Leaders from an ‘Outstanding’ school
A new international British school in The Villa, Dubai
The Aquila School is an exciting new international British school in The Villa, Dubai, with so much to offer your child. Our experienced and passionate staff are committed to ensuring every child develops a love of learning and acquires the skills and knowledge they need for the future.
Part of the International Schools Partnership, The Aquila School opened in September 2018 to serve the growing educational needs of the surrounding communities of The Villa, Dubailand, and across Dubai. We offer an exciting and creative STEAM curriculum, based on the British curriculum, combining science, technology, engineering, maths, and the arts, to children enriched to meet the needs of our culturally diverse community. We are open for admissions from FS1 to Year 7 for the 2019/20 academic year.
We’re proud to announce that we were awarded the Best Design Education Project of the Year at the Design Middle East Awards 2018, a testament to the quality and design of The Aquila School’s campus and facilities.
We’re proud too that our Leadership Team successfully elevated their previous school to an Outstanding rating, so you can be sure your child’s education is in safe hands at one of the best new British schools in Dubai.
While there are many different curriculums available, the underlying principles are the same - the curriculum is designed to prepare children to live and work in an uncertain future. As such, teaching will provide children with a wide range of skills and a depth of...read more
Launch coincides with the win of the Best Design Education Project of the Year Award The Aquila School, a brand new international British school in The Villa, Dubailand, presented its students with a fantastic ‘real life’ learning opportunity...read more
This week Mrs Cleworth, Head of Primary, had the opportunity to introduce the fantastic Gulf News team to our school for the first time. During the interview the journalists from the esteemed newspaper really dug deep into what we mean when we talk about enquiry-based...read more