AS Level Admissions (External Students) – AS Level (Grade 12 ) Application forms for the academic year 2018-2019 may be collected from the Secondary School Office from 6th May onwards anytime between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm


Dubai Gem Stationery Drive 2018 – Click here

Join the school campaign to spread the joy of learning to underprivileged children.

                  Share a little, Care a little!

DGPS-Gulf News- Tuesday 15th May- Click here for the article

Dubai Gem Private School is proud to announce that we have been featured in today’s edition of the Gulf News – Young Editors (Tuesday, May 15th 2018). The editorial team comprised six AS level students who have also initiated the DGPS Chronicle. The enthusiastic, creative students ; Ricardo, Sasha, Esha, Rhitika, Zain and Sasi have made the school proud by showcasing the events the school conducted during the 45th Year celebration, under the guidance of Ms Starlyn Fernandes and Ms. Annie Wilfred.



Dubai Gem celebrated mother’s day on the 21st of March with a presentation by Year 5 students. Students were asked unexpected questions on how well they know their mom. You would be surprised…Click here to see the video

Students participating in ‘The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award programme, can find further information on


Starnite Film Festival

As part of the 45th Anniversary celebrations, Dubai Gem Private School organized the StarNite short film festival on 26th January 2018 with a spectacular film awards ceremony to honor young budding filmmakers within the school. The night included pieces of dance, music and song… along with presentation of various awards-

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Article in the Khaleej Times- 2nd Feb

Dubai Gem Private School Alumni, Uzair Merchant does us proud!

New York Film Academy Alum Uzair Merchant is Best Indie Director at Los Angeles Film Awards

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Launch of cloth bags in collaboration with EEG & Eco Baku

Inviting Parents & Students to join us in this exciting new venture by DGPS.

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Did you know DGPS is now on Instagram and FB. Follow us on Instagram ‘dubai_gem and the facebook page ‘Dubai Gem Private School’

Congratulations to the Students of Dubai Gem Private School on their remarkable Results in the June 2017 Examinations


‘Start a Ripple… Create a Wave’

The Kindness Wave at Dubai Gem continues through the ‘Year of Giving’. Our students raised money through several activities during the Pink Week and the proceedings of AED. 5000/- were donated  to the Al Jalila Foundation.

We warmly thank our school community of parents and students who make this giving possible!

The June 2017 Cambridge and Edexcel Certificates of  IGCSE / AS / A Level  can be collected from the Senior School office anytime between 8:30 am &  1:00 pm (Sunday – Thursday).

Nursery Admissions

Admissions for the Nursery for the Year 2017-2018 – Limited seats available

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

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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:

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                 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 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 If you have any problems downloading the app, kindly contact the school for assistance.

Welcome to Dubai Gem

When we look at Dubai Gem today, we see not only a full-fledged institution, but also a school which creates a nurturing environment for students. It is a renowned for its academic accomplishments, unity, and notable professional teaching staff. Currently, Dubai Gem is based on two sites: a Nursery located in Satwa, and the Foundation, Primary and Secondary School situated in Oud Metha.

Dubai Gem follows the British Curriculum leading to ‘O’, ‘AS’, ‘A’ Levels. It is affiliated to the Cambridge University of London and is recognized by the Ministry of Education, Dubai. The school aims at developing an international tone and providing an educational atmosphere that promotes  responsibility and choice. Emphasis is placed on the active participation of students in all fields, leading to their overall progress. The language of instruction and communication is English and the majority of text books used is imported from the United Kingdom.

The spirit of Ramadan at DGPS

In keeping with our Mission statement of promoting an ethos of giving & volunteering, we are very proud to have this morning seen a wonderful display of making our support staff feel valued & appreciated. Thank you parents for your generosity. Each of the support staff has received a generous token of appreciation from the students & the management.

We wish all our parents a Happy Eid.

Newsletter: Term 2

The second term at DGPS has been an eventful and rewarding one, culminating with the Annual Mother’s Day Concert hosted by our Year 5 students on Wednesday, March 21st.

The concert was just one of many events that were held at the school this term, and they were all made possible with the efforts of our students and the support of parents. The school strives to provide and enhance opportunities for teaching and learning. These endeavours are, in turn, encouraged by the Advisory Board and Parent Support Group, who I would like to acknowledge for their advice and recommendations during the DSIB Inspection, the Annual Carnival and the Mother’s Day Celebrations.

Throughout 2018 you will see changes based on feedback received from parents and students, all driven by a desire to make DGPS a safe, exciting and vibrant school. Every step we take in this journey, we will work together to make our community stronger, wiser and better for our children.

It was wonderful to see our students taking the lead in the first few days during the Middle East Math Ninja Challenge which ran from 11th to 22nd March. Their skills were put to the test and the Math department did their very best to support and encourage the students. Our congratulations to Shyam Soundararajan of Year 8E who is the overall topper in the Ninja Middle East Math Championship. A commendable accomplishment!

The Year 11 Mock examinations conducted in March were an opportunity to expose our students to board examination conditions and guidelines and prepare them in the best possible way for the board examinations in May. An informative and interactive session with the students and parents of Year 11 titled,’ Year11 and Beyond’ was extremely useful and clarified many of the misconceptions and concerns of students and parents. It is extremely important that parents attend sessions which are planned and prepared to communicate important information to students and parents.

Our MUN Delegation once again did extremely well in the DIAMUN and gained valuable insights and experience in drafting resolutions and writing position papers. Prathna Menghani (Year 10A) won the Best Delegate award and Insiya Sajjad (Year 10 B), Kiran Parwani (Year 12 B) and Rida Danesh (Year 10A) won awards for the Best Position Papers! We are proud of our students’ achievements in an international forum with over 800 student delegates from all over the world.

The Annual Sports Days across the school were extremely well organized. Our athletes did us proud with their competitive spirit, sportsmanship and positive attitude. The hardworking PE Department with the support from the secondary students and SLT conducted the Sports Days which were meticulously planned and implemented.

The students of Years 1 to 6 delighted us with their performances during the class concerts. It is amazing to see the confidence and enthusiasm of the children performing on stage. Concerts provide opportunities to develop cooperation, team work, time management, to display skills and talent and to develop imagination and creativity.

Term 3 will focus on students’ attainment and progress. Board examinations commence in May and all practical examinations in Art & Design and ICT will be completed in April. The National Agenda bench mark tests PTE/PTM/PTS and NGRT will also be conducted in May.

As DGPS continues with its celebrations during the year to commemorate its forty fifth anniversary, I would like to believe that with a common vision and shared responsibility we can and will continue to make changes that will have a positive and lasting impact on the entire community.

Happy holidays! Enjoy a well-deserved spring break!

About Us

Dubai Gem Nursery

 The Nursery is now situated in a new location in Al Hudaiba, on a quiet street with plenty of parking space, spacious area, ample space for outdoor play, gardening and free play. Bright airy classrooms,  “a home away from home”.

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 forward to developing their enquiring minds and build their confidence.

Please feel free to visit the Nursery any time between 9:00 -11:00, Sunday – Thursday for a Nursery tour or contact Mrs. Rumana on 0559673757 or 043453550 for further details. There are limited seats as children from  the Nursery get automatically transferred to FS1 in the following year.

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)

 Location of the Nursery: Street 3A, Villa 7, Al Hudaiba

Location map

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-connected.

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-national students can thrive. We recognise that children have individual learning needs and therefore ensure that each child has an appropriate level of work to challenge them to the best of their capabilities.

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.

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