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Our goals are attainable! At ALS, we prepare students for university life. The educational facilities offered at our school ensure quality education in a positive environment. We teach good citizenship to help strengthen the student's identity and ability to actively and positively participate in society. High standards of morality are stressed. We constantly research new methods and resources in technology to assist in the development of quality, internationally recognized education.

A broad range of activities are introduced to promote written and oral communication skills, in both Arabic and English language. Throughout the year, students participate in research tasks, presentations, field trips, reading, spelling and writing competitions. Supplementary to the core curriculum is a rich array of options offered to students ranging from KG onwards. These courses include but are not limited to computers, health, art, music, drama and physical education. These classes are instructed by certified staff and are situated in rooms/labs tailored to the subject, insuring optimal instruction. These classes are essential in the enrichment and broadening of students' self-confidence and creativity.

In an orderly, safe environment, students learn to develop skills and attitudes which building a vital foundation for their future. A happy, secure atmosphere is created to build confidence and self esteem. The philosophy of ALS emphasizes on the importance of the student as an individual, thus adequate attention and detailed evaluation is provided through continuous assessment and reporting.

Children are assisted by their teachers to form healthy and productive work habits, ranging from organization to establishing regular study habits and homework routines. In earlier grades these tasks will be minimal but regular. This process lays the foundation of good work habits which will prove useful with the increase of academic demands

The combination of these distinctive curricula provides a comprehensive program of study which aims to equip every student with the essential skills for lifelong learning and meet individual learning needs. ALS encourages independence and self-discipline in an atmosphere of mutual respect and appreciation of diverse opinions and cultures. ALS's curriculum determines the precise content that will be taught and provides targets for student learning, including how that performance will be assessed and reported. The school's program gives teachers, students and parents a clear and shared understanding of the knowledge, skills and understanding that children will gain at school.

Kindergarten Stage
Our curriculum is based on the Montessori method.
The Montessori learning is much different than the traditional model; instead of information passing from the teacher to the student, the teacher is skilled in keeping the child in touch with the environment and helping him to learn to make intelligent choices and to carry out research in a prepared environment forming a triangle: the student, the parent or the teacher, and the environment.

- This method is applied for young students from (2-6) years.

    Our goals are:
  • Foster a sense of self confidence and well being in each child.
  • Develop interest in a variety of different subjects i.e. Reading, Math, Science, Arabic, Quran, Social skills and Art
  • Provide physical activities to facilitate gross and fine motor development to develop in students and parents a positive attitude towards self, others, school and learning
  • Provide a safe and loving environment for all students.

Primary Stage

The Primary Curriculum provides the framework for educating students in Primary 4 to 6. The program is a cross-curricular, rigorous teaching program that integrates history, geography, science, art, music, physical education, information communication technology and design technology into thematic units and provides links to English and Mathematics. Students spend three to six weeks on Units of Work which are based around interdisciplinary themes of real interest to children so they are engaged and enthusiastic. The period of study allows students to approach topics from multiple perspectives and to make connections between subjects. Focusing on three standards – academic, personal development and international mindedness – the program provides a creative system that prepares children, wherever they may live in the future, for the world of tomorrow.

The program's approach to learning is a clear progression in skill development. This even applies to the personal learning goals which emphasize adaptability, resilience, thoughtfulness, cooperation and respect and which, as a result of progressive skill development, help children to become able, confident and inspired learners. This program is to ensure that ALS students grow up with a very clear global understanding. The program provides a well-defined framework which sets standards that measure how children are performing in each subject, helping teachers ensure high overall student performance.

    ALS's belief is that:
  • Children need a holistic educational experience that doesn't create artificial boundaries between different aspects of their development.
  • Entertainment is an essential part of students learning and general development.

The activities undertaken by students help them work towards the subject, personal goals of the Program which is undertaken in the primary school. The Early Years Program offers the Learning Strands, outlining the four key areas of learning - Independence and Interdependence, Communicating, Exploring and Healthy Living.

Preparatory Stage:
Students at this stage have specialized teachers for all subjects, as they begin the transition from preparatory to high school. The National Curriculum is a comprehensive course of study that includes different subjects: English, mathematics, science, history, geography, modern foreign languages, information communication technology, art and design, music, and physical education.

