Al Diyafah to open new campus in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi, June 23, 2013
Al Diyafah High School, one of the most established institutions in the UAE, is opening a new state-of-the-art campus in the UAE capital in September.
The new Diyafa International School will feature excellent facilities will provide a holistic education, delivering the British National Curriculum for primary children, from 3-9 years of age, EYFS to Year 5.
Registrations for places have now opened for parents interested in enrolling their children to start the school in the new academic year – September 2013.
The school’s learning areas will be well resourced with an Interactive Whiteboard and educational equipment to enable each student to improve their standards of achievements in all areas of the curriculum.
Peter Winder, executive principal of the school, said: “The school will provide a high quality, affordable education, catering to the individual needs of the students.”
“The planned expansion of the school will enable students to seamlessly progress from the primary to secondary phases of the British National Curriculum to eventually take their ‘A’ levels. We will be providing a differentiated and progressive curriculum with planned learning programmes that provide every child with an extensive range of opportunities to be successful and enjoy their time at DIS,” he added.
“The decision to open another school in the capital will ensure that more children are able to benefit from the vision of our late founder, Winnie D’Cunha to Let your Light Shine,” Winder explained.
“This philosophy has enabled our students to prepare for the demands of the 21st Century, developing their critical thinking skills, confidence and independence.
“Developing these skills through a challenging and engaging curriculum has resulted in many of our students achieving recognition as a result of their exceptional performances in International examinations. It is our shared commitment to ensure that our students in Abu Dhabi have the same opportunities to be successful,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service