Arabic, Islamic Studies & Social studies
Arabic Language Studies
We believe that learning languages is crucial for cognitive development, and with Arabic, the maintenance of cultural identity.
We teach Arabic for both native and non-native speakers from Nursery up.
The Arabic curriculum framework at Aspen Heights British School is centred on the Ministry of Education curriculum, and incorporates concept- and enquiry-based methodologies aligned with ENC classroom practice. Our Arabic colleagues work hand-in-hand with English class teachers to ensure a consistent experience for children, and equally amazing progress.
It is essential for all Muslim students to develop a deeper understanding of the Islamic concepts and knowledge. Aspen Heights British School believes that Islamic Studies promotes the development of students’ emotional, social and spiritual well-being.
Islamic Studies is taught from Year 1 upwards, with a view toward providing the highest possible standard of Islamic education and to develop critical thinkers and independent, responsible citizens.