Key Stage 1
English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, French, Computing, Social Studies, Design & Technology, Art, Arabic, Islamic Studies, Music and Physical Education Children learn best when they actively participate in the learning process.
Learning through structured play and a regular programme of field trips forms an integral part of the Kindergarten and Key Stage 1 curriculum.
Supported by a well-resourced library, computer facilities and music studio, students in Kindergarten and Key Stage 1 are encouraged to explore and develop their natural abilities and talents.
By the end of Year 2, it is expected that all students would have developed social skills, an enthusiasm for learning, will be able to read and write and use simple mathematics at a level appropriate for their age or beyond. They will have gained a significantly improved understanding of our world through knowledge of elementary history, geography and science. Of course, they will have begun to develop their creative talents in art and music alongside their physical development through dance, games and gymnastic activities.