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Towheed Iranian Girls School in Dubai

Towheed Iranian Girls School in Dubai

The Iranian School in Dubai is one of the oldest schools in the country, planning for the school beginning as early as 1957/8.

Both the boys (with 850 students) and the girls (with 296 students) sections of the Towheed Iranian School received their first KHDA inspections in May 2012. The girls section of the school has received an “Acceptable” rating for the past 3 years.

With 27 teachers, including the principal and a senior leadership team, the school has a relatively good student to teacher ratio. Students are grouped in 17 classes. All students are of Iranian nationality and a good feature of the school according to the KHDA is the attainment and progress in science across all phases of the school.

Both teaching and assessment are said to be variable however, and a KHDA recommendation for continued improvement.

The school naturally follows an Iranian curriculum with students taking national examinations at the end of Grades 5, 8, and 12. The school does not publish its results.

Students and parents of the school are in general happy with the quality of teaching, and progress made. However, extra curricular activities are said to be limited. With a 100% Iranian student population, a wider awareness of the cultures of the UAE is also said to be lacking.

The girls 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.



1 6500.00
2 6500.00
3 6500.00
4 6500.00
5 6500.00
6 6800.00
7 6800.00
8 6800.00
9 6900.00
10 6900.00
11 6900.00
12 6900.00

KHDA Ranking

2013-2014 Acceptable
2012-2013 Acceptable
2011-2012 Acceptable





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

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