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Dubai School Inspection Bureau INSPECTION KEY FINDINGS 2018-2019 INSPECTION FINDINGS 176 278,794 11 209 SCHOOLS 289,195 STUDENTS SCHOOLS INSPECTED DURING THE 2018-2019 CYCLE SCHOOLS INSPECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME STUDENTS IN THE SCHOOLS INSPECTED EMIRATI STUDENTS EMIRATI STUDENTS MALE STUDENTS FEMALE STUDENTS 33,629 30,485 143,427 135,367 * ‘Others’ refers to Iranian (6 schools), Philippine (2), SABIS (2), Pakistani (2), German (1), Russian (1), Japanese (1) and Canadian (1). 114,339 84,526 56,352 3-5 YEARS OLD 6-10 YEARS OLD 11-15 YEARS OLD 16-17 YEARS OLD 23,577 DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS IN SCHOOLS INSPECTED BY AGE GROUPS NUMBER OF SCHOOLS INSPECTED AND % OF STUDENTS BY CURRICULUM UK US Indian IB MoE French Others* 71 32 32 11 10 4 16 37% 17% 28% 5% 5% 2% 6% CURRICULUM NUMBER OF SCHOOLS % OF STUDENTS Inspection findings 2018-2019 3,733 6,339 667 INSPECTION DAYS HOURS OBSERVING LESSONS 9,125 EMIRATI STUDENTS MALE STUDENTS FEMALE STUDENTS HOURS OF DISCUSSIONS WITH STUDENTS, PARENTS & LEADERS HOURS REVIEWING/EVALUATING DATA, DOCUMENTS & SAMPLES OF STUDENTS' WORK SCHOOLS INSPECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME New schools are inspected in their third year of operation. 64% of the schools inspected for the first time this year achieved a Good or better overall rating. Across the 11 newly inspected schools, key areas of strength included students’ personal and social development, health and safety, and management, staffing, facilities and resources. Their key areas for development included students’ attainment and progress in Islamic education and Arabic. TOTAL GOOD ACCEPTABLE 7 4 77% (7,633) 23% (2,254) 61% (877) 39% (568) 100% % OF STUDENTS IN SCHOOLS INSPECTED FOR FIRST TIME NUMBER OF SCHOOLS INSPECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME % OF EMIRATI STUDENTS IN SCHOOLS INSPECTED FOR FIRST TIME 11 100% EMIRATI STUDENTS MALE STUDENTS FEMALE STUDENTS CHANGES IN OVERALL PERFORMANCE JUDGEMENTS SINCE THE LAST INSPECTION 70% of schools are judged to be Good or better, compared to 66% last year, and 30% in 2009 when inspection started. The proportion of schools that are Good and better continues to increase, although six schools declined in overall performance. OVERALL PERFORMANCE 2018-2019 2017-2018 OUTSTANDING VERY GOOD GOOD ACCEPTABLE WEAK 17 28 74 52 5 14 27 68 51 6 NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 18 SCHOOLS IMPROVED THEIR OVERALL PERFORMANCE 18,776 STUDENTS ARE ENROLLED IN THE 18 IMPROVED SCHOOLS EMIRATI STUDENTS ARE ENROLLED IN THE 18 IMPROVED SCHOOLS 2,946 NUMBER OF SCHOOLS TO FROM VERY GOOD GOOD IMPROVED ACCEPTABLE OUTSTANDING VERY GOOD GOOD ACCEPTABLE WEAK 4 5 6 3 DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS IN GOOD AND BETTER SCHOOLS BY CURRICULUM IB FRENCH US UK INDIAN MOE OTHERS 3% 2% 2% 41% 29% 16% 7% IMPROVEMENTS BY INSPECTION QUALITY INDICATORS FROM LAST YEAR TO THIS YEAR While 10% (18 schools) improved their overall judgement, 91% schools improved in one or more quality indicators. In total, 1,528 judgements improved across the 165 schools that were inspected in 2018-2019 and 2017-2018 (this excludes the 11 schools inspected for the first time). Of these improved judgements, 60% related to students’ outcomes, 31% related to school’s provisions for learners, and 9% related to leadership. IMPROVEMENTS IN THE GROUPS OF QUALITY INDICATORS LEADERSHIP PROVISION OUTCOMES 9% 60% 31% EMIRATI STUDENTS One of Dubai’s education goals is to have 100% of Emirati students in schools with Good or better overall inspection ratings. In 2018-2019, this figure was 70%, an increase of eight percentage points compared to 62% in 2017-2018. For the first time, there are 0% Emirati students in weak schools. ACCEPTABLE WEAK GOOD OUTSTANDING VERY GOOD PROPORTIONS OF EMIRATI STUDENTS IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS OVER INSPECTION YEARS 2009-2010 2008-2009 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 0 20 40 60 80 100 9% 21% 26% 26% 21% 23% 36% 