School Description

Beaconhouse Private School is situated in the Garden city of Al Ain in the UAE, within the school district and is a very convenient location and home to our prestigious school.

Our school starting in 2019 with modern facilities and very spacious school infrastructures,  provides students of the Al Ain community with a high standard quality education, which embodies all of Beaconhouse Education Group’s ethos.

We are part of the Beaconhouse Education School Group worldwide, with 730+ schools in 7 countries and growing. This pursuit of an outstanding education system is achieved with learning being at the heart of everything we do. Developing students’ key skills such as; collaboration, cooperation, communication, creativity, and critical thinking are an important part of our educational ethos. Our focus is to help our children learn and grow as we want them to thrive and be lifelong learners. Our teachers are passionate and seek to ensure that every child achieves their highest potential.

Parent support and partnerships are integral to a quality learning and experience and we truly value the relationship that our school has built with parents and the wider community. We are confident that our facilities and high standards of teaching and learning will lead to successful outcomes for all our students.

Thank you for visiting our website and we hope that you receive some insights into life here at Beaconhouse Private School in Al Ain. We would be delighted to hear from you and look forward to welcoming everyone to our wonderful school community.

School Contact Information
Location

13 Street, Falaj Hazza-Magar Al Dhabi, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi

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Principal's Details
  • Principal's Photo
    Qries
  • Principal's Name
    Ms Jaana
School Type
Affiliation

NCfE

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Curriculum
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Examination Boards

GCSE/IGCSE and AS/A Level exams

Extra Curricular Activities

Children at Beaconhouse School Al Ain have a wide variety of extra-curricular activities to choose from. In keeping with our philosophy, students are expected to challenge themselves in a variety of ways. The school offers a number of after school clubs and societies – some of which are run by students, either for students of their own age, or for those in the younger years – but each with a teacher in charge providing support and guidance to ensure a high quality of delivery. Many of these after school clubs are academic in nature while others have a less academic focus.

The combined effect of all of the extra-curricular provision is to:

Provide students with a more rounded education
Give students increasing choice and control over their learning

Grade Levels
Other Information
  • Number of Students
    197