In pre-school, children learn through direct hands-on experience with people, objects, events, and ideas in the light of Islamic teachings. It is ensured that their experiences are active , pleasant and safe. Trained teachers who understand child development and are knowledgeable about the important areas of learning in the pre-school years offer guidance and support in a friendly and peaceful environment. The system prepares the child to read and write at a very early age.
The elementary school system lays the foundation for more structured learning experiences.
3. Languages – English, Urdu and Arabic
6. Computer studies
7. Social Studies
9. Physical Education
Language skills are taught through various interactive and communicative activities. Mathematics is introduced with basic arithmetic, moving on to geometry and basic algebra. The child’s academic skills are also developed during this time.
Science is taught to develop critical skills with strong observation and integration of scientific Islamic laws. Children have regularly scheduled physical education sessions. Children also learn art including Islamic art like calligraphy.
In Junior School, children are taught the following subjects:
2. Islamic Studies
8. Social Studies
Teachers encourage active learning and frequently allow children to make meaningful choices in the light of Islamic teachings. Teachers build and elaborate on the child’s current knowledge and abilities with reference to Islamic principles promoting interactive learning and encourage the child’s construction of knowledge on the basis of Islam.
Children achieve various religious, social, emotional, linguistic, physical, and cognitive goals throughout the years.