The curriculum at Abu Bakr Girls School isrigorous and challenging and designed to ensure that:
- It supports pupils to achieve the best they possibly can in all areas of school life - to produce exceptionally literate, numerate and empathetic young women.
- It promotes pupils’ spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development.
- It reflects the distinctive character, ethos, aims and values of the School
- There is a fervent belief that all students can make excellent progress regardless of their previous attainment or any additional learning needs.
- There is an explicit focus in all subject disciplines on developing students’ ability to read, talk and write the specific, academic language of that discipline, especially its key curriculum genres.
- The core knowledge students are expected to master in each subject is explicitly identified from years 7 to 11, forming a coherent whole that enables continual progression.
The curriculum prepares students for further and higher education, and fulfilling employment beyond by:
- leading all of them to achieve a broad range of high quality qualifications;
- developing in all students the skills, habits and attitudes, to complement these academic achievements, that will set them apart in an increasingly competitive local, national and international environment.