Curricullum

Curriculum

Madina Islamic School curriculum is an integrated curriculum, School core curriculum (Islamic Value), International curriculum and National standard curriculum namely DIKNAS. Placing Al Qur’an and As Sunnah as the ‘core’ and the ‘ultimate’ guidance and source of all skills, knowledge and academic competency, with the process of Islamic of Knowledge, Science, way of life and culture.

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Kindergarten

  • Curriculum
  • Learning System

We designed a curriculum appropriate to the needs of early childhood both physically and psychologically. We also use variety teaching method such as : Montessori, Inquiry  Based Learning, Active Learning with a personal approach.

  • A safe and stimulating supervised environment where student can feel happy and secure
  • Opportunities to investigate, satisfy their curiosity, explore the environment inside and outside the playroom, extend their sense of wonder, experience success and develop a positive attitude toward learning;
  • Appropriate periods of time for learning through sustained involvement in play.
  • Interactive Islamic, local and international oriented themes.
  • Carefully self-tailored and researched learning resources.
  • Team of high-spirited educators and a joint-training with higher learning institutions.
  • Unique, educational, enthusiastic ideas of events.
  • Using English in daily activities.
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Primary School

  • Curriculum
  • Subject Areas

Primary curriculum gives students the basic foundation of writing, reading, counting and religion, in additiona, each student is encouraged to take part in sport and develop his/her artistic skill.

  • Tahfidz :
    Tahfidz in the primary level is targeted 18 Juz for those who join Madina Islamic School since the 1st grade, while those who join in the upper class will targeted proportionally in accordance with the time when the student registered.
  • Arabic Languages:
    Students in the primary school learn Arabic, comprising of listening, speaking, writing and reading.
  • Islamic Studies:
    Along with Arabic, this is a vital sector of the student’s learning process. Students learn the five pillars of Islam, the foundation of Islam and learn to recite verses from the Holy Qur’an. Islamic studies is arranged in four standards : Aqeedah, Seerah, Fiqh and Hadist.
  • English:
    Students are encouraged to use their English skills, regardless to what language their family speak. This daily curriculum comprises of listening, reading and writing. Students are also taught both handwriting and spelling skills.
  • Mathematics:
    This subject includes memorizing and manipulating, measurement, space, chance and data. The teaching methods of implementing mathematics in the curriculum comprises of using various techniques and practical equipment competence in Mathematics enhances the quality of our participation in society.
  • Science:
    The subject is taught either as a stand-alone unit or part of an integrated approach. We aim to introduce students to skills that will improve their understanding and linking of the subject in preparation for secondary years. We encourage students to develop skills through observation and experimentation, by placing emphasis on appropriate scientific language and methods.
  • Studies Of Society and The Environtment (SOSE):
    This subject is taught through and integrated approach where the student’s knowledge of society, culture and environment is built on. SOSE provides a framework for the development of students’ knowledge and understanding of Indonesian society, societies on other countries, local and global environments.
  • Information Technology:
    Students are exposed to computer studies guided by IT teachers. Student’s skils and confidence in using computer is passed to students through the use of literacy and innumeracy software, which supports various key learning areas. Computer technology is used as a tool to enhance learning experiences across all areas of the curriculum.
  • Art Education:
    Creative art allows students to explore their imagination through the use of design, color and texture. All students are valued as an individual and each of their artwork is appreciated in its own right.
  • Physical Education (PE):
    All students are encouraged to participate in our physical education program that enhances their health, movement and hand/eye coordination.
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Secondary School

  • Curriculum
  • Subject Areas

The secondary Level is divided into two sections, junior (Years 7-9) and senior (Years 10-12). The junior section aims to provide students with diverse experiences, to develop their skills and attitudes. From these experiences, a solid foundation is established for their VCE studies.

  • Tahfidz :
    Tahfidz in the primary level is targetted 12 Jooz for those who join Madina Islamic School since the 1st grade, while those who join in the upper class will be targeted proportionally in accordance with the time when the student registered.
  • Arabic Languages:
    Language work is divided equally between oral work and reading and writing. A fundamental feature of the course is that language work is approached through situations in which Arabic speaking persons find themselves.
  • Islamic Studies:
    Islamic studies are fundamental to the work of and Islamic School. It is provided throughout the primary and secondary years in the classroom, in worship and through the experience of living together in a community where Islamic values are emphasized. MIS welcomes pupils from different cultural backgrounds and it expects every pupils to pray ‘Shalat Dzuhur’ in the school Mosque each day. Moreover, they are to acquire some understanding of Islamic beliefs and values through a study of the Holy Qur’an and in particular the life and work the Prophet Mohammad (SAW).
  • English:
    The basic of the language program in this school is the belief that language is a special gift of Allah (SWT). as part of the exercises students complete the following : Speaking (Oral Communication), Listening, Reading, Writing.
  • Mathematics:
    Mathematics courses give students an understanding of the basic innumeracy which is part of our cultural heritage and which is fundamental to most human endeavors. The study of Mathematics in these years is intended to develop logical thinking, an appreciation of pattern and a capacity to solve a variety of problems.
  • Science:
    Science courses give students an understanding of everyday life and of the universe in which the live. The study of Science in these years is intended to foster curiosity and the pleasure of discovery.
  • Studies Of Society and The Environtment (SOSE):
    · Commerce this is an introduction to Accounting, Business Management, Indonesian Government, Law and Society, Economics as well as to contemporary issues in the Media
    · History courses give students an understanding of the major developments and civilizations, which have made the modern world what it is. The study of history in these years is intended to develop skills of enquiry and investigation and to give pupils a sense of curiosity about the past.
    · Geography courses give pupils an understanding of the physical and social environments in which men and women live. The study of Geography in these years is intended to develop skills of enquiry and investigation, to promote the practical skills of mapping and graphic presentation and to give students a heightened awareness of the world around them.
  • Information Technology:
    Students are introduced to computers from an early age. They are introduced to MISple programming skills and two word process at appropriate levels.
  • Art Education:
    The Art/Craft core subjects are intended to give pupils both a general introduction to these areas of human experiences and a chance to pursue particular activities in which they develop a special interest.
  • Physical Education (PE):
    Physical education is a way of education through physical activity which are selected and carried on with full regard for values in human growth,development and behaviour.