Monday, April 14, 2014

Second edition of ‘School Olympics’ sends strong message from young generation.

[UAE, April 14, 2014] – The first national qualifying rounds of the second edition of the School Olympics start today (Monday, April 14, 2014) and will extend until April 29, 2014. The final phase will be held next month at the Dubai Police Officers Club. Sports competitions for girls aged 13 to 14 are currently being staged at various educational zones as follows: archery at the Ajman Education Zone, shooting at the Al Dhaid Cultural & Sports Club, and fencing at ABN Model School.

Thursday, April 3, 2014


Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 3 April 2014: In celebration of International Children’s Book day, Atlantis The Palm hosted a fun filled family event on April 2 at The Lost chambers. “Childhood is the ideal time to educate children about environmental issues and to broaden their understanding of the world.  Being able to read is imperative in helping broadening these horizons,” says Natasha Christie, Director of The Lost Chambers Aquarium.

Feigenbaum Leadership Excellence Award 2014 conferred on educationist Vandana Gandhi.

March 31, 2014, Dubai, UAE…………..Ms Vandana Gandhi, founder and CEO of Middle East’s only ISO certified nursery chain, British Orchard Nursery, placed a new dazzling feather in her cap of accomplishments by winning the Feigenbaum Leadership Excellence Award 2014 organized under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin MohammedBin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, for her outstanding leadership skills.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Over half a million UAE students could compete to qualify for International History Olympiad 2015.

The International History Bee and Bowl (IHBB) kicks off in UAE on 26 April as part of International Competition

Dubai, UAE, 9 March 2014: Following Japan, China, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, England, France and others, The International History Bee and Bowl (IHBB) has added the UAE to the tour that covers Asia, Europe, and the USA.

Top students and teams from UAE schools will have an opportunity to participate in the regional leg of the IHBB that is being organized by Carian College Advisors, which aim to attract the most talented students from across the country to the competition.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Ministry of Education wins ‘Best m-Government Service’ Award.

[UAE, February 12, 2014] – The UAE Ministry of Education (MoE) has won the ‘Best m-Government Service’ Award in recognition of its innovative mobile application, Abnaai, which serves parents and their children who are studying in UAE-based government schools. Launched by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, the award was given at the concluding session of the second annual UAE Government Summit.  

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Palm Utilities & students ‘lend hands’ in support of UAE's World Expo 2020 bid.

]UAE, October 12, 2013[ - Palm Utilities (PU), a Dubai World company, has announced that it has invited 2,020 students from across the UAE to participate in a unique initiative to support the UAE's World Expo 2020 bid.  Imprints of the student’s hands will be collectively displayed on a giant banner depicting the Dubai Expo 2020 logo.

Thursday, February 28, 2013

UAE’s growing student population creates urgent need for more schools across the country

GETEX Spring 2013’s General Education segment to present comprehensive information about new education providers and summer camps
February 28, 2013
UAE’s student population has increased 7 per cent over the last five years and is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years, according to data released by International Conferences and Exhibitions LLC (IC&E), organiser of GETEX, which is the most effective and result-driven forum for student recruitment in the Middle East and Asia. This underlines the urgent need to introduce new schools across the country and meet the rising demand for quality education. At a recent private education forum held in Abu Dhabi, education officials pointed out that by 2020, nearly AED 4 billion would need to be invested into private education in Abu Dhabi alone, to ensure that there is sufficient capacity to cope with demand.