Our School

Al Murooj English School


AMES was founded in 1994 to provide students with excellent academic programs and a nurturing environment with close student-teacher relationships. Al Murooj English School prepares students for success both personally and academically. A time marked by creative, social, and emotional development and characterised by a lifelong love of learning and the joys of new, diverse friendships. Al Murooj School offers an outstanding education and a modern and spacious British curriculum.

The British Curriculum provides our students with a broad and balanced education that helps them find and develop their unique talents. It also prepares them for further education in some of the most prestigious colleges and universities worldwide. We provide the best start to your child’s education in a warm and supportive learning environment that allows them to shine academically and socially. We also prepare them to become valued members of the global community and develop the attributes they need to become lifelong learners.

Different Nationalities
Active Students
Quality Teachers
Other Activities

Our World Is

A unique feature at Al-Murooj School is the one-on-one relationship between the teacher and the student. The teacher makes the classes exciting and inspiring with patience, care, and concern. The classrooms are not characterised by monotonous monologues but by highly interactive sessions.

Our students can regularly visit different places of interest as part of their learning process. A spectrum of activities is planned in the curriculum to help the children excel in their capacities. Activities like arts and crafts help the children develop their motor skills, while coaching them in arts like painting, listening, speaking, and sports help them vibrate with positive energy.


Every classroom is equipped with a projector to make learning more interactive and fun.

Empowering Children with the Confidence to Face the Future

Physical and mental fitness training

Community-related activity

Parental involvement

Etiquette grooming

Quality Knowledge Management

Honing life skills

Academic Excellence

Knowledge Power

As a child comes to Grade 4, there is a remarkable change in personality, intellectual capacity, and behavioural patterns. As a child approaches adolescence and begins to tread the path of life, they need constant motivation, a watchful eye, appreciation, and much love and care. At this crucial point of the child’s life, the child’s energy is diverted towards positive activities; aptitudes are identified, encouragement is given in all spheres, and personal counselling is provided.

The school features a library service that encourages the children’s reading habits and triggers critical and lateral thinking through reviews. An awareness of what is going on worldwide is created through the innovative methodology. Numerous opportunities are also offered to the students to explore and discover facts for themselves. In ICT classes, technology makes its presence felt, with each child having a chance to master the world of electronics.

The methodology adopted at the primary level of education stresses an interactive approach through group activities and hands-on activities. The children are given specific projects to help develop an investigative mind. The classroom becomes alive with keen questions and convincing answers. In the primary grades, learning in the school is not merely confined to textbooks. Extra time is given for discussion of current affairs, and to develop the general knowledge of the students, the latest audio-visual presentations are used.

Today, AMES is one of the country’s leading academic schools, and students achieve exceptional examination results. Our campus is a busy, passionate, and purposeful place where independent and deep thinking are enjoyed, encouraged, and respected by all and where holistic excellence is achieved. While we urge students to embrace the values of liberal education and a deep and rigorous learning process, we also encourage them to examine, question, and investigate the content of that learning and push boundaries to confront expectations.