Another moderate British curriculum school has opened at Rashidiya in Dubai.
The PACE Modern British School (PMBS) was set up on a previous school site after it went through broad renovations, said the school authorities.
PMBS is the Pace Group’s third British curriculum school with a moderate fee structure. The best in class campus can oblige around 2,000 pupils, said Dr PA Ibrahim Haji, the chairman of the Pace Group.
The campus was officially inaugurated on Saturday within the sight of Ahmed Ibrahim Mohammed Al Hammadi, an Emirati writer and the chairman of Unipex International, Dubai; and Graham Howell, the principal of PMBS, Dubai.
“The school offers the early years foundation stage (EYFS) and essential curriculum for England and Wales and adheres to the relevant curriculum guidelines as specified by the UK Department for Education,” said Howell.
The curriculum is made inside the setting of the UAE National Agenda and incorporates Arabic, Islamic and social studies and moral education for the two Arabs and non-Arab pupils as per federal laws.
“The teachers at PMBS are local English speakers hailing from the United Kingdom (UK), Europe and South Africa. They are internationally qualified and experienced in their particular specialisms, with broad information on conveying the UK curriculum. We have a different arrangement of abilities with a typical point of giving the absolute best educational encounters befitting the entire community,” added Howell.
The school shows assorted subjects like advanced mechanics and has an exceptional science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) laboratories, sports grounds, inventive learning habitats and creative activity rooms.
“Current showing techniques are used all through the school to guarantee that understudies can investigate, question, reason, analyze and present their contentions to empower them to decidedly challenge real-world problems,” said Howell.
“The outside conditions use student agreeable spaces and are key parts of our lengthy curriculum arrangement. Disciplines incorporate football, volleyball, badminton and basketball and several indoor games,” he added.
The Pace Group manages 18 educational institutions catering to more than 23,000 pupils from 25 nationalities.
It has more than 2,300 instructing and non-educating staff.