The National Curriculum in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a set of standards and principles that define what should be taught to students at various educational levels, from Kindergarten to Grade 12. These curricula aim to enhance students’ academic, cultural and religious excellence, and develop their mental, practical and social skills.
The national curricula in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia consist of several areas such as Arabic, Islamic, national and social education, science, mathematics, English and others. The national curriculum requires schools to follow the study plan and approved basic curricula, and to ensure the quality of education and continuous evaluation of students.
The national curriculum in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia goes through continuous development, and confirms the Kingdom’s commitment to promoting education and learning for all students and developing their skills to achieve their academic and professional goals in the future.