King Fahad AcademyThe King Fahad Academy was founded in 1985 as a British Curriculum school. In 1999 the decision was taken to phase out the British Curriculum to be replaced by the Saudi Curriculum. Currently the British Curriculum schools exist for years 7 to 13 in both Boys' and Girls' schools. The Saudi Curriculum classes cover from Year 1 to Year 11. New pupils are only accepted into the Saudi Curriculum Schools where they are taught in Arabic.
All the schools have well-equipped classrooms, with their own gymnasium and assembly hall. The main campus is at the Bromyard Avenue site with the Girls' Upper (British Curriculum) being accommodated at a second site in Little Ealing Lane. There is a full programme of sports, cultural and social activities.
The Academy is close to East Acton Tube Station (Central Line), and various bus routes. The Ealing campus is served by Northfields (Piccadilly Line).
GCSE, GCE exams.
253 students, 11-19 yrs.
London, W3 7HD, UK
Tel: (+44) 20 8743 0131
Fax: (+44) 20 8749 7085