33% 37% 38% 45% 54% 62% 70% 55% 4% 70% 19% 9% 68% 23% 36% 60% 33% 8% 59% 37% 56% 37% 57% 47% 9% 2% 34% 11% 3% 3% 3% 8% 40% 40% 45% 14% 36% 61% 6% 1% 30% 4% 7% 5% 6% 0% 2% +8% +8% +9% +7% 2009-2010 2008-2009 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 0 20 40 60 80 100 35% 27% 30% 36% 44% 47% 49% 51% 53% 61% 64% 66% 70% 56% 4% 56% 14% 51% 41% 9% 47% 38% 9% 45% 40% 9% 45% 42% 10% 42% 43% 36% 11% 11% 8% 3% 1% 3% 9% 35% 39% 14% 14% 30% 36% 22% 30% 40% 21% 27% 8% 5% 6% 6% 4% 5% 4% 6% 3% 4% +3% +8% +6% +2% +2% +2% +2% +4% +3% +8% PROPORTIONS OF STUDENTS IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS OVER INSPECTION YEARS ACCEPTABLE WEAK GOOD OUTSTANDING VERY GOOD IB US UK MOE 2% 28% 61% 9% This goal for Emirati students has encouraged schools towards significant improvements this year. Three schools with the highest proportions of Emirati students improved their overall ratings: two from Acceptable to Good, and one from Weak to Acceptable. Even schools that did not improve their overall ratings and which are still rated acceptable, showed improvements in one or more quality indicators. QUALITY INDICATORS RELATING TO OUTCOMES 100 52 12 QUALITY INDICATORS RELATING TO PROVISIONS QUALITY INDICATORS RELATING TO LEADERSHIP 100 individual judgements relating to students’ outcomes improved, including 45 judgements relating to students’ progress. UAE NATIONAL PRIORITIES The success and impact of the National Agenda parameter has continued: 73% of schools were found to be meeting or exceeding expectations in their progression towards National Agenda targets. In 76% of schools, progress in TIMSS, PISA and PIRLS is good or better – these outcomes include the results of the Pisa-based Test for Schools (PBTS) taken by all schools in 2017. In 85% of schools, it was found that students are generally performing better than expected, in relation to their measured potential. However, inspection also highlighted areas that need further improvement: In approximately one third of schools, the impact of leadership did not meet expectations In just under half of the schools, students’ critical thinking and research skills did not meet expectations In order to improve these areas and ensure that our schools meet UAE targets, DSIB will maintain its rigorous focus on inspection of the National Agenda parameter. NATIONAL AGENDA PARAMETER 2018-2019 Only 14% of schools were effectively developing reading across the curriculum. These schools are teaching specific reading strategies to develop confident readers in different subjects. The schools are providing dynamic library environments to encourage students to read for enjoyment. Most schools’ provision for this key national priority is still emerging or developing. READING SCHOOL'S PROGRESSION IN INTERNATIONAL ASSESSMENT OVERALL JUDGMENT APPROACHING EXPECTATIONS MEETS EXPECTATIONS ABOVE EXPECTATIONS BELOW EXPECTATIONS 37% 36% 17% 10% READING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM EMERGING DEVELOPING WELL DEVELOPED UNDERDEVELOPED 14% 43% 37% 6% The outcomes of a large majority of students are meeting the expectations of UAE Social Studies standards. During this academic year, the evaluations focused primarily on students’ achievements, their learning skills and the schools’ curriculum adaptation. The findings reflect that most aspects of the UAE Social Studies provision are secure. SOCIAL STUDIES SOCIAL STUDIES OVERALL APPROACHING EXPECTATIONS MEETS EXPECTATIONS ABOVE EXPECTATIONS BELOW EXPECTATIONS 19% 19% 46% 32% 3% More than 55% of schools provide systematic or developing innovative learning environments, an improving trend towards meeting the UAE National Innovation Strategy. These schools are providing students with opportunities to think creatively and develop 21st century skills to support the fulfillment of their aspirations. INNOVATION INNOVATION 19% 46% 32% MORAL EDUCATION In this second year of implementation of the UAE Moral Education Programme, thematic inspections were carried out in 37 schools. The schools were selected from different overall inspection quality levels, and across