Teaching & Learning

PRIMARY SCHOOL SECTION (GRADES 1 – 5)

Ambassador School aims to make learning relevant and meaningful to students by adopting an inquiry-based, integrated curriculum which focuses on the child as a learner. We recognize that every child is a distinct individual with unique experiences, backgrounds, abilities and interests. Our teachers promote cross-cultural understanding, and differentiate instruction to meet students’ varying needs, abilities and learning styles. We provide a balanced education program within a safe, stimulating environment so that each child can learn and grow to their greatest potential.

Our Primary programme provides a broad and balanced curriculum to engage our students and challenge them academically. Our program is designed to combine comprehensive, hands-on instruction, individualized attention, and extensive co-curricular opportunities, preparing them for the challenges of Middle School, Secondary, Sr. Secondary, and beyond.

Our curriculum framework is designed to provide the major content in the key areas of learning to be covered and describe learning outcomes to be achieved by our students. Our language arts program is designed to help students acquire the ability to write and speak well, and to examine, process and use information gained through listening and reading skills. Problem solving, critical thinking and mathematical computation skills are strengthened through a balanced approach.

Technology and library classes impart foundations in research and library skills. In addition, all these subjects enrich classroom areas of study through designed integrated units. Daily physical education classes and recess afford opportunities for play, social interaction, and lessons in teamwork, sportsmanship, and leadership.

Primary School Subjects

Languages

English

Arabic

French / Hindi

  • Science
    • General Science
    • Social Science
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Islamic Education (For Muslim students only)/ Ethics
  • Physical Education
  • Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW)
  • Art & Craft

Music

MIDDLE SCHOOL SECTION (GRADES 6 – 8)

Our Middle School programme has been structured to meet the varied intellectual and development needs of growing children as they transition from Primary to Middle school and prepare for Secondary and Sr. Secondary School.

Therefore the school strives to create a defined Middle school experience that directly addresses their specific needs. We offer a caring environment where Middle School students’ needs are recognised and addressed through a programme that is relevant, challenging, integrative and exploratory.

The curricular content continues to support the liberal arts background that Ambassador School believes to be an integral part of each student’s educational foundation. In early adolescence, students begin to develop analytical thinking skills. Using the material in each course, Middle School teachers challenge their students to support opinions with facts and to question the world in which they live. The purpose is to continue the shaping of responsible young people who will contribute to their society.

Middle School Subjects

  • Languages:
    • English
    • Arabic
    • French / Hindi
  • Science:
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Biology
    • History/Civics
    • Geography
    • Mathematics
    • Information Technology / Computer Science
    • Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW)
    • Physical Education
    • Art & Craft

Note: Middle School curriculum leads up to ICSE examination conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.

SECONDARY SECTION (Grades 9 – 10)

Secondary grades play a pivotal role. It is our aim to provide these students with a stimulating and purposeful curriculum, leading to qualifications which are internationally recognized for entry into higher education.

ICSE curriculum model entail a mixture of prescribed and free choice subjects. It promotes different and perceptive thinking, problem solving skills, to comprehend concepts and to incorporate information gathered from various sources through experimental and researches based learning and are in line with the ICSE guidelines.

Secondary School curriculum leads to the Indian Certificate of Secondary Examination (Class IX & X) conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.

At Ambassador School we value the learnings gained from both academics and beyond classroom and hence students are offered a vast array of activities are allow for physical, aesthetic and emotional maturity.

Secondary School Subjects

Group I

  • Languages:
    • English
    • Second Language
    • History, Civics & Geography

Group II

  • Mathematics
  • Science: Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Group III

  • Computer Application
  • Commercial Applications
  • Economic Applications

SENIOR SECONDARY SECTION (Grades 11 – 12 ISC)

The Indian School Certificate Examination has been designed as an examination, through the medium of English, in accordance with the recommendations of the New Education Policy 1986, after a two-year course of studies beyond the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (Year-10) Examination or its equivalent.

It prepares students to appear for all competitive and international examinations. Students passing through the ISC have known to have a clear command over English, Mathematics and Sciences.

ASD offer the students all three streams of the ISC: Commerce, Science, and Humanities.

  • Commerce Stream
    • English; Commerce; Accounts; Economics
    • Choice of One from: Math; Psychology; Environmental Science; Art; Physical Education
    • SUPW
    • Ethics (Non- Muslim Students) or Islamic Studies (Muslim Students)
  • Science
    • English; Physics; Chemistry;
    • Choice of One from: Math; Art; Environmental Science; Psychology; Physical Education
    • Choice of One from: Biology; Computer Science; or Economics
    • SUPW
    • Ethics (Non- Muslim Students) or Islamic Studies (Muslim Students)
  • Humanities
    • English; Economics; History; Psychology;
    • Choice of One: Math; Environmental Science; Physical Education; Art; Music
    • SUPW
    • Ethics (Non- Muslim Students) or Islamic Studies (Muslim Students)

PRIMARY SCHOOL SECTION (GRADES 1 – 5)

Ambassador School aims to make learning relevant and meaningful to students by adopting an inquiry-based, integrated curriculum which focuses on the child as a learner. We recognize that every child is a distinct individual with unique experiences, backgrounds, abilities and interests. Our teachers promote cross-cultural understanding, and differentiate instruction to meet students’ varying needs, abilities and learning styles. We provide a balanced education program within a safe, stimulating environment so that each child can learn and grow to their greatest potential.

