Designed to help children realize their potential
At Al Hasanain, we firmly believe that education should transcend the boundaries of textbooks and classrooms. Our curriculum is thoughtfully designed to integrate Islamic thought, practice, culture, and knowledge into every aspect of your child's learning journey. We strive to create a rich Islamic environment, where our students can not only develop their academic skills but also deepen their faith and understanding of Islam.
Education, to us, is not merely about mastering academic excellence. It extends to learning how to live our lives in accordance with the commandments of Allah (SWT) and embracing the beautiful Sunnah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW). By nourishing our young learners with Islamic teachings, we empower them to decorate their way of life with the values and principles of our faith.
Pre School and Early Childhood Educartion (3-7)
Preschool, also known as pre-kindergarten or pre-school, is an educational program designed for young children before they enter formal schooling, typically between the ages of 3 to 5 years old. Preschool serves as an introduction to the educational environment and provides a foundation for social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development. It is often seen as an essential step before entering kindergarten or primary school.
Early Childhood extends up to 7 or 8 years of a child. Children in this age range experience rapid cognitive development. They learn language skills, engage in imaginative play, and start to understand concepts like numbers, letters, and basic problem-solving. Socially, they begin interacting more with peers and develop a sense of independence.
The primary school age of a child typically spans from around 6 to 11 years old. This phase of education is often divided into different grades, with students progressing through various levels of primary schooling. The specific age range for primary school can vary slightly depending on the country's educational system and local regulations.
It's important to note that the age range for primary school may vary based on local regulations and cultural norms. Additionally, some countries may use different terminology for these school stages. For instance, in the United States, the term "elementary school" is often used instead of "primary school." Overall, primary school is a critical period of education where children develop fundamental skills, explore various subjects, and lay the groundwork for their continued academic journey.
Secondary (11 +)
In Bangladesh, secondary is from grade 7 (age 12–13), year 8 to grade 11 (age 16–17), year 12. After completing grade 9 (age 14–15), year 10 the students sit for their Secondary School Certificate. They then take admission to college, which is the name for senior secondary consisting of grade 10 (age 15–16), year 11 and grade 11 (age 16–17), year 12. In the Cambridge system, standard 1 to standard 4 is the junior section, standard 5 to 7 is the junior secondary section, and from standard 8 to 10 is the beginning of high school. Students sit for their O Level and A Level Examinations before applying for Universities