THE SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE SPRING BREAK FROM SUNDAY 26TH MARCH- THURSDAY 6TH APRIL. THE SCHOOL WILL REOPEN ON SUNDAY 9TH APRIL. WE WISH ALL PARENTS AND STUDENTS A RESTFUL HOLIDAY
Admissions for the Nursery for the Year 2017-2018 will be starting on the 10th April.
Age group – Lower Nursery – 1.3 year -2.3 years (as of September 2017)
Upper Nursery – 2.3 years – 3.2 years (as of September 2017)
The Nursery is now situated in a new location in Al Hudaiba, on a quiet street with plenty of parking space, spacious area, plenty of space for outdoor play, gardening and free play. Bright airy classrooms, “a home away from home”.
Please feel free to visit the nursery anytime between 9-11 Sun – Thurs for a Nursery tour or contact Mrs. Rumana on 0559673757 or 043453550 for further details. Limited seats as children from the Nursery get automatically transferred to FS1 in the following year.
Location of the Nursery: Street 3A, Villa 7, Al Hudaiba
BLANKET COLLECTION DRIVE
Giving is a value we all cherish. In DGPS we continue with this philanthropic vision of the leaders of the country. The students of the school donated 440 blankets to the Emirates Red Crescent society on Thursday 23rd March 2017. We wish for goodness and bliss for all.
DGPS win Inter-School Quiz Competition 2017
Congratulations to Pashan Sidhwa and Partha Shetty of Year 10 for winning the Al Diyafah High School Inter-School Quiz Competition on March 2, 2017, with a sterling performance, beating five other strong teams along the way.
DUBAI GEM ART EXHIBITION 2017
Thank you DGPS Community for making the Carnival a grand success.
Admissions for the Academic Year 2017-2018 are now closed. Candidates will be contacted in the month of April.
DGPS CAN COLLECTION CAMPAIGN
The Year 2017 is observed as ‘Year of Giving’ in the UAE.
In DGPS there is a continuous approach to recognize and value the effort of the ancillary staff.
The Heroes behind the scenes!
On Sunday 22.01.17, the morning assembly was dedicated to them to appreciate their collective endeavour in preparation for the DSIB visit. During the day, the students gathered in the newly developed Happiness Room to thank each one of them with a meal pack.
The smiles planted on the faces of students and staff were heartwarming and beautiful to see.
KHDA expects all parents to fill in the online Parent survey at the following link: https://http://khda.gov.ae/Parents/Survey/Index. It is important to select the correct school name from the list before answering the questions. We value your feedback and look forward to your support in our forthcoming inspection . Should you have any difficulty in filling the survey, please contact the admin office and we will be happy to assist you. Thank you for your support
Humera Ibrahim, Principal
Dubai Gem Private School is delighted to acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding achievement of their students in the June 2016 Cambridge Examination Session List of Cambridge Outstanding Learner Award winners from the United Arab Emirates : DUBAI GEM PRIVATE SCHOOL
Dubai Gem is a proud participant of the Guinness World Records for the largest collection of Stationery in UAE
We would like to thank all parents and students who participated in the Stationery drive organised by Mr. Venkatraman Krishnamoorthy under the patronage of Dubai Chamber’s Centre for Responsible Business initiative ‘Engage Dubai’ and with the support of Emirates Red Crescent.
We are pleased to announce that our school collected 255.15 kgs of stationery towards the drive.
For more information click on Article in the Khaleej Times
Invitation to join the Advisory Board
Parents, alumni members, staff members, professionals within the community who are interested in joining the advisory board are invited to submit their resumes to the Directors. After reviewing the credentials of the applicants the Directors will invite the selected members to join the Advisory Board. Members of the board must share the vision and mission of the school and must be able to think globally and put aside their personal agenda. All application should be sent to the following email address: email@example.com
SEATS AT THE NURSERY
We have a few seats left in the Lower Nursery (1.3-2 year). First preference would be given to siblings of students registered at the school. Children from the Upper nursery get direct admission into FS1 unless there is an issue that needs to be reviewed. To avoid disappointments and for further inquiries please contact Ms. Rumana Abdulla, Nursery Director on number 04 3453550 or 055 9673757. Click here for the Location map
Certificates -IGCSE/AS/A Level
The June 2016 Cambridge and Edexcel Certificates of IGCSE /AS/ A Level can be collected from the Secondary School office anytime between 8.30 am-1.00 pm during school days.