the range of Dubai curricula. These inspections focused mainly on student outcomes, specifically in the areas of: character and morality, citizenship, and cultural awareness. They also looked at leadership, and aspects of provision: curriculum, teaching and assessment. STUDENT OUTCOMES In the highest performing schools, students showed in-depth understanding and consistent application of the key moral values, including tolerance, respect and responsibility. Attendance, behaviour and work ethic were exemplary. Students were proactive in learning about global social issues and taking care of the environment. They showed strong awareness of UAE values and heritage, their home countries and cultures, and the diversity of world cultures. However, in the lower performing schools, moral values were not always evident, attitudes to school were poor, and behaviour towards peers and teachers was often disrespectful. Students did not know or care about environmental and other global social issues. They often had only superficial knowledge about the UAE, and, while they were aware of their home country and culture, they knew little about other world cultures. PROVISION Almost all schools inspected met the basic requirements for moral education, and most were striving to plan and teach it effectively. In the highest performing schools the curriculum was skilfully mapped, often with a combination of discrete lessons and integrated into other subjects. In those schools, lessons were focused on students’ understanding of concepts and application of moral values in everyday life. Teachers used the moral education textbooks, supplemented with additional materials and rich discussions. However, in almost all schools, assessment was an area in need of considerable further development. In a few stronger examples, teachers used formative and summative assessments effectively to evaluate students’ acquisition of knowledge, their application of skills and moral values, and their development of conceptual understandings and deeper moral reasoning. LEADERSHIP In almost all schools leaders were aware of the moral education requirements and actively involved in implementing them. In the highest performing schools, leaders went far beyond the basic requirements: they have purposefully aligned moral education and student wellbeing, and positioned them as central pillars of the school’s ethos. They have chosen moral education teachers thoughtfully for their expertise, passion and ability to act as role models for students. In these schools, students demonstrated strong personal and social development, and high levels of academic achievement. However, in the lower performing schools, leadership of moral education was fragmented and unclear, and implementation was unsystematic. Choice of teachers was often based mainly on who had time available, so teachers lacked the necessary attributes to ensure high quality implementation. 71% of schools provide a good or better quality of provision for students of determination: which represents an increase of five percentage points from last year. Most students of determination within Dubai attend these schools. Improved commitment by school leaders towards the inclusion of students of determination, has enhanced procedures to identify their needs. As a result, the overall number of students of determination enrolled in Dubai private schools has increased by over 3,500. The proportion of students of determination in Dubai private schools is around 6% of the total school population. INCLUSION INCLUSION OVERALL PROVISION OVER THE YEARS 46% 32% ACCEPTABLE WEAK GOOD OUTSTANDING VERY GOOD 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 0 20 40 60 80 100 19% 42% 33% 6% 6% 6% 13% 29% 37% 15% 28% 41% 14% 11% 27% 38% 21% 7% 24% 40% 22% 7% 7% 6% 2017-2018 2018-2019 SYSTEMATIC DEVELOPING EMERGING UNDERDEVELOPED DISTRIBUTION OF EMIRATI STUDENTS IN GOOD OR BETTER SCHOOLS BY CURRICULUM 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 18% 21% 36% 34% 34% 36% 12% 9% 70% of students are in schools with an overall ‘good’ or better rating.

