Our philosophy is directed to the students specifically and it reminds them of the recompenses and rewards of struggle, effort and endurance. Students at Meritorious Schools Network learn how life reaps its sweet fruits by sheer hard work and forbearance. Meritorious Schools Network – a fully accredited and recognized school system, surrounded wth an amazing support team, is focused on inspiring young learners from grass root level up to college level.
From the gentle introduction to learning in Nursery School, through the steps taken towards independence in the Junior School, to tailoring a Senior Curriculum, our flexible curriculum ensures a rich variety of pathways to suit the ambitions of each girl and boy.
Our approach unlocks mastery for students across the whole learning spectrum. We believe that when learning comes alive, everything changes. Students gain skills, mastery, confidence, and independence and raise their sights.
As a team, we create learning plans which articulate your child’s academic strengths and challenges. Some children are ready to rocket ahead in one subject but need extra help in others. Ongoing testing is administered, as needed to ensure that each child is making progress against goals. This is a powerful aspect of our approach, as it enables teachers and parents to know how much progress a child is actually making. The curriculum is based on a deep understanding of how students learn. As a result, it’s designed in a way to optimise student engagement. Lessons are followed by targeted assessments, so you can be sure that your child has mastered a particular lesson before moving on.
We respect dignity of our Allah Almighty to grant us with a vision that not only aims to impart education but also the highest standards of morality and ethics. Our vision aligns with shifts in the society and environment which animate our vision and our values.
– Respect for parents, teachers and elders is the first towards a true determination to value the importance of education.
– Ingenuity, novelty and a yearning to challenge the status quo, both in what and how we teach and in the logical ambitions of the network itself.
– Social engagement, orienting students’ academic involvement to help them become critically engaged citizens devoted to solving problems and contributing to the public good.
– Allow individuals to struggle with multifaceted problems, follow more fluid and flexible career pathways, and collaboratively make change.