CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT

Curriculum Aims

The intellectually challenging academic dual-curriculum ensures that our cultural considerations are integral to all that is taught in all subject areas. Students will be educated to the highest standards in a warm, friendly, secure and conservative environment. The environmental conditions to learning are further achieved by the school’s healthy and balanced emphasis on discipline and fostering respect by all, for all.

The Secondary Curriculum: Key Stage 3 (Year/Grade 7-9), Key Stage 4 (Year/Grade 10 and 11) and 6th Form (Year/Grade 12 and 13)

At Key Stage 3, students continue to deepen their knowledge and skills in the subjects studied at Key Stage 2. At the end of Year 9, students sit for the Cambridge Checkpoints in English.

The papers are also marked in the UK for benchmarking purposes.

In Year 10, students study the IGCSE courses based on the Edexcel/Cambridge IGCSE Subject Specifications. Students study a variety of subjects other than the core subjects such as Accounting, Art and design…

Qatar National standards for Arabic, Social Studies and Islamic studies

ARABIC SUBJECTS

Throughout their studies at AMA , students also follow an intensive Arabic programme of study set by the (SEC) and in some cases also take up external exams for these subjects from the UK Edexcel Exam Board.

Arabic Language

Arabic is the language of the Qur’an and it is our aim to ensure that every student at AMA is able to read, write and communicate in this language to the highest standards in Fusha ),

From grade 4 and above there are separate classes for native speakers of Arabic and for students who study Arabic as an Additional Language

At Key Stage 4, students prepare for the IGCSE Arabic First Language or Arabic Second Language

Islamic Studies& Social Studies

The school follows an enriched curriculum set by SEC. Students are also given a good understanding of social aspects, Islamic history and geography.

Teaching of the Noble Qur’an

The teaching of the Noble Qur’an is core to the school. Qur’an is taught with Tajweed by qualified teachers. Our aim is to help the children memorise the whole Qur’an with Tajweed, insha-Allah.

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