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Emirates National School Mohammed Bin Zayed City Parent Opinion

The ENS campus in Mohammed Bin Zayed City was established in 2002 and is the oldest branch of the Emirates National Schools which are also located on Abu Dhabi Island, Al Ain, Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah. Although set up essentially with the aim of educating Emirati students, who make up over 90% of students at the Abu Dhabi campuses, the schools are also open to, and attract, students of other nationalities.
At a glance
School phase
All through
Availability 2019/20
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Availability 2020/21
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Annual fee average
AED 34,500
Price band help
Mid-range
Status
Open
Opening year
2002
School year
Sep to Jul
Principal
Ahmed Al Bastaki
Owner
ENS - Emirates National Schools
Main student nationality
Emirati
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Emirates National School Mohammed Bin Zayed City Parent Opinion

We have received a fairly low number of responses from the parents at this school. If you would like to have your say please fill out the survey here.

Q1. How much of a sense of belonging does your child feel at his or her school?

Q2. To what extent do you think that children enjoy going to your child's school?

Q3. How much do you agree to the statement: I think the fees I pay represent good value for money given the quality of the school offering.

Q4. What do you look for