The Private School Sector in Abu Dhabi has a rich variety of curricula, as it comprises 14 approved curricula.
The Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge allows private schools the freedom to choose the curriculum they want to teach according to specific criteria and requirements, taking into account the needs of the labour market.
All foreign private schools must adhere to teaching the curricula approved and licensed by the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge, in addition to teaching the following subjects from first grade to tenth grade.
- Arabic Language
- Islamic Education
- Social Studies and Moral Education
You can read the detailed description for each curriculum here.
If you wish to see a list of the academic curricula available in private schools in Abu Dhabi and know more details about it or compare different curricula, you can use the newly launched platform by the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge to help parents and students choose the right curriculum and make an informed decision about school registration.
American curriculum schools can be specific to a state’s curriculum or be focused on common core state standards. Click for more details about this Curriculum in Abu Dhabi.
The Bangladesh curriculum applied in Abu Dhabi follows the Dhaka Board Curriculum. Click for more details about this Curriculum.
The English (British) national curriculum is a structure that schools use to make sure teaching and learning are balanced and consistent. Click to learn more about this curriculum.
The French curriculum focuses on developing independent analytical thinking across broad subject areas. Click for more details about this curriculum in Abu Dhabi.
Schools applying the German curriculum have the freedom to plan and organize teaching and learning in the way that best meets the needs of their pupils. Click for more details about this curriculum.