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Al Basma British School

Old Al Bahya, Behind Deerfields Mall, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Al Basma British School students receive a robust, creative, vibrant, academic challenging and inspiring 21st Century education, making the schooling years an enjoyable time filled with rich and memorable experiences, preparing them for life. Each student’s unique skills and talents are released and enhanced in an environment of care and mutual respect; one that promotes resilience, confidence, self-esteem and self-management skills.Al Basma British School is a healthy, safe environment within which students can enjoy learning, make progress and achieve high standards. They will be encouraged to participate fully in school life and make a positive contribution to the school and wider community, ultimately becoming successful, motivated, well-adjusted adults who achieve economic well-being. We will measure our success against these outcomes.In a culture of collaboration and co-operation where students are taught to value diversity, our students are encouraged to work individually and with each other. Students will also be encouraged to be thinkers, creators and self-directed learners, respectful of others, and display positive behaviour and attitudes at all times.Our VisionWe aspire to be a global community of thinkers, creators, innovators and leaders who will have a positive impact on the world of tomorrow.To achieve the vision, we will inspire our students to thrive as global citizens within a happy, positive and respectful environment.Our GoalsTo provide inspirational learning opportunities for allTo instill academic rigour and successTo develop well-rounded bilingual studentsTo ensure effective links with parents and home learningTo use innovative technology effectivelyTo embrace UAE identity and valuesTo provide a world-class yet affordable British education to families in the local and international communities of Abu DhabiSummary of ADEC InspectionThe overall performance of the school is good. Children enter KG with knowledge and skills that are low for their age. They achieve well in relation to their different starting points. In the main school, students’ attainment is above curriculum expectations and their progress is good overall. Students’ personal development is very good throughout the phases. This is based on very strong rapport between staff and students, the positive behaviour and attitudes and the good knowledge of the UAE culture and Islamic values. The quality of teaching, assessment and the curriculum have now improved and they are good. Support for students with special educational needs (SEN) and for those who are gifted and talented (G&T) is good. School leaders and staff have worked together effectively to bring about rapid improvements in the school’s practice, particularly in the KG and in the implementation and adaptation for the English National Curriculum (ENC). They have yet to further improve achievement in the Arabic language and the levels of consistency and challenge in teaching and learning.School’s strengthsThe impact of school leaders on improving standards in the English national curriculumContinuous improvement to the education that children receive in the KGThe very strong relationships within the school as shown in students’ good behaviour, positive attitudes to learning and improved attendanceThe quality of support provided for students who have special educational needsStudents’ appreciation of the heritage, culture and future vision of the UAE and their understanding of Islamic valuesVery effective management of the day-to-day life of the school. ...

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Al Rabeeh School

Hadbat Al Zafranah - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Al Rabeeh School is a caring, family school with a strong sense of national identity. We have a very supportive parent family who are involved in all areas of school life. Most of the teaching staff are British or have several years of experience teaching the National Curriculum for England. There is also a very strong Arabic and Islamic Studies Department staffed by well qualified Arab teachers.The school has a high commitment to academic success and providing a well-rounded education.Our teachers are committed to challenging and inspiring each student to achieve their dreams and to become passionate learners. Teachers strive to make learning relevant and fun, while increasing children’s awareness of 21st Century learning skills in order to prepare them for a rapidly changing world.We offer an extensive choice of Extra-Curricular Activities. Our programme is offered to students in Grades 1 to 6. We encourage our students to be involved in ECAs to develop particular passions and talents outside regular school hours.We provide Extra-Curricular Activities after the school day to encourage social skills, develop interests and encourage healthy lifestyles. We also promote participation in local inter-school events.The activities are offered to Grade 1 to Grade 6 students for which a fee is charged. The list of afternoon club activities is sent out at the beginning of each semester. Refunds are not issued after the 1st week of clubs. Summary of ADEC InspectionAl Rabeeh School provides good quality of education. The recently appointed principal and senior leadership team (SLT) have rapidly improved the quality of the teaching, assessment practice, the curriculum, performance management and school organisation. This is the result of a determined focus on improvement, informed by highly effective processes for self-evaluation. These changes are still being embedded.At both phases, KG and primary, attainment levels are broadly in line with the agerelated expectations of the English National Curriculum (ENC) and the Ministry of Education (MOE) standards for Arabic, Islamic education and social studies.Children make good progress in all subjects in the KG. In the primary school, the make good progress in English, mathematics and science. This is due to good teaching in the large majority of lessons.Students behave very well. They treat adults and one another with respect. They,in turn, are valued as individuals and looked after very well. An understanding and appreciation of Islamic values, the heritage and traditions of the UAE and its place in the modern world in particular, are strongly developed through work in several subjects.School’s strengthsThe quality of the teaching in the large majority of lessons, which promotes sustained progress among students at all levels of attainment through careful planning, for differentiated learning, clear learning objectives and skilful use of resourcesThe well-developed rapport between teachers and students, which underpins the prevailing atmosphere of mutual respect, in which students of all ages behave with a strong sense of personal responsibility and selfdisciplineThe successful development of students’ knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the heritage of the UAE, its traditions and Islamic values and its significance in the modern worldTighly effective processes for self-evaluation, which provide senior leaders with in-depth knowledge of strengths and weaknesses in the school’s performanceThe success of the SLT in effecting rapid development in key aspects of teaching in all subjects, assessment, curriculum and school management; and its evident capacity to implement further improvements. ...

