Dubai International Academy, Emirates Hills

Dubai International Academy, Emirates Hills

Overview

Dubai International Academy, Emirates Hills is one of the top schools in Dubai. Operating since 2005, this well-known school offers the popular International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum. The school is located in Emirates Hills and currently offers international standard education to over 2,000 students belonging to 77 different nationalities. The latest KHDA assessment rated the school as ‘Very Good’. DIA has a second branch in Al Barsha that is also gaining popularity among parents.

Students as young as three years old can enrol in KG 1 and continue studying in this IB school in Dubai until Year 13. There are 260 staff members at DIA belonging to 18 diverse nationalities, complementing the multicultural nature of the student population.

The school is a member of the Innoventures Education Group. Innoventures Education was established in 2004 and manages multi-curricular international schools in Dubai. Currently, the Innoventures Education group manages seven schools and nurseries in Dubai.

The main goal of DIA is to prepare the leaders and thinkers of tomorrow. The highly experienced staff at this school makes sure to keep up with constantly changing educational standards so as to provide their students with every learning tool available.

Residential Communities near Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills

There are plenty of residential areas near DIA, which is centrally located in the Emirates Hills community. Some of the most popular options include:

The closest residential area to the school is Emirates Hills. Parents wanting to live close to DIA can consider these properties available for rent and sale.

CAMPUS

classrooms at Dubai International Academy
Classrooms are well-decorated keeping different age groups in mind (Image Credits: Dubai International Academy)

DIA is one of the most successful IB curriculum schools in Dubai with two state-of-the-art -campuses. One campus of Dubai International Academy is in Emirates Hills and the other in Al Barsha. The state-of-the-art facilities at the Emirates Hills campus include:

  • Shaded outdoor basketball and tennis ball court
  • Specialist rooms for performing arts including music, dance and drama
  • Rooms dedicated for design & technology, art and language learning
  • Soft floored room for kindergarten
  • Fully equipped science labs, computer labs and design technology labs
  • Fully networked library
  • Specialised exam halls
  • Four multi-purpose and climate-controlled halls suitable for sports
  • Outdoor learning areas
  • Two swimming pools
  • A grassy outdoor playing field and shaded play areas
  • Sky Garden and a cafeteria serving hot food

Location of DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS

Dubai International Academy’s location in the Emirates Hills community is of prime importance. It is built on 350,000 sq. ft. plot.

Why DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS?

DIA Emirates Hills firmly believes in providing children with a well-rounded education. DIA ensures that students fulfil their true potential and contribute as productive individuals. It offers the IB curriculum from KG to Year 13 with a syllabus that has been developed by studying various international curricula and benchmarked against the Cambridge International Standards.

The school is an accredited member of several leading global educational bodies including The Council of International Schools, The New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and MEIBA, which is the Middle East IB Association.

The school is also a part of the Eco-Schools programme which encourages children to become environmentally conscious citizens. In addition to this, Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills is a part of the prestigious organisation called the Hague International Model United Nations.

The school has also achieved impressive academic results in the IB Diploma Programme external examinations. The students of DIA have been successfully placed in top tier universities. The class of 2018 has obtained cumulative scholarships amounting to well over $5 million.

A few of the accomplishments of the students from DIA include the following:

  • DIA has a very active debating society which has won many competitions on the national and regional level
  • DIA students displayed great team spirit and worked collaboratively for the World Scholars Cup, an inclusive and team-oriented event
  • Two DIA students won first place in their respective categories at the Techno Talent Fest 2018- an event held to showcase exemplary IT projects by students.
  • The students of Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills participated at the Design Space 2018, a design competition by Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation (DIDI) where groups from different schools were required to design a solution to a real-life situation. The finalist team from DIA designed a seating and shading solution for Alserkal Avenue (Al Quoz).
  • Students from this Innoventures Education School also won awards at the DEWA Conservation Awards in 2018

Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills offers a wide range of languages. This ensures that children have an engaging platform where they can learn their mother tongue. DIA offers classes for Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Spanish, Swedish and Mandarin two to three hours a week.

