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Academic Programmes

School Programmes:

Al-Hussan International Schools apply an international standard and style of education that offers a rigorous curriculum aimed towards academic success at IGCSE, AS, A-Level and the IB Diploma Programme. All courses are appropriate to students’ developmental stages, and a well-rounded education is offered.
 

Pre-K and KG1 courses are based on the Foundation Stage from QCA of the Ministry of Education of England and Wales.
 

KG2 to Grade 5 courses are from CPP (Cambridge Primary Programme) issued by CIE (Cambridge International Examinations) for English, Math, Science and ICT.  All other programmes have been developed in house and are vertically and horizontally aligned.  Curriculum resources include American publications in the primary grades for English, Math and Science.  The objectives and content of such course materials are in alignment with the subject curricula for the respective grades.
 

Grade 6 to Grade 8 courses are from CSP (Cambridge Secondary 1 Programme) issued by CIE (Cambridge International Examinations) for English, Math, Science.  All other programmes have been developed in house and are vertically and horizontally aligned.  These grades are the Pre-IGCSE classes and all subjects are compulsory.  A wide range of UK based publications are used in the middle school.
 

Grade 9 and Grade 10 courses are from Cambridge Secondary 2 (IGCSE) syllabus in all major subjects.  Minor subject programmes have been developed in house and are vertically and horizontally aligned.  In Grade 9 all subjects are compulsory but in Grade 10 students have a choice of subjects.
 

Grade 11 and Grade 12 courses are from Cambridge International Examination Board, AS and A2 in all major subjects.  Minor subject programmes have been developed in house and are vertically and horizontally aligned.  American College Board Examinations such as SAT1, SAT2 and TOEFL are also taken during these years (the school does not provide tuition).  Students in Grade 11 also have the option to apply to take the IB Diploma Programme.
 

On completion of Grade 12 and meeting the school graduation requirements students obtain a High School Diploma.  Each year all our students gain entry to competitive universities around the world.

 

The sequence in curriculum ensures that the expected outcomes of learning of each grade build on those of the previous grade level.