The Arcadia Preparatory School is a warm, vibrant and dynamic new primary school set in the heart of the Jumeirah Village Triangle community. We offer the highest quality education based on the new National Curriculum for England, from the Early Years Foundation Stage (age 3 years) through to Year 4 (age 8 years).
We are proud to announce that we have extended our scholarship allowing parents to reserve a spot for their child for any future year, as long as they enrol before the end of the 2016-17 academic year. This essentially means that for every year at the school, parents will get a 30% rebate of the KHDA approved fee.
In school activities taught by our skilled team of teachers; the programme trains and develops all pupils to become active learners, creative artists, confident performers and global communicators.
Parents are able to choose what age-appropriate extracurricular activities they wish their child to undertake within this portion of the programme.
This removes the need for stress at home due to homework requirements, and allows for more of that ever so essential family quality time.
At The Arcadia Preparatory School we acknowledge that children learn best through first hand experience in relation to themselves, their senses and the world around them. For this reason, we have designed the Early Years Explorers (EYE) programme.
This approach is based on the concept that powerful learning is built upon harnessing children’s natural curiosity in ways that help them to develop new skills and understanding in context with their environment.
The programme provides a firm foundation for transition to the National Curriculum for England, which children move to in Year 1
Our Principal, Graham Beale, is an advocate of intellectual curiosity, and has considerable experience in developing outstanding schools. He is delighted to have the opportunity to lead a highly qualified and dynamic team of professionals at The Arcadia Preparatory School.
Kephren Sherry, Head of Infants, has taught across the entire primary phase, with particular enthusiasm and passion for younger pupils, early literacy and enabling environments to optimise learning experiences.