Curriculum

SDI Abu Hurairah Assunnah Primary School proudly offers a Cambridge curriculum, based on the UK Early Years Foundation Stage framework, Based on Salaf manhaj, and the National Curriculum for Indonesia, focusing on depth of understanding to prepare its moslem family of learners for success in an ever-evolving future.

Key knowledge, skills and understanding identified in the Curriculum that underpin success in education, employment, lifelong learning and personal development are embedded in planning and Moral Education programmes.

The curriculum at SDI AHASS Growing By Learning, Leading Through Innovation and Pursuing Excellence. These values are embedded into curriculum planning so that pupils are not only prepared for academic success, but equipped to be well-rounded lifelong learners and responsible, proactive members of the global community, poised to engage the future with competence and confidence. The preparation of our pupils for their future in a world where globalisation and technology are driving rapid change requires that the curriculum at every point includes the use of IT and computing to enhance its delivery and to draw on world resources.

The outstanding ‘Creative Curriculum’ design helps to excite children about learning and provides relevant and meaningful learning experiences. SDI AHASS Primary School provides a vibrant, inclusive and creative learning environment that encourages challenge, curiosity and choice. Our excellent standards create a learning programme that is exceptionally rich, relevant and fun or knowing as ‘Fun Learning’.

Primary Phase (Grade 1 to Grade 6):

The curriculum for the Primary Phase is lively, engaging and designed to meet the needs of all our pupils. We aim to develop creative, confident and inquisitive learners, who are ready to progress onto the next stage of learning by the end of the Primary Phase.

Highly qualified subject specialists teach Physical Education and IT, in designated, well-resourced facilities and dedicated sessions in the Library, Science Practice and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Practice enhance the curriculum delivery of subjects by classroom teachers. A specialist Al Qur’an teacher teaches Tahfidz Al Qur’an and Tahfidz Hadits, Khot, Tajweed, and Qiro’ah. Foreign Language programme (Arabic and English) started from grade 1 for reading, speaking, writing, Listening, and understanding.

To ensure learning is meaningful and to increase opportunities for the application of knowledge, skills and understanding in real-life contexts, teachers make links across the curriculum wherever possible. Activities are planned and delivered to maximise first-hand experience and respond to children’s learning strengths. Visitors to school and external visits and residential trips to different places of interest enrich the curriculum each term.