Al Ain Academy
The Al Ain Academy is managed by the Aldar Academies and follows the English National Curriculum for students from FS1 to Year 13, located in the Al Sarooj area of Al Ain.
Al Ain Academy is a future-oriented school aimed not just at supporting the students’ academic growth but preparing them to become active, dependable, confident and caring members of the society. The school works to nurture a truly international community in which students excel in academics and achieve their success in all areas of school life while respecting principles and values such as responsibility and mutual respect.
Al Ain Academy has state-of-the-art facilities throughout its campuses such as sports facilities, dedicated music facilities, a well-resourced library with extensive learning resources, and more. The school also has incorporated cutting-edge 3D technology facilities such as 3D projectors, the use of Tablets and Mobiles, green screens, and software into the curriculum. The curriculum is all about skills, knowledge and values; excellence, passion, cooperation, respect, and creativity.
Sports facilities at the Al Ain Academy includes two swimming pools, Astroturf playing fields, additional game areas, separate playgrounds, netball courts, basketball courts, a large gymnasium, and large shaded playground space.
Arabic subjects are taught based on the guidance and materials prescribed by the UAE Ministry of Education. This helps the international students learn about the legacy of the UAE, helps to promote mutual understanding, peaceful co-existence and inter-cultural harmony and tolerance.
The curriculum for the Early Years Foundation Stage is theme-based, play-based and includes six core fields of learning. Children will begin to follow the National Curriculum for England from the Primary School which is the Key Stage 1 and 2. At Key Stage 3, students start their Secondary School years and follow the National Curriculum of England and Wales. During the 10th and 11th Year, students study for their chosen IGCSE subjects.
Extracurricular activity is a key part of the academic curriculum as Al Ain Academy recognizes the importance of life outside the academic world and provides a refreshing balance to academic studies. The school offers a wide choice of after-school activities to improve the curriculum. Academic activities include Science Club, Homework Club, Arabic, and the Quran. Creativity activities include Junior and Senior Ballet, Choir, Music Production, Arts and Crafts, Needle Felt, Lego, Ukulele, Cooking, Hama Beads, Mindful Colouring, Origami and Mural designs. The sports activities include Swim Squad, Girls, Football, Development Swim Squad, Boys Football, Athletics, Playground Games, Girls Netball, Touch Rugby, Table Tennis, Recreational Football and Dodgeball. Music activities include Vocal, Guitar, Piano, Strings, Woodwind, Percussion, Brass and more.
Complete the online application through the school website and are dealt with on a first come first served basis. The Admissions office will then contact you for an assessment. Upon successful results and on the basis of seat availability admissions will be given.
Extra Curricular Activities
- Boys Touch Rugby
- Cooking Club
- Girls Football
- Guitar Sing-along
- Homework Club
- Instrumental Music
- Lego Club
- Qu’ran Studies
- Science Club
- Vocal Music
Mr. Chris Nourse