The Personal Project is a requirement for Grade 10 students to graduate from the MYP Programme. Grade 10 students at AIA started working and developing their project several months ago.
Each year, Arab International Academy arranges the color run event to foster mutual understanding among different cultures and educate students about the importance of diversity and countering the influences that lead to fear and exclusion.
AIA held a talent show that celebrated the many talents we have amongst our young and skillful learners. The performers ranged from artists, singers and dancers to gymnasts, pianists and influential poets.
Recess Time is a crucial period for the healthy and holistic development of our children. They need this unstructured, free play to exercise their bodies and brains. It also gives them a chance to work on every aspect of their physical, social, emotional and intellectual development.
Throughout the unit of inquiry, How the World Works, KG2 students looked deeper into safety and responsibility as an integral part of the transportation systems. They gained more insight into the importance of safety while travelling as they looked at a variety of land, air and water transportation systems.
Technological advancement has had a huge impact on education. Since the traditional teaching approaches can no longer accommodate the needs of the growing number of students at every stage
Our KG students have been busy exploring ancient Arabian odysseys during October. To celebrate the Arabic Language Month, our students participated in a learning journey titled “Sinbad reads to the KG”
AIA views art as a universal language that nurtures our children’s creativity and helps them express themselves freely. Last month, our little artists participated in an art project which aimed at nurturing learners’ creativity,
The Arab International Academy (AIA) seeks to communicate and apply its vision and mission in all aspects of school life and aspires to develop a generation of future leaders who can act with integrity,
Fifth-grade students exploring the International Space Station (ISS) while Second-grade students investigated the roles of people in communities
The academy’s coordinators designed the league to include semiweekly scheduled training under the expert supervision of the league’s football coaches.