FAQ

What is the curriculum followed in the school?

Early Years Foundation Stage programme, part of the national curriculum of England is followed at the foundation stage. Montessori materials, principles and philosophy are aligned with the EYFS programme, making the system a unique one.

National Curriculum of England aligned with the Cambridge International Primary programme (CIPP) at years 1 to 6, Cambridge Check Point 1 at the Years 7 & 8 are followed. This is commonly known as the British National Curriculum. Following links will provide more insights.

http://www.cie.org.uk/images/117488-cambridge-primary-and-the-national-curriculum-for-england.pdf

http://cie.org.uk/images/125433-cambridge-secondary-1-and-the-national-curriculum-for-england.pdf

http://www.cambridgeassessment.org.uk/insights/international-comparisons-national-curriculum/

Years 9 & 10 leads to Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge AS and A Level are offered at Years 11 & 12.

Every year, when is the admission process started?

Admission to the available seats is started in February every year for the next academic year usually started in September. Please read the admission details available in the website.

Is re-registration necessary for the existing students progressing to the next year?

It is necessary to re-register if the students wish to continue as per the school policy. Those students / parents not re-registered by the published date every year will automatically move to the waiting list. More details are available at the admission section.

What is the minimum age requirement for admission to KG-EYFS?

3 Years and 8 months as on 1st September of the year.

Can a student be admitted based on age and skill?

Admission to KG and Year 1 is based on age requirement and skills. Admission to Year 2 onwards is necessarily based on the previous school record and production of valid School Transfer Certificate is mandatory.

What is the nature of the student population in the school?

The school operates in a multicultural environment. Currently, students from as many as 40 countries are enrolled in the school out of which nearly 60 percent are from the Arab countries with a sizeable population from the UAE and the remaining are from across the globe.