New Indian School Announced For Ajman

New Indian School Announced For Ajman
By C Hoppe
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Ajman's newest school, Woodlem Park International School is set to launch in April 2017, in time for the new Indian academic year.

The school is located in the Al Jurf area of Ajman and boasts a plot size of over 100,000 square metres.

Launched by Mamzar Group and the Ajman Royal family, the school is believed to cost in the region of Dhs 150 million.

The school will utilise both the CBSE and Kerala school curricula.

Commenting on the launch of the school, His Excellency Sheikh Abdulla bin Majid Al Nuaimi, chairman of Woodlem Park International School, said, “we are happy to announce the launch of the new school in the heart of Ajman, and hope this will contribute to the UAE’s consistent effort to bring in quality education."

"We hire exemplary faculty for heading the departments of the school and highly qualified, passionate teachers to train the students in academic and life-building skills. The school takes a non-compromise approach on selection of the teachers, building-up a solid and transparent system of identifying ‘only qualified teachers’ through scientific qualitative methods using international parameters.”

Woodlem International School will be open for KG 1 to Grade 8 admissions from the first week in November 2016.

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