Primary School  


Key Stage 1
Age Group: 5 - 7 Years Old
Classes: Year 1 - 2
Curriculum: National Curriculum of England and Wales


At Key Stage 1 we encourage children to collaborate, think critically and creatively, promoting a strong self-image, develop respect for others and become independent learners. We help them to take responsibility for their own learning through shared and clear objectives, success criteria and targets.We strongly believe that children have a ‘window of opportunity’ during the early stages of learning, and work in close partnership with parents to ‘make learning irresistible’ by tapping children’s imagination and inquisitiveness



The National Curriculum programmes of study is implemented to secure key literacy and numeracy skills, and scientific approaches required to move on with ease and competence to the next phase of learning.


A high-quality History and Geography (Humanities) education inspires in pupils a curiosity and fascination about the past and the present world and its people, diverse places, change and continuity, and begin to understand the Earth’s key features. It encourages the use of research skills and inquiry process.

To find out more about the National Curriculum of England and Wales click here

Key Stage 2
Age Group: Ages 7 – 11 Years old
Classes: Year 3 - 6
Curriculum: National Curriculum of England and Wales


At Key Stage 2, students are introduced to a range of subjects such as Arabic, Islamic Education, English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, Art, PE, Modern Foreign Languages, Values Education and Computing. Students also study Thinking Skills and develop strategies such as Consider All Factors (CAF) and Plus Minus Integrity (PMI). ICT is an integral part of all curriculum areas further to which there is an opportunity for dedicated ICT lessons also.

The curriculum plan lays great emphasis on providing students opportunities of experiential learning and developing 21st Century Learning Skills.

At this stage the school offers opportunities for exciting field trips, community service and to develop a sound understanding of the culture, economy and traditions of the UAE and the modern world.

Students also experience leadership opportunities to be able to MAKE THE DIFFERENCE - to solve problems and analyse critically.

To find out more about the National Curriculum of England and Wales click here