Our Primary stage follows the 2014 National Curriculum of England. It’s a broad and balanced curriculum that establishes clear guidelines and standards for subjects, while allowing teachers the freedom to shape the curriculum to their students’ needs.
The Key Stage 1 curriculum builds on the learning from the Foundation Stage to ensure there is continuation and progression as the children move into more formal lessons.
Children participate in carefully planned, engaging activities which motivates and develops their love of learning.
This curriculum is enhanced with trips, theme days and specialist teaching.
PE, swimming, library lessons, music, Arabic (native and non-native) Muslim students, Social studies.
Our classrooms reflect the subject being taught and our displays reinforce learning. This allows children to become independent learners by immersion in our English and Maths concepts.
Workshops for parents are offered throughout the year to support home learning in reading, phonics, spelling and Maths.
This is when children begin to acquire more independent learning skills, self-assessment opportunities and time to reflect on their learning. We teach the full range of subjects within the UK National Curriculum:
To prepare students for an ever-changing, fast-paced world, it’s important to encourage growth in all aspects of their lives. That’s why at Amity International School, we provide an all-round education that allows students to excel intellectually, academically and socially, both inside and outside of the classroom.
Every child takes Arabic, Islamic (for Muslims only) and Social studies weekly, for native and non-native. These classes are taught by specialist and qualified teachers who are approved by ADEK. Classes are taught through a conversation between the children and teacher, and are given Arabic songs and online resources which they can use to support their studies at home. The Arabic department tries their best to ensure the non-native speakers feel confident when sharing sentences with their groups in the class.
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