DIA Emirates Hills has a GATEWAY programme for Gifted and Talented Students. In this program, students with special talents are identified by the teachers and provided with additional training and opportunities that cater to their learning needs.

DIA Emirates Hills also encourages students in many of their community initiatives done locally and globally. DIA Cares is another philanthropic, student-led club which organises fundraisers and food sales to support the GIVE Foundation’s initiatives of building schools all around the world.

This wide exposure, inclusive management and thorough delivery of the curriculum have led to the school’s popularity among parents and guardians.

School Details

COVID-19 Protocols

The Government of Dubai has developed protocols for schools to follow until the pandemic is over. This is an accumulative effort and approach to keep everyone, including students, teachers, parents and all the relevant third parties safe and healthy.

Dubai International Academy, Emirates Hills has uploaded reopening arrangements 2020 – 2021 on the official website for your convenience. Here’s an overview of the preventive SOPs in place. 

  • Sterilising the school building, classrooms, laboratories and other facilities regularly, according to the recommendations of the National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management.
  • Assessing the temperature of everyone who enters the school building daily.
  • Maintaining physical distance guidelines as recommended by the relevant health authorities and reducing the headcount capacity in classrooms.
  • Seats will be placed 1.5 metres apart in classrooms.
  • Keeping the bus capacity at 50%.
  • Limiting gatherings and suspending group activities such as school celebrations and sports events.
  • Appointing a trained health and safety officer to ensure that people and processes in the school comply with health and safety protocols.
  • Physical education will continue; however, swimming pools will be closed.
  • School-wide events such as sports day, assemblies, international days, activities are put on hold.
  • Students can either attend classes in person or opt for distance or E-learning
  • For now, the school’s fee remain unchanged for the next academic year;
  • COVID-19 PCR testing is not mandatory for students without travel history. Only those who show symptoms of COVID-19 are required to take the PCR test.
  • Parents can book school tours, however social distancing and other precautionary measures will be followed as it is.

Years Offered at DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS

DIA offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum from Kindergarten to Year 13.

Sections
Years Covered
Sections
Primary Years Programme (PYP)
Years Covered
KG 1 to Year 6
Sections
Middle Years Programme (MYP)
Years Covered
Year 7 to Year 11
Sections
Diploma Programme (IBDP)
Years Covered
Year 12 and Year 13

DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS Curriculum

Dubai international Academy curriculum and exam system
IB curriculum is followed throughout Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills (Image Credits: Dubai International Academy)

IB PRIMARY YEAR PROGRAMME

The IB Primary Years Programme (IBPYP) curriculum is a framework for students aged 3 to 10 years. It involves developing a child’s enquiry skills even outside the classroom. IB PYP is defined through six transdisciplinary themes involving global significance, usage of knowledge and skills.

The following skills are developed through the Primary Year Programme:

  • Social Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Self-Management Skills
  • Thinking Skills
  • Research Skills

The overall aim of PYP is to develop students who play a vital role in creating a better and peaceful world.

IB MIDDLE YEAR PROGRAMME

This programme meets the educational requirements of students aged from 11 to 16 years. It is designed to offer a traditional and broad prospectus to students while increasing their awareness in all subjects.

Students at this level are especially encouraged to inquire, question, critically evaluate and explore the links between subjects. Intercultural awareness and communication skills are considered as essential elements and fundamental to the MYP’s philosophy.

Some key subjects offered during this programme include French, Spanish, Arabic, Geography, Digital Design, History, Business, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Media Studies and Drama. These are offered as a group of subjects. The objectives of each group are skill-based and are taught through a variety of learning and teaching approaches.

Students in the MYP are eligible for a detailed portfolio that showcases their achievements at school and involves their level of knowledge in each subject. During Year 11, students are required to submit a Personal Project while Year 9 students have to submit a Community Project. It is also mandatory for students to finish Community and Service.

