| Independent school|
| Ian Jones 2014-present
Jane Ballard (temp) 2012-2014
Allan Forbes 2005-2012|
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3 29 A St - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
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Jumeirah College, Dubai English Speaking, Dubai Men's College, American University in Dubai, British University in Dubai
This is an independent (private) school located in the Jumeirah 3 residential area, adjacent to Sheikh Zayed Road, opposite the new Oasis Centre. The school currently has approximately 700 students in the secondary school . The primary school opened in 2004 to facilitate younger students, but closed at the end of the 2013-14 academic year due to a lack of funding. The school is led by Headteacher Ian Jones, who has been head since September 2014. First preference to prospective applicants for offers is to passport holders of the United Kingdom.
English College Dubai Wikipedia
The secondary school was opened in 1992, owing to a need to establish more quality secondary schools following the British curriculum in Dubai. The opening of the primary school was in 2004, widely noted in Dubai for its striking use of a mixture of colours on the building facade.
The current premises in Jumeirah 3 is purpose built, and houses swimming facilities, a gym, auditorium, libraries, football field, basketball courts, canteen, and a sixth form common room located in the building of the Primary School.
Facilities for primary and secondary school are separated.
The latest report by the independent Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau awarded the school that second-highest status of 'Good'.
The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) is an educational quality assurance authority based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It undertakes early learning, school and higher learning institution management and rates them as well.
A summary of the inspection ratings for English College:
A summary of all the schools in Dubai's ratings can be found at KHDA School Ratings.
Each year, the fees are revised to reflect macroeconomic trends in inflation. The fee structure for the entire 2012/13 academic year is as follows:Foundation Stage 1: AED 23,638 per year
Foundation Stage 2 - Year 5: AED 27,275 per year
Year 6: AED 29,093 per year
Year 7 to Year 9: AED 44,329 per year
Year 10 and Year 11: AED 48,091 per year
Year 12 and Year 13: AED 53,107 per year
The average GBP to AED rate for 2012 is 1 GBP = 6 AED.
Each year, the English College participates in the annual Dubai Rugby Sevens, by providing the event with ball boys and ball girls. Students in all years (Year 7 to Year 13) are allowed and often encouraged to partake in this exciting event. The College enters the U18 section of this prestigious event and has achieved success in recent years including an excellent victory in the final of 2008, a game which was played in front of 50,000 people. In 2011, the first U18 Girls' competition was introduced which The English College team won beating Dubai Exiles in a very exciting final.Arabic - Edexcel
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