King Fahad Academy
London, W3 7HD, UK
Tel: (+44) 20 8743 0131
Fax: (+44) 20 8749 7085
GCSE, GCE exams.
253 students, 11-19 yrs.
The 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