As a new arrival in Dubai or even as a seasoned expat having lived in Dubai for many years when it comes to choosing the right curriculum for your child it can be overwhelming as school and their curriculums have probably changed a lot since you were at school. So here is a brief explanation of the various international curriculums you will see on offer at schools in the UAE.
Number of cases have been filed against scamsters
A ‘freelance’ property agent has duped SK, a newly arrived expatriate, who leased a property in Dubai from the scamster using a leading classified website.
Unaware of the fact that real estate agents in Dubai have to be registered with the Real Estate Regulatory Agency, the regulatory arm of Dubai Land Department and are provided with Rera cards, SK, who requested only his initials be used, said he issued the full-year rent in a single cheque along with the deposit amount for an apartment located in a project in Dubailand. Read more
Darjeeling Cricket Club to host event in support of MSF
A 24-hour cricket marathon will take place this month, at the International Cricket Council’s Cricket Academy (ICC CA) in Dubai Sports City, in support of non-governmental medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).
Dubai’s longest ever game of cricket will be organised by Darjeeling CC – the UAE’s oldest cricket club, established in 1969 – in memory of long-standing former club member Simon Fowler, who passed away earlier this year.
The event will take place from 12 noon on Thursday November 20, until noon on Friday 21, with several consecutive matches being played continuously over a 24-hour period. Read more
The best way to really get a feel for a school and determine if it will be the right learning environment for your child is to actually visit the school. Most schools welcome visits from prospective parents throughout the year but this time of year witnesses many schools in Dubai opening their doors to the public with open days.