parent essentials

When your child joins Amman Academy, you do, too. Your family will be welcomed into a warm community with strong principles, a deep respect for cultural traditions, and a genuine sense of happiness and harmony. On this page, you’ll find lots of useful information – from key dates to transport – that will guide you through your time here.
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23/24 Amman Academy Parent-Student Brochure (English)

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23/24 Amman Academy Parent-Student Brochure (Arabic)

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KEY DATES: 2023-24

Keep track of term, holiday, and event dates at Amman Academy with our 2023-24 calendar.
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A variety of extraordinary learning opportunities enrich our students’ education. Tailored to your child’s interests, strengths, and ambitions, these experiences will build their character and develop a host of skills.
After-school clubs
Organised by our dedicated Student Life Office (SLO), our extensive after-school programme offers something for everybody. Your child can explore environmental challenges at our ‘clean and green’ club, code, design, and programme robots, or study the Quran. They can also learn a musical instrument, sculpt, or try their hand at origami.
Nord Anglia collaborations
Being part of the Nord Anglia Education family transforms how and what our students learn. Your child will enjoy a world-class performing arts education through our collaboration with The Juilliard School, while our Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)-inspired STEAM programme reimagines learning in extraordinary ways. Our collaboration with UNICEF, meanwhile, challenges students to make a positive impact on the world around them.
Action and service
A range of leadership and service opportunities – both through our International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum and beyond the classroom – teach our students to act with honour, purpose, and passion. These include our Student Council, Model United Nations programme, and community-focused activities linked to cultural celebrations, including Ramadan.
Students of all ages make the most of our magnificent sports facilities, as they get active, try new things, and display their talents. After-school sports clubs range from Taekwondo and gymnastics to football and basketball, while specialist coaches deliver skill-boosting 10-week training courses. Ambitious athletes finesse their skills at team practice sessions before getting competitive through our league programmes.
Day and holiday camps
The fun doesn’t stop when school finishes! At weekends, outdoor and adventurous day camps give our younger learners the chance to get moving and connect with nature. We also run a Ministry of Education-approved summer holiday camp, which is packed with character-building experiences.


Our history, heritage, and local culture are immensely important to us. They inform our educational approach and set the standards our students live and learn by. This will ensure your child develops the values and character they need to flourish, all within a joyous and respectful environment. We come together as a community for cultural celebrations throughout the year, too, including Jordan Independence Day, Eid, and Ramadan.
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Everything you need to know about life at Amman Academy, in one place.
School meals
A healthy range of hot and cold meals, snacks, and drinks provide the fuel our students need to excel.
Bus service
Our comfortable and efficient bus service offers the highest standards of safety and security. 
Our smart and comfortable uniform cultivates a sense of community across the age groups.


  • Where is the school located?
    Our safe and secure campus is situated in Khalda, a prime location in the west of Amman. Our full address is: Amman Academy, Sulayman Abd Al Qadir As Sukkari Street, Amman-Khalda, PO Box 840, Zip Code 11821.
  • What curricula do you teach?

    From kindergarten through to grade 12, every student follows the International Baccalaureate (IB) continuum of programmes: the Primary Years (PYP), Middle Years (MYP), and Diploma (IBDP). 

    The IB continuum is academically rigorous and respected around the world. Each programme is also packed with character-forming learning experiences that nurture critical thinking, spark creativity, and build resilience. This creates well-rounded individuals who not only achieve fantastic Diploma results, but also flourish as people. 

  • What size are your classes?
    Our class sizes vary by age group. Our average teacher to student ratio of just 1 to 8 is one of the lowest in Jordan. This gives our teachers the time and space to get to know your child, identify and nurture their strengths, and provide the right level of support and challenge.
  • What languages do you teach in?
    Amman Academy is a truly bilingual school. We teach in both English and Arabic, ensuring our students become fluent dual-language communicators. Bilingualism also cultivates a deep cultural appreciation, nurturing respectful citizens who are ready for success in our globalised world.
  • Which universities do your graduates go to?
    Our students’ Diploma success takes them to the very best universities in the world. Many secure prestigious scholarships, too, which reflects our reputation for educational excellence in Jordan – and the world. Recent graduates have gone on to study at Harvard, Cambridge, Yale, Stanford, and MIT.


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Amman Academy educators joined the world’s best to explore the future of education.

On March 7th, more than 200 international educators from 15 countries around the globe descended on Hanoi, Vietnam to innovate, problem solve and brainstorm at one of the world’s largest academic conferences.

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Social impact: how our students are building stronger communities
Have a read about the real impact of our Social Impact Grants, in the words of students. 
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Nord Anglia Education's investment in student impact projects reaches US$290,000

Nord Anglia Education today announced funding for 11 new student-led social impact projects, taking total investment from the Nord Anglia community investment fund to US$290,000. A key element of Nord Anglia’s education strategy is to help students develop their sense of purpose and global citizenship as they create and lead community impact initiatives.

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At every stage of their education, our world-class International Baccalaureate specialists will support, challenge, and inspire your child to excel. 

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