3rdINTER-SCHOOL COMPETITION YOUNG BUSINESS TALENT HUNT 2016.
We would like to congratulate our students who participated in the 3rd Inter-School Competition ‘Young Business Talent Hunt 2016’. Around 1200 students (290 teams) from 40 schools across Dubai and Sharjah participated in this event.
DGPS bagged First place in two categories out of three:
Advertisement Design – Pranay Manghnani, Osama Waseem, Amrit Raj Kumar, Shravan Kumar (Grade 13) .
Proposal for New Mobile Application – Fathima Aalia Amjard, Akansha Goyal, Zoha Yaseen, Urvashi Gandhi (Grade 12)
Urvashi Gandhi also got a special prize for BEST SPEAKER. On behalf of the management I would like to congratulate the participants and the winners. Our deep appreciation to all the teachers who supported, guided and accompanied the students over the two days of competition!
Shuttle Time Dubai Schools Championship
The Second Shuttle Time Schools Tournament of the year had a fitting finale at the India Club on the 26th of October where Dubai Gem Private School retained the Girls Under 12 title for the second consecutive year. The team members that emerged victorious: Nishita Manish Bulchandani, Tanika Neetu Sequeira, Hishita Rajwani, Sanika Dhawan Gurav, Delreen Cyrus Virji, Aditi Rakesh Vasudevan.
We would like to congratulate the entire team for their efforts and the parents and the PE department for supporting and guiding them.
New School Uniform
The new contact number for Zaks Uniform is 800 9257.
School Communicator (D6)- For New Admissions
We would request all parents of students (New Admissions) who have been admitted to Dubai Gem Private School this year to kindly download the D6 communicator which is the app the school uses to communicate with Parents.
Please click on this link and follow steps involved in downloading the School Communicator– http://www.six-delta.com/downloads.html. If you have any problems downloading the app, kindly contact the school for assistance.
Dubai Gem Nursery near the Iranian Hospital in Satwa is an ideal place for children to begin their school career in a caring happy environment. Classes are small and activities are many. Our aim is to simulate young minds by helping them to learn and develop through constructive play. We encourage them to listen and in return we enjoy watching them interact, learning to share and care and look foward to developing their enquiring minds and build their confidence.
We at Dubai Gem Private School believe that every child is unique and deserves the best start in life. Children develop and learn fastest in their first years of life. In order to foster this, Dubai Gem provides a stimulating curriculum and environment to ensure that your child has every opportunity to explore, share experiences and learn basic skills. The Foundation Stage Curriculum begins in Kindergarten and is completed by the end of FS2. There are 7 areas of learning and development in the early years setting. All areas of learning and development are important and inter-
The Primary School is a thriving, happy place where children from many cultural backgrounds are encouraged to work together and “Strive for Excellence”. Our aim is for each individual to attain their best by providing children with a holistic education based on the latest developments in the UK National Curriculum 2014, tailored so that our multi-
The aim of our curriculum is to provide a challenging course of study with high standards that will make the students responsible learners who can not only work collaboratively, but also be accountable for their own academic and developmental progress. Students will graduate as lifelong learners who will make valuable contributions to society. The graduates will possess the necessary skills and knowledge to empower their success in our diverse and interdependent world. Students in Year 7 and Year 8 follow a common curriculum designed to provide a broad and balanced knowledge base and learning skills appropriate to high achieving students. In the year 7 & 8, students choose one language (French, Hindi or Urdu). In addition to the full range of National Curriculum subjects, students study PSHE, Art and Design and Technology.
New School Uniform 2016-17
DGPS RECYCLING CAMPAIGNS
We are extremely proud of your support given to all DGPS recycling programs in the last academic year. This resulted in DGPS winning a place in 5 of its campaigns with the Emirates Environmental Group. Moreover, these campaigns have given us an opportunity to actively express our commitment and concern to protect the environment.