We at Noor Al Diyar Private school understand that exams are important and are the markers for potential employers, when considering applicants for a position. With the rapid changes occurring both locally and globally, we head boldly into the 21st century, addressing the key skills in our curriculum. Our main objective is to give agency to our students academically and at the same time empower them with the necessary life skills to be successful at every stage of their lives.
Our fundamental principles and the tutelage of our highly trained and motivated staff, will inspire our students and empower them with the soft skills such as:
- thinking independently,
- processing information responsibly,
- developing critical thinking.
Furthermore, by providing a rich and nurturing learning environment, our students will be able to communicate effectively and think creatively.
We believe students are the centre of the education process and therefore, we put emphasis on enabling them to become future leaders and school representatives wherever they go. Our students will be highly skilled local and global citizens, entrepreneurs who able to use technology and communicate effectively in more than one language.
Therefore, our teaching pedagogy is founded on the principle that imagination, creativity and innovation is what is necessary for our uniquely creative approach to education to succeed. By creative education we mean forms of teaching that develop a student’s capacity for original ideas and action.
While the school follows the Cambridge Curriculum, we use its flexibility to enrich, where appropriate, our students’ knowledge and understanding of the rich culture of Bahrain alongside and with one another. In this regard, we stand outside the mainstream. We also encourage our students to work not just in groups but as a group. Collaborative learning is essential to developing our students into socially healthy beings, capable of learning together.
Our specialist teachers support the teaching of Art, Computing, PE, Music, French, in addition to the national curriculums (Islamic Studies, Arabic, Social Studies and Citizenship). To ensure a thorough understanding, children will be taught through cross curricular methodologies and will be encouraged to engage in first-hand learning experiences linked to key concepts.