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ADMISSIONS NOW OPEN! For the Academic Year Commencing January 2019
This year Al-Muntazir Islamic Seminary organized an expedition for students to Mt. Kilimanjaro.
ADMISSIONS NOW OPEN! For the Academic Year Commencing January 2019
ADMISSIONS NOW OPEN! For the Academic Year Commencing January 2019
The CBE Outlook is published in April, August and December
ADMISSIONS NOW OPEN! For the Academic Year Commencing January 2019
Al Muntazir students soar high once again in their University of Cambridge International Examination held in May /June 2018.
ADMISSIONS NOW OPEN! For the Academic Year Commencing January 2019
The National Spelling Bee Championships being conducted by the Coconut Foundation held their Ilala Regional Rounds
Al muntazir girls primary student is a winner at International SIP Abacus & Mental Arithmetic Contest in Colombo, sri lanka.
ALMIS has the honour to report that two of its students Mayank Mehta (Form 1B3) and his sister Megha Mehta (Form 1G2) partici
The Islamic council of ALMIS organised Hussein (a.s) week.
It was an honor for ALMIS to host a NASA aeronautical engineer, Jody Davis, from Washington DC, a designer of spaceflights an
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The environment is the foundation of our curriculum in Early Childhood. Classrooms are designed to be child-centered, attractive and interesting. Learning centers are set up in the classrooms so that small groups and individual children can explore different materials related to the study of math, science, art, and language while teachers observe and interact with the children and the materials to provide opportunities to balance both shared and independent learning experiences. Other centers that foster our student’s learning are the block center, the drama center, the library/quiet corner and the art corner. The learning centers provide opportunities for your child to develop self confidence and practice decision-making in each center with guidance. Our teachers also incorporate theme-related materials.

Part of the role of the teacher is one of observer. Teachers assess our students’ abilities and plan activities and centers to challenge the students’ critical thinking skills.

Through our Learning Program, your preschooler is encouraged to progress at his/her own pace according to individual needs and abilities.