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anderson-educationFollowing 10 years of successfully running the UK Boarding School Exhibition in Dubai and the Middle East, Anderson Education (formally Sue Anderson Consulting) is pleased to announce their first International Boarding School Exhibition on 14th & 15th November 2014 at the Hilton Jumeirah Resort, JBR, featuring 27 schools from the US, Canada, Switzerland, UK, Jordan and Bahrain.

Sue Anderson and her team of education consultants will be on hand to offer free guidance and impartial advice to all parents living in the UAE and the wider Gulf region who would be interested to know “what to look for” when selecting a boarding school for their child. The team will help parents identify schools that meet the individual needs of their child. Alongside this families will be able to meet the heads and representatives from each school and learn about their academic excellence, sports, drama, music, art, and general boarding life.

Preparation and planning is the key to ensuring a successful boarding school placement. With access to the internet and the huge amount of choice available families are often overwhelmed and confused to begin with. Shortlisting and visiting three to four schools is a key factor in selecting the right school. With their years of experience Anderson Education has the expert knowledge to facilitate this and make the whole process easier. Read more

dyhkidsDubai Youth Hockey Club (DYHC), the first youth hockey development coaching programme in the UAE, aimed at developing the skills and sportsmanship of young hockey players in the emirate, is looking forward to a successful season following the announcement of two local club sponsors, Avery Office Supplies and HSS health & safety training consultancy for the 2014/15 season.

The support has come at a time when Dubai Youth Hockey Club (DYHC) has seen a surge of interest by youngsters in learning and playing the sport and coincides with the UAE Hockey Federation’s move towards a more structured game with national leagues set to support hockey at grassroot level. Read more

Missing CatPet’s Name or Answers To:  Ralphi
Last Seen or Found (when and where):  10th October 2014, Veneto villa 10, Dubai waterfront (just past jebel ali golf resort)
Microchip Number:  TBC
Municipality Tag Number:
Collar Color:  None

Pet’s Description:
White and tabby with a tail half length (it is a deformity, he has a full length tail all collected to halfway along), with big hazel eyes. We have had him 1 year and he knows his name well and will turn his head when you say his name. he is about 4 years old, a good size cat. Read more

idrnDisaster and natural calamities are something that we can never predict. No matter where we are, we are not exempted from experiencing this kind of trial in life. A community-based approach to disaster managements is intended to reduce this vulnerability by involving communities as active and engaged components in a disaster management program. For that, Monarch Learning & Development Centre are hosting the first IDRN (International Disaster Response Network) training in the UAE.

The purpose of the International Disaster Response Network (IDRN) is to cultivate community based disaster preparedness, response and management; and to create local, self-sustainable, and functional disaster response groups that can then leverage the strengths of the International Disaster Response Network. Read more

ask louiseQuestionIt was great to come a cross this web page after so many days of confusion in how to apply to universities in UK an USA.  Being an expat as you know has its own complications, let alone applying for universities in other countries.  I am a second year pharmacy student in Sharjah University wanting to apply for for PharmD course in UK Or USA. Read more

Moving-tipsYou’ve just heard you’re moving….but not till Christmas.  Don’t put off what you can do now till tomorrow start getting organized for the move NOW.

The first step can be to ‘declutter‘.  Walk around the house and look at what you’ve got and think about what you will really need in your new home.  At weekends (or even the up coming half-term holiday) get the kids to get under those dusty beds and pull out the boxes with a million bits of transformers, cars and lego and ask them ‘do they really still play with these toys?’  Go out to the garden and have a look at the old garden furniture and ask yourself is it worth transporting all that back – especially if you are moving back to a cold country.  Begin the task of going through the paperwork and shredding what you will never need again such as DEWA bills dating back 5 years ago etc. Read more

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