Dubai’s private schools have shows remarkable progress as the latest school inspection results were declared by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), Dubai, on Wednesday.
The Victoria International School of Sharjah (VISS), a premium school offering the Australian Curriculum and IB diploma, collaborated with the Sharjah Government Nurseries for the third consecutive year.
As young people are increasingly at risk, acquiring in-depth knowledge and raising awareness about negative implications of drugs through school’s curricula is extremely crucial and far more effective.
Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, hosted on Saturday the second edition of Volunteer Emirates 2019, in support of the National Charity Schools for Girls (NCS) in Nasiriyah, Sharjah. This edition witnessed an impressive participation of 150 volunteers who helped in the refurbishment of the school to enhance the learning environment for 1,500 students.
The Expo School Programme has unveiled four dedicated school tours of Expo 2020 Dubai, costing Dhs50 per student per journey.
When Eyub Mohamad was a boy, security forces beat his father into paralysis. His offence was typing leaflets in Kurdish, banned under Syria’s ruling Baath party.
For the first time, no Emirati student is enrolled in a weak school, revealed Knowledge and Human Development Authority’s (KHDA) annual school inspection report released on Sunday.
Arcadia Education in Dubai has formed a partnership with Atlanta-headquartered organisation, R.E.A.L. Discussion for its secondary school to become the first UAE based school to implement its discussion-based learning system.
FUNN, the Sharjah-based organisation that promotes and supports media arts learning for children and the youth in the UAE, will organise a VGX Event from June 19-21, at the Expo Centre, Sharjah.