Number 1 DYNAMIC  EDUCATIONAL  SYSTEM

A spiritually and academically intertwined curriculum that is flexible, adaptable, relevant and technology driven to make student learning practical with better understanding. For example students are taught how to handle personal finances and budgeting through technology and incorporating Islamic value system. Al Iman Schools differs from the much criticized rote learning (a memorization technique based on repetition) prevalent in most other schools.

Number 2 LOW TEACHER STUDENT RATIO

In order to achieve excellence in child centered education, Al Iman Schools takes pride in maintaining a low teacher student ratio of 1:12 in the Pre School and 1:16 in the Primary School, which is one of the lowest among the public and private schools in Sri Lanka and globally. The school strongly believes that quantity should not compromise the quality of the educational outcomes.   The ultimate educational outcome is to produce great citizens.

Number 3 ROLE MODELS TO INSPIRE YOUNG LEARNERS

Al Iman Schools firmly asserts that “the quality of an education system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers”. Teachers play an integral role in shaping the next generation of any society. Al Iman Schools carefully structured ongoing professional development program equips the educators with the necessary skills, competencies, character, values and attitudes to be role models and inspire young learners.

Number 4 TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN LEARNING & E-LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

By incorporating technology, learning is made fun and interactive and provides a platform to keep the student enthusiastic and interested. Al Iman Schools  highly encourages students and educators to explore E learning resources such as Khan Academy and Learning Ladder, by providing necessary technological tools and resources.

Number 5 FAMILY FOCUS ESTABLISHMENT

Education at Al Iman Schools is a partnership between the school and the family. Together children are helped to work towards success in every aspect of life. Close relationships between parent, educator and child are established through regular parent workshops, seminars, and interactions providing guidance to child care, family counselling to raise the standards of living.