The school admits students from 3 years of age onwards. KG classes are taught in Farsi, there is a choice between English and Farsi from Grades 1 to 5. From Grade 6, instruction reverts to Farsi. The school has 30 full time teachers. ADAB Iranian Private School’s curriculum is based on the national curriculum for Iran. The school has achieved an overall ‘acceptable’ rating in the KHDA ratings for the past 3 years. It noted the “outstanding” attitude of the students from the middle school onwards along with an improvement in teaching and good attainment in Maths and Science. The education regulator also noted very strong links with the community (parents in general seem very satisfied with the quality of education being provided). However the KHDA reports teaching itself is currently only Acceptable, and recommends better Arabic provision, more time spent on developing critical reasoning and better monitoring of student progress. The school offers a number of extra curricular activities from sporting and interest based clubs to educational trips, projects and leadership camps. Fees for the school includes extra curricular activities, books and stationery, admin, uniforms and health cards.
At the end of the Foundation Stage, students enter Key Stage 1, a two-year stage, from Year 1 to Year 2, covering the age range 5 – 7 years. A smooth transition takes place between the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. The structure of the curriculum changes and the following subjects are now taught:
The Sheffield Private School teaches the National Curriculum for England which is recognized throughout the world for its high academic standards. It is a skill based curriculum served by many excellent textbooks and resources, with its own testing mechanism. It fits into the English public examination system [GCSE (IGCSE), AS & A Levels], which is accepted by universities all over the world.
The curriculum is based on a structured and broad framework that outlines expected levels of achievement through all stages of a student’s school life. In addition to development of specific skills and competencies, the curriculum emphasizes thinking skills, enquiry, creative, planning and other skills needed to meet the challenges of the 21st Century.
The school teachers students from the Early Years/Foundation to year 13. This includes Foundation Stage, Key Stages 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. In year 10 (Key Stage 4) Students start their IGCSE COURSES. In year 12 (Key Stage 5) Students start AS and A level courses
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