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Dubai School Inspection Bureau

INSPECTION KEY FINDINGS

2018-2019

INSPECTION FINDINGS

176

278,794

11

209 SCHOOLS 289,195 STUDENTS

SCHOOLS INSPECTEDDURING THE 2018-2019 CYCLE

SCHOOLS INSPECTEDFOR THE FIRST TIME

STUDENTS IN THE SCHOOLS INSPECTED

EMIRATI STUDENTS

EMIRATI STUDENTS MALE STUDENTS FEMALE STUDENTS

33,629

30,485 143,427 135,367

* ‘Others’ refers to Iranian (6 schools), Philippine (2), SABIS (2), Pakistani (2), German (1), Russian (1), Japanese (1) and Canadian (1).

114,339

84,526

56,352

3-5 YEARSOLD

6-10 YEARSOLD

11-15 YEARSOLD

16-17 YEARSOLD

23,577

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS IN

SCHOOLS INSPECTED BY AGE GROUPS

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS INSPECTED

AND % OF STUDENTS BY

CURRICULUM

UK

US

Indian

IB

MoE

French

Others*

71

32

32

11

10

4

16

37%

17%

28%

5%

5%

2%

6%

CURRICULUM NUMBER OF SCHOOLS % OF STUDENTS

Inspection findings 2018-2019

3,733 6,339

667 INSPECTION DAYS HOURS OBSERVING LESSONS9,125

EMIRATI STUDENTS MALE STUDENTS FEMALE STUDENTS

HOURS OF DISCUSSIONS WITH STUDENTS, PARENTS & LEADERS

HOURS REVIEWING/EVALUATING DATA, DOCUMENTS & SAMPLES OF STUDENTS' WORK

SCHOOLS INSPECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME

New schools are inspected in their third year of operation.

64% of the schools inspected for the first time this year achieved a Good or better overall rating.

Across the 11 newly inspected schools, key areas of strength included students’ personal and social development, health and safety, and management, staffing, facilities and resources. Their key areas for development included students’ attainment and progress in Islamic education and Arabic.

TOTAL

GOOD

ACCEPTABLE

7

4

77% (7,633)

23% (2,254)

61% (877)

39% (568)

100%

% OF STUDENTS IN SCHOOLS INSPECTED FOR FIRST TIME

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS INSPECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME

% OF EMIRATI STUDENTS IN SCHOOLS INSPECTED FOR FIRST TIME

11 100%

EMIRATI STUDENTS MALE STUDENTS FEMALE STUDENTSCHANGES IN OVERALL PERFORMANCE JUDGEMENTS SINCE THE LAST INSPECTION

70% of schools are judged to be Good or better, compared to 66% last year, and 30% in 2009 when inspection started.

The proportion of schools that are Good and better continues to increase, although six schools declined in overall performance.

OVERALL PERFORMANCE 2018-20192017-2018

OUTSTANDING

VERY GOOD

GOOD

ACCEPTABLE

WEAK

17

28

74

52

5

14

27

68

51

6

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS

18 SCHOOLS IMPROVED THEIR OVERALL PERFORMANCE

18,776 STUDENTS ARE ENROLLED IN THE 18 IMPROVED SCHOOLS

EMIRATI STUDENTS ARE ENROLLED IN THE 18 IMPROVED SCHOOLS2,946

NUMBER OF SCHOOLSTOFROM

VERY GOOD

GOODIMPROVED

ACCEPTABLE

OUTSTANDING

VERY GOOD

GOOD

ACCEPTABLEWEAK

4

5

6

3

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS IN GOOD AND

BETTER SCHOOLS BY CURRICULUM

IB FRENCHUSUK INDIAN MOE OTHERS

3%2%

2%

41%

29%

16%

7%

IMPROVEMENTS BY INSPECTION QUALITY INDICATORS FROM LAST YEAR TO THIS YEAR

While 10% (18 schools) improved their overall judgement, 91% schools improved in one or more quality indicators.

In total, 1,528 judgements improved across the 165 schools that were inspected in 2018-2019 and 2017-2018 (this excludes the 11 schools inspected for the first time). Of these improved judgements, 60% related to students’ outcomes, 31% related to school’s provisions for learners, and 9% related to leadership.

IMPROVEMENTS IN THE GROUPS

OF QUALITY INDICATORS

LEADERSHIP

PROVISION

OUTCOMES

9%

60%

31%

EMIRATI STUDENTS

One of Dubai’s education goals is to have 100% of Emirati students in schools with Good or better overall inspection ratings. In 2018-2019, this figure was 70%, an

increase of eight percentage points compared to 62% in 2017-2018.

For the first time, there are 0% Emirati students in weak schools.

