Childhood Education



The GCSE Year 2 program (Year 11) at Stewards is designed for students aged 15 to 16, offering rigorous academic preparation alongside personal and spiritual growth. This program prepares students for their final GCSE exams while instilling essential life skills and strong ethical values. Through a structured curriculum, students enhance their critical thinking and problem-solving abilities. The program includes independent research and work experience, providing practical skills and real-world insights.



  • Childhood Education


August 29, 2024 - July 4, 2025








12:00 am


4.5 (110 ratings)


£395.00 per month

Key Objectives

  • Prepare for GCSE Exams: Provide comprehensive academic training to ensure students excel in 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: Begin each day with spiritual mindfulness and God consciousness.
  • GCSE English Language: Refine advanced reading, writing, and communication skills.
  • GCSE Mathematics: Master numeracy, logical reasoning, and problem-solving abilities.
  • IGCSE Science: Deepen understanding of scientific principles and critical thinking.
  • GCSE English Language: Refine advanced reading, writing, and communication skills.
  • Islamic Art (Silver Award): Explore advanced Islamic artistic traditions and foster creativity.
  • Independent Research & Work Experience: Engage in specialized fields to develop real-world skills and critical thinking.
  • Arabic Level 3 (GCSE Arabic Year 2): Prepare for GCSE Arabic exams with advanced language studies.
  • Character Building: Promote ethical and moral growth through Islamic teachings and life coaching.
  • IGCSE Geography: Enhance global awareness and geographical understanding.
  • Quran Memorisation: Strengthen spiritual discipline through memorization of recommended Surahs.
  • GCSE English Literature: Foster a deep appreciation for literature through advanced 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


    The Year 11 program at Stewards is meticulously crafted for students aged 15 to 16, focusing on final GCSE exam preparation while providing rich opportunities for independent research and work experience. This comprehensive program not only emphasises academic excellence but also nurtures personal and spiritual growth, ensuring that students are well-prepared for future academic pursuits and career opportunities.

    Morning Dhikr: Each day begins with morning dhikr, promoting mindfulness and a connection to God. This morning remembrance helps students set a positive tone for the day, enhancing mental-health and well-being.

    Core Academic Subjects:

    • GCSE English Language: This course refines students’ advanced reading, writing, and communication skills, ensuring they are well-prepared for their GCSE exams and future academic endeavours.
    • GCSE Mathematics: Mastering numeracy, logical reasoning, and problem-solving abilities, this course equips students with essential skills for both academic success and real-world applications.
    • IGCSE Science: Deepening students’ understanding of scientific principles, critical thinking, and practical applications, this course lays a strong foundation for further education and careers in science.

    Islamic Art (Silver Award): Advanced exploration of Islamic artistic traditions fosters creativity and cultural appreciation, helping students gain a deeper understanding of Islamic heritage and artistic expression.

    Arabic Level 3 (GCSE Arabic Year 2): Advanced studies in Arabic language prepare students for their GCSE Arabic exams, enhancing their fluency, comprehension, and cultural understanding.

    Character Building: Continued focus on Aqidatul Awaam, Seerah, Jurisprudence (Fiqh), and life coaching promotes ethical and moral growth. This course helps students navigate adolescence with a strong moral compass, internalising Islamic values and applying them in daily life.

    IGCSE Geography: This course further develops students’ global awareness and geographical understanding, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to critically analyse and engage with the world around them.

    Quran Memorisation: Continued emphasis on memorizing Surahs recommended by the Prophet (ﷺ) enhances students’ spiritual discipline and connection to the Quran.

    GCSE English Literature: Advanced literary studies refine students’ critical reading and analysis skills, fostering a deep appreciation for literature and its societal impact.

    Prophetic Sports (Parental Collaboration): This period encourages parental engagement in community activities and prophetic sports, such as horse riding, archery, wrestling, and sewing. Stewards organises nationwide enrichment courses to support this collaboration, strengthening the bond between home and school.

    Independent Research & Work Experience: Students engage in specialised fields such as Health Sciences, Decentralised Computing, Agriculture & Farming, Environmental & Sustainability Living, Economics, Politics & Finance, Martial Arts, and Islamic Art. This component encourages independent learning, critical thinking, and real-world experience, preparing students for diverse future careers.

    Cost: £3,950 per year, payable in 10 monthly instalments of £395.00. Join waiting list today to secure your child’s place at Stewards.ONE!


    • Age Requirement: Students must be between 15 and 16 years old at the start of the program.
    • Completion of GCSE Year 1: Successful completion of the first year of the GCSE program or an equivalent educational level.
    • Commitment to Learning: Demonstrated willingness to engage in rigorous academic study and personal development activities.
    • Parental Involvement: Active parental participation is required for the Parental Collaboration component.
    • Readiness for Personal and Spiritual Growth: A readiness to participate in activities that foster personal and spiritual development, including morning dhikr, character building, and Quran memorisation.


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