Twenty Dubai schools were rated outstanding in the latest round of school inspections by the KHDA (Knowledge and Human Development Authority). Furthermore, 77% of students attend private schools rated 'Good' or better, compared to 70% during the 2018/19 academic year. These results show more students benefitting from high quality teaching and learning in Dubai.
The results coincide with school re-enrolment deadlines for the next academic year, enabling parents to make informed and timely decisions about their children’s schooling.
A total of 199 schools were inspected during the latest round of inspections; 20 schools were rated outstanding, 39 very good, 84 Good. Furthermore, 25 schools improved their ratings, showing significant improvement, and potential to do better each year. Dubai schools rated outstanding: 1. Kings School Dubai 2. GEMS Wellington International School 3. Jumeirah College 4. Jumeirah English Speaking School 5. Dubai College 6. GEMS Jumeira Primary School 7. GEMS Dubai American Academy 8. GEMS Modern Academy 9. Dubai English Speaking College 10. Repton School Dubai 11. Lycee Francais International Georges Pompidou School 12. Dubai British School 13. Jumeira English Speaking School 14. Horizons English School 15. Dubai English Speaking School 16. Kings School Al Barsha 17. Dubai International Academy 18. Deira International School 19. Victory Heights Primary School 20. Nord Anglia International School Click here to view the full report.
Dr Abdulla Al Karam, Director General of KHDA said: “Private schools in Dubai are known for their commitment to quality and continuous improvement. This year’s results show that thousands more students have access to better quality teaching and learning, a sign of the dedication and expertise of teachers and school leaders. We are grateful to the whole education community for supporting our schools to be among the best in the world.” Emirati students have also benefitted from the improvement in school ratings. Seventy-six per cent of Emirati students (22,876) now attend a private school rated Good or better, compared to 70 per cent in the 2018/19 academic year. Fatma Belrehif, Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau said: “We’re pleased to see that schools in Dubai have continued their improvement journey. We will continue working with the school community and parents to ensure that all students benefit from the high standard of education offered by Dubai’s private schools.” Customised parent summary reports and detailed inspection reports for each school will be available on the KHDA website in April. Key findings: 199 private schools inspected 244,868 students (77 per cent) attend Dubai private schools rated Good or better 25 schools improved in ratings Six schools inspected for the first time 76 per cent of Emirati students enrolled in schools rated Good or better Image credit: Repton School Dubai
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