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Advice, Guides, Reviews on Schools and Universities in the UAE
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If your child is clamouring to meet Horrid Henry’s Francesca Simon or hear the dazzling Lucy Hawking, but you don’t know what to expect from the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature 2017, WhichSchoolAdvisor.com spoke to the Festival’s Head of…
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The former head of UK education regulator, OFSTED, Sir Michael Wilshaw has issued a stark warning to international schools in the UAE, saying they must start, ‘implementing a proactive recruitment strategy,’ if they hope to attract and retain the best…
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Mainstream inclusion means that any child, including those with special educational needs are entitled to be educated in the same classroom alongside everyone else. Yet, it was only a few years ago, that it was almost impossible for most children with…
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Here is the first in an occasional series when one of our team of highly experienced school reviewers reflects on their recent visits to schools, highlighting areas of ‘best practice’ that caught their attention. Pom Mullan, who has been with us for four…
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Approximately 200 volunteer students from schools and universities in Dubai and Ajman distributed food to a charity school in Ajman on Sunday. Students at the Manar Al Eman School in Ajman received around 4,000 meals from the volunteers. Student volunteer…
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Although WhichSchoolAdvisor.com officially broke the news last month that Kings Al Barsha’s new sixth-form would be opening from September 2017, the school formally announced the new programme today. Kings will offer an A Level programme with an…
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With the news last week that around 20,000 UAE-based Pakistani children are currently going without education, PAD (the Pakistani Association of Dubai) in association with the Year of Giving, has announce the launch of a new home-based online learning…
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Last week, ADEC facilitated a workshop for parents at the nine schools currently trialing the ongoing gifted and talented pilot programme. The programme helps schools identify those considered gifted and talented and offers selected students special…
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2016 was always going to be a BIG year for senior staff recruitment with fifteen new schools opening in Dubai alone. In addition, a significant global (and regional) teacher shortage and a steady increase in the cost of living across all Emirates, all…
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It was announced today that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examinations in the UAE will be delayed by one week. The CBSE Grade 10 and 12 examinations to be held from 1st March 2017 will now be moved due to elections in five Indian states.…
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