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Al Shohub School

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Website Age     Infant Junior Senior
www.alshohub.org From 3 to 18 Yes Yes Yes
Address Admissions
PO Box 31515
Abu Dhabi
 
 
UAE - Abu Dhabi - Khalifa City A

Tel: +971 2 5559 995

Fax: +971 2 5559 993

Email: zeinashahal@alshohub.org

Position
Principal Marguerite Thornton-Gray
Faculty Curriculum
National Curriculum of England
Qual/Exam Types Nationalities
IGCSE, A Level 8
Enrolment Fee
Total: 680 See Website
Special Needs Provision
Comments/Description
Since its opening in 1999 as an exclusive girls secondary school, Al Shohub has gone from strength to strength. The original vision of establishing a school that offered a high-quality British-style education within a multi-cultural context is now very much a reality.
The thriving Foundation Stage and Primary department welcomes boys aged 3-9 and girls aged 3-11, who follow the National Curriculum of England up to Key Stage 2. The girls in our Secondary section continue to Key Stage 3 and 4, working towards IGCSE and then Advanced Level examinations, in preparation for university entrance both in the United Arab Emirates and abroad. We also offer a comprehensive Arabic programme and are committed to nurturing cultural identity and understanding. In addition to academic studies, students are encouraged to participate in a range of extra-curricular activities and regular visits are organised to enhance their school experience. We aim to nurture life-long learners and to equip all pupils with the skills they will need to succeed in the world beyond the classroom. A strong pastoral system underpins all aspects of school life, nurturing confident, responsible young people who have the sound moral foundation upon which to build academic success.
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