Curriculum at SIPS

Sharjah International Private School L.L.C | S.P. offers a world-class education based on the National Curriculum for England (NCfE) The National Curriculum places emphasis on depth and breadth of learning through a mastery approach, whilst developing the personal, social, emotional, and physical needs of the whole child. It is balanced and broadly based curriculum and:

promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental, and physical development of pupils at school and of society.

prepares pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities, and experiences of later life.

The curriculum is divided into key stages, including the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1), and Key Stage 2 (KS2), Key stage 3(KS3). Each key stage represents a specific age range and educational phase, ensuring a progressive and age-appropriate approach to learning.

The National Curriculum outlines clear learning objectives and expectations for each subject at different key stages. Learning objectives cover both knowledge and skills, promoting a holistic approach to education.

Sharjah International Private School L.L.C | S.P. provides an inspiring and engaging learning environment, where every child is known and valued. We are a family feel school with children at the heart of everything we do, ensuring there is a strong balance between academic learning and sports, creative arts and languages. We believe that every child can be a high performer and it is our role to foster lifelong learning skills through challenge, innovation, and real-life experiences. We understand the importance of working together with the whole family, building positive and supportive relationships always motivated by our school vision of Achieving Excellence Together.

School Curriculum


Sharjah International Private School L.L.C | S.P. seeks to stretch and challenge pupils of all academic abilities both in and out of formal lessons. We actively differentiate in class, with our mobile learning and e-learning initiatives providing innovative teaching methods and opportunities to learn both co-operatively and independently. There are a large range of academic co-curricular activities across the year groups including debating, public speaking, Model United Nations, academic societies and Sustainability club

School Structure

Lower Secondary School  


age 11+

age 12+

age 13+

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Middle Secondary School


age 14+

age 15+

Year 10

Year 11

Sixth form


age 16+

age 17+

Year 12

Year 13

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