Awarded British Curriculum School in Dubai | FS1 to Secondary
  • The Aquila School Dubai - Learning will be authentic, ensuring maximum engagement

The Aquila School – One of The Best British Curriculum Schools In Dubai

Our creative and inspiring learning programme for our Early Years to Year 8 pupils is an exemplary reflection of our administration and teaching staff’s excellence and dedication in their field. We ensure that international standards are highly maintained while also considering the local dimension of learning in the UAE. We pay equal attention to teaching Moral Education, UAE Social Studies, Arabic and Islamic Studies to ascertain that our curriculum is in line with the requirements of the Ministry of Education. Our priority is to help lay the foundation for a successful future for your child, develop them academically, socially and emotionally.

A New British Curriculum School in Dubai Dedicated to Your Child’s Future

As well as a focus on academic achievement and outstanding progress, we encourage our children to be inquisitive and creative and to make their own learning choices. Meaningful enquiry-based learning is at the fore.


Your child will be inspired by the exciting and creative curriculum, which is based on the National Curriculum for England. Our curriculum encourages children to direct their own learning through collaborative group problem-solving. This enables them to apply their skills and knowledge in a meaningful context, facilitating the development of essential critical thinking and communication skills.


Opportunities to understand and celebrate the culture and heritage of the UAE and the diversity of our local community are integrated into the curriculum. We believe that knowing the history of your country and people encourage respect, gratitude and love towards your nation and its people.


Learning is authentic. We follow a concept and enquiry-based learning approach, relying less on textbooks and worksheets, to ensure maximum engagement in practical learning. Engaged learning means children are actively learning through a lesson – independently and collaborating – having a maximum choice in the activities they do.

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