Key Stage 3 covers pupils learning in Years 7 and 8. The curriculum is framed on the lines of the National Curriculum for England. It essentially builds on the learning in Key Stage 2 and provides the foundation for Key Stage 4. There is strong impetus on developing foundation in all key subject areas.As students grow, they are introduced to social etiquette. Education at this stage is designed to foster permanent values based on a maturing sense of self- worth. Leadership qualities are identified and nurtured at this age and communication skills are honed. Students are provided with opportunities beyond the classroom so that they gain practical life experience and learn to take responsibility.The Apple ethos acknowledges the practical and intrinsic rewards of intellectual achievement. It also cultivates positive leadership qualities, shaped by an active sense of social responsibility. We promote learning with fun and practical application of the knowledge gained.The scholastic and non- scholastic programs challenge every student to learn for life- in a spirit of self- discipline, discovery of their own potential, sharing of opinions, love of ideas and encouragement by peers and mentors.
|Core Subjects||Other Subjects||Activities and Games||Clubs|
|English||Social Studies||Physical Education||Melody Club|
|Mathematics||ICT (Computer Technology)||Literary Activities||Footloose Club|
|Islamic Education||Art and Craft||Cricket Club|
|Kinder Ballet||Islamic & Arabic Club|
|Mad Science Activities|
Arabic is a compulsory subject for all the students from Year 2 onwards. The child must secure a pass grade in the subject in order to be promoted to the next grade.
Islamic Studies is compulsory for Muslim students from Year 2 onwards. The child must secure a pass grade in the subject in order to be promoted to the next class.