School Day | The Aquila School - Best British School in Dubai

SCHOOL DAY

EYFS and primary children should be in school from 7:30 am and no later than 7:40 am. Secondary pupils should be in school at 7:20 am to start the school day at 7:30 am. The school day begins for all pupils by singing the national anthem.  On Monday and Friday, Mr. Howsen hosts whole school assemblies.

Monday to Thursday

FS1 & FS2: 7:40am to 1:45 pm
Year 1 to Year 6: 7:40 am to 2:45 pm
Year 7 to Year 10:  7:30 am to 3:25 pm
 

Friday

FS1 to Year 10: 7:30am to 11:40 am
 

FS Sibling Club

To make life easier for families with children in FS1 and FS2 we are pleased to offer an after-school care service for one hour every Monday to Thursday (1:45 pm – 2:45 pm).The cost is AED 20 per child, per day. Children will engage in a range of activities in our FS area.

 

Breakfast club

Our breakfast club runs daily from 6:30 am to 7:30 am (Monday to Friday) This club is open to children in all year groups and costs AED 30 per child, per day. Breakfast club includes a light breakfast (toast, cereal and a drink) and activities for the children to engage with.

 

After school club

Our after school club runs from 2:45 pm to 3:35 pm from (Monday to Thursday and costs AED 20 per child, per day). Children will engage in a range of activities. This club is open to children in FS1 to year 6.

 

Wrap around care club

Our wrap around acre club is open to children in all year groups and runs from 3:25pm to 4:25pm, Monday to Thursday. Wrap around care club includes a light snack (toast, fruit and a drink) and activities for the children to engage with. AED 30 per day.

 

Friday Club

Our Friday club will offer families extended care on a Friday afternoon. This club is open to all children, in all year groups. All children will finish school at 11:40 am on a Friday.

 

Option 1

11.40am to 2pm at a cost of 80 AED per child

 

Option 2

11.40am to 4pm at a cost of 120 AED per child

Friday club includes lunch (sandwiches, fruit and a drink) and activities for the children to engage with.

For all of the above, the children are supervised by school staff. Finalised clubs will run based on demand from families.