Academy Academy Description ADEK Rating Curricula Location
Al Ain Academy

Primary & Secondary, Mixed

Very Good With Outstanding Features English National Curriculum Al Ain
Al Bateen Academy

FS2 - Year 3 PYP Primary School, Year 7-13 Secondary School. Mixed

Very Good English National Curriculum,IB Diploma Programme,IB PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME Abu Dhabi
Al Mamoura Academy

Primary Mixed / Secondary Girls Only

Good With Very Good Features English National Curriculum Abu Dhabi
Al Muna Academy

Primary, Mixed

Outstanding English National Curriculum Abu Dhabi
Al Yasmina Academy

Primary & Secondary, Mixed

Outstanding English National Curriculum Abu Dhabi
The Pearl Academy

Primary, Mixed

Outstanding English National Curriculum Abu Dhabi
West Yas Academy

Primary & Secondary, Mixed

Good American Massachusetts State Curriculum Abu Dhabi
Al Forsan Nursery

Nursery Mixed

Not Applicable English National Curriculum Abu Dhabi

Al Bateen Academy has achieved the following accreditations: 

  • Council of International Schools (CIS)
  • Investors in People - Gold
  • International Baccalaureate Organisation (IB Diploma Programme)
  • Examination Centre (Edexcel and Cambridge Examinations)
  • Institute of Leadership & Management
  • Microsoft Showcase School

Our schools are inspected on a regular basis (once every 18 months to two years) by ADEK, following which inspection reports are published on the school’s website.

Council of International Schools
The Council of International Schools (CIS) is a very highly regarded membership community committed to high-quality international education. CIS Accreditation work has been undertaken against the Standards within each of the eight (8) Domains: Purpose and Direction; Governance, Leadership, and Ownership; The Curriculum; Teaching and Assessing for Learning; The Student’s Learning and Well-Being; Staffing; Premises and Physical Accommodation; Community and Home Partnerships.
In February 2018, Al Bateen Academy was awarded CIS International Accreditation: 
“Al Bateen Academy is an outstanding and innovative school, characterised by a palpable sense of community and passion for student learning.
The School enjoys a high degree of support from all elements of its community. Al Bateen Academy enjoys stable, visionary and thoughtful leadership, has a supportive parent body, incorporating the Strategic Governance Group (SGG), engaging and highly motivate students, and corporate guidance and support from Aldar Academies Head Quarters.
Al Bateen Academy has a faculty and staff dedicated to the well-being and learning of students, while students are proud of their school and eager to attend it. 
The School’s Guiding Statements are visibly prominent throughout the building, and critically the impact is felt in the way planning and activities are contextualised within this belief system. The School has very deliberately committed to the CIS Accreditation process as a means of obtaining external, objective feedback on its core work, seeking verification as appropriate, and challenges in areas requiring improvement. Al Bateen Academy is a school seeking to innovate and inculcate futures thinking as it prepares young people for an ever-changing world.
It is appropriate to recognise and acknowledge the dedicated and visionary leadership of the Principal, the management and leadership skills of the Senior Leadership Team, and the commitment of faculty in creating a learning environment that is rigorous, engaging, relevant and in alignment with the Guiding Statements. It is also important to note the contribution of all support staff, for in their respective roles contribute significantly to sustaining the environment and positive culture of the School. It is a genuine team effort, and each person plays their part.
Through discussions with a wide range of school stakeholders, the Evaluators were able to identify school strengths, which include the exceptionally positive school culture and climate, the individual attention and support that students receive from their teachers, the demonstrated willingness to embrace change and innovation and the strong focus on students’ learning outcomes and well-being. There is a very strong commitment to student voice and student participation in improving the overall learning environment of the School. All of this makes for a very healthy learning culture and bodes well for the further development and implementation of the identified priorities into the future.”  CIS Accreditation Report 2018