KINGS’ SCHOOL NAD AL SHEBA
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  • We love Kings' School Nad Al Sheba... My little girl loves going to school. The Principal, teachers
    and staff go that extra mile to provide a personal touch. I was very impressed that the Principal of the
    school knew my little girl's name only after a few weeks of being in the School.

    Sonja De Coning, Parent, Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba
  • The attention and care given to the children is outstanding. The methods of teaching
    are creative and keep the children interested. All the staff are very
    approachable and always available if needed.

    Sahar Taheri, Parent, Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba
  • Our son just joined FS1 and we're very happy with this school. The teachers are lovely, and the school's vision
    of education is great. Our son doesn't feel comfortable easily, but he does here. He's having so much fun,
    and learning a lot at the same time. I can definitely recommend this school.

    Barbra-Joy Willemse, Parent, Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba
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PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

It is with a great sense of privilege and pride that I welcome you to the website for our school, Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba. We are fortunate that, as a developing school, we can draw on the successes of our mother school, Kings’ School Dubai. There is a strong bond between our schools for the betterment of our students’ success.

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ABOUT US

We are a relatively new school, having opened in September 2014. We are an integral part of the successful family of Kings’ Schools, founded in 2004 with Kings’ School Dubai…

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LEARNING
LEARNING

At Kings’ Nad Al Sheba, we treat every day as one step along a learning journey designed to inspire children to become effective, enthusiastic, independent and lifelong learners...

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HOW TO APPLY
HOW TO APPLY

Kings’ Schools welcome applications throughout the year. However, there is limited availability so we advise you to apply as early as you can. Everything you need to know about how to apply ...

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PARENT ESSENTIALS
PARENT ESSENTIALS

As a parent, you’ll find everything you need to know here, from after school care to details of the school uniform, from catering to transport information and more...

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KINGS’ SCHOOL
NAD AL SHEBA

  • Ages 3 to 11
  • Years FS1 to Year 6
  • Primary (Proposed Secondary from September 2018)
  • 290 Students | 30+ nationalities
  • British curriculum (Proposed IB curriculum for Secondary)
  • A close knit community campus within easy reach of all major areas in Dubai

KINGS’ SCHOOL
AL BARSHA

  • Ages 3 to 18
  • Years FS1 to Year 13 (6th Form from September 2017)
  • Primary through to Secondary
  • 1500 students | 60+ nationalities
  • British curriculum with UK Academic Qualifications
  • Centrally located campus with world class Sports, Art and Technology facilities

KINGS’ SCHOOL DUBAI

  • Ages 3 to 11
  • Years FS1 to Year 6
  • Primary
  • 950 students | 60+ nationalities
  • British curriculum
  • A warm and welcoming campus adjacent to the iconic Burj Al Arab

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  • 15 Aug, 2017
    India's off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin to open GenNext Kings’ Cricket Academy in Dubai

    India's star spinner Ravichandran Ashwin will be launching his new academy in Dubai.  Budding cricketers in the UAE will get a chance to pick the brains of Ravichandran Ashwin on a regular basis after the all-rounder announced the launch of his new academy in Dubai. His Chennai-based GenNext Cricket Academy and Kings’ Schools have partnered together to form the GenNext Kings’ Cricket Academy which will provide a unique coaching programme designed by Ashwin himself for youngsters to take their game to the next level.

     

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  • 14 Aug, 2017
    The A Level reform

    The UK government announced significant changes to the A level system in 2015; the first changes since 2000. The reform has seen the de-coupling of AS and A levels, in addition to the removal of coursework, resits and modular exams. The reforms have been carefully designed in consultation with universities in a bid to make A levels better preparation for University.

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  • 01 Jul, 2017
    Cracking GCSE math is no problem for this 13-year-old

    Rehman Asif Oomer can definitely be described as a bit of a numbers whiz. The Dubai student scored an impressive 'A*' in his GCSE mathematics exam. A year later, he secured a topper-worthy A** in a further mathematics paper, and come August, he's expecting good news again when his AS Level exam results come in.

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