IB DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

The International Baccalaureate Programme (IBDP) is a course designed for students aged between 16 to 18 years that meets all the educational requirements. It is a well-rounded and rigorous curriculum designed and devised to involve students in knowledge, attitudes and skills.

To become eligible, all Diploma candidates must:

  • Have one subject from the specific groups
  • Attend three subjects at Higher Level (HL) and three at Standard Level (SL)
  • He/she must follow the Theory of Knowledge course
  • Engage in CAS (Creativity, Activity and Service)

Those who don’t opt for the Diploma programme can take IB courses in five or six subjects where English and Maths are compulsory.

IB CAREER RELATED PROGRAMME

The International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme (IBCP) is designed to incorporate the vision and educational principles as a unique programme specifically devised for students who have the aptitude to engage in career-related learning.

CP is a flexible educational framework allowing schools to meet the educational needs of students. Students who opt for CP engage in a rigorous course of study, which helps them gain practical and lifelong skills.

This programme is a comprehensively devised and combines highly regarded and internationally acclaimed courses. The CP is based on a three-part and includes the study of Diploma Programme (DP) at least with distinctive CP core and a career-related study.

CP students are provided with DP courses that are theoretical and academically rigorous. The career-related study further supports the programme and its academic strength.

Distance Learning at Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills

Early Years
Primary
Secondary
Early Years
Google links – various links to age appropriate activities
Primary
Edmodo
Secondary
Managebac
Early Years
YouTube Channel to upload videos
Primary
Toddle
Secondary
Microsoft Office 365 Teams
Early Years
Shared online folders with Maths and English content
Primary
SeeSaw
Secondary
CENTURY Tech
Early Years
Shared links to subscribed online platforms with parents
Primary
Microsoft Office 365 Teams
Secondary
Edmodo
Early Years
Primary
CENTURY Tech
Secondary
Kognity / iMaths / InThinking

The table above represents technology platforms that Dubai International Academy in Emirates Hills has employed to facilitate distance learning at all levels. All the above mentioned online forums allow teachers, students and parents to create, share, submit, revise work and provide feedback.

From homework to quizzes and tests, children can easily experience productive learning sessions. To make distance learning a success, DIA Emirates Hills encourages parents, students and teachers to work in collaboration.

The official school website has detailed information on distance learning for your convenience.

KHDA Rating

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority inspects private schools in Dubai.

KHDA School Ratings Dubai International Academy
General KHDA School Ratings

In the latest inspection by the KHDA, DIA was rated as “Very Good”. You can view the 10-year history of the school below:

Years
KHDA Rating
Years
2009 – 2015
KHDA Rating
Good
Years
2015 – 2016
KHDA Rating
Outstanding
Years
2017 – 2019
KHDA Rating
Very Good

One reason that DIA Emirates Hills achieved this rating is its innovative curriculum design and adaptation that was handled efficiently. This reflects in the high-quality teaching as well as high levels of success for students in Science, Math, English and Language skills.

Academic Calendar for DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS

The academic year at DIA has two terms until 2019, but in 2020, the format was changed to accommodate three terms.

  • The first term starts in the last week of August and ends in the third week of December. It is followed by a 3-week winter break. 
  • The second term starts in the first week of January and ends in the last week of March. It is  followed by a 2-week vacation period 
  • The third term starts in the second week of April and ends in the last week of June. It is followed by a 2-month summer break.

One can view the academic calendar in detail on the school’s official website.

Admission and Fees

How to Apply to DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS?

At DIA, the main admission intake is at the start of the new academic year in August; however, they do accept applications throughout the year and offer admissions depending on the availability of seats.

DIA follows a 13-year system. Parents are requested to check the Year Group Equivalency as published on their website before making applications to the school for admissions. The age is determined as on 31st December of the admission year. Parents of the applicant must submit a completed online application form. Parents are advised not to withhold any information as it might delay the process. Parents can get in touch with the school with any questions or concerns. If there are no places available at the time of application, it will be put on a waiting list. Applicants are then invited for an assessment.

