Junior Section is typically for the learners aged 5.6 – 8.5 years. There are three levels in Junior Section i.e., Grade 1, Grade II and Grade III.
|Grade 1||5.6 – 6.5 years|
|Grade II||6.6 – 7.5 years|
|Grade III||7.6 – 8.5 years|
These three levels develop learner’s skills and understanding in English, Mathematics, Science, Arabic, Urdu, General Knowledge, Tarbiah, Ahadith, Nazra and Supplications for the first three years of primary education.
- sets clear learning objectives in English, Mathematics, Arabic, General Knowledge, Tarbiah, Ahadith, Nazra and supplications for each level of Junior Section.
- focuses on developing knowledge and skills in core subjects which form an excellent foundation for future study.
- provides a natural progression throughout the years of primary education.
- is compatible with the Islamic values, sensitive to different needs and teachings of Islam.
- focuses on learner’s Tarbiah in each year and develops children mentally and spiritually through Tarbiah classes.
- develops children socially (Islamic etiquettes, understanding society & general behaviour).
- develops children emotionally (controlling anger, celebrating happy moments & decision making)
- provides learners with the benchmarks and models (the character of Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam and Sahaba Rizwanullahi Alaihim Ajmaeen) based on the teachings of Quran and Ahadith and are encouraged to apply in their life.
- maintains balance between academics and extracurricular activities.
Enhanced Learning Environment (ELE)
- Effective use of technology for effective teaching and learning.
- Junior Section is also well equipped digital cameras, multimedia, scanners and printers to help children explore and learn in more meaningful ways than before.
- The Junior Section is divided into the following four subunits called ‘houses’.
Each student is allocated to one house at the time of admission. Houses compete with one another at Academics achievements, Sports, Debate Competition, Qirat Competition, and Trilingual (Arabic, English & Urdu) Literary Competitions and in other ways, thus providing a focus for group loyalty.Merit points for behavior and academic achievement are aggregated for comparison among houses. It is a year-long programme of inter-house events, with points contributing to the award of the House Cup at the end of the year.