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  • We have a separate curriculum called EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) system for the KG Level. It ensures the different skills that are essentially required for a child of 4 to 6 years. The Students in KG Section enjoy Smart Classrooms based on phonemes and expressionistic techniques. By the end of the year, they imbibe the skills of motor, fine motor, cognitive and aesthetic.
  • The students of Gr.01 to 08 follow the NCERT (CBSE) in full swing and the textbooks are selected on the basis of its student-friendly presentations. Along with CCE Programmes, students' scholastic and co-scholastic areas are tested and required enhancement programmes are suggested. Apart from the main languages like Hindi and Malayalam, the non-Indians are given the option of choosing Additional Englsih as their Main Language. As a suppot to the students who opt Malayalam/ Hindi as main language to learn Additional Hindi and Additional Malayalam in basic mode.
  • The students of Grade 09 and 10 follow the SCERT (Kerala Board) Curriculum. We chose the State Board as we found the syllabus of SCERT stands always unique and a model to other curricula in India and abroad. Stability and updated status are the major highlights of this curriculum. The present revision of
  • Assessment Pattern of CBSE is the typical pattern of SCERT that has been following for years since its inception. 

 Moral Education Curriculum

Success in practical life is not limited to acquiring knowledge and academic achievement. It is also based on helping students to have balanced characters built on ethics, knowledge and culture, with the values of justice, tolerance and noble actions at their core.

---- Ministry of Education

The Moral Education Programme (MEP) is compulsory for all students in Year 2 – Year 13.  It was introduced by the UAE Government to ensure students are knowledgeable about their context within the UAE and to foster core skills and values in each individual to support their development into young adults and able to confidently and effectively take their place in a modern and multicultural society. It aims to:

  • Sustain the UAE’s success as a tolerant, open and respectful society
  • Educate students on, and preserve the UAE’s, traditions, heritage, culture, values and morality
  • Develop in our young people the personal qualities required to coexist in the multicultural context of the UAE and globally, wherever their future takes them
  • Prepare students to be able to make morally sound decisions
  • Prepare the next generation to be responsible and resilient citizens, knowledgeable about their rights and responsibilities, who can contribute to their communities and to the nation

These aims are developed in the teaching programme through four main areas (or pillars) of learning and study:

The four pillars are linked to each other, with building moral thinking and character forming the basis of the programme. Critical thinking, learning and communication skills are also developed through the programme, which will support students in all aspects of their education, in school and beyond.

Parental Involvement:

In supporting our students to become young adults who are equipped with the skills to succeed in today’s modern and multicultural world, it is essential to work with parents. We ask that you engage with the pillars and content of the Moral Education Programme and discuss school lessons and topics with your child and take an active interest in homework activities set.

Further information can be found at: www.moraleducation.ae


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