In Key Stages 3, students follow the National Curriculum for England which consists of the following subjects:-
Many Islamic Studies subjects and Arabic are a continuation of what is learnt in Key Stage 2.
• Aqiidah العقيدة
• Fiqh فقه العبادات
• Hadith حديث
• Athkaar الأذكار
• Arabic اللغة العربية
• Information and Communication Technology
• Islamic History (starting from pre-Islamic era to the Makkan stage, Madinan stage, etc)
• Physical Education
• PSHE / Citizenship
Whilst the core subjects of English, Maths, Science and ICT are taught separately, many of the other areas are taught through cross-curricular topics. This provides a meaningful context for learning which helps to engage the children and make learning fun.
From Year 1 upwards, children learn Arabic and are taught about the history, culture and traditions of Somaliland and the region through Social Studies.