Dubai British School Jumeirah Park, is a Taaleem school that’s especially popular with Expat families living in the spacious, sprawling suburbs that surround Jumeirah Park.
Conveniently located close to Jumeirah Park Pavillion and with easy access to Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai British School Jumeirah Park sits in the heart of this buzzing community offering a British curriculum, through a dedicated team of teachers.
After first opening its doors in 2015, Dubai British School Jumeirah Park (DBSJP) soon became known for it’s modern, state-of-the-art campus and exceptional facilities. With a fully integrated ICT laboratory with Virtual Reality and Green Screens, a professional art studio with everything you can imagine for budding young artists, and a food technology suite for all-important life skills, it’s no wonder DBSJP soon became a preferred choice for many British parents in Dubai.
In a supportive learning atmosphere, children at this warm and friendly school are not only encouraged to thrive academically, socially and emotionally, but a huge emphasis is also placed on nurturing individual talents and celebrating success.
For starters, there’s an all-year-round 8-lane indoor swimming pool that plays host to lessons and student swimming galas, as well as a bright and airy library spanning 2 whole floors. Students work creatively (and confidently) at the school’s own radio station where they’re able to use the music and recording practice rooms and they regularly take to the stage in the school’s impressive performing arts theatre.
Although British at its core, DBSJP has a distinctly international feel with its student body made up of over 60 nationalities. These children are supported by teachers who place a real focus on friendliness and cooperation. Their school inter-house teams, as well as buddy systems, ensure that all children joining their school are part of a friendly and respected community that’s enjoyed by everyone – and this translates to the playground.
Outside of the classroom, learning happens in many different settings. Therefore DBSJP places great emphasis on experiences and opportunities that engage students after school too. At the end of an engaging school day, their range of extra-curriculum activities not only help working parents to manage their time but allow children to explore their interests and talents whilst developing new friendships at the same time. Their extra curriculum activities are vast and include everything from swimming to cooking, music to performing arts and much more.
It also comes as some relief that DBSJP recognises that snack and meal times do in fact form an important part of our children’s day! For this reason, the school introduced a well-received family-style lunch service that not only encourages their students to enjoy school lunches in a social setting with their friends and teachers, but allows for experiencing new flavours and developing healthy eating habits for life too.
Dubai British School Jumeirah Park enrol students from the age of 5 years old in Years 1 right the way through to Years 11 to 13 (these years are opening from September 2019 onwards). You can find out more information about Dubai British School Jumeirah Park HERE or see information about their forthcoming Open Day HERE
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