BE THE CHANGE!
"It takes a village to raise a child."
Indeed it does! Active participation of parents through various volunteering opportunities helps enhance teaching and learning. This certainly includes the relationship and the engagement between teachers and parents. Working collectively with parents allows us to build a stronger school programme in an effort to groom accomplished citizens of tomorrow, Insya-Allah. The success of our curriculum extends not to just the parents, but to the community of the world beyond. For this to happen, a well-constructed set of modules is vital. IDRISSI School has a unique approach to its curriculum. Dynamic and varied, the school combines long-established education with programmes that address students’ multiple intelligence and individual learning styles.
Our children are distinctive individuals; not machineries, and schools are playgrounds; not factories. We have designed a curriculum that is both practical and purposeful to prepare them for a balanced education that engages them, rather than focusing on habitual learning, memorisation, and regurgitation. We nurture the love for learning, the desire to explore, and the ability to integrate lessons across all curricula. A range of subjects provides the students with the fundamentals to thrive in a competitive world, anchored by their Deen.
- Physical Education
- Islamic Studies
- Qur’anic Studies
- VEP (Value Education Programme, a character-building programme)
- FLiP (Financial Literacy Programme)
- Digital STEM + Robotics (Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy)
- Year 1 & 2: Design & Tech
- Year 3 to 6: Digital STEM + Robotics
CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
Idrissi International Primary School (Year 1 to Year 6)
- Key Stage 1 (KS1) – Year 1 and Year 2
- Key Stage 2 (KS2) – Year 3 to Year 6
Focuses on core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science.
External assessment at the end of Key Stage 2 is through Checkpoint tests administered by Cambridge International Examinations.