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Special needs students, co-ed, ages 4-16, enter The Children’s Academy (Bahrain) needing specialized attention and leave having been individually taught the National Curriculum of England and International Primary Curriculum.

  • Children's Academy (The)
    Road 1074
    Riffa 0910
    Kingdom of Bahrain
  • T +973 1761 3234
  • E [email protected]…
  • W www.childrensa…
  • Lower School Ages: 4-8
  • Lower School Sexes: Co-ed
  • Middle School Ages: 9-16
  • Middle School Sexes: Co-ed
  • Total School Numbers: 60 boys and girls,
  • Teaching Language: English
  • SEN: Special Needs School
  • Boarding: Not available
  • Uniform: Yes
  • School Year: Early September - mid June; 3 terms.
  • School Hours: 8.00 am - 1.00 pm (lower school); 2:30 pm (upper school)
  • Fee Currency: Bahraini dinars (BD)
  • Fee Details: Annual Tuition Fees: Early years: 9,918 KS1-KS2: 10,341 KS3-KS4: 10,872.
  • Fee Extras: Deposit: 500; Development levy (annual): 518
  • Religion: Non-denominational
  • Memberships: Affiliated to Alpha Plus Group.
  • State/Independent: Independent: privately owned (individual/corporation)


  • International Primary Curriculum
  • National Curriculum for England


  • None (school may be licensed, or may be "inspected" by its own owner, but it is not independently accredited or inspected by recognised agency or organisation)

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