Announcement reflects Dubai’s commitment to ensure sector offers the highest value proposition for all stakeholders.
Seventy-five per cent of Grade 4 Maths and Science students, 74% of Grade 8 Maths students and 78% of Grade 8 Science students scored above the TIMSS international average scale of 500.
The KHDA encouraged parents and students to focus on the positives of the school reopening while ensuring preventive measures are strictly followed.
KHDA shared this ‘great news for graduates’ on its twitter account. According to a tweet by KHDA, graduation ceremonies for Dubai private school students finishing high school can go ahead this year.
Nearly 75 per cent of students have already returned to school since the start of the academic year, up from 50 per cent in September 2020.
The Dubai Schools Games has gone live with two online e-Sports events, FIFA 2021 and Chess, ensuring that schools have the opportunity to take part in organised competitive activities.
Private schools will continue to offer students in-person learning while also providing the option for remote learning. This model will be in place until Oct.3 this year, after which all schools will return to full in-person learning.
School visit numbers to Expo 2020 Dubai - the world’s best classroom - have hit 500,000, as students from public and private schools across the UAE make the most of the myriad educational opportunities available across the site.
The move comes following the release of the latest Education Cost Index (ECI), which measures annual changes in the costs of running a school, including salaries, rent, and utilities.