ACCEPTABLE WEAKGOODOUTSTANDING VERY GOOD

PROPORTIONS OF EMIRATI STUDENTS IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS OVER INSPECTION YEARS

2009

-2010

2008

-2009

2010

-2011

2011

-2012

2012

-2013

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-2014

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-2015

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-2016

2016

-2017

2017

-2018

2018

-2019

0

20

40

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100

9%

21%26% 26% 21

%

23%

36% 33%

37%

38%

45%

54%

62% 70

%

55%

4%

70%

19% 9%

68%

23%36%

60%

33%

8%

59%

37%

56%

37%

57% 47%

9%2%

34%

11%3% 3% 3%

8%

40%

40%

45%

14%

36%

61%

6%1%

30%4% 7% 5% 6%

0%2%

+8% +8%+9%+7%

2009

-2010

2008

-2009

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-2011

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-2012

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-2013

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-2014

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-2015

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-2016

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-2017

2017

-2018

2018

-2019

0

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35%27% 30

%

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44%

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56%

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56%

14%

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41%

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47%

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45%

40%

9%

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42%

10%

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43%36%

11% 11%8%3%1%3% 9%

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14%14%

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40%

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27%8% 5% 6% 6% 4% 5% 4% 6% 3%4%

+3%+8%+6% +2%+2%+2% +2% +4%+3%+8%

PROPORTIONS OF STUDENTS IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS OVER INSPECTION YEARS

ACCEPTABLE WEAKGOODOUTSTANDING VERY GOOD

IBUSUK MOE

2%

28%

61%

9%

This goal for Emirati students has encouraged schools towards significant improvements this year. Three schools with the highest proportions of Emirati students improved their overall ratings: two from Acceptable

to Good, and one from Weak to Acceptable.

Even schools that did not improve their overall ratings and which are still rated acceptable, showed improvements in one or more quality indicators.

QUALITY INDICATORS RELATING TOOUTCOMES

100 52 12

QUALITY INDICATORS RELATING TOPROVISIONS

QUALITY INDICATORS RELATING TO LEADERSHIP

100 individual judgements relating to students’ outcomes improved, including 45 judgements relating to students’ progress.

UAE NATIONAL PRIORITIES

The success and impact of the National Agenda parameter has continued:

• 73% of schools were found to be meeting or exceeding expectations in their progression towards National Agenda targets.

• In 76% of schools, progress in TIMSS, PISA and PIRLS is good or better – these outcomes include the results of the Pisa-based Test for Schools (PBTS) taken by all schools in 2017.

• In 85% of schools, it was found that students are generally performing better than expected, in relation to their measured potential.

However, inspection also highlighted areas that need further improvement:

• In approximately one third of schools, the impact of leadership did not meet expectations

• In just under half of the schools, students’ critical thinking and research skills did not meet expectations

In order to improve these areas and ensure that our schools meet UAE targets, DSIB will maintain its rigorous focus on inspection of the National Agenda parameter.

NATIONAL AGENDA PARAMETER 2018-2019

Only 14% of schools were effectively developing reading across the curriculum. These schools are teaching specific reading strategies to develop confident readers in different subjects. The schools are providing dynamic library environments to encourage students to read for enjoyment.

Most schools’ provision for this key national priority is still emerging or developing.

READING

SCHOOL'S PROGRESSION IN

INTERNATIONAL ASSESSMENT

OVERALL JUDGMENT

APPROACHING EXPECTATIONSMEETS EXPECTATIONSABOVE EXPECTATIONS

BELOW EXPECTATIONS

37%

36%

17%

10%

READING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM

EMERGING

DEVELOPING

WELL DEVELOPED

UNDERDEVELOPED

14%

43%

37%

6%

The outcomes of a large majority of students are meeting the expectations of UAE Social Studies standards. During this academic year, the evaluations focused primarily on students’ achievements, their learning skills and the schools’ curriculum adaptation.

The findings reflect that most aspects of the UAE Social Studies provision are secure.

SOCIAL STUDIES

SOCIAL STUDIES OVERALL

APPROACHING EXPECTATIONS

MEETS EXPECTATIONSABOVE EXPECTATIONS

BELOW EXPECTATIONS

19%

19%

46%

32%

3%

More than 55% of schools provide systematic or developing innovative learning environments, an improving trend towards meeting the UAE National Innovation Strategy.

