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Taaleem completes work on new DBS school in Jumeirah

DUBAI, 26 days ago

 

Taaleem Holdings, a leading provider of K-12 premium education in the UAE, has announced that it has completed the construction of its key facility, Dubai British School (DBS) Jumeirah. 
 
This is the fourth institution under the DBS brand, following the success of its sister schools in Emirates Hills, Jumeirah Park, and DBS Foundation. 
 
Catering to students aged 3 to 18, the school will provide educational facilities for students, following the National Curriculum for England and the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, said a statement from Taleem.
 
Located in the prime real-estate area of Jumeirah along the Dubai Canal, the DBS campus will open in September. 
 
The new campus will initially offer a full primary section from FS1 to Year 6. Eventually, the school will 
expand to accommodate students from FS1 to Year 13 to reach full capacity and is expected to cater to approximately 1900 students.
 
Chief Operating Officer Sam Truman expressed delight at Taaleem reaching this important milestone with the new school opening in September this year.
 
"DBS Jumeirah highlights the execution of our strategic vision and the effective deployment of the capital raised during our IPO. With our five-year strategy firmly in place and DBS Mira scheduled to open in August 2025, we are poised to continually redefine the educational landscape of the UAE, setting new standards for excellence and innovation," stated Truman.
 
Chief Education Officer Rebecca Gray said: "It is with a real sense of pride today that we are announcing the completion of the construction and the opening of DBS Jumeirah in September. We will be welcoming nearly 500 new students to our campus and they will soon be able to experience the world-class teaching and facilities that the DBS brand is known for in the UAE."
 
"With DBS Mira also set to open next year, the fifth DBS school in our portfolio, I couldn’t be more excited and optimistic about the future, both for Taaleem and the UAE’s education landscape," she added.-TradeArabia News Service



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