Global Wise Education

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    Religious Education: Resembles the locomotive or pilot of a train which pulls a series of rail cars or wagons. Students’ hearts and minds are tuned to the ideal of life set by Religion through instilling the relevant beliefs and dogmas during Religion classes.

  1. Moral/Ethical Education: Resembles the first wagon that directly follows the locomotive or pilot of the train. Morals and Ethics are pleaded, promoted and upheld by all Religions serving as a common ground for all students irrespective of the religion any of them may be following.  Instilling morals, ethical values, principles, and manners is conducted through the daily Character Building sessions. Character Building sessions are conducted in relation to religious verses for Muslim students and through a universal perspective in a generic manner for Non-Muslim students.  In this way, non-Muslim students receive the same set of values and ethics through the Moral/Ethical education, hence ensuring the same blend for all students, regardless of their religion.

  1. Physical Education: A human’s body well-being comes after instilling one’s beliefs and good manners, and prior to intellectual education. Physical education puts great emphasis on the teaching of special activities; namely swimming, archery, horseback riding, martial arts, physical fitness, fencing and scouting. These activities are performed daily and are important in raising the self-confidence and developing human beings into goal oriented, decision makers, fighters, leaders, and coordinators.

  1. Intellectual Education: It comes in its correct order, to flourish the mind with scientific knowledge of the different fields of sciences based on the set curriculum. The internationally recognised Cambridge International Curriculum is followed for core subjects (English, Mathematics, and Science), as it is a very rich curriculum that focuses on developing skills through understanding and application rather than memorizing and imitation. In addition, French or German is offered as a second language as well as a curriculum for Humanities which addresses the main incidents in World History as well as Geography. This is meant to broaden students’ minds through global awareness and facilitate communication with the outer world. National subjects are also provided which supports students in embracing their identity and helps in the development of belonging and citizenship.

  1. Psychological Support: The human being is considered the essential component of building a strong society. Thus, the psychological wellbeing of students can guarantee the wellbeing of the society. The Human Development Department has a set of structured roles and responsibilities done in collaboration with the students and parents through the triangle system to assure transferring all the negative issues that may arise throughout their journey into positive learning experiences.

  1. Social Support: The societal well-being is dependent on the well-being of its members. Social support is also provided to students through the Human Development Department to promote students’ sense of belonging as well as concern and responsibility towards their society and community.

  1. Sexual development: In order to avoid sexual deviations and in turn distortions in characters, raising awareness about the sexual development as a natural instinct rather than ignoring it or treating it as a taboo, is of essential importance to ensure healthy sexual development of students. This is executed through professional awareness sessions to students and parents.

The main concern of Maharat S.U.P.E.R Global (MSG) is to produce skilled and ethical people who are empowered and capable of making positive differences as well as able to contribute to the wellbeing of mankind, which is quite a challenging mission. Accordingly, Maharat S.U.P.E.R Global (MSG) has undertaken to work under the slogan:


“The School that Never Sleeps. The School of Power.”


Thus, Maharat S.U.P.E.R Global Approach ensures:

  1. Establishing strong home-school partnership and a three-way communication with the school, parents and students in order to achieve its mission through the integration of these three main pillars.2

  1. Recognizing students’ individual needs and providing them with opportunities that match their individual abilities. Adopting the concept of “Global Wise Education” which recognizes individual needs, differences and abilities while fostering the moral and ethical values and traditions; leaving its lasting on our future aspired reformers.

  1. Fostering good citizenship by promoting positive behaviour, global awareness and cultural understanding that significantly serves the community. Encouraging community services to develop the sense of belonging and ownership.

  1. Nurturing lifelong learners by reinforcing learning as a continuous lifelong process that extends beyond the school and working on developing students’ knowledge, skills and positive attitude towards learning, providing educational curricula and training programs.

  1. Engaging in efforts that ensure quality control and improvement in educational programmes and professional practices.

  1. Promoting the welfare of students with special education needs by supporting them in attaining their full potential intellectually, physically and socially.