Middle School Curriculum

 

 
 
  Arabic 
    

   Arabic language subject includes;

  • Kuwait Ministry of Education curriculum.
 
  • Digital versions of the textbooks are available on the ministry’s website.  
  • Various activities prepared by the teachers.
           
       
         Islamic Studies & Holy Quran 
     

     Islamic  Studies  and  Holy  Quran  subjects  include  Kuwait  Ministry  of  Education  

 

     curriculum  and  interactive  activities prepared  by the teachers.

           
            Social Studies
         

    This   subject   is  for  grades  4 & 5, and it’s  given  in  Arabic and  follows  the

   curriculum of the Ministry of Education in Kuwait. 

       
      English 
     

Al Awael  has  adopted  the  Common  Core  Standards  for  English  Language Arts.

From  grades  6 to 12  , ‘ myPerspectives ’,  is  being  used. This  curriculum  takes  into 

account  the  student's  perspective  individually and  collectively . The  curriculum  equips

our  students  with  skills  and  next  generation  experiences; which  enhance  achievement

and develop  competencies needed  for  university. 

   

 

                                                            

      
         
           Math
         

  Al- Awael  has   adopted  the   Common  Core  Standards   to   teach   math   through   the 

  textbook   Math  in  Focus”.    This  is  an   exceptional   series   that    runs    from   KG2

  to  grade 7.  It  incorporates  Singapore   Math   strategies,  which  are  used  world-wide 

  and  are  proven  to   be  highly   successful,    as  it  gives  students  a strong   base   in

  mental  math  skills.

         

 

     
      Science
        

    We  teach  science  according  to  the  Next  Generation  Science  Standards  (NGSS).

    These  standards  focus not  only  on the  scientific method, but also on engineering

    and technology.  The textbook that we use is “Science Fusion”,

    STEM   is   integrated   in  the  curriculum.  In  middle  school 

    students  study  three  text  books  with  three   main  topics.