Senior School pupils are learning all about campcraft, in preparation for their Bronze and Silver Duke of Edinburgh International Award expeditions which will take place next term.
The United Nations provides a vital platform for delegates from all countries to debate key issues in an attempt to reach decisions that aim to provide a stable environment for the resolution of conflict and progress with humanitarian issues. The Change the World MUN mirrors this by engaging young people ...read more →
In a moving Remembrance Day ceremony today, the whole school joined together to pay tribute to members of the armed forces who have been lost in the line of duty, and reflect on the sacrifices made in the name of national and international peace. Many thanks to our special Remembrance ...read more →
U13 BSME Netball kicked off to a flying start on Friday 10th November at NYU with the team leaving British International School of Jeddah scoreless with a 20 – 0 win. Following a good warm up, the girls next opponents were the reigning champions; The English School Kuwait. After a ...read more →
Year 9 pupils were privileged to spend part of their recent half term break enjoying an eco-trip on Sir Bani Yas, which is an 87 square kilometre island about four hours drive from Abu Dhabi. Sir Bani Yas was established as a wildlife reserve in 1971 by Sheikh Zayed and ...read more →
We are thrilled to have been shortlisted in the International School of the Year category of the Tes Independent Schools Awards 2018. These Awards review initiatives and achievements from the last academic year, and aim to: “…applaud excellence and reward innovation”. The other schools shortlisted in the same category are: ...read more →
Today, 2nd November 2017, we marked UAE Flag Day with a fitting ceremonial flag raising. The entire school community of almost 1,400 was present to observe the ceremony and sing the National Anthem. Cranleigh Abu Dhabi would like congratulate President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and the ...read more →
To begin our exciting new topic, ‘Why did they build the pyramids?’, Year 4 pupils had to complete a mummification challenge. The children were tasked with becoming embalmers, using collaboration and problem-solving skills to mummify a friend in just 20 minutes. We were very impressed with the results!
Congratulations to five of our U14 football players who have made it into the preliminary ADISSA Representative Squad to face an Ajman U14 team later this year. Cooper, Theo, Christian, Tejas and Luca will face a final trial in a game against an U14 La Liga High Performance Centre team, ...read more →
Year 1 children have been enjoying learning all about numbers. They had so much fun learning how to recognise and write them, identify their names and find one more and less than numbers to 20 and beyond. One of our classes decided to use Golden Time to make all the ...read more →