MISSION & VISION
AIMS & GOALS
DSIB Online Parent Questionnaire
The Third National Survey 2013
IGCSE Mock 2 Examination – March 2014 Time Table
AS/ A Level Mock 2 Examination – March 2014 Time Table
Career and Educational Fair – Thursday, 27th February 2014, 9:00am – 1:00pm
The Junior School’s programme encourages and supports all students to acquire the highest standards of knowledge and skills that students should acquire in Foundation stage through Year 2. It is a broad, balanced and differentiated programme of study, complying with the National Curriculum.
Foundation Stage- Foundation Stage Curriculum programme is based on the ‘Early Years Foundation Stage Principles which identifies the skills, knowledge and attitudes children should acquire in the seven areas of learning: Communication and Language, Physical Development, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Mathematics, Literacy, Understanding the World, Expressive Arts and Design.
The Middle School Programme covers the National Curriculum framework for Key Stages 2 and 3. The MOE framework is used for Islamic Education and Arabic. Students in Years 3, 6 and 8 are provided appropriate transition opportunities for the next phase of learning. Students cover a range of subjects such as Arabic, Islamic Education, English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, Art, PE, Modern Foreign Languages and Values Education. ICT is an integral part of all curriculum areas further to which there is an opportunity with dedicated ICT lessons. The Middle School curriculum plan lays great emphasis on providing students opportunities of experiential learning and develops 21st Century Learning Skills.
The Senior School sets forth a challenging course that leads to development of successful learners who are confident enough to become global citizens of tomorrow. The Senior School provides a vibrant and stimulating environment, where students continue with academic challenges whilst preparing for the independence of university, further education or employment. The senior school students take an active role in the whole school, running the School Student Council and acting as mentors and role models for the younger students. The students are prepared to take the University of Cambridge International Examination, which comprises of Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS and A levels.