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Towheed Iranian Boys School Dubai

Towheed Iranian Boys School Dubai

Iranian Boys School Dubai (also known as Towheed Iranian Boys School) is a private K-12 school for boys located in Al Quoz, Dubai.

The school is one of the oldest schools in Dubai, being first established in 1957 by the Iranian Embassy. Currently the school caters to more than 800 students, with 64 teachers. In total 40 percent of the teachers come from Iran while 95% of students come from the country.

The school has two streams, one based on the Iranian curriculum, for boys, taking students from grades 1 to 12. There is also a ‘mixed’ stream, taught in English from KG to grade 8. This stream is taught in English with a combined American/Iranian curriculum.

The school as of 2011-2012 also received the Knowledge and Human Development Authority inspection rating of Acceptable. The report was largely positive in the quality of care, the vision of the school’s leadership, and attainment in Maths and Sciences. It drew attention to a need for greater rigor in assessments, and in the provision of Arabic, and other languages.

The school also has a wide selection of sports and extra-curricular activities on offer, including football, chess and a number of fairs held throughout the year.

The boys school operates under a ‘directorate’ managing the affairs of eight Iranian schools in the UAE, with a combined student population of 6,000. The schools are: Towheed International and Boys School, Towheed Girls School, Khadije Kobra (PBUH) Girls School, Salman Boys School, Sharjah Boys and Girls School, Imam Khomeini (MBUH) Boys and Girls School in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain Boys and Girls School, and Adab Private Boys and Girls School.

 

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2011-2012 Acceptable

 

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Update on June 26, 2015 | Reviewed by David on August 10, 2012

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