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Canadian

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ABC Private School

1st Street, Sector SH22, Plot 8 Al Shamkha City - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates

Upon moving to our new location we are looking to improve our already exceptional program by increasing the number of grade levels offered in order to accommodate our student’s educational progression. This will allow them to complete their primary, middle, and upper school education in a familiar environment with a consistent curriculum as well as a consistency in ethical guidance.Summary of ADEC InspectionThe overall performance of the school is acceptable. Many aspects of the school’s provision have been transformed since the start of the school year. The new leadership team has created and sustained a safe, caring and orderly environment. Attendance and punctuality are now very good, reflecting improved engagement 0f students and parental involvement in their learning. Most students show their awareness of Islamic values in respectful behaviour and relationships with staff and each other. Students show an acceptable appreciation of UAE heritage and culture. The quality of teaching and students’ achievement is now acceptable, having improved significantly. Most students’ progress and core learning skills are now acceptable across the school. While weakness remain in a number of areas, such as progress for older students, the school now has the means to recognise these and plan actions to bring about improvement. The curriculum does not yet provide the expected range of artistic and sporting activities and has yet to be adapted to meet fully the needs of students who have special needs or who are gifted and talented. Leaders’ day-to-day management of the school is good but they have yet to engage effectively with the wider community or adequately promote students’ social responsibility.School’s strengthsThe rapid and sustained school improvements the principal and school leaders have made in all key areasThe care and safety of students and the promotion of students’ attendance and punctualityThe management of the day-to-day life of the schoolThe reporting to parents of students’ achievement and personal development. ...

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Al Yasat Private School

Sector SH 10, Plot P1, Al Yasat Private School, Al ShamkhaPostal Code: 25586Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Al Yasat is an international K-12 Co-ed American Curriculum School catering to students between the ages of 4 – 18. Our teachers are highly competent, qualified, and come from all corners of the world. In a multicultural and multilingual environment, with English as our language of instruction, we are greatly enriched by this diversity.The school campus is a purpose built 21st century learning environment with a heavy emphasis on student centered pedagogies. Supported by our core skill subjects, our STEM robotics and media programs help prepare our students for participation in the future workforce. This is underpinned by providing collaboration, critical thinking, enquiry focused and both real world and life like learning experiences.In partnership with parents, we strive to equip our students with the 21st century skill set that will enable them to thrive, exercise leadership, achieve ambitious goals and make a positive difference in an increasingly globalized world.What is the school’s greatest quality/ strength?Our campus provides outstanding educators and state of the art facilities in order to ensure an enriching diversified learning experience. We focus on student-centered practices that incorporates an inquiry-based approach to teaching and learning. Our US curriculum follows the Virginia State Standards and is academically rigorous, incorporating best practice in teaching.Dedicated Rooms for Learning: As part of our curriculum, students have access to many diverse dedicated facilites including: video and music production studios, food and technology kitchen, carpentry workshop, art and orchestral music rooms, swimming pool, sports pitch, gymnasium, auditorium, labs, playground, a multi-sensory room, two fully libraries, prayer and ablution rooms, small groups rooms and reprographics rooms.Summary of ADEC InspectionThe school provides an education of good quality for students. The attainment and progress of most students in most core subjects is good; in Islamic education and Arabic, it is acceptable. Most students develop good investigative skills and make good progress in developing critical thinking, innovation and creativity. Almost all students have very good attitudes to learning; they behave well and show respect for each other and their teachers. Students have a good understanding of their rights and responsibilities as citizens of the UAE. They love their country and their culture. Teaching is good in the majority of lessons. Teachers plan for learning effectively and provide interesting and challenging activities for their classes. Assessment is accurate and helpful in directing learning. The curriculum offers students a rich menu of learning experiences. The safeguarding of children is a priority and processes to enable students to lead a healthy and safe life are well established. The school is successful in meeting the needs of almost all its students. Leadership and management are strengths of the school. The Board, the principal and the senior leadership team provide aspirational and purposeful leadership; staff are fully committed to the school’s vision and direction. The school roll has increased by 600 students in the last two years. The principal, senior vice principal and Head of Arabic took up post only at the start of this academic year.School’s strengthsThe achievement of students in social studies, English, mathematics, science and learning skillsThe proficiency with which most students communicate in English, in all sections of the schoolStudents’ very positive attitudes to their studiesThe ambitious and purposeful leadership shown by the school board and senior leadersProvision made by the school to ensure the safety and welfare of students. ...

