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GEMS Wellington Academy - Al Khail

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Established in September 2013, GEMS Wellington Academy – Al Khail, is one of the most recent additions to our worldwide network of schools. As such, this private school in Dubai is very modern and boasts an incredibly high standard of facilities.

The GEMS Wellington Academy extends a warm welcome to children from Foundation Stage to Year 11*, with plans for the school to grow with our students to year 13 in successive years. We are delighted to be able to teach the National Curriculum for England to all our pupils, which is internationally recognised by prestigious universities and colleges around the world.

This curriculum develops specific skills and competencies, but also emphasises critical thinking, enquiry, creativity, planning and other skills needed to meet the challenges of a changing world. The curriculum also provides a regular programme of student assessment and evaluation to ensure that students are working towards levels of attainment appropriate to their age and capability.

The world class facilities at this independent school in Dubai, include science and technology labs, auditorium and theatre, recording and video studio, a 3-level gymnasium with roof top tennis courts, 2 x 25 metre swimming pools, football and rugby pitches and specialist music, art, language and design rooms.

It’s not all work and no play at the GEMS Wellington Academy – Al Khail. We like to use these facilities to the full to help instil the confidence children of every age need to fulfil their potential. With such a wide range of creative, musical and physical activities on offer, every child will discover something they’ll love!

To find out more about this modern British curriculum school in Dubai, please use the details below.


*Year 11 will commence in September 2017 subject to final approval from KHDA 


P.O Box 391922, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Telephone: +971 4 339 6233

Email: [email protected]

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