Qur’an and Islamic Studies

Qur’an and Islamic studies are being provided to the students at Rabea Girls’ Public School. The objective is to provide the teachings and the fundamentals of Islam as embodied in the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah in order to develop a sense of accountability towards the Almighty, inculcate moral values and develop piety and faith in the hearts of the believers.

Child’s Protection & Safeguarding

When students are in school, the school is responsible for keeping them safe from harm and abuse. Rabea Girls’ Public School creates a safe learning environment, identify pupils who are suffering or at risk of harm and takes suitable actions. The school has trained staff in child protection and committed to safeguard the dignity and rights of all children. We do all in our power to create a safe environment for children. We cooperate fully with the National Board for Safeguarding children. The school ensures to teach students how to protect themselves. It fosters personal, social and health education (PSHE) lessons that deals with:

  • risky behaviour
  • suitable and inappropriate physical contact
  • dealing with peer pressure

Deshbhakti Mindset Curriculum- A D.O.E. Initiative

The content of the curriculum moves from themes of love and respect for the country, to identifying the strengths and challenges of the country, to reflecting on what each student (person) can do for the country and how can each one contributes to India's progress. An underlying essence throughout the curriculum is on bridging the gap between values and actions, and make each child realize that every action of theirs represents their relationship to India, and has an impact on the country.

Then following are some key elements of lesson designs that is practiced in the school:

  • Opening Discussion
  • Classroom Discussions
  • Classroom Activities
  • Homework-taking the conversation beyond the classroom

Happiness class encompasses a range of ideas, values, stories, and activities that encourage students to discuss their views, share experiences, and reflect on their actions. Creates an open and non-judgmental safe space for students to deeply engage with themselves and others. In it, students are guided to be more aware of their feelings, identify their emotional needs, and be cognizant of their responses to life's circumstances, A unique feature about the curriculum is that it has no books for students, no homework, and no examinations. Instead, there is a Teacher's Handbook for each grade whose major components are:

  • Practicing mindfulness,
  • Sharing views and expressing emotions with the help of stories & activities