Al Rabeeh School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the care and welfare of children. Strong pastoral care is central to the ethos and aims of the school.More
We offer an extensive choice of extra-curricular activities. Our programme is offered to students in Grades 1 to 6. We encourage our students to be involved in ECAs to develop particular passions and talents outside regular school hours.More
Safety of our children is paramount. We ask that parents follow and adhere to the guidance of traffic supervisors outside school, who are assisting students and traffic at the start of the school day.
Al Rabeeh School uses Emirates Transport Service and all buses are fitted with CCTV and have bus monitors to assist children. We expect our pupils to wear seatbelts at all times.
Children will be assessed throughout the year to determine their progress and achievement. Standardised assessments are set in English and Maths to assist in tracking progress.More
We follow ADEC guidelines for our admissions. Children in KG1 must be 3 years and 8 months by 1st September for the start of the year.More
Staff are British or have several years experience of teaching the British Curriculum. There is a very strong Arabic and Islamic Studies department staffed by well qualified Arab teachers.More
Many events are planned to take learning beyond the classroom, expose students to new experiences, enhance their curriculum, and have fun. Students are exposed to a varied timetable of events throughout the year which are announced each term. We encourage parents to attend many events that are planned in school.More
Academic school trips are arranged regularly for all classes, to enhance your child’s learning. They are chosen based on the curriculum your child is learning at the time.More
The main syllabus is based on the EYFS Curriculum and National Curriculum for England using resources produced in the U.K. taking into account UAE cultural and geographical settings. Islamic Studies, U.A.E. Social Studies and Arabic are taught according to the UAE Ministry of Education guidelines, books and syllabi.More
A huge 'Well Done' to all of our pupils who brought in empty cans for 'Can Day' on Wednesday 8th March 2017! Thousands of cans were brought into school to recycle in a special competition organised by the Eco-Council. The winni ...VIEW
To mark the end to a fantastic Book Week, children and staff members at Al Rabeeh School celebrated World Book Day in style by dessing up as their faviourite book characters! There were many brilliant costumes to be seen and the children h ...VIEW
Children and staff at Al Rabeeh School are invited to bring empty cans to school on Wednesday 8th March. The school Eco Council will be hosting a special recycling themed day to see how many cans can be collected and recycled. Each ...VIEW
Al Rabeeh School is looking forward to a very well organised fun filled Book Week with a range of different activities to promote and celebrate reading. We are delighted to announce that a number of local and international authors will be ...VIEW