Best British Schools in Dubai - Inclusive Enrichment program
BREAKING NEWS!!! We are delighted to announce that The Oxford School received approval from KHDA to conduct FS1 classes. Please contact our admission officer/ reception for further details. | Admissions are open for Academic Year 2021-22 | Hassel free admission process | Commendable results at the Cambridge board exams 2019-20 for IGCSE & AS/A Levels! | Overall IGCSE A*- B percentage : 74.19% ,Overall IGCSE A*- C percentage : 90.28%, Overall AS Level A – B percentage : 77.61%, Overall AS Level A – C percentage : 90.58%, Overall A Level A*- B percentage : 88.43%, Overall A Level A*- C percentage : 94.00%

Inclusive Enrichment program(IEP)

The Inclusive Enrichment Program is based on our mission statement, to develop a community of creative and independent learners, who is sensitive and tolerant to the need of a diverse global society.. Inquiry Based Based Learning and Experiential Learning are the two main aspects of this program. It’s an encouraging endeavor that helps students identify their talents and interests and gives them a chance to hone their skills by devoting 1 hour per week during school hours. It offers students a plethora of activities that cater to all like minded as well as different individuals. The students select an activity club of their choice through an online submit form, opting for a total of three clubs of their choice. The students were allotted clubs based on a First Come First Served Basis. Students are given the opportunity to focus on global significance, develop research questions and also investigate using a wide range of primary resource material. Teachers act as moderators, addressing individual questions and concerns and stepping in to help the students retain their focus if the problem seems too large. The programme includes different activities ranging from computing, globe trotting, graft and craft, making best out of waste, general knowledge, public speaking, drama, Arabic culture, singing, personality development, different forms of art, nutritious cooking, editing, ecology, chess and many more.

KEY ASPECT: The clubs have the Sixth Form volunteers as leaders. Some clubs are led by them and some have them as assistants. The progress of each student is recorded and evaluated at the end of the term. This is communicated to the parent through the formal parent teacher meeting

BEST FROM WASTE CLUB ISLAMIC CLUB
CAREER CLUB QURAN CLUB
ROBOTICS CLUB PAINTING/ ART CLUB
STEM CLUB PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT CLUB
DEBATE CLUB MUSIC CLUB
ECO CLUB QURAN TAJWEED CLUB
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE CLUB SCIENCE CLUB,MYTH BUSTERS CLUB
MUN CLUB