The school opened in 2014 and has doubled in student and teacher population with over 1350 students from 3 — 15 years of age, following the National Curriculum of England.
Over the past year, international partnerships have helped to during a pandemic.
Share good teaching and learning practice One of the biggest aspects of any international school project seems to be providing students with a real meaningful impact and sharing teaching practice.
For example, is internet access limited? One project involves schools around the world participating in an exchange including a week of themed activities.
Our newest school in the region, The Aquila School opens in Dubai in September 2018.
Partnering with the local community to share facilities, resources and educational expertise, as well as opportunities for collaborative research, professional development and networking is essential to ensure young people have access to the highest quality education and learning experiences across the region.