Teaching & Learning

Religious Education

The Science School believes in a holistic development of the individual. We do not believe that the scientist functions in a vacuum, distant from the concerns of everyday life. Decision making is seen as a multifaceted enterprise with knowledge of faith, the world, people, and man’s place in society. A scientist does not just make decisions in the domain of science. These decisions are nested in the wider concerns of purpose, morals, ethics, economics, practicalities and above all, belief. Scientists who conduct science for materialistic goals with disregard to values and faith can be found everywhere in the world. The Science School, as a proud project of our Scientific Strategic Organizations, maintains the importance of human activity for higher goals and purposes.

The aim of the Islamiyat Curriculum is two fold. One, to prepare students for eventual study of the syllabus of O’ Level Islamiyat of Cambridge International Examinations; Two, to use the context of Islamiyat to develop knowledge and understanding of Islam as a preparation for life. To understand the moral and ethical basis of decisions and to learn how Islam develops an attitude of thought and reflection.