Our Upper Elementary
program will create a caring learning community capable of drawing the best in
every young learner, where each child is the center of our focus. Our program
is based on the following objectives:
We see the Upper Elementary
as one of the key building blocks to learners’ development and future success.
believe in a well-structured approach to our teaching with a clear set of
The academic program will prepare all learners to be literate, responsible
citizens with an enthusiasm for life-long learning.
elements of Khaled International Schools’ Program are:
·A rigorous curriculum aligned to national and
·Curriculum and instruction designed to ensure that every
learner is be able to achieve academic success
·High expectations for all learners
·Differentiated instruction and use of multiple sources of
data to assess learners’ progress
Nurturing faculty members guide
learners to take responsibility for their own learning opportunities.
Foundational Knowledge:Learners will demonstrate an understanding of core
foundational academic knowledge specific to G3-G6 program (terms, facts,
Application of the
Knowledge:Learners will demonstrate
the ability to make use of the knowledge acquired through independent,
critical, practical and creative thinking, managing multiple skills, school
projects and productive and receptive communication skills.
Integration:Learners will be able to integrate concepts from different
subject matters and make connections between school material and the learner’s
personal and social life.
Human Dimension:Learners will develop the ability to exercise
self-control and experience leadership skills that would allow them to
celebrate their individual potential and ability to understand, interact and
work with others.
Caring:Learners will develop feelings, interests and values that
would bring about personal satisfaction and inspire them to care for a better
life and society.
Learning to Learn:Learners will demonstrate the ability to take
responsibility for their learning and become self-directed, inquirers,
constructors of knowledge, and life-long learners.