The British curriculum all-through school in Dubai caters for students from FS 1 to Year 13
Establishing benchmarks and cultivating a culture of continuous improvement have proven to be catalysts for enhancing the overall performance of educational institutions. These systems have driven schools to strive for excellence, ultimately benefiting students and the broader community.
In line with this, the English College, a non-selective, world-class British curriculum all-through school in Dubai catering for students from FS 1 to Year 13, is celebrating a “Very Good” rating it received from the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) inspection report.
It was an important milestone for the long-serving school, which was established in 1992, reaffirming its commitment to excellence in education.
Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau (DSIB), the inspection arm of KHDA, rated the school as outstanding in 24 areas, with 80 per cent of the assessed areas receiving an outstanding or very good rating.
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Attaining a “Very Good” rating in the inspection report is a testament to a school’s success in providing quality education, and in Dubai’s progress in creating an environment that nurtures academic excellence.
Dubai’s education sector has been rapidly growing over the years, and with it the government’s commitment to providing quality education continues to intensify.
In line with the government’s efforts to continuously improve the education sector, the DSIB’s inspection reports help create a more transparent environment for schools, promoting greater accountability and driving up educational standards.
For more information, visit englishcollegedubai.com
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