Kings' To Open Two New Branches in Sept 2014

Kings' To Open Two New Branches in Sept 2014
By James Mullan
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One of Dubai's most popular schools, Kings' School, is to open two new branches in September 2014: Kings' School Nad al Sheba with Foundation Stage One to Year 6 (expanding to include Secondary by 2016) and Kings’ School Al Barsha, opening from Foundation Stage to Year 9 (growing to Year 13 by 2016).

The Al Barsha school will be located on Umm Suqeim Road, close to the Meydan development and the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid City.

Both schools are now open for admissions. Online registration can be completed by visiting www.kingsdubai.com.

Kings School currently has an operating school in Umm Suqeim. See the Kings' School review for more information.

 

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