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ISSDubai2015_logo(final)_admindb Venue:  Sheraton Hotel, Mall of Emirates  | 20th – 21st March |12:00 – 17:00

The ISS warmly welcome you to gain direct access to the Heads of some of the most prestigious schools across the UK. These leading figures in British education understand that choosing the right school for your child, is one of the biggest emotional and financial choices a family will make.

With its long history of producing eminent World leaders and celebrated business minds, the UK’s reputation for independent education is unparalleled. There are over 2,400 private schools within the British Isles. Finding a school that suits your child can therefore be a daunting task. By visiting the Independent Schools Show you can explore boarding, single sex and co-educational options from all over the country at preparatory and senior level.

This year 28 schools will be exhibiting at the Show, including Wellington College, Marlborough College, Bedales and St. Mary’s Calne, as well as many others from all over the United Kingdom. Read more

ask louiseQuestionAny ideas to help my shy daughter (18 year) to meet teens and make friends? At the moment she is attending an English course in the morning but all the students are women 10-20 years older than herself.  We live in Dubai Marina. Read more

teensMoving to a new country can be worrying and especially for the older child.  Younger children may just be thinking of it as great big adventure but the older child will be worried about leaving all their friends and making new ones – how will they be accepted, what about all the cliques?  However, Dubai is just the place to make new friends, with its HUGE expat community your teen will soon be coming home with friends from all over the world.  It doesn’t matter whether they attend a French, American or English curriculum school they will soon be talking about their friends who come from countries as far afield as Fiji or as near as France.

Kids at schools in Dubai are very used to new people turning up in their class at all ages and so welcome the ‘newbies’ with open arms.  In addition to school life, Dubai offers an array of outside school activities which are another great avenue for making friends for both the children and their parents.  Activities include sport (rugby, netball, football, softball, swimming, diving, golf, gymnastics….the list is endless), music, drama and dance.  It is Read more

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