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King Fahad Academy

King Fahad Academy

Bromyard Avenue, Acton, London, W3 7HD, UK

020 8743 0131



King Fahad Academy
School type Coeducational Day
Founded 1985
Status Private, Independent
Director General Dr Abdulghani Alharbi
Language of Instruction English
Co-ed Age Range 3-19
Number of pupils 500
Day fees per annum £3,300 - £4,300
Authorised IB Programmes IBDP, IBMYP, IBPYP
Diploma Coordinator Mohammed Baba
MYP Coordinator James Nevin
PYP Coordinator Hania Farwati
Associations ECIS, CIS, NEASC, IB

Committed to a balanced education

Since its foundation in 1985, the King Fahad Academy has achieved an impressive reputation as one of the leading independent bilingual schools in the United Kingdom. With the Diploma Programme authorised in 2008, the PYP in 2011 and the MYP in 2015, the KFA gained additional status as the only Islamic school in the UK authorised to provide the International Baccalaureate Programmes.

We provide quality international education for students age 3-19 years that blends with the rigour and innovative IB curriculums within the ethos and values of the Islamic faith. The KFA aims to inculcate in its students, through their faith and culture, an understanding and respect for other cultures. Commenting further, Dr Abdulghani Alharbi, the Director General of the King Fahad Academy observed:

"We encourage our students to show and reflect our shared values as a school: Knowledge, Faith, and Aspiration, in atmosphere that identify and promote the unique potential of each student, within a caring, understanding, happy and stimulating learning environment".

The IB programmes have enabled us to extend the scope and subjects of the curriculums on offer, with varieties of exciting and interesting opportunities and experience for the students, enhancing and extending their learning with experience from the real world.

We are excited and keen to extend the dynamics of teaching and learning via inquiry, concepts and skills across the King Fahad Academy to enhance the principles of the IB continuum.