Al Sadiq provides primary education for students from Kindergarten through to Year 6 and caters for students’ needs and interests by offering an enriched curriculum with further experiences in Arabic and Religion, Sport and other co-curricular programmes.
Curriculum in the Primary School is divided as follows:
Stage 1 – Years 1 and 2
Stage 2 – Years 3 and 4
Stage 3 – Years 5 and 6
Despite these groupings students’ development can be sporadic in some instances with rapid growth in learning at times, whilst at other times, progress may slow down. Similarly, we find that some students will make good progress in some curriculum areas but not in all, at the same rate. Our qualified teachers are very much in tune with this and will adjust the delivery of the courses to suit the developmental needs of the students.
The academic programme for the Primary School at the College is based on the curriculum mandated by the Board of Studies, NSW. We provide a differentiated curriculum with the aim of meeting the needs of all students with innovative and flexible programmes that allow students to achieve their full potential.
Students study the following mandatory subjects at Al Sadiq College:
Science and Technology
Human Society and Its Environment
The school is committed to continually seeking to improve learning outcomes for all students through focused and targeted planning by reviewing past performance, current research into learning theory, professional development of staff, and school resourcing, including continual updating of information technologies as a tool for engaging students.
Children are required to have the following items with them at the commencement of the school year. All items should be clearly named. Items must be replaced throughout the year if they are lost, broken or used.
KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL READINESS FOR 2017
Starting school is an important step in a child’s life.
Is my child ready? is a question asked by many parents. Children develop at different rates and learn skills in different ways. It is the task of the College to respond to the needs, learning styles and rates of progress of individual students.
Please click the link below to read how your child can be ready for 2017. This is also provided for parents in Arabic.