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Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba: A Jewel in the Desert!

Kings’ Nad Al Sheba
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Snap Up September Places At Kings’ Nad Al Sheba

Looking for a school for your kiddos, Mamas? Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba is a real jewel in the desert – and there are still primary school places available for September (including the much sought after Early Years and Foundation Stage).

Kings’ founding campus is the only school in Dubai to have received an Outstanding rating since the KHDA inspections began and Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba definitely stands out as a vibrant, safe, supportive and happy place for littlies to learn and develop. And with all of the Kings’ schools offering the same impressively high standards and values, this learning establishment operates under the Kings’ ethos of ‘one family, three campuses’, sharing the experience, talent and operational excellence for which the brand has become known.

Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba prides itself on an innovative approach to teaching and learning, with students being taught and nurtured by a talented, reflective, dedicated and caring team of professionals in an environment that’s perfect for shaping our little people. If you like knowing what your kids are up to during the day and how well they are progressing (yes!) then you’ll love the collaboration between staff, students and parents – working together to support kiddos in every way possible. Not to mention the strong community that provides the perfect place for your little one to floursh and connects you to the Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba family.

And here’s an important part – this school is easily accessible from all main areas of Dubai and just a short distance from Downtown and Mirdiff, making school drop as easy and convenient as possible. Hooray! Sound good? It is. Time to get that school tour booked and add Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba to your list of schools to review, mamas!

For more information, visit www.kings-edu.com/nadalsheba/book-a-tour or contact the registrar on registrar@kingsnas.com or + 971 4 327 1841.

Brought to you in partnership with Kings’ Nad Al Sheda

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