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4.0 - 17.0

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3.0 - 12.0

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German

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Ajyal International School

Mohammad Bin Zayed City, Near Sheikha Fatma Mosque - Abu Dhabi

Ajyal International School operates the English National Curriculum and the ADEC approved Arabic curriculum from KG to Grade 12.Three school-wide specialisms provide all students with early exposure to the fields of Engineering & Technology, Medicine & Health Professions and the Arabian Gulf and Globalization, in line with the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030.The school boasts state-of-the-art facilities including a wireless campus with advanced technology infrastructure to support the learning, bespoke science labs, ICT suites, design & technology areas, graphics and textile rooms, large theatre, recording studios, library, indoor swimming pools, gymnasium, floodlit sports courts and cafeteria.Wide ranging extra-curricular programs include many different types of sports, artistic activities including music, art and drama, as well as student personal development opportunities.What is the school’s greatest quality/ strength?CfBT Inspection (April 2015) noted the following strengths:The state-of-the-art building with its modern facilities and high-quality resources.The progress made in establishing a new school with a whole staff commitment to the core purpose of learning.Lessons have clear learning intentions and harmonious relationships.Clear pastoral systems and meetings where concerns relating to students are raised.Involvement of all teachers in the self-evaluation and development plan.Building devolved leadership to capacity through effective learning managers.Summary of ADEC InspectionAjyal International School provides education of acceptable quality. Opened 3 years ago, its roll is still expanding. Students arrive at school with wide variations in their previous levels of attainment. Attainment is weak in most subjects, but students make at least acceptable progress against their starting points thanks to acceptable and better teaching in most lessons. Students make good and better progress in English at all phases and good progress in mathematics and science in the kindergarten (KG) and the primary phases. Attainment and progress in Arabic are weak. Students’ personal development is good and most have a positive attitude to learning, supported by good arrangements for their health, safety and safeguarding. The principal sets out a clear vision and direction for the school and has the respect of the school community. Processes for self-evaluation and development planning are acceptableSchool’s strengthsRelationships between teachers and studentsStudents’ progress in EnglishArrangements to ensure students’ health, safety and safeguardingThe school building and resourcesManaging the growth of student population in the school ...

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3.0 - 17.0

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3.0 - 15.0

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French

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3.0 - 18.0

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French, Arabic

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Al Najah Private School

Mohammed Bin Zayed City-9Abu Dhabi

Al Najah Private School was founded in 1995 as a private international school from K-12 with the aim of providing the most comprehensive British Curriculum as a college preparatory education to students of all nationalities. A unique bilingual program in English, and Arabic, along with strong Math and Science programs, enable graduates to pursue higher education worldwide. The school is located in Mussafah, a suburb of Abu Dhabi.Al Najah Private School facilities include 90 classrooms including Physics, Chemistry and Biology labs, a library, three playground areas, two covered areas, two Astroturf football fields, two basketball courts, a canteen , two computer/language labs, student and staff restrooms, a school clinic and administration offices. Al Najah Private School is air conditioned and well lit, equipped with wireless internet facilities for administration, staff and students as well as guests.Al Najah Private School’s mission statement is based on teaching every student to the best of his/ her abilities. We have an outstanding record of being the highest scoring school in the UAE in GCE and IGCSE examinations, for the past 5 years (first in Physics worldwide, June 2007, student in the top ten worldwide in AS Biology, June 2008, and on the honors list in 2012)The IB Porgramm was introduced recently and the school is accredited for the IB Diploma.We recruit the best British and internationally qualified and experienced teaching staff. They are assisted by equally enthusiastic support staff. While the majority of the students have Arabic backgrounds, the school is truly multi-national. Classes meet five days a week (Sunday to Thursday) from 08:00 until 14:40A very interactive after school activities programm is also implemented. P.E. classes and school teams are established. We will achieve this by providing a student centred and diverse international education in a stimulating, safe and supportive environment that promotes excellence and achievement in all aspects of the curriculum, which develops thinking and communication skills, and which prepares students for an evolving and changing world where they achieve their bestOur vision and mission ensures that students, staff and parents have a voice in the management of the school which enables the school to build relationships in a progressive educational community with high expectations, integrity and team work which leads to personal/professional growth.Summary of ADEC InspectionThe overall performance of Al Najah Private School is acceptable. Key strengths of the school are students’ personal development and the quality of protection, health and safety procedures. Attainment in all core subjects is in line with curriculum standards, and by grades 10 to 12, the majority of students make strong progress. Attainment levels and progress in English language skills develop well throughout the school.There is inconsistency in the quality of teaching and especially in the use of assessment to inform lesson planning in order to challenge and support students of all abilities and to track student progress. Curriculum implementation and adaptation appropriately meet the learning needs of most students.Staff, parents and students are supportive of the school’s aims and strategic direction. School self-evaluation appropriately involves all staff, is largely accurate, and guides priorities for improvement. Professional development is regular and has a positive impact on the quality of learning.School’s strengthsHigh attainment in external examinations and good progress made by students in grades 10 to 12Students’ confident spoken EnglishStudents’ positive attitudes to learning and enjoyment of schoolPositive classroom relationships and effective behaviour management strategiesThe calm atmosphere and attention given to students’ health, safety and securityStaff commitment to the school’s vision and continuous improvementEfficient organisation and managementEffective collaborative leadership fostered by senior leaders ...