These schools are providing students with opportunities to think creatively and develop 21st century skills to support the fulfillment of their aspirations.

INNOVATION

INNOVATION

19%

46%

32%

MORAL EDUCATION

In this second year of implementation of the UAE Moral Education Programme, thematic inspections were carried out in 37 schools. The schools were selected from different overall inspection quality levels, and across the range of Dubai curricula. These inspections focused mainly on student outcomes, specifically in the areas of: character and morality, citizenship, and cultural awareness. They also looked at leadership, and aspects of provision: curriculum, teaching and assessment.

STUDENT OUTCOMESIn the highest performing schools, students showed in-depth understanding and consistent application of the key moral values, including tolerance, respect and responsibility. Attendance, behaviour and work ethic were exemplary. Students were proactive in learning about global social issues and taking care of the environment. They showed strong awareness of UAE values and heritage, their home countries and cultures, and the diversity of world cultures.

However, in the lower performing schools, moral values were not always evident, attitudes to school were poor, and behaviour towards peers and teachers was often disrespectful. Students did not know or care about environmental and other global social issues. They often had only superficial knowledge about the UAE, and, while they were aware of their home country and culture, they knew little about other world cultures.

PROVISIONAlmost all schools inspected met the basic requirements for moral education, and most were striving to plan and teach it effectively. In the highest performing schools the curriculum was skilfully mapped, often with a combination of discrete lessons and integrated into other subjects. In those schools, lessons were focused on students’ understanding of concepts and application of moral values in everyday life. Teachers used the moral education textbooks, supplemented with additional materials and rich discussions. However, in almost all schools, assessment was an area in need of considerable further development. In a few stronger examples, teachers used formative and summative assessments effectively to evaluate students’ acquisition of knowledge, their application of skills and moral values, and their development of conceptual understandings and deeper moral reasoning.

LEADERSHIPIn almost all schools leaders were aware of the moral education requirements and actively involved in implementing them. In the highest performing schools, leaders went far beyond the basic requirements: they have purposefully aligned moral education and student wellbeing, and positioned them as central pillars of the school’s ethos. They have chosen moral education teachers thoughtfully for their expertise, passion and ability to act as role models for students. In these schools, students demonstrated strong personal and social development, and high levels of academic achievement. However, in the lower performing schools, leadership of moral education was fragmented and unclear, and implementation was unsystematic. Choice of teachers was often based mainly on who had time available, so teachers lacked the necessary attributes to ensure high quality implementation.

71% of schools provide a good or better quality of provision for students of determination: which represents an increase of five percentage points from last year. Most students of determination within Dubai attend these schools.

Improved commitment by school leaders towards the inclusion of students of determination, has enhanced procedures to identify their needs. As a result, the overall number of students of determination enrolled in Dubai private

schools has increased by over 3,500. The proportion of students of

determination in Dubai private schools is around

6% of the total school population.

INCLUSION

INCLUSION OVERALL PROVISION OVER THE YEARS

46%

32%

ACCEPTABLE WEAKGOODOUTSTANDING VERY GOOD

2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-20190

20

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60

80

100

19%

42%

33%

6% 6% 6%

13%

29%

37%

15%

28%

41%

14%

11%

27%

38%

21%7%

24%

40%

22%

7%

7%

6%

2017-2018

2018-2019

SYSTEMATIC DEVELOPING EMERGING UNDERDEVELOPED

21%

DISTRIBUTION OF EMIRATI

STUDENTS IN GOOD OR BETTER

SCHOOLS BY CURRICULUM

0%

5%

10%

15%

20%

25%

30%

35%

40%

18%21%

36%34% 34%

36%

12%9%

70% of students are in schools with an overall ‘good’ or better rating.

