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MISSION  and  VISSION

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The National Curriculum for England American Curriculum International Baccalaureate Program Indian Curriculum Regional Curriculum develop your own professional skills and Continue the overall development of The Westminster School

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Statement of School Aims

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Statement of School Aims

Global Citizenship Growing by Learning Pursuing Excellence Leading through Innovation To provide a stimulating, safe and supportive environment, in which all of our students can aim for success To provide opportunities for all our students to reach the best levels of achievement of which they are capable To ensure our students develop behavior that keep them sole and enable them to learn effectively To help our students gain a broad education and achieve excellent examination results in preparation for entering universities anywhere in the world To enable students to fully develop the skills and attribute essential for success To develop sporting, cultural and social skills

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Statement of School Aims

To help our students become active and responsible global citizens, aware and interested in society To provide our students with strong moral values, especially tolerance and understanding of different cultures and religions To celebrate cultural and religious diversity, creating a truly international school environment To provide our students and their parents with regular, honest information on their academic progress and to give guidance on how the partnership of school and family can help students to improve

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ARABIC A and B "To link the literary, linguistic and intellectual knowledge in Arabian heritage with contemporary life."

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AIMS To take pride in learning Arabic and have faith in its uniqueness and characteristics that ensure its continuity and the ability to adapt with and accommodate the developments and the challenges of the modern world To promote belief in the great Arabic heritage, and showing the deep relation, which cannot be separated from Islam To be conscious and sincerely interact with the issues of the nation and its problems by means of the Arabic language in expression and communication

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ISLAMIC EDUCATION – A “Applying principles of Islam in daily life”

AIMS To consolidate the system of the individual and collective values as a pivot of the message and instructions of Islam To strengthen the learner’s relation with the Holy Quran as it is the primary source of knowledge, behavior, values, taste and beauty in order to build a Quranic mentality and personality To strengthen the relation of the learner with the Hadith, as it is the second source of legislation, which explains the judgments, knowledge, values, and behavior of the Holy Quran

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ISLAMIC EDUCATION “Applying principles of Islam in daily life”

AIMS Information, understanding and real life application of Islamic Values To advocate inter-faith harmony in a multicultural environment in accordance with the Quran and Sunnah

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SOCIAL STUDIES “Guide our student population in realizing their potential as citizens of a democratic nation and members of our local community.”

AIMS To understand the country and citizenship in terms of behaviour and practice through feeling love, a sense of belonging, and loyalty to the country, defending it, sacrificing for it, maintaining national unity, modeling good citizenship, national responsibility, and complete obedience to the UAE leaders, as well as seeking to put the public interest above that of his/her own Providing learners with scientific and practical experiences in an advanced way that encourages them to search and investigate Empowering towards self-management and self-oriented towards success, excellence, and leadership; bear responsibility; be optimistic, self-confident, and engage in self-development; work with a positive spirit, courage and determination, contribute to work at home and at school, protect the environment from various pollutants, adhere to his/her role in students’ groups, and be able to recognize civil community institutions in the UAE

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE “Making Words Work”

AIMS To develop the ability to communicate clearly, accurately and effectively when speaking and writing To learn how to use a wide range of vocabulary, and the correct grammar, spelling and punctuation To develop a personal style and an awareness of the audience being addressed

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AIMS To develop an understanding of mathematical principles, concepts and methods in a way, which encourages confidence, provides satisfaction and enjoyment, and develops a positive attitude towards mathematics To develop a feel for number and understand the significance of the results obtained To apply mathematics in everyday situations and develop an understanding of the part that mathematics plays in learners’ own lives and the world around them To Analyse and solve problems, present the solutions clearly, and check and interpret the results To recognize when and how a situation may be represented mathematically, identify and interpret relevant factors, select an appropriate mathematical method to solve the problem, and evaluate the method used To use mathematics as a means of communication with emphasis on the use of clear expression and structured argument To develop an ability to apply mathematics in other subjects, particularly science and technology

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MATHEMATICS “Training minds to produce ‘smart solutions”

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MATHEMATICS “Training minds to produce ‘smart solutions”

To develop the ability to reason logically, make deductions and inferences, and draw conclusions To appreciate patterns and relationships in mathematics and make generalizations To appreciate the interdependence of different areas of mathematics To acquire a foundation for further study of mathematics or for other disciplines develop an understanding of mathematical principles, concepts and methods in a way which encourages confidence, provides satisfaction and enjoyment, and develops a positive attitude towards mathematics To develop a feel for number and understand the significance of the results obtained

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MATHEMATICS “Training minds to produce ‘smart solutions”

