UAE SYLLABUS

Firstring Global Online Tuition provides outstanding tutoring for students in various countries including United Arab Emirates. We provide high standard education for primary and secondary stages in all subjects with different lesson plans for all curriculums. We provide tuitions in different Curriculums followed in Emirates which are:

1. UAE Ministry of Education Curriculum,
2. British (National Curriculum of England, GCSE, IGCSE, SAT,),
3. Indian (CBSE, ICSE),
4. American,
5. International Baccalaureate,
6. Iranian,
7. Arabic,
8. French,
9. Philippines,
10. Pakistani,
11. Russian,
12. German,
13. Japanese,
14. SABIS,
15. Canadian (mainly Nova Scotia, Alberta).

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN UAE

Primary education

Primary education is compulsory from the age of 5 by the Ministry of Education in the UAE. American curriculum runs from Kindergarten (5 years old) to Grade 8 (14 years old). British curriculum runs from Year 1 (4–5 years old) to Year 9 (14 years old). International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme is for ages 3–12.

Secondary education

Most of the secondary schools require students to take standardized tests such as Advanced Placement, SAT, IB Diploma, IGCSE, GCE Advanced level or CBSE. Other options include vocational education PEARSON BTEC level 2 Diplomas and Level 3 Extended Diplomas.

In other schools, secondary stage lasts three years. In the first year students follow a common syllabus. In the second and third years, they specialize in science or literature. At the end of the secondary stage, successful students obtain the Certificate of General Secondary Education (CGSE).

At secondary level, the following subjects are taught in the annual sequence indicated:

• Year I: Islamic education, Arabic language, English language, history, geography, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geology, computer science, physical education, and family education (for girls).

• Years II-III: Islamic education, Arabic language, English language, mathematics, physical education, and family education (for girls). These are the basic subjects. In addition, students can choose to join either the science section or the literary section, and have to study the following additional subjects: history, geography, sociology, and economics in the literary section; physics, chemistry, biology, and geology in the science section.

• Year III: there is an increase in the number of subjects taught in the second year of secondary in each of the two streams. Literary-section students are taught philosophical subjects, logic, and psychology instead of sociology and economics.