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AlephYa schools are committed to providing world class excellence in education through the delivery and adoption of advanced educational programmes and creative learning methods; set in an environment that helps our teachers foster, care and shape tomorrow’s leaders, thinkers and inventors. Our approach to education extends beyond the classroom where students can learn real-world application and significance of their lessons and concepts. This is achieved through well-defined strategies that our teachers adopt to enable students to feel inspired to learn more, know more; thereby enriching their entire educational experience. Technology and integrated learning factors into every aspect of learning at an AlephYa school; just like sports, art, design, engineering, robotics, science and a strong cultural understanding. At AlephYa, we aim to unleash imagination, nurture creativity and deliver excellence, so that our students are prepared and well-equipped to take on challenges in their life ahead, while pursuing their dreams.

Our Curriculums

American Curriculum

The American Curriculum encourages students to study a broad range of subjects throughout their school career. Schooling is broken down into Elementary (4 to 11 years of age), Middle School (11 to 13 years of age) and High School (14 to 18 years of age, Freshman/Senior), with teaching focused on academia, personal and social development. At elementary level, students concentrate on developing essential skills such as reading, writing and arithmetic, physical education, music, arts, science, history and geography. Foreign languages are often introduced in Middle School.

By Middle and High School level, the curriculum becomes more flexible, with students offered a selection of compulsory subjects (like Math, English, Science, English and Social Studies) and elective classes (foreign languages, economics, art, etc). Students are regularly assessed by their teachers and receive annual report cards. They can also earn credits from their subjects that can be used toward College entry. Students will leave High School with a High School Diploma. Those wishing to attend university will have to take either a Standardized Assessment Test (SAT) or an Advanced Placement (AP) program, which are administered at their school by the College Board on behalf of all universities. The American Curriculum is recognized by all US and Canadian universities and also universities globally.

Age Groups: Pre-KG to Grade 12, 4 to 18 year olds

The National Curriculum for UK

Established in 1988 and followed by schools across the United Kingdom and thousands of British schools around the world, the UK National Curriculum is designed to provide pupils with an introduction to the essential knowledge that they need to be educated citizens.

A broad and balanced curriculum, it focuses on the moral, cultural, mental and physical development of each child, so as to prepare them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life. Year groups are divided into Key Stages, from Early Years, Key Stages 1 to 4 through to Sixth Form, with students formally assessed at the end of each Key Stage.

Teaching and learning take an enquiry-based approach, with an emphasis on problem solving and nurturing students’ ability to learn. Additional Humanities, Languages and Arts subjects, together with Personal, Health and Social Education and Physical Education are mandated for students up to the age 15.
At 16 years of age, all students will also sit public examinations – GCSE’s or IGCSE’s – and may then study further until age 18 when they will usually sit 3 or 4 A (Advanced) level exams or equivalent which are a pre-requisite for university entry.
After GCSEs, students may choose to pursue either an academic or vocational track. Students on a vocational track can choose to obtain a work qualification such as the BTEC or OCR Nationals. Students continuing on an academic track attend sixth form colleges during Years 12 and 13.

Age Groups: FS 1 to Year 13, 3 to 18 year olds

Ministry of Education (MOE) Curriculum, UAE

The Ministry of Education (MoE) is the UAE federal entity responsible for education in all public schools. It has developed a national curriculum framework for a broad range of subjects, based on a set of standards and learning outcomes. This curriculum has been designed with a special emphasis on UAE values and culture. Arabic is the medium of instruction for all subjects except English. Private schools administering the MoE curriculum are divided into Kindergarten (KG1 to KG2), Cycle 1 (Grades 1-4), Cycle 2 (Grades 5-8) and Cycle 3 (Grades 9-12). The focus in the Kindergarten years is to develop social skills and provide opportunities for students to build their self-confidence. Throughout Grades 1-8, students study the following subjects: Islamic Education, Arabic, Social Studies, Moral Education, English, Mathematics, Sciences, Arts, Health and Physical Education, and Design and Technology. In cycle 3, students are allocated into one of two tracks: General or advanced. Within each track, all subjects are compulsory. While both tracks include Arts and Science subjects, the advanced track has more emphasis on high-level Mathematics and Sciences. Students can choose their track based on their capabilities and interests. A diagnostic assessment for English and Mathematics is administered to all students in Grades 1-4. The assessment is developed externally by the MoE and provided to schools prior to administration. For the Arabic subject, a diagnostic assessment is administered to all students in Grades 1-12. Summative assessments for Grades 4-12 include formal externally-developed examinations for English, Mathematics, Arabic, Science, Islamic Education and Social Studies at the end of terms 1, 2 and 3. In Grade 12, students are required to sit Thanawiya al Amma examinations, depending on the track they are enrolled in. Successful completion of the Grade 12 Thanawiya al Amma examinations allows students to apply for admission to federal universities within the UAE. All students in Grades 3-9 studying MOE curriculum must take ACER-IBT assessment in Arabic, Mathematics and Science (Arabic versions)

Ministry of Education (MOE) Curriculum, KSA

The Ministry of Education manages school education in Saudi Arabia. The state schools follow a Saudi general curriculum that is mainly in Arabic and more focus is laid on Islamic education. In grade 4, English is introduced in state schools and there are separate classes for female and male students. In the Primary stage Grades KG-6, the goal is to develop basic literacy and numeracy skills, and the feeling of responsibility towards the society. At the end of grade 6, students are required to take an exam, and those who pass receive an elementary education certificate and are eligible for the next educational level. In the Intermediate stage, i.e. Grades 7-9, the goal is to develop intellectual and scientific thinking skills, encourage pupils to seek knowledge through scientific reasoning, and also prepare students for secondary educational level. Students who pass this educational level obtain an intermediate school certificate and are eligible for proceeding on to the Secondary stage. The curriculum during the primary and intermediate levels focus primarily on subjects like Mathematics, History, Islamic Education, Fine Arts, Geography, Science, Arabic Language, Home Economics for girls, Civics, and Physical Education for boys. At the Secondary level, Grade 9-12, the focus is on comprehensive Islamic education, instilling research abilities, and enabling students to carry on their studies in higher education institutions. Secondary education also provides additional subjects that students may choose to learn, such as applied sciences, social sciences and administrative studies, in addition to natural sciences, teacher training, commercial, agricultural and industrial secondary learning institutes.