British​

The British curriculum is widely recognized for its rigorous and comprehensive approach to education. It emphasizes a broad range of subjects including English, mathematics, science, social studies, and the arts. One of the strengths of the British curriculum is its focus on critical thinking and problem-solving skills, which are essential for success in higher education and in the workforce. Students who study through a British-based curriculum benefit from exposure to a wide range of learning experiences, which help to develop their creativity and independent thinking skills. Additionally, many universities around the world recognize and value the academic qualifications gained through the British curriculum, offering students greater access to higher education opportunities. Parents may choose to put their child in a school offering a British curriculum to provide them with a well-rounded and challenging education that prepares them for success in their future endeavors. This curriculum is suitable for learners who are self-driven, curious, and interested in a broad range of subjects.

Special Educational Needs

At our school, we are committed to providing a supportive environment where students of determination can flourish and develop according to their unique pace and abilities. We embrace inclusivity and ensure that all children, regardless of their challenges or abilities, are welcomed and supported. Our dedicated team of educators and support staff work closely with students, their families, and specialists to create personalized learning plans that meet their specific needs. We provide targeted interventions and resources to assist struggling students, while also implementing specialized programs to challenge and nurture gifted and talented students. Our goal is to foster an inclusive community where every child feels safe, valued, and empowered to succeed, reaching their full potential in all areas of their academic and personal growth.

The following list describes the categories of disability recognized as requiring additional or different approaches within schools operated by ADEK. These categories are recognized, defined and included in a Ministry of Education document entitled:

  • Intellectual Disability
  • Specific Learning Disability (includes Dyslexia)
  • Emotional and Behavioural Disorder (includes ADD and ADHD)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Speech and Language Disorder
  • Physical and Health-Related Disabilities
  • Visual Impairment
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Multiple Disabilities
  • Gifted and Talented Students

Ministry of Education (MoE)​

The Ministry of Education curriculum used in schools in Abu Dhabi is a comprehensive and structured educational framework designed to provide students with a well-rounded education. It aims to foster academic excellence, promote critical thinking, and develop the skills and knowledge necessary for students to succeed in a rapidly changing world. The Ministry of Education curriculum encourages a multicultural perspective and promotes the appreciation of the local culture and heritage of Abu Dhabi. It includes modules on the history, language, and traditions of the United Arab Emirates, fostering a sense of national identity and pride among students.

All schools are required to teach Islamic Studies, Arabic Language, and Social Studies. For non-Muslims, Islamic Studies is not compulsory and Arabic for non-Arabs is provided.