Our Primary programme provides a broad and balanced curriculum to engage our students and challenge them academically. Our program is designed to combine comprehensive, hands-on instruction, individualized attention, and extensive co-curricular opportunities, preparing them for the challenges of Middle School, Secondary, Sr. Secondary, and beyond.

Our curriculum framework is designed to provide the major content in the key areas of learning to be covered and describe learning outcomes to be achieved by our students. Our language arts program is designed to help students acquire the ability to write and speak well, and to examine, process and use information gained through listening and reading skills. Problem solving, critical thinking and mathematical computation skills are strengthened through a balanced approach.

Technology and library classes impart foundations in research and library skills. In addition, all these subjects enrich classroom areas of study through designed integrated units. Daily physical education classes and recess afford opportunities for play, social interaction, and lessons in teamwork, sportsmanship, and leadership.

Primary School Subjects

  • Languages
    • English
    • Arabic
    • French / Hindi
  • Science
    • General Science
    • Social Science
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Islamic Education (For Muslim students only)/ Ethics
  • Physical Education
  • Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW)
  • Art & Craft
  • Music

MIDDLE SCHOOL SECTION (GRADES 6 – 8)

Our Middle School programme has been structured to meet the varied intellectual and development needs of growing children as they transition from Primary to Middle school and prepare for Secondary and Sr. Secondary School.


Therefore the school strives to create a defined Middle school experience that directly addresses their specific needs. We offer a caring environment where Middle School students’ needs are recognised and addressed through a programme that is relevant, challenging, integrative and exploratory.

The curricular content continues to support the liberal arts background that Ambassador School believes to be an integral part of each student’s educational foundation. In early adolescence, students begin to develop analytical thinking skills. Using the material in each course, Middle School teachers challenge their students to support opinions with facts and to question the world in which they live. The purpose is to continue the shaping of responsible young people who will contribute to their society.

Middle School Subjects

  • Languages:
    • English
    • Arabic
    • French / Hindi
  • Science:
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Biology
    • History/Civics
    • Geography
    • Mathematics
    • Information Technology / Computer Science
    • Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW)
    • Physical Education
    • Art & Craft

Note: Middle School curriculum leads up to ICSE examination conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.

SECONDARY SECTION (Grades 9 – 10)

Secondary grades play a pivotal role. It is our aim to provide these students with a stimulating and purposeful curriculum, leading to qualifications which are internationally recognized for entry into higher education.

ICSE curriculum model entail a mixture of prescribed and free choice subjects. It promotes different and perceptive thinking, problem solving skills, to comprehend concepts and to incorporate information gathered from various sources through experimental and researches based learning and are in line with the ICSE guidelines.

Secondary School curriculum leads to the Indian Certificate of Secondary Examination (Class IX & X) conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.

At Ambassador School we value the learnings gained from both academics and beyond classroom and hence students are offered a vast array of activities are allow for physical, aesthetic and emotional maturity.

Secondary School Subjects

Group I

  • Languages:
    • English
    • Second Language
    • History, Civics & Geography

Group II

  • Mathematics
  • Science: Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Group III

  • Computer Application
  • Commercial Applications
  • Economic Applications

SENIOR SECONDARY SECTION (Grades 11 – 12 ISC)

The Indian School Certificate Examination has been designed as an examination, through the medium of English, in accordance with the recommendations of the New Education Policy 1986, after a two-year course of studies beyond the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (Year-10) Examination or its equivalent.

It prepares students to appear for all competitive and international examinations. Students passing through the ISC have known to have a clear command over English, Mathematics and Sciences.

ASD offer the students all three streams of the ISC: Commerce, Science, and Humanities.

  • Commerce Stream
    • English; Commerce; Accounts; Economics
    • Choice of One from: Math; Psychology; Environmental Science; Art; Physical Education
    • SUPW
    • Ethics (Non- Muslim Students) or Islamic Studies (Muslim Students)
  • Science
    • English; Physics; Chemistry;
    • Choice of One from: Math; Art; Environmental Science; Psychology; Physical Education
    • Choice of One from: Biology; Computer Science; or Economics
    • SUPW
    • Ethics (Non- Muslim Students) or Islamic Studies (Muslim Students)
  • Humanities
    • English; Economics; History; Psychology;
    • Choice of One: Math; Environmental Science; Physical Education; Art; Music
    • SUPW
    • Ethics (Non- Muslim Students) or Islamic Studies (Muslim Students)

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