140 Years

of Premium British Education

Belvedere School in the UK was founded in 1880 as Liverpool High School, by the then Girls’ Public Day School Company (which became the Girls’ Day School Trust). The name was changed to The Belvedere School in 1911. 

We are proud of our strong links with our sister school, Belvedere, a leading independent Preparatory School in England and we share in their tradition of excellence and the core values that they embody. We are fortunate to have been able to draw on their educational expertise and utilise these in our school, incorporating the very best of British independent education.

1880
Belvedere School in the UK was founded in 1880 as Liverpool High School. Belvedere School is founded in Al Ain 2018.
2018
Belvedere School is founded in Al Ain 2018.
2020
School Expansion Project initiated.

Admissions

Belvedere International School encourages all of our children to realise their full potential. Coming to Belvedere International School is the first step on that journey.

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Belvedere International School encourages all of our children to realise their full potential. Coming to Belvedere International School is the first step on that journey.

Curriculum

Belvedere International School currently educates children from age 5 to 16, with a Nursery on site which offers places for children from 2 years of age.

Principal's Message

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to Belvedere International School. As a founding leader and now the Acting Principal, I am proud to be part of a community that is committed to providing the best education for each and every student.

Our school in Al Ain delivers the British Curriculum from FS2 to Year 12 and offers an outstanding choice to the parents seeking an education focused on high levels of academic excellence and pastoral care. 

Belvedere International School provides a wide breadth of opportunity to enable our students to develop their individual talents within a very supportive network…

School Life

Our School provides young people with the chance to learn and thrive in a traditional British education in an international school community. We are keen to focus on the development of the whole child – nurturing qualities such as resilience, adaptability, self-confidence and tolerance.