Childhood Education

YEAR 10 (GCSE I)

YEAR 10 (GCSE I)

The Year 10 GCSE program at Stewards is designed for students aged 14 to 15, providing a comprehensive educational experience that integrates academic excellence with personal and spiritual growth. The curriculum includes core subjects such as GCSE English Language, Mathematics, and IGCSE Science, which lay the groundwork for successful GCSE exam preparation. Students also explore Islamic Art at the Silver Award level, enhancing their creativity and cultural appreciation. 

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Department

  • Childhood Education

Duration

August 29, 2024 - July 4, 2025

Sessions

1,000

Language

English

Location

Online

Time

12:00 am

Rating:

4.5 (110 ratings)

Price

£395.00 per month

Key Objectives

  • Prepare for GCSE Exams: Provide comprehensive academic training to ensure students are well-prepared for their GCSE examinations.
  • Enhance Spiritual and Ethical Development: Foster mindfulness, God consciousness, and moral values through daily morning dhikr, Quran recitation, and character building.
  • Promote Critical Thinking and Creativity: Encourage analytical skills and creative expression through subjects like Islamic Art, English Literature, and Geography.
  • Develop Technological and Research Skills: Empower students to manage their digital device usage effectively and engage in independent research projects.
  • Encourage Parental and Community Engagement: Strengthen the home-school connection by involving parents in community activities and prophetic sports, and by offering nationwide enrichment courses.
  • The course includes

  • Morning Dhikr: Start each day with spiritual mindfulness and God consciousness.
  • GCSE English Language: Develop advanced reading, writing, and communication skills.
  • GCSE Mathematics: Strengthen numeracy, logical reasoning, and problem-solving abilities.
  • IGCSE Science: Build a solid foundation in scientific principles and critical thinking.
  • Islamic Art (Silver Award): Explore Islamic artistic traditions and enhance creativity.
  • DeVice (First Year): Learn to manage digital devices wisely and develop effective time management.
  • Arabic Level 2 (GCSE Arabic Year 1): Enhance fluency and comprehension in the Arabic language.
  • Character Building: Promote moral and ethical development through Islamic teachings and life coaching.
  • IGCSE Geography: Develop global awareness and geographical understanding.
  • Quran Recitation & Memorisation: Enhance spiritual growth through the memorization of recommended Surahs.
  • GCSE English Literature: Foster a love for reading and critical analysis through literary studies.
  • Prophetic Sports (Parental Collaboration): Engage in community activities and prophetic sports led by parents.
  • Course Schedule

    Schedule UTC+001
    Monday8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Tuesday8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Wednesday8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Thursday8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Friday8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    Description

    The Year 10 program at Stewards is meticulously designed for students aged 14 to 15, offering a comprehensive educational experience that seamlessly integrates academic excellence with personal and spiritual growth. This program lays the essential groundwork for successful GCSE examination preparation, fostering critical thinking, creativity, and ethical development.

    Morning Dhikr: Each day begins with morning dhikr, fostering mindfulness and God consciousness. This practice sets a positive tone for the day, enhancing focus and spiritual well-being.

    Core Academic Subjects:

    • GCSE English Language: This course enhances advanced reading, writing, and communication skills, ensuring students develop strong linguistic abilities vital for academic success.
    • GCSE Mathematics: Our curriculum strengthens numeracy, logical reasoning, and problem-solving skills, preparing students for higher-level mathematical concepts.
    • IGCSE Science: Providing a robust foundation in scientific principles, critical thinking, and practical application, essential for future scientific endeavors.

    Islamic Art (Silver Award): This course encourages further exploration of Islamic artistic traditions, fostering creativity, and cultural appreciation. Students gain a deeper understanding of the rich heritage and techniques of Islamic art.

    DeVice (First Year): This innovative course empowers students to take control of their digital device usage. Through engaging activities, discussions, and coaching, students learn to use technology wisely and develop effective time management skills.

    Arabic Level 2 (GCSE Arabic Year 1): Building on prior knowledge, this course enhances fluency and comprehension in the Arabic language, preparing students for advanced Arabic studies.

    Character Building: Interactive sessions focus on Aqidatul Awaam, Seerah, Jurisprudence (Fiqh), and life coaching. This course promotes moral and ethical development, helping students internalise Islamic values and apply them in their daily lives.

    IGCSE Geography: This course develops global awareness and geographical understanding, encouraging students to critically analyse the world around them.

    Quran Memorisation: Emphasising the memorisation of Surahs recommended by the Prophet (ﷺ) to read every day, this course enhances spiritual growth and discipline.

    GCSE English Literature: This in-depth literary study course fosters a love for reading and critical analysis, enhancing students’ appreciation for diverse literary works.

    Parental Collaboration: This period encourages parents to engage their children in community activities and prophetic sports such as horse riding, archery, wrestling, and sewing. Stewards organises nationwide enrichment courses to support this collaboration, enabling a strong home-school partnership.

    Cost: £3,950 per year, payable in 10 monthly instalments of £395.00.

    Requirements

    • Age Requirement: Students must be between 14 and 16 years old at the start of the program.
    • Completion of KS3: Successful completion of Key Stage 3 or an equivalent educational level.
    • Commitment to Learning: Demonstrated willingness to engage in rigorous academic study and personal development.
    • Parental Involvement: Active parental participation is required for the Parental Collaboration component.

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