The Al Muntazir Boys Primary School was formerly known as Al Muntazir Junior School. It changed its name when the CBE made a decision to run a single-gender primary school in 2002. Situated in the Sea View area opposite the Aga Khan Hospital, the school faces the Indian Ocean and enjoys a tranquil environment of the area, which is very conducive for the teaching and learning process.
We provide a caring Islamic Environment, instilling and upholding Islamic values like honesty, friendship, and trust. We accommodate all students, irrespective of race, religion, caste, or creed.
The School is divided into the Lower primary and Upper Primary Sections. The Lower Primary (i.e. Grades 1, 2 and 3) has its main focus on child development, done through the concept of homeroom teachers. At the same time, the Upper Primary (Grade 4 – 7) strongly aims at developing the academic performance of the students through constant training and support by the expert teachers in every subject.
The school is committed to EXCELLENCE and encourages RESPECT FOR DISCIPLINE with which we improve the quality of education and raise the standards achieved by our students.
By the end of 2022, the Boys Primary School will fully migrate into Cambridge Curriculum, offering the Cambridge Primary from Grades 1 to 6, and preparing students for Cambridge Lower Secondary Year 7.
The school works towards developing students who would exhibit:
- Achievement in academics
- Ethics and Morals
- Community Service
- Participation in Sports
- High level of discipline