Friday / April 26 / 2019

Secondary School Swimming Gala


Secondary School Talent Show


Secondary School Cricket tour to India


Week Without Walls

DIA believes that Week Without Walls (WWW) should serve the purpose of making the student body more international minded and better global citizens. A global citizen is someone who is aware of the wider world, cares about people and the environment, and takes action to make the world a better place. The DIA Week Without Walls is designed to give students the experiences that will inspire them to become caring global citizens. Students will engage in sustainable service and/or gain awareness of issues that transcend national borders. Students will develop an understanding of issues of less developed economies, indigenous peoples, and environmental degradation and preservation while simultaneously helping people or building up cultural awareness and sensitivity. Students will plan and work as teams, strengthening their teamwork for a common goal of greater good. The trips/activities will be linked to one or multiple strands of Creativity, Activity, Service and Application.

Student and parent information session on 27 Sep, 2018 at 5pm in the Exam Hall at DIA, Emirates Hills.

The WWW will be divided into 2 categories –

- Local WWW (4 – 6 Dec, 2018): Open to all students of Year 7 to 10/ Grade 6 to 9

- International WWW (8 – 12 Feb, 2019): Open to all students of Year 7 to 11/ Grade 6 to 9

The participation in the Local WWW is mandatory for all students of Year 7 - 10/ Grade 6 to 9.

The participation in the International WWW is not mandatory. The students that are not participating in the International WWW would have to stay home as it is the mid-term break.

The goals of the Trips week program include, but are not limited to the following:

- Enrich and expand the cognitive and effective aspects of the IB curriculum by providing the students with diverse educational experiences.
- Allow students the opportunity to forge stronger links between the classroom and the wider world.
- Foster academic and personal growth through writing, research, and exploration.
- Reinforce self-esteem and provide a sense of achievement.
- Create positive interactions/relationships among students in groups, faculty, and other tour leaders in unique settings.
- Provide opportunities for service learning, adventure, curricular and cultural experiences, learning of lifelong skills, or for interdisciplinary learning.

For any enquires regarding Week Without Walls, please drop an e-mail on