Frequently Asked Questions
We encourage your questions and welcome you to visit Dubai Scholars Private School. Please contact the Admissions officer, Ritu Dhall to schedule of school tours and appointments at firstname.lastname@example.org
SIG is a leading educational organization with a mission to develop international schools of excellence in this region. The founders are graduates from Georgetown University and the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania.
There are many forms of communication between teachers and parents: email, diaries, newsletters and the school communicator. Your classroom teacher in EYFS 1 & 2 and Year 1-6 will inform you of the communication form she will use during the first days of the new school year. The school communicator app will give you important school wide information daily. We encourage you to stay in touch with your class teacher throughout the school year.
Yes we have teaching assistants in Early Years Foundation Stage 1 & 2 and Years 1 & 2.
Contact Herald Tauro to sign up for transportation or for questions at 050 5589707. We provide bus service to most areas of Dubai and some areas of Sharjah.
Yes, we require each prospective student to take an assessment to ascertain whether the child will be able to effectively engage with the school programme offered at Dubai Scholars.
The school is currently a Foundation to Year 13 school. We offer IGCSE followed by an A levels program.
Age Criteria: Only children who are born between 1st January 2019 – 31st December 2019 will be assessed for admission.
FS1 to FS2
Mondays to Thursdays – 8:00am to 12:15pm
Fridays – 8:00am to 11:55am
Year 1 to 11
Mondays to Thursdays – 7:10am to 2:10pm
Fridays – 7:10am to 11:55am
Year 12 to 13
Mondays to Thursdays – 7:50am to 3:20pm
Fridays: 7:10am– 11:55am
Arrival and Departure
Children should report to school at least 10 minutes before class begins.
If not leaving by bus, they must be collected promptly when classes end at 12.30 p.m. for Early Years students and at 1.45 p.m. for Year 1 to Year 13.
We follow the English National Curriculum for England and Wales enriched with the Educel programme of study. The academic foundation of our school is the British model for teaching and learning, offering students a rigorous program to progress from one stage to the next supported by classroom interactions that challenge students to think deeply.