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The Millenium School Indian(CBSE) Very good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Not inspected

Lycee Libanais Francophone Prive-Dubai FRENCH Very good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Good Deira International School UK/IB Very good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable The Winchester School UK Very good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

GEMS WELLINGTON ACADEMY -FZE UK/IB Very good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Uptown School IB Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Lycee Francais International FRENCH Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good GEMS World Academy IB Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Universal American School - Branch US/IB Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Raffles World Academy UK/IB Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Good Acceptable

Jumeira Baccalaureate School IB/UK Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Ambassador Kindergarten Indian(CISCE) Very good Very good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Victory Heights Primary School UK Very good Very good Good Good Acceptable Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected

Foremarke School UK Very good Very good Good Good Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Nord Anglia International School UK Very good Very good Good Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Safa Community School UK Very good Very good Good Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

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Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Raffles International School -Um Suqeim South BR UK Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Good

Regent International Private School UK Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable

Kings School Nad Al Sheba UK Very good Good Good Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected

Sunmarke School UK Very good Good Good Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected Not

inspected

Ranches Primary School UK Very good Good Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

Not inspected

The School of Research Science UK Good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Al Mizhar American Academy School US Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good American School of Dubai US Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Dubai National School US Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Japanese School Japanese Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good The English College Dubai UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Cambridge International School UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Emirates International private School L.L.C IB Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Horizon International School - LLC UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable

Primus Private School LLC Indian(CBSE) Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Not inspected

The Indian High School-Branch Indian(CBSE) Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Not

inspected Dubai Gem Private School UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Dubai Scholars Private School UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Greenwood International School US Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable MSB Private School UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Weak

Our Own High School Indian(CBSE) Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Not inspected

Al Ittihad Private School (BR) US Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Good Al Salam Private School UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Good German International School Dubai GERMAN Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Good Al Diyafah High School UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Emirates International School (Meadows) IB Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable St. Mary Catholic High School-Dubai UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Good Acceptable Good Safa British School UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Al Rashid Al Saleh Private School MOE Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Pristine Private School UK Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable GreenField Community School IB Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Good Good Good

JSS International School LLC Indian(CISCE) Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Good Not inspected

Not inspected

Dar Al Marefa School IB Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Good Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Islamic Institute MOE Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable AL MAWAKEB SCHOOL - AL BARSHA US Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable The Westminster School UK Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

Iranian Towheed Boys School Iranian Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Collegiate American School US Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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JSS PRIVATE SCHOOL LLC Indian(CBSE) Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Not

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GEMS Our Own Indian School Indian(CBSE) Good Good Good Good Acceptable Good Good Good Good Acceptable Not inspected

Dubai National School ( Branch) US Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Good Good Good Al Mawakeb School - Al Garhoud US Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

The Kindergarten Starters Indian(CBSE) Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not

inspected United International Private School PHILIPPINE Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Al Basateen Private Nursery Hatta branch MOE Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak

Ambassador School Indian(CISCE) Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Russian International School RUSSIAN Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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GEMS New Millennium School L.L.C Indian(CBSE) Good Good Good Good Not

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GEMS Wellington Academy- Al Khail UK Good Good Good Good Not

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inspected Dubai International private School - BR US Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable International School of Arts & Sciences US Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable The Sheffield Private School UK Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

GEMS United School US Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Apple International School UK Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Acceptable Weak Acceptable

GEMS International School- Al Khail IB Good Good Good Acceptable Not inspected

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Gems FirstPoint School UK Good Good Good Not inspected

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Springdales School LLC Indian(CBSE) Good Good Acceptable Good Not

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inspected MIRDIF AMERICAN SCHOOL US Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Star International School ( Branch ) UK Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Acceptable Good Al Basateen Private Nursery MOE Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Al Khaleej National School US Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

The City School International Private UK Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

The Indian Academy Indian(CBSE) Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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CREDENCE HIGH SCHOOL Indian(CBSE) Good Good Acceptable Not inspected

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Dubai British School Jumeirah Park UK Good Good Not

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Hartland International School UK\ IB Good Good Not

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inspected Al Ittihad Private school US Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Sharjah American International Private school US Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

Bilva Indian School Indian(CBSE) Good Acceptable Weak Not inspected

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Amled School Indian(CBSE) Good Acceptable Not

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Dovecote Green Primary School UK Good Acceptable Not inspected

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Swiss International Scientific School IB Good Acceptable Not inspected

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Clarion School L.L.C US Good Not inspected

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Gems Al Barsha National School For Girls UK Good Not

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GEMS Founders School UK Good Not inspected

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GEMS Heritage Indian School Indian(CBSE) Good Not inspected

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International School of Creative Science UK Good Not

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Kent College Dubai UK Good Not

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The Arcadia Preparatory School UK Good Not inspected

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Queen International School UK Acceptable Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Good Good

INTERNATIONAL CONCEPT EDUCATION IB/FRENCH Acceptable Good Good Acceptable Not inspected

