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April 16, 2016

Gulf Asian English School, Muweilah Commercial

Updated November 2016

Gulf Asian English School, also known as the Gulf Asian Indian School and the Gulf Asian High School, was bought by the PA Educational Trust (Pace Group) in 2011.

The school is set on a large, 6.69 acre site, and delivers an Indian CBSE education to between 4,971 and 5400 children (data provided for the school is conflicting). The school has considerable history in the emirate, tracing its founding to the Sharjah Montessori School established in 1975.

Under its new owners, Gulf Asian High School seeks to set itself apart from other schools in ’embracing Audio-Visual technology and its masterful use of PowerPoint’, which replaces [...]

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March 24, 2016

Australian International School, Maliha Road, University City

Updated December 2016

The Australian International School [AIS] was the first Australian school to be established in the Middle East and was formed through a partnership between the Al Sharif Investment Trading Group and the Government of Queensland, Australia.

The intention was to provide a school balancing the qualities of the best Western standards of education whilst also nurturing and respecting the culture, faith and language of the people of the UAE and the Arabic world more broadly.

“I chose to build this school for my own children. I realised none of the schools at that time was offering what I was looking for. I wanted the highest quality of education [...]

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March 24, 2016

GEMS Westminster School Sharjah, Sharjah Schools Zone, Al Muweilah

Updated December 2016

GEMS Westminster School Sharjah [GWSS] is a 2518 capacity school offering a British, National Curriculum for England based, education for boys and girls from FS2. The school, established in 2012, is to all intents and purposes a new school and is in a process of transition to opening secondary provision from 2017-18. Whilst GWSS has announced planned opening to Grade 13 and full provision to GCE A’ Level, its handbook currently confirms planned academic provision to AS Level only.

The school is modelled on GEMS Westminster School in Dubai, its largest UK curriculum (IGCSE, AS and A’ Level) school. The Dubai school is currently double the size of [...]

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January 30, 2016

India International School LLC, Schools Zone, Muweilah

Updated December 2016

India International School, Sharjah is a private school located in Muweilah. Currently the school serves students from KG to Grade 9. The school was established in October 2011 by the Pace Group and follows a Montessori curriculum for kindergarten students and an Indian Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) curriculum for senior school students. PACE manages a number of other schools in the UAE including the Creative British School in Abu Dhabi and the Gulf Asian English School, also in Sharjah. The school is owned by the PA Education Trust established in Mangalore in 1999.

According to the school’s web site the mission statement of the [...]

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January 20, 2016

Sharjah English School, University City

Established as a primary school in 1974, today Sharjah English School [SES] provides the full spectrum of educational provision to children between 3 and 19. A traditional British school, SES follows the English National Curriculum to GCE A’ Level, eschewing recent trends to diversity post-16 provision with the International Baccalaureate. The school is newly sited in (beautiful and inspirational) grounds and buildings near University City and has both a breadth and quality of facilities to compete well with Tier 1 schools.

Facilities include a sports hall, swimming pool, (truly impressive and extensive) grassed playing areas, 400-seat performing arts auditorium and suites, [...]

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January 12, 2016

Delhi Private School (DPS), Sharjah School Zone, Muwailih Commercial

Established in 2000 with 146 students, today’s Delhi Private School Sharjah (the school now has branches in Dubai) is a sprawling affair educating 5600 students. DPS follows the CBSE New Delhi curriculum and was the first school in the U.A.E to be established by its much respected parent, the Delhi Public School Society in New Delhi.

The school follows a genuinely progressive syllabus leveraging a “creative building block” holistic approach to education rather than more traditional hothouse approaches that traditionally focus on memory, learning by rote and textbook based study centred on examinations.

Whilst Sharjah does not currently adopt an inspection regime [...]

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