To achieve their full potential, we believe that our students need to be challenged outside the classroom as well as inside. We offer a wide range of Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) after school and we encourage all children to play an active part in our programme.
Enrichment Activity Programme

The enrichment programme is named Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) and is run by our teaching team after school hours.

Students in Primary have the opportunity to experience a range of activities under the guidance of our teaching and teaching assistant teams. The students can take part in clubs that promote our 4 Cs; collaboration, creativity, communication and critical thinking such as art, pirate club, ski club or Just Dance!

Our Secondary students can further their school experience with clubs such as chess, drama, choir, Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award or fitness. The CCAs allow students to join their peers that are not based on the curriculum.


At Nord Anglia School Dubai we offer a range of enrichment activities ranging from mindfulness colouring, fitness, skiing, sailing and Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.
Enrichment Activity Programme
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

NAS Dubai offers the Duke of Edinburgh International Award for students to engage with their environment and interact with other societies.

The award includes a service activity, a skill component, physical activity, and an adventurous journey. Students gain navigation, cooking, camping, independence, and confidence skills. The award is available at Bronze, Silver or Gold levels for students in different years.

Enrichment Activity Programme
NAS Ski & Snowboard Pathway
The NAS Ski & Snowboard pathway offers students an opportunity to learn, develop and improve their ski or snowboarding within a safe environment.

Students enroll with Ski Dubai and can work through the different levels and aim to achieve either joining the race squad or developing their freestyle skills.
Enrichment Activity Programme
NAS Music Academy

From an early age, our students explore the fundamentals of melody, first by learning to play the keyboard, then developing their musical skills and knowledge to be able to identify and understand harmonies.

Soon, students are able take part in a wider variety of instrumental lessons, ranging from the piano and cello to the drums and electric guitar, as well as voice lessons, arranged during the day by our NAS Music Academy.