GRADUATION PARTY

Curriculum

The curriculum plans provides for experiences which cover linguistic, mathematical, scientific, technological, human and social, physical and aesthetic and creative education.

Linguistic: This area is concerned with developing pupils’ communication skills and increasing their command of language through listening, speaking, reading and writing. All students study English as a First Language. All students have access to Kurdish and Arabic as well.

Mathematical: This area helps pupils to make calculations, to understand and appreciate relationships and patterns in number and space, and to develop their capacity to think logically and express themselves. Their knowledge and understanding of mathematics is being developed in a variety of ways, including practical activity and discussion in mathematics.

Scientific: This area is concerned with increasing pupils’ knowledge and understanding of nature, materials and forces and with developing the skills associated with science as a process of enquiry: for example, observing, forming hypotheses, conducting experiments and recording their findings. To this end, all students study all three main science disciplines through their time at the Senior school and a combined approach to science in the Junior school.

Technical: This area seeks to develop, planning and communicating ideas; working with computers and other tools. Many of these skills are essential competencies also taught and experienced through Art and Media.

Physical: This area aims to develop the pupils’ physical control and co-ordination, as well as their tactical skills and imaginative responses, and to help them to evaluate and improve their performance. Pupils should also acquire knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of fitness and health. All students have time in the week for formal PE lessons. They play sports such as football, basketball, tennis etc. The curriculum is about the development of the whole person. 

Opportunities for learners to develop values and attitudes are as important as the development of skills and factual knowledge, so that learners can:

* develop and maintain positive self-esteem;
* follow healthy and safe lifestyles;
* show and know success in a variety of ways;
* show courtesy, consideration and good humor to others;
* be constructive, critical members of a global society;
* Articulate their own opinions and needs.

All learners are given equality of opportunity in learning by providing a curriculum that meets the needs of every learner in a relevant, flexible and responsive way, so that learners can:


* be engaged in making decisions about their own learning;
* take an active part in their own learning in school and want to be lifelong learners;
* be responsible, honest, caring and confident;
* use technology effectively, efficiently and ethically as a tool for finding, thinking, making and doing.

Our aim is that our learners will


* Value diversity in our local and global societies;
* value and respect themselves, family and others around them and further afield;
* Value the environment in which we live;
* show courtesy, consideration and good humor to others;
* recognize roles and responsibilities as members of a global society through understanding their own values and attitudes;
* be responsible, honest, and caring;
* develop and maintain high self-esteem.

Address

Permam, Salahaddin, Erbil, Kurdistan

Contacts

Email:
[email protected]
Phone: +964 750 825 2004 Phone: +964 750 829 2004