The selection of a candidate is based on multiple criteria:-

  • The CAT 4 entrance test performance is a primary deciding factor. In the case of Kindergarten and Year 1, students are assessed to see if they are ready to start school and are toilet trained.
  • The results and the reports from the previous school are also checked.
  • The school can decide to do a face to face interview if it is required. The interview is conducted by the Admissions Officer or the Principal or any other designated school staff member.
  • Parents have to verify the age of the child against the grade before applying. If the child does not fit within the allocated guidelines, the application will be rejected.
  • Parents have to submit the Transfer Certificate from the past school as per the KHDA rules.
  • Applicants who already have siblings in the school are given priority.
  • The school will be accepting students needing ESL (English Second Language) support from Year 1 to Year 11. This is for students who never had English as the primary medium of instruction. The school admissions team will then decide based on the initial assessment whether the student needs further assessments or support. Parents will be advised by the school accordingly.
  • In case the student is transferring from a different curriculum, the school will take into consideration the limitations that may occur with transfer dates for local transfers as defined by the KHDA.

Applicants must also pay a fee of AED 500 (non-refundable) during the assessment process; this is the registration fee for Dubai International Academy, Emirates Hills. Assessments are done at the school for local candidates from Sunday to Thursday during school hours by appointment only. DIA also makes provisions for students outside the UAE to take assessments online under the supervision of a qualified teacher.

There is no personal assessment for KG1; instead, a questionnaire will be sent to the parents. For KG2, Year 1 and Year 2 students will have a personal assessment in English where they can use a number of work and non- verbal clues. For Year 3 and above CAT4 digital testing is conducted via an online platform (the fourth edition of GL Cognitive Abilities Test).

Where appropriate a face-to-face interview may also be undertaken with the relevant school authority.

The following documents are required at the time of assessment

  • 1 photocopy of the birth certificate, passport, visa, and Emirates ID of the student
  • Latest 2 year’s full school reports or transcripts
  • Photocopy of immunisation records
  • 2 passport photos

At DIA, the admission process for a Dubai based student is usually complete in 5 days after the assessment. Parents/guardians should accept the offer within 7 days to secure the place.

DIA school’s admission process is available in detail on the official website. However, before initiating the admission process, parents must ensure that their child meets the following age cut-off criteria.

Years
Minimum Entry Age
Maximum Entry Age
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
FS 1
Minimum Entry Age
3
Maximum Entry Age
4
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
FS 2
Minimum Entry Age
4
Maximum Entry Age
5
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
Year 1
Minimum Entry Age
5
Maximum Entry Age
6
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
Year 2
Minimum Entry Age
6
Maximum Entry Age
8
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
Year 3
Minimum Entry Age
7
Maximum Entry Age
9
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
6
Years
Year 4
Minimum Entry Age
8
Maximum Entry Age
10
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
7
Years
Year 5
Minimum Entry Age
9
Maximum Entry Age
11
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
8
Years
Year 6
Minimum Entry Age
10
Maximum Entry Age
12
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
9
Years
Year 7
Minimum Entry Age
11
Maximum Entry Age
13
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
10
Years
Year 8
Minimum Entry Age
12
Maximum Entry Age
14
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
11
Years
Year 9
Minimum Entry Age
13
Maximum Entry Age
15
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
12
Years
Year 10
Minimum Entry Age
14
Maximum Entry Age
17
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
13
Years
Year 11
Minimum Entry Age
15
Maximum Entry Age
18
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
14
Years
Year 12
Minimum Entry Age
16
Maximum Entry Age
19
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
15
Years
Year 13
Minimum Entry Age
17
Maximum Entry Age
20
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
16

This is based on the age of the students on 31st July (for schools beginning in April) and 31st December (for schools beginning in September). Source: KHDA

* This is to cater to students transferring from systems that admit students of a younger age)

Fee Structure at Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills

Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills fee for new students for the academic year 2020- 2021 is as follows:

