Scholars International Academy


Primary Stage

We follow the UK National Curriculum and are accredited by the British Schools Oversees and British Schools of the Middle East. Academic learning is highly valued here at SIA and we also know the importance of a broad and balanced education. We recognised the importance of understanding and celebrating all the talents and abilities of each child, enabling each SIA student to grow in confidence, self-responsibility, respect others and achieve their academic goals.

We believe that a happy child is a child who is motivated to learn in a positive environment. Our aim is to ensure that each and every SIA child fulfill their potential and is ready for the next stage in their education.

  • English

    is central to all learning and an integral part of all our work in the primary department. It is seen as a way whereby each child can develop their thoughts and feelings, their ideas and concepts as well as their language expertise. Every part of the different experiences in school, foster the purposeful use of language, equipping children with the personal and social communication skills they need to become effective members of the community. Their language is developed through a wide range of speaking and listening opportunities incorporating drama and role-play situations.

  • Mathematics

    is a creative and highly inter-connected discipline. It is essential to everyday life, critical to science, technology and engineering, and necessary for financial literacy and most forms of employment.

  • Science

    we aim to develop enquiring minds to gain knowledge and understanding of scientific concepts and skills. Children are encouraged through a variety of situations to develop skills of imaginative, disciplined and systematic enquiry. Through practical activities children can develop the ability to formulate and test hypotheses, and above all to understand the provision of scientific explanation.

Our key learning values are woven throughout our curriculum, curiosity, communication,
reflection, resilience, motivation, creativity and collaboration. Our programme includes specialists teachers in the arts and music and PE and sports, with a wide array of in-school and after-school activities to extend and develop a
child’s interest beyond traditional study areas.

The upper primary staff and children are  extremely proud of our section and are always pleased to show current or prospective parents around so that you can see for yourself what we have to offer your children.

As an HPL school we are always looking to use our Values, Attitudes and Attributes (VAAs) and for our learners to understand and utilise the Advanced Cognitive Performance Characteristics (ACPs) across all areas.

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