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Star International School UK Acceptable Acceptable Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak

Deira private school UK Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Acceptable Not inspected

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Elite English School Indian(CBSE) Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Acceptable Not

inspected The International School of Choueifat SABIS Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Good Philadelphia Private School US Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Acceptable Dubai Carmel School UK Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Good Al Eman Educational Est ( Al Eman private School ) MOE Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

Al Nibras International private School US Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable American International School US Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Dubai International private School US Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Dubai Modern Education School US/MOE Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Modern Skills School US Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable National Charity School-Boys and Girls MOE Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable North American International School US Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Al Shurooq Private School MOE Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Arab Unity School UK Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Oxford School UK Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak

Gulf Indian High School Indian(CBSE) Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not

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New Indian Model School Indian(CBSE) Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not

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The Central School Indian(CBSE) Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

Al Adab Iranian Private School for Boys Iranian Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Al Adab Iranian Private School for Girls Iranian Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not

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Iranian Khadije Kobra School Iranian Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Iranian Salman Farsi Boys School Iranian Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Iranian Towheed Girls School Iranian Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Buds Public School Indian(CBSE) Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Not inspected

Little Flowers English school Indian(CBSE) Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Not

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GEMS Winchester School UK Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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The Indian International School (DSO Branch)

Indian(CBSE) Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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New Academy School US Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable The International School of Choueifat - Branch

SABIS Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Al Sadiq Islamic English School UK Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Al Arqm Private School MOE Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable New World School Private MOE Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

Sabari Indian School LLC Indian(CBSE) Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Islamic School for Training & Education MOE Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

CAPITAL SCHOOL. UK Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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GEMS Metropole School- UK Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not

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inspected ONTARIO INTERNATIONAL CANADIAN SCHOOL Canadian Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable

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English Language Private School UK Acceptable Acceptable Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Weak Acceptable International Academic School US Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Al Maaref Private School (LLC) US Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak St. Mary Catholic High School Dubai - Al Muhaisnah UK Acceptable Acceptable Not

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inspected Dubai Arabian American Private School US Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak

Crescent English School Indian(CBSE) Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Weak Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not

inspected H. H. Shaikh Rashid Al Maktoum Pakistani School-Dubai ( English Lang)

Pakistani Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Weak Weak Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

American School of Creative Science US Acceptable Not inspected

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Next Generation School US Acceptable Not inspected

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Oaktree Primary School UK Acceptable Not

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Smart Vision School UK Acceptable Not inspected

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Pakistan Educational Academy Pakistani Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Not inspected

Grammar School UK Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Weak Weak Weak Weak Weak

Emirates English Speaking School Indian(CBSE) Weak Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

The Philippine School PHILIPPINE Weak Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not

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Gulf Model School Indian(CBSE) Weak Weak Weak Weak Weak Weak Weak Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Not inspected

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Kings school Dubai UK Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding GEMS Wellington International School UK/IB Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Jumeirah College UK Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Outstanding Jumeirah English Speaking School UK Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Outstanding Dubai College UK Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good GEMS Jumeirah Primary School UK Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good GEMS Dubai American Academy US/IB Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Good

GEMS Modern Academy Indian(CISCE) Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Not inspected

Dubai English Speaking private college -branch UK Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Good Good

Repton School UK/IB Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Good Good Good Good Lycee Francais International Georges Pompidou Primary Oud Metha FRENCH Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Good Good Acceptable Acceptable

GEMS Royal Dubai School UK Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Dubai British School UK Outstanding Outstanding Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Jumeirah English Speaking School (Br) UK/IB Outstanding Very good Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Outstanding Horizons English School UK Outstanding Very good Very good Very good Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Good Good Dubai English Speaking School UK Outstanding Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good

Kings School Al Barsha UK/IB Outstanding Very good Good Not inspected

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Lycee Francais International Georges Pompidou School ( Dubai Branch )

FRENCH Very good Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Good Good Good Good Good

The Indian High School Indian(CBSE) Very good Very good Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Not

inspected Dubai International Academy IB Very good Very good Outstanding Outstanding Good Good Good Good Good Good Acceptable Jebel Ali School UK Very good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Outstanding Good Good Good GEMS Wellington Primary School UK Very good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good

Delhi Private School Indian(CBSE) Very good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Not

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GEMS Our Own English High School Indian(CBSE) Very good Very good Very good Very good Good Good Good Good Good Good Not inspected