Years
New Students Enrolment Fee
Term 1 Fee
Term 2 Fee
Term 3 Fee
Annual Tuition Fee
Years
KG 1
New Students Enrolment Fee
AED 2,050
Term 1 Fee
AED 14,346
Term 2 Fee
AED 12,296
Term 3 Fee
AED 12,296
Annual Tuition Fee
AED 40,988
Years
KG 2
New Students Enrolment Fee
AED 2,310
Term 1 Fee
AED 16,177
Term 2 Fee
AED 13,869
Term 3 Fee
AED 13,869
Annual Tuition Fee
AED 46,225
Years
Year 1
New Students Enrolment Fee
AED 2,330
Term 1 Fee
AED 16,332
Term 2 Fee
AED 13,998
Term 3 Fee
AED 13,998
Annual Tuition Fee
AED 46,658
Years
Year 2 to Year 6
New Students Enrolment Fee
AED 2,640
Term 1 Fee
AED 18,494
Term 2 Fee
AED 15,852
Term 3 Fee
AED 15,852
Annual Tuition Fee
AED 52,838
Years
Year 7 to Year 9
New Students Enrolment Fee
AED 2,970
Term 1 Fee
AED 20,802
Term 2 Fee
AED 17,832
Term 3 Fee
AED 17,832
Annual Tuition Fee
AED 59,436
Years
Year 10 and Year 11
New Students Enrolment Fee
AED 3,300
Term 1 Fee
AED 23,121
Term 2 Fee
AED 19,815
Term 3 Fee
AED 19,815
Annual Tuition Fee
AED 66,051
Years
Year 12 and Year 13
New Students Enrolment Fee
AED 3,630
Term 1 Fee
AED 25,417
Term 2 Fee
AED 21,789
Term 3 Fee
AED 21,789
Annual Tuition Fee
AED 72,625

School’s official website has detailed information regarding the fee structure of the existing students.

Scholarships at DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS

DIA provides sports scholarships for competent students through its Innoventures Education Program. The main goal at Innoventures Education is to allow talented athletes to fulfil their potential by participating in competitions along with developing their social, academic and emotional skills.

To be eligible, students should have:

  • Served as the representative of their country, region or city in one or more sports
  • Demonstrated outstanding ability, dedication and potential
  • Represented their school in their chosen sport
  • Made an impact in the school sport’s division and inspired fellow students

Along with maintaining their prowess at the sport, scholarship students must consistently achieve closely monitored academic individual targets throughout the year.

School Facilities

Lunch Options at DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS

lunch options at Dubai International Academy
Students benefit from healthy snacks options at Dubai International Academy (Image Credits: Dubai International Academy)

Students enrolled in KG 1 to Year 2 at DIA are allowed to bring a hot meal in an insulated lunch box. From Year 3 onwards, students can bring lunch from home or opt for healthy snacks from the school cafeteria.

*As a precautionary measure, the school will not be preparing fresh lunch. However, students can order pre-packed meals or bring home-made lunch.

School Transportation at DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY

DIAMONDLEASE, a renowned transportation company is responsible for DIA Emirates Hills school transportation. The annual bus fee is AED 8,200 which includes the morning pick up and the afternoon drop off. Parents who wish to avail the bus service should download the form from the school website and submit the completed form at the DIA Dubai school admission office or fax directly to the company. Parents can contact the following provided supervisor concerning bus schedules and routes.

For any further information or clarification, contact +971-50-785-0422.

*Following Covid-19 protocols, school buses will operate at 50%.

Holiday Camps at DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS

Holiday camps at DIA Dubai are arranged by Dubai Holiday Camps. This firm is a leading provider of school holiday activity camps for children between 3 and 14 years of age during summer, spring and winter school holidays.

The team of DIA school Dubai administrators, sports coaches and qualified teachers ensure that a child’s time in the camp is safe, rewarding and enjoyable.

*Under Covid-19 protocols, the school has suspended holiday camps until further notice.