Secondary stage:
Secondary stage is the final period of education where students are being prepared for their future academic development at universities and their future careers. At ALS we have given our students the opportunity to continue in their education with the national egyptian system, providing the Egyptian general secondary certificate

    Quran is considered the eternal miracle of Islam, that’s why ALS is proud to say that it offers a special "Quran" class for students of all age groups emphasizing Islamic manners and morals with the following benefits:
  • Improving Quran reciting and pronunciation.
  • Developing the love of Quran and a motivation to memorize it.
  • Know the right decorum for learning Quran and applying its learnings
  • Teaching the rules of : "Tajweed”

A daily fifteen minutes session of Quran is given every morning to students of all stages in order to reinforce a deeper religious and ethical behavior.

Allowing a Holy retreat from the normal school atmosphere, the school provides students with a place where they can gather and pray during their breaks (the set praying times of the day), lunchtime and sometimes after school. There’s also a special break that is designed to allow students to pray together (in Jama3a) in the middle of the day. 

MUSIC - Kindergarten

    Kindergarten is the entry level for study in music. Learning is primarily experiential. Focus areas at this level include: 
  • Developing appropriate vocal and instrumental practices 
  • Developing beginning skills in improvising and creating music 
  • Developing beginning skills in listening to, analysing, and evaluating music 
  • Showing respect for the efforts of others

    The children at the end of the year will be able to create, perform, respond and understand music .


MUSIC - Primary one

    The study of music is cumulative and sequential to include learning from the previous grade level. Learning at this grade level is primarily experiential. Focus areas include: 
  • Developing appropriate vocal and instrumental practices 
  • Developing skills in improvising and creating music 
  • Recognizing simple symbols and terms 
  • Developing skills in listening to, analysing, and evaluating music 
  • Developing understanding of music in relation to history, culture, and other content areas 
  • Showing respect for the efforts of others 

    The children at the end of the year will be able to create, perform, respond and understand music

MUSIC - Primary Two

    The study of music is cumulative and sequential to include learning from previous grade levels. Learning at this grade level is primarily experiential. The focus areas include: 
  • Demonstrating appropriate vocal and instrumental practices 
  • Demonstrating increased pitch and rhythmic accuracy 
  • Identifying traditional symbols and terms 
  • Developing skills in improvising, composing, and arranging music 
  • Developing listening, analysing, and evaluating skills 
  • Showing respect for the efforts of others 

    The children at the end of the year will be able to create, perform, respond and understand music.

Elementary Music

The concepts and elements of music that are learned in the lower grades are reinforced, and new concepts and skill based activities according to grade appropriateness are introduced.

Broadly, the elementary Music Program falls into the categories of Rhythmic, Melodic and Vocal, and, Listening and Movement and Instrument techniques.

    The aim of this section is to make conscious the difference between beat and rhythm and different rhythms. The following activities are used: 
  • Tap, play and move to a steady beat 
  • Perform rhythm patterns from repertoire 
  • Create sound effects, movements, rhythm patterns and rhythm compositions 
    Melodic and Vocal:

    The children start with simple melodic concepts of tempo and dynamics.
    The children are able to:
  • Sing alone and with others a varied repertoire 
  • Sing and play rounds and canons 
  • Sing partner songs and two part harmony 
    Listening and Movement:
    This involves developing appropriate responses to music, creative movement to different types of music identifying moods and forms of music. The following are included in their music curriculum: 
  • Listen to, analyse and describe music 
  • Identify tempi and dynamics of a musical piece using correct terms 
  • Move in a variety of ways to different tempi, different moods and different types of music 
    Instrument Technique:
    Instrument techniques and skills are taught to support and reinforce the program.
    Children learn to do the following:
  • Perform alone and with others a variety of instruments 

Physical Education

In the physical education classes physical fitness is a key component that is showcased in a fun filled atmosphere. Interpersonal skills such as demonstrating respect, offering positive feedback, demonstrating responsible behavior in terms of physical and emotional saengineeringy, as well as maintaining good personal hygiene are essential for success in the course. The importance of valuing physical activity for its contribution to a healthy lifestyle is emphasized.

The 4 areas of emphasis are: Knowledge and Understanding, Performance and Application, Social Skills, and Personal Engagement.