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ADMISSIONS NOW OPEN! For the Academic Year Commencing January 2018
ADMISSIONS NOW OPEN! For the Academic Year Commencing January 2018
ADMISSIONS NOW OPEN! For the Academic Year Commencing January 2018
The CBE Outlook is published in April, August and December
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a disorder that affects muscle tone, movement, and motor skills (the ability to move in a coordinated
Al Muntazir Islamic Seminary through counseling department hosted a Mini-University Fair with local universities and TCU-Tanz
The 4th of October, 2017, marked a new beginning to the form one boys and girls at ALMIS.
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Curriculum


Believing that every student has the right to become as independent as possible, we at Al Muntazir provide maximum opportunities for learning and development by using systematic and consistent teaching strategies and have a high staff to pupil ratio which ensures high levels of learning.

Subjects taught are designed to ensure students are able to access and progress through activities that are appropriate to their levels of ability. Our school curriculum is geared specifically to the needs of pupils, with particular emphasis on communication and social skills, we also set Individualized Educational Plans that identifies each child’s priority areas for learning and maximizes opportunities throughout the day for reinforcing that learning in a variety of contexts.

We recognize that many of our students first need to be equipped with the tools to learn; our curriculum teaches the basic skills such as focusing on a task, tolerating sitting beside another student and other prerequisites to learning.

Communication with pupils is done by using various methods appropriate to their level of understanding. These methods include alternative and augmentative systems and the use of speech, symbols, photographs and objects of reference. We choose the best approach for each child in a given situation.

Emphasis is given to remedial intervention to build Reading, Spelling, Writing, Comprehension, Thinking and Reasoning skills and other extra-curricular activities that form a major part of the curriculum. Wherever possible, learning is made relevant to real life and is supported by educational visits to museums and other places of interest.