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The Best Schools In Abu Dhabi 2016


Al Yasmina School

best schools in Abu Dhabi Al Yasmina

ADEC 2015/16 Rating: Very Good
Curriculum: British
Age: 3 to 18 years
Price Range: From AED 41.580 to AED 57,330
What they say: “Al Yasmina is a very good school with outstanding features. Key strengths of the school are the students’ impressive personal development and the provision of high quality care, protection, guidance and support. The large majority of students attain levels that are above curriculum standards in English, mathematics and science. Most students attain levels that are in line with curriculum standards in the subjects taught in Arabic. Teaching generally results in very effective learning; there are high levels of consistency in the Foundation Stage (FS) and the subjects taught in English, particularly in science throughout the school. Assessment processes and results are used very effectively to influence teaching, curriculum and students’ progress. The design, implementation and adaptation of the curriculum are outstanding; opportunities for innovation are carefully planned in all curricular areas. The quality of educational leadership and management at all levels is outstanding.”

Core Subjects: Good to Outstanding
Other Subjects: Very Good to Outstanding
Learning Skills: Predominantly Outstanding
Teaching: Outstanding in KG falling to Very Good for the Primary/Middle/Secondary
Assessment: Outstanding in KG falling to Very Good for the Primary/Middle/Secondary
Curriculum: Outstanding

WSA’s best schools in Abu Dhabi review: here


Japanese Private School
ADEC Rating: Band A Grade 3
Curriculum: Japanese Monbukagakusho
Age: 3 to 15 years
Price Range: AED 29,580
What they say: “The overall performance of the Japanese School is very good. High quality leadership and management have ensured that both the Kindergarten (KG) and the main school have cultures that promote high standards and very good personal and social development. Talented teachers exploit the opportunities provided by the small numbers of students to offer support and challenge to each of them. As a result, they all make at least good progress across the school.”


Core Subjects: Good to Very Good
Other Subjects: Good
Learning Skills: Predominantly Very Good
Teaching: Very Good
Assessment: Very Good
Curriculum: Very Good

WSA’s best schools in Abu Dhabi review: here

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  1. Kerry Osborne says
    May 6, 2016, 7:39 pm

    Dear Which,
    Repton School on Reem Island is missing from your report. After last inspection it has been rated Band A, very good in all categories. Can you please have this list updated at your earliest convenience.

    • May 8, 2016, 10:20 am

      Thanks Kerry… unfortunately this report has not yet been published by ADEC, and has not been sent to us. At the moment therefore we cannot yet update the list. We look forward to being able to do so 🙂

  2. nikesh says
    December 22, 2015, 5:03 pm

    ADEC inspection report for British International school Abu Dhabi



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