School is for all


At Young Boys Academy its our aim to secure a high level of academic training for our boys. So if Plan A (professional footballer) is not happening – Plan B (highly educated) will be ready to ‘take over’.

In order for training our boys in English it is our aim that the academy will be an English speaking academy.

But not only with and towards the boys. We want all our staff to be better at English.

Therefore, our teacher, Asnawi Ally, each day have 1 hour English-lesson with all staff – from gartners to cleaning and kitchen staff.

Silverleaf & Ailanga

Our 14 boys attends two schools. 12 boys goes in Primary (Standard 4 to 7) at Silverleaf Academy and two boys attends Ailanga Secondary School (Form 1).

Besides the Geography – both schools are very close – we have chosen the schools because the values and their high standards.

At Silverleaf they for instance have these five values:

  1. Lead the way
  2. Speak, listen & learn
  3. Ask why – and why not
  4. Build for the future &
  5. Unwavering mission focus

Which are very close to how we set our values at Young Boys Academy.

At the picture in the top you can see our six of our Silverleaf-boys from left: Mussa, Praygod, Sean, Iqram, David and Mansour

Home studying for the boys

 In the evening after dinner our own academy teacher is assisting the boys.

While the students work on their tasks at home, Asnawi actively assists those facing difficulties in any subject. In any case where a child encounters challenges or if there is a topic not fully understood, Asnawi seizes the opportunity to explain and ensure comprehension among all students according to their classes. 

Asnawi places emphasis on computer training, ensuring students acquire proficiency in programs such as MS-Word, MS-Excel, Gmail, Google Meet, and more (G-Suites). 

Additionally, Asnawi ensures that students allocate time to review and study what was taught in school. This is crucial as the school does not formally provide time for self-study, and teachers play an active role in providing materials and guiding students through their studies. 

This comprehensive approach aims to not only cover the academic aspects but alo fosters a supportive environment for students to enhance their skills beyond the classroom.