To apply mathematics in everyday situations and develop an understanding of the part that mathematics plays in learners’ own lives and the world around them To Analyse and solve problems, present the solutions clearly, and check and interpret the results To recognize when and how a situation may be represented mathematically, identify and interpret relevant factors, select an appropriate mathematical method to solve the problem, and evaluate the method used To use mathematics as a means of communication with emphasis on the use of clear expression and structured argument To develop an ability to apply mathematics in other subjects, particularly science and technology

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To develop the ability to reason logically, make deductions and inferences, and draw conclusions​ To appreciate patterns and relationships in mathematics and make generalizations​ To appreciate the interdependence of different areas of mathematics​ To acquire a foundation for further study of mathematics or for other disciplines​

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MATHEMATICS “Training minds to produce ‘smart solutions”

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GENERAL SCIENCE "To create, share, preserve and apply knowledge"

AIMS To learn about basic scientific concepts and how science is applied in everyday life To develop the skills to perform simple experiments, take basic measurements, interpret experimental data and draw conclusions To create, share, preserve and apply knowledge

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AIMS To develop an understanding of the basic principles of Physics To develop scientific abilities and skills in Physics in everyday life To understand that scientific applications are both beneficial and detrimental

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PHYSICS “Finding the how and why of the Physical World” "

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AIMS To develop essential knowledge and understanding of different areas of the subject and how they relate to each other To develop lifelong skills of scientific enquiry, confidence in technology, and communication and teamwork skills To develop competence and confidence in a variety of practical mathematical and problem-solving skills

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CHEMISTRY “Actions and Reactions bring about Changes and Results” "

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AIMS An understanding of the concerns and basic principles of Biology To develop abilities and skills in characteristics and classification of living organisms, organization and maintenance of the organism To understand the development of the organism and continuity of life and relationships of organisms with one another and their environment

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BIOLOGY “Strive to develop a scientific attitude and become responsible Global Citizens.

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ACCOUNTING “Accounting with Accountability”

AIMS To develop an ability to apply accounting concepts, principles and practices To understand the role of accounting as an information system for monitoring, problem-solving and decision-making To identify the place of accounting in the changing economic, social and technological environment To develop a critical and analytical approach to examining and evaluating accounting policies and practices To develop   skills   of   communication,   analysis,   interpretation   and presentation of both qualitative and quantitative accounting information

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BUSINESS STUDIES “Empowering Future Entrepreneurs”

AIMS To develop and understand the role and purpose of business activity in the public and private sectors and factors that influence business decisions and activities To develop an understanding of how major types of business organizations are established, operated and regulated To develop an understanding of the concepts and techniques used in business To develop skills in business numeracy and enquiry

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ENTERPRISE “The true entrepreneur is a doer, not a dreamer.”

AIMS To develop the ability to work in an enterprising and independent way To develop and apply knowledge, understanding and skills to contemporary enterprise issues in a local, national and global contexts To appreciate the roles and perspectives of a range of other people and organisations involved in enterprise To investigate the world of work and entrepreneurial organisations To develop an understanding of the concepts and techniques used in business To develop the ability to communicate effectively, in a variety of situations, using a range of appropriate techniques

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AIMS To develop knowledge and understanding of economic terminology, principles and theories To develop ability to use the tools of economic analysis in particular situations To be able to distinguish between facts and value judgements in economic issues To develop the ability to use economic skills to understand better the world in which they live

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ECONOMICS ​ “Grooming Future Economists”

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PSYCHOLOGY “Encouraging young minds to develop a spirit of inquiry with regard to human nature.”

AIMS To use specialist vocabulary, psychological concepts, terminology and convention to engage in the process of psychological enquiry To acquire knowledge and understanding of psychology, developing an understanding of self and others, and how psychological understanding can help to explain everyday social phenomena To understand how psychological research is conducted, including the role of scientific method and data analysis

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PSYCHOLOGY “Encouraging young minds to develop a spirit of inquiry with regard to human nature.”

AIMS To develop the ability to use economic skills to understand better the To present information, develop arguments and draw conclusions through a critical approach to psychological evidence, developing as reflective thinkers To develop an understanding of the relationship between psychology and personal, moral, social and cultural issues, and develop an understanding of ethical issues in psychology To develop an understanding of psychological issues, the contribution of psychology to individual, social and cultural diversity, and how psychology contributes to society

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COMPUTER SCIENCE “Training minds to make a difference in lives by To Developing applications.”

AIMS To develop the foundational principles and practices of computation and computational thinking and their application in the design and To Development of computer systems To develop an interest in computing and to gain confidence in computational thinking and programming and understanding of the main principles of problem-solving using computers To develop a range of technical skills, as well as the ability to test effectively and to evaluate computing solutions

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COMPUTER SCIENCE “Training minds to make a difference in lives by To Developing applications.”

