A Guide To The Best Schools In Dubai For Children In 2021

Dubai is filled with a plethora of international schools. These schools are in close proximity to residential areas like La Rosa VillaNova Dubai and many more. In this guide, we have listed down six best schools in Dubai for your children in 2021.

 Kings School, Dubai

Kings School Dubai, a private school in the Umm Suqeim district, has received an ‘Outstanding’ KHDA school ranking for the past six years. Kings provide English National Curriculum-based education for girls and boys aged 3 to 13 years from the Foundation Stage to Year 8. The idea that real-life contexts and experimentation are the secrets to educating students to acquire knowledge and skills, promoting leadership, and assisting students in taking responsibility for their own learning journey is the core of its teaching process.

This school is well-designed to promote learning as well as provide a high-quality learning atmosphere in which students can flourish and succeed. The school also offers a variety of after-school programs and ECAs, which are led by students, support staff, and outside providers. These events include sports, music, science,  arts, and information and communication technology.

GEMS Wellington International School

GEMS Wellington International School, located in the Al Sufouh neighbourhood, teaches boys and girls aged 3 to 18 from FS1 to Year 13. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum is used for children in the foundation period, whilst the English National Curriculum is used for adult students. Since 2009, the school has earned an ’Outstanding’ rating from the KHDA, and it is proud of its expansive eight-acre campus, which offers a stimulating learning atmosphere for its students.

One of this school’s greatest assets is its precise evaluation processes, which are used to evaluate and test students in the classroom. The excellent curriculum architecture is complemented by the most up-to-date technological capabilities, including WiFi access, digital whiteboards, and audio-visual and video projectors that provide the most up-to-date information quickly and efficiently.

Jumeirah College

Jumeirah College is a GEMS school that educates young boys and girls aged 11 to 18 years in Years 7 to 13 and has earned an ’Outstanding’ rating from the KHDA for the past four years. The English National Curriculum is taught at the academy, with those in Key Stage 4 studying for GCSE exams and those in Sixth Form or Key Stage 5 preparing for Advanced-Level exams as part of their education.

Jumeirah College offers a wide range of GCSE and A-level subjects, and the school regularly achieves outstanding results in external exams. Students can improve their school experience by participating in one of the several ECAs available; these events include opportunities for individual development as well as team-building activities.

Jumeirah English Speaking School (JESS)

JESS in Al Safa educates children aged 3 to 11 years, after which they can move to JESS Arabian Ranches, a partner school that offers elementary, secondary, and sixth-form curriculum (IB curriculum). Parents are positively promoting studying at home with the help of JESS, thanks to an engaging parent-teacher relationship. The course, which is extraordinarily well-designed, makes extensive use of Information Communication Technology (ICT), preparing students for today’s fast-paced, technologically-driven environment. Teachers, support staff, and others provide exceptional support to students, leading to their social well-being as well as their academic achievement.

Dubai College

Dubai College, which is located in the Al Sufouh suburb, provides the English National Curriculum to children aged 11 to 18 in Years 7 to 13. For the last four years, the school has earned an ‘Outstanding’ KHDA ranking and aims to give far more than just an academic education to its students. The co-curriculum enhances students’ overall progress by providing opportunities for them to participate in a variety of educational experiences such as community service, history or science research, music, theatre, or stage play.

GEMS Jumeirah Primary School

JPS was established in 1996 and is among the most valued primary schools in the area, teaching students from the Foundation Stage to Year 6 the English National Curriculum. The school reflects the cosmopolitan character of its city, with over 70 nationalities listed on the campus. Several special needs students are served by Learning Support Assistants who collaborate one-on-one with them to help them understand and improve within the classroom setting. Since 2010, the school has achieved an ‘Outstanding’ KHDA ranking, thanks in part to its innovative curriculum design, which has significantly aided academic achievement and overall growth.

The schools listed above will ensure that your child progresses in every stage of their life. You can opt to look for a residential unit in District One Dubai villas for sale, as it is in close proximity to a variety of international schools.