Purpose-built with learning and play in mind, in stunning natural surroundings, there’s plenty to inspire our students, both inside and outside the classroom. We’re also so fortunate to have access to the University’s extensive facilities, including science labs, auditoria, and meeting hubs. It makes for a truly world-class environment for our community.
Our students benefit from exceptional facilities to participate in a variety of competitive sports, recreational activities, musical and dramatic performances, and student government initiatives, all supported by our amazing teaching staff.
Our facilities include:
Our facilities include:
- Five large outdoor shaded playgrounds
- Two auditoria for theatre, events, and assemblies
- Indoor gymnasiums, outdoor basketball, and soccer pitch
- Two 25-meter swimming pools
- Dedicated music and art rooms, dance studios and several creative spaces
- Seven science laboratories
- Five design & technology hubs
- Two new edible gardens
Physical activity plays a crucial role in children’s development and wellbeing. Our students enjoy access to two gymnasiums, outdoor basketball and tennis courts, two 25-meter outdoor swimming pools, and an outdoor soccer pitch.
We also have access to the Island Recreation Club (the KAUST Community Club’s swimming pool), which we use for swim meets.
Our school has four large libraries to inspire a love of reading in our students and to support their learning.
Art, music and dance allows children to express themselves and enriches their learning by harnessing creativity – the perfect complement to their academic achievements.
Our well-equipped facilities include multiple creative arts spaces, and dedicated music, art, and dance studios. These dedicated spaces encourage young artists, musicians, and dancers of all abilities and ages to get involved and build their self-confidence, imagination and creative skills. More on Co-curricular.
Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
Integrated technology and information literacy to enhance our students’ learning experiences. It empowers them to create, collaborate and connect through the responsible use of print and digital resources.
We’ve invested in the latest technology to enhance our teaching and learning, including tablets, iPads, Chromebooks, and interactive panels for classroom use across the curriculum. Our specialist computer suite is also available for all our students to use.
We also provide many in-school resources that introduce young learners to responsible digital and technical play such as iPads, microscopes, and coding toys.