AIMS To develop the foundational principles and practices of computation and computational thinking and their application in the design and To Development of computer systems To develop an interest in computing and to gain confidence in computational thinking and programming and understanding of the main principles of problem-solving using computers To develop a range of technical skills, as well as the ability to test effectively and to evaluate computing solutions

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AIMS To develop knowledge of ICT including new and emerging technologies To develop autonomous and discerning use of ICT To develop skills to enhance work produced in a range of contexts To develop skills to Analyse, design, implement, test and evaluate ICT systems To develop skills to consider the impact of current and new technologies on methods of working in the outside world and on social, economic,ethical and moral issues To develop ICT-based solutions to solve problems To develop the ability to recognize potential risks when using ICT, and use safe, secure and responsible Practice

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ICT "To facilitate pupils to be effective and confident users of ICT."

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ARABIC AS A FIRST LANGUAGE “Spreading culture through a classical language”

AIMS To develop ability to communicate accurately, appropriately and effectively To develop sense of style and audience To develop ability to analyze, synthesize, and make inferences, order facts and present opinions

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ARABIC AS A FOREIGN “Communicating in a Foreign Tongue”

AIMS To develop ability to communicate effectively in practical situations To provide a basis for further To Development of Arabic skills

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FRENCH “SANS FRONTIERES” ~

AIMS To develop ability to communicate confidently and coherently with native speakers in speech and writing To express and develop thoughts and ideas spontaneously and fluently To deepen knowledge about how language works and enrich vocabulary in order to increase independent use and understanding of language To develop awareness and understanding of the culture and identity of the countries and communities where the language is spoken

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URDU “Communicating Effectively”

AIMS To develop the ability to use Urdu effectively for the purposes of practical communication To understand and respond to spoken and written language from a variety of authentic sources To speak with increasing confidence, fluency and spontaneity, finding ways of communicating what they want to say, including through discussion and asking questions, and continually improving the accuracy of their pronunciation and intonation To write at varying length, for different purposes and audiences, using the variety of grammatical structures that they have learnt To increase awareness of and appreciation for the culture of the Urdu language To promote personal development

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AIMS To obtain an understanding of location on a local, regional and global scale To acquire an awareness of the characteristics, distribution and processes affecting contrasting physical and human environments To get an understanding of the ways in which people interact with each other and with their environment To attain an awareness of the contrasting opportunities and constraints presented by different environments To acquire an appreciation of and concern for the environment To gain an appreciation of the earth including its people, places, landscapes, natural processes and phenomena

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GEOGRAPHY “ foster understanding of human-environment interactions and sustainability”

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AIMS To acquire an understanding that humans are part of these systems and depend on them To attain an appreciation of the diverse influences of human activity on natural systems To get an awareness of the need to manage natural systems To obtain an understanding of sustainable To Development to meet the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs To acquire a sense of responsibility and concern for the welfare of the environment and all organisms To attain an awareness of their own values concerning environmental issues To get an awareness of the values of others To develop a willingness to review their own attitudes in the light of new knowledge and experiences To obtain a sound basis for further study, personal To Development and participation in local and global environmental concerns

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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT “One Life, One Chance, One Planet – Let’s save it”

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AIMS To help meet the need for skilled and knowledgeable individuals in the rapidly diversifying tourism industry To develop practical skills across a range of working roles, as well as providing a global and local perspective on travel and tourism To gain an overview of the hospitality industry To learn about popular destinations, customer care, working procedures, travel and tourism products and services, and marketing and promotion

TRAVEL & TOURISM “Preparing world-class, consistent, and professional travel professionals”

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AIMS To growing independence in the refinement and To Development of ideas and personal outcomes To investigative, analytical, experimental, interpretative, practical, technical and expressive skills which aid effective and independent learning To undertake visual research, using primary and secondary sources, and record observations, experiences and ideas in appropriate ways To develop and realize ideas and outcomes, exploring and reviewing possible solutions and modifying work appropriately To understand and use a range of materials, equipment, processes and techniques in two and/or three dimensions, using information, communication and technology To know and understand a range of work, from contemporary practice, past practice and different cultures, in order to demonstrate an understanding of continuity and change in art, craft and design

ART AND DESIGN “Preparing world-class, consistent, and professional travel professionals”

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AIMS To become independent and empowered to take their place in an ever- changing, information-heavy, interconnected world To develop an analytical, evaluative grasp of global issues and their causes, consequences and possible courses of action To enquire into, and reflection, issues independently and in collaboration with others from different cultural perspectives To work independently as well as part of a team, directing much of their own learning with the teacher as an active facilitator To consider important issues from personal, local and/or national and global perspectives and understand the links between these To critically assess the information available to them and support judgements with lines of reasoning To communicate and empathize with the needs and rights of others

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GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES    “Strive to Cultivate Research Aptitude through Enquiry and Awareness”