Sports Facilities

sports facilities at Dubai Intentional Academy
Students can choose from a number of sports options at the school (Image Credits: Dubai International Academy)

Sports facilities at DIA include shaded outdoor tennis and basketball courts, along with four multi-purpose climate-controlled halls for a variety of different activities. This school also offers two swimming pools, learning areas, shaded play areas and outdoor fields.

*Due to Covid-19 restrictions, swimming pools have been closed across all schools.

Extra-curricular Activities at DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS

A wide variety of paid and unpaid co-curricular activities are offered by DIA including art, drama, reading club, musical instruments, Karate, organised sports activities, science clubs, computer courses and photography.

Model United Nations
Creativity Action Service (CAS)
Week Without Walls (WWW)
Art and Drama
Computer Courses
Reading Club
Musical Instruments
Karate
Science Clubs
Photography

Model United Nations

Dubai International Academy Model United Nations (DIAMUN) prepares students to collaborate, discuss and debate and arrive at plausible solutions to current world issues. DIAMUN has hosted ten annual conferences with participants belonging to 50 schools in 12 countries across 4 continents and 89 nationalities.

Creativity Action Service (CAS)

CAS is also one of the 3 core courses of the IB diploma program. Successful completion of CAS is considered as one of the key requirements for getting entry into the IB diploma.

Week Without Walls (WWW)

The Week Without Walls (WWW) activity at DIA has been designed to inculcate a global thought process in students. WWW focuses on providing students with certain experiences that will inspire them to become responsible global citizens. Students engage in sustainable services to gain awareness of issues that can go beyond national borders.

Students can develop a comprehensive understanding of issues such as less developed economies, environmental degradation and indigenous individuals while developing sensitivity and cultural awareness. The activities are linked to one or sometimes multiple aspects of service, creativity, activity and application.

Extracurricular activities at Dubai International Academy
Variety of extracurricular activities are planned for different age groups in the school (Image Credits: Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills)

*Under Covid-19 protocols, extracurricular activities are suspended until further notice. Nevertheless, enrichment, extension and co-curricular activities would be offered online for the children to complete in the afternoon if they are able to.

Field Trips from DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS

Field trips at Dubai International Academy
Dubai International Academy plans age-appropriate field trips for students (Image Credits: Dubai International Academy)

DIA arranges frequent, age-appropriate educational field trips. Students in Year 4 went to Kidzania where they received lessons on making and saving money. They were also taken to Louvre – Abu Dhabi, Pearl Museum in Deira, Apple in Dubai Mall and Americana Foods Krispy Kreme production site in Sharjah. The primary section was taken to Borneo where children did conservation work and planted trees in the jungle. This year the primary section is heading on a ski trip to Les Elfes International in Switzerland.

*Due to pandemic, school trips and international tours are put on hold for now.

After-school Care

DIA provides after-school facilities for KG1 and KG2 students. Younger students can stay back for a few hours until their older siblings finish their classes or until their parents can pick them up.

*Under Covid-19 protocols, after-school clubs/activities are suspended until further notice.

Medical Care at DUBAI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY EMIRATES HILLS

DIA employs a full-time doctor and nurses at its well-equipped school clinic. This team is in charge of keeping meticulous student records and informing parents in case of emergencies. The clinic staff also accompanies students on weekend activities and any sporting events held in or out of school.

The clinic staff also conducts scheduled medical examinations and carries out the immunisation programs.

Contact

Mode of Communication between Teachers and Parents

DIAlogue

DIAlogue is a fortnightly newsletter for students and parents. This DIA newsletter provides information regarding school events as well as the achievements of students at DIA.

Parent Association of Dubai International Academy EMIRATES HILLS (PADIA)

PADIA is a group of volunteer DIA parents who manage services and events for the school community. PADIA meets every Sunday after drop off and works towards enhancing community spirit in the school. It organises special events every month.

Parents can log in on the parents portal through the DIA official website.

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