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Al Diyafah High School

7 A Street,Al nahda 2,Al Qusais industrial Area, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Established in 1982, Al Diyafah High School caters to 30 different nationalities (predominantly Indian students) located in Al Qusais, Dubai.The school follows a modified UK National curriculum with an International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations at Grade 10/11, and Advanced/Subsidiary Level examinations at the post-16 level.Al Diyafah High School received a ‘Good’ rating from the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).During the three previous inspections. KHDA has acknowledged strengths in students’ personal and social development, their protection and care, and the quality of partnerships with parents. More recently, inspections have also acknowledged the quality of the curriculum. The positive impact of the newly appointed principal was acknowledged last year.Islamic Education is offered by Al Diyafah High School, with 28% of its student population studying the subject. Five percent of the school’s population is comprised of KG students and 4% comprised of Post-16 level students.At present, it has a total of 1,606 students are enrolled in the school with 138 full-time teachers employed. It has 20 students with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND).Summary of KHDA InspectionAl Diyafah High School was inspected by DSIB from 14 to 17 November 2016. The overall quality of education provided by the school is good. The section below summarises the inspection findings for each of the six performance indicators described in the framework.Children in the Foundation Stage (FS) make good progress and reach acceptable standards in English, mathematics and science. Progress and attainment are good in these subjects in the primary school, very good in the secondary school, and at least good in Post-16. Attainment and progress in Islamic education and Arabic as a first language are acceptable. In Arabic as an additional language, attainment is weak and progress is acceptable. Students’ learning skills are good across the school.Students’ personal and social development are strong in secondary and post-16, where their attitudes and behaviour are exemplary. Students’ understanding of Islamic values is good in FS and primary, and outstanding in higher grades. Their social responsibility is very good in FS and primary, and outstanding in higher grades.Teachers demonstrate good subject knowledge in most subjects. In higher grades, teachers routinely involve students in problem-solving, independent research, and critical thinking. Lesson plans contain differentiated success criteria. This is most effective in FS, especially in literacy and numeracy activities. There are comprehensive assessment systems in place across the school. Data are analysed and used to inform teaching and curriculum review, although this is less effective in Islamic education and Arabic.The curriculum is generally effective in supporting the development of students’ knowledge, skills and understanding, particularly in the secondary and post-16 phases. Modifications made to the curriculum for different groups of students, especially those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), are also very effective.The school pays close attention to students’ health and safety. Relationships across the school are excellent. The well-maintained premises provide a very good learning environment. Students are well aware of safe and healthy life choices. Successful systems ensure very good attendance and punctuality. There are effective procedures and support for students with special educational needs and/or disabilities, and those who are gifted and talented. Care and support for all students is a high priority and of a high standard.Leadership is effective and has resulted in significant improvements to student outcomes. Improved self-evaluation provides school leaders and the governing board with a clear understanding of areas that require further improvement. Relationships with parents are excellent and partnerships with the wider community are a significant strength. The management, facilities and resources are of good quality.School’s strengthsThe effective leadership of the principal and senior leaders promotes a shared commitment to ensuring all students do as well as they can.Students’ progress in English and mathematics in the secondary and post-16 phases is very good.The personal and social development of students are outstanding in the secondary and post-16 phases.The attention to ensuring students’ health and safety, and the quality of support are outstandingPartnerships with parents and the wider community are outstanding. ...

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