UK Firm Acquires Reach British School

UK Firm Acquires Reach British School
By C Hoppe
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Reach British School (RBS) in Abu Dhabi has been acquired by International Schools Partnership.

Ryan Robson, CEO of the International Schools Partnership, said, "we are extremely pleased to announce that the International Schools Partnership is taking over ownership and management of Reach British School LLC in Abu Dhabi.”

The school will be International Schools Partnership's first property in the region.

International Schools Partnership also owns Cambridge International School in Cambridge, England and seven international schools across Spain operating under the brand name, Laude.

Robson said, "the International Schools Partnership has been founded on the principle of inspiring world class learning and we are delighted to have the opportunity to deliver on this in Abu Dhabi through the Reach British School.

"Expanding our international partnership to the UAE was a natural move for ISP. There is a strong level of trust in the UK education model here and that we are keen to build on this. The school has fantastic potential and we are very excited about its bright future under our stewardship", said Robson.

RBS located in Baniyas East was established in 2014 by Jordanian national Malik Melhem. The British curriculum school houses approximately 1,065 students, the majority of which are Emirati.


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