Education (Year 12) ( School Assessed )
  • Moral Education (Year 13) ( School Assessed )