Early Years & Infants Curriculum

Early Years Curriculum

Our Early Years & Infants and Infants sections are the foundational formative years where children learn through play, imagination, curiosity and discovery until the age of 7 years. We operate on the timeless Islamic teaching of  ‘Play with your children for 7 (age 0-7 years); discipline them for 7 (age 8-14 years) and be their companions for 7 (age 15-21 years).

Our Early Years & Infants program is structured into  thematic learning units, designed to provide a multitude of immersive learning experiences for young children and to stimulate their curiosity and self-reflexivity. These experiences are thoughtfully crafted not only to meet the individual learning needs of children but also to nurture and encourage their evolving interests. These experiences lay essential groundwork, equipping them with foundational knowledge that will prove invaluable in their future education and development. Our teachers’ attune themselves to the needs and interests of the children through a strong partnership with parents, thereby nurturing each child’s shakhsiyah and wider development. 

Our Early Years & Infants curriculum incorporates  the UK Early Years & Infants Developmental Matters Framework  and harmonises this with the principles of Shakhsiyah Education.


In line with our principle of Halaqah, our students gather daily in a dialogic reflective circle to think about, discuss and reflect on the application of Islamic teachings and what these mean for their shakhsiyah and for their life.

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Qur’ān and Qur’ānic Arabic

Our principle of Balaghah is integrated in our Qur’ānic Arabic Programme, for our young learners to understand, value and study the language in which the Qur’ān was revealed.

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Maths for early years aims to lay a strong foundation for future mathematical learning by fostering curiosity, confidence, and a positive attitude towards mathematics.

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Thematic Curriculum

Thematic curriculum is an educational approach that organises learning around specific themes or topics, rather than focusing on individual subjects.

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Creative Development

‘Creative development fosters imagination, self- confidence and the ability to think creatively in the young minds of our students.’

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English for Early years seeks to create a nurturing and stimulating environment where young learners can develop a strong foundation in the English language.

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Knowledge and Understanding of the World

Knowledge and Understanding of the World in early years education promotes children's natural curiosity and helps them develop a sense of awe and wonder about the world.

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Physical Development

Physical Development in early years education contributes to children's overall growth, health, and well-being. It promotes a healthy and active lifestyle in the future.

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