The Creative British School is a thriving British School located in the centre of Musaffah’s commercial area. A member of the PACE education group, CBS offers high quality education to over a thousand students aged 3.8 to 18. The curriculum is modelled on the English National Curriculum and IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) exams with The International Cambridge examination board.

The National curriculum of England is followed in Primary and ensures that all students receive the same high standards of education irrelevant of which class they are in. From grade 10, students study the IGCSE programme to complete their International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and sit their final International examinations at the end of grade 11.

The Curriculum is divided into five parts: Kindergarten (KG1 & KG2), Primary (Grades 1 to 6), Secondary (Grades 7 to 9), IGCSE (Grades 10 & 11) and A-Level (Which we do not offer at the moment).

Offers a curriculum of skills and knowledge. We focus on Communication, Literacy, Mathematics, Physical development, Knowledge of the world around us, personal and social development and we also offer Arabic and Islamic lessons.


Our curriculum is carefully organised under themed topics which incorporate a range of subjects. Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 focus on English, Mathematics, Science, Arabic, Islamic, Civics/Social studies, Art and design, Geography, History, ICT and PE.


At Secondary students work towards acquiring the skills and knowledge to prepare for their IGCSEs. Students normally study around 10 subjects to give them a wide base of knowledge and skill acquisition. Subjects include English, Mathematics, combined sciences, Arabic, Islamic, Civics/social studies, French, Geography, History, ICT and PE.


This is a two year course (Grades 10 and 11) culminating in International Examinations completing the International General Certificate of Secondary Education following the curriculum of England. The board used is the Cambridge International Examination board. Examinations are taken from April to June in their graduating year, Grade 11.
Compulsory subjects include English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and PE. ADEC Ministry requirements are for Arabic and Islamic studies, students may not graduate without passing these two subjects. Optional subjects include International First language Arabic, Business Studies, French, Geography, History, ICT.


Is the advanced programme Grades 12 and 13. This is not available at the school at the moment due to space in the building, however we hope to open a new building in the coming future and aim to offer these grades at that time.