In the light of the sayings of our Prophet (SAW) that a person is doomed whose today’s is not better than his yesterday. That’s why continuous improvement is a fundamental concept of our culture  and our mode of life. At Al Huda School we believe that cultivating a habit of constant change leading to self improvement should start very early. As early as the formative years of life. Quite the reason we familiarize our children with this rule by our words and also by our actions. Frequently, We bring about changes in our environment, teaching methodologies, acquisition of resources and upgrading our faculty members and improving educational standards. When change is visible, improvement follows.


Every child deserves an opportunity to grow up in a setting that value children and provides conditions for a safe and secure environment, because children are both the present and future of every nation. Al Huda School endeavors to provide such conditions for our young minds. Young children who come to school for the first time, need extra caring and supportive environment, to make the transition from home to school as “painless” as possible. It is now widely acknowledge that the effects of what happens during the pre-natal period and during the earliest months and years of a child’s life can last a lifetime.


Integration of Islamic Value is an essential part of our curriculum which refelcts the school’s view of the holistic development of its students and to ensure of future generation of students who will excel both academically and spiritually. Emphasis on values is apparent in every facet of school environment from Pre-Primary to Primary and Secondary sections of Al Huda School. Activities, worksheets and assembly presentations are based on Sunnahs and Islamic etiquettes.

The kind of early care a child receive them parents, per-school teachers and caregivers determines how a child learns and relates to school and life in general. Al Huda School’s success in achieving its educational objectives relies on its continuing efforts to recruit appropriately experienced and qualified teachers. The key areas included in our curriculum contain competencies, or learning goals which have been outlined for children at the pre-primary stage of education. These learning areas provide foundations for later learning and achievement.

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Important aspects of personal, social, moral development including understanding of self and others are focused, enabling children to understand their environment, other people and features of the ‘natural’ and ‘made’ world.

The emphasis is very much on development of the children’s physical control, mobility, awareness of space and manipulative skills in indoor and outdoor environments.

One of the main focal points of our curriculum is to encourage children to think of new innovative ideas which can be expressed through varied media.

Opportunities are provided for learning through play which is an integral part of physical growth and development.