ABZ Private School adopts the National Curriculum of England and Wales NC. The Curriculum is based on the Primary National Strategy of National Curriculum of England and Wales and is concerned with the overall progress of the child in all aspects. The curriculum is broad and balanced and is relevant for all the children at ABZ. Individual care and attention strengthen the curriculum and innovative learning experiences encourage them to be active learners. The variety of extra and Co-Curricular activities adds breadth to the curriculum. Along with this enriched curriculum, the Discipline, Character and Behavior development are taken into serious consideration.
Moreover, the school is committed to the MOE curriculum in UAE for Arabic, Islamic and Arabic social studies. In additional to NC, innovative curriculum and extra-curriculum activities the MOE curriculum strengthen the loyalty and citizenship at students personality sticking them to UAE culture and Heritage.
The Foundation Stage Curriculum at ABZ is based on the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework. The curriculum focuses on six areas of learning.
Personal, Social and Emotional Development.
Communication, Language, and Literacy.
Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy.
Knowledge and Understanding of the world.
KG.02 and Grade 01
The KG.02 and Grade 01, focuses more on Independent Learning. The areas of learning are broadened and the children work to achieve the required targets.
Grade. 02 & 3
The children try to develop the skills that they have acquired in Key Stage-1. They experience the skills of inquiry, questioning, and answering. The children also gain knowledge about their practical life experiences.
Grade 04 & 5 & 6 & 7
The children at this stage are provided challenging opportunities to develop into effective learners. They learn through practical activities, independent and collaborative projects. The children are challenged in all aspects, including Academics, Cultural, Sports, and challenging activities.
AREAS OF STUDY-Key Stage 1 & 2
UAE Social Studies