At Apple, your child is encouraged to discover new areas of excellence and to enjoy the experience! In addition to their academic achievements, it is our aim that they should leave us equipped with the skills that will enable them to succeed in an ever-changing world.
FS 1- AED 6334 , FS 2 AED 6562Tuition Fees
Doha Road, Behind Emirates Driving Institute, Al Qusais-1, Dubai, U.A.E
|Over All Rating GOOD||Foundation||Primary||Secondary|
|English Attainment /Progress||Good||Good||Good|
|Mathematics Attainment /Progress||Good||Good||Very good|
|Science Attainment /Progress||Good||Very good||Good|
|Learning Skills Attainment /Progress||Good||Good||Good|
|Personal development||Very Good||Very Good||Outstanding|
|Understanding of Islamic values and awareness of Emirati and world cultures||Good||Very good||Very good|
|Social responsibility and innovation skills||Good||Very good||Very Good|
|Health and safety, including arrangements for child protection / safeguarding||Very Good||Very Good||Very Good|
We teach not for school but for life. We believe our children are talented and the pedagogic principles we apply must guide them to achieve their true potential.
The school follows : EYFS in Foundation Stage, CPP in Years 1 to 6 and The National Curriculum For England in Years 7 and 8. The school’s curriculum is designed keeping in mind the multicultural mix of the student community and their individual learning needs.
The school follows the ‘Ginn Reading Skills Programme.’ Every week two periods are set aside for enhancing Literacy Skills. Numeracy skills are incorporated into the curriculum. It improves the critical thinking skills of students.
Apple-ites are identified and trained and encouraged to cultivate leadership qualities at all stages of learning. They are given a platform to voice their opinion and share responsibility in the school improvement and development through the school prefectorial board.
Parents are empowered as partners of the school. They are increasingly involved in many areas. There are several channels of communication between the school and parents, including online platforms and social media.
Students devise and drive initiatives, such as the garden and the paper-making project, that are continually testing their knowledge with problem-solving questions.
“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” - and hence Apple-ites are offered a variety of extra- curricular activities to think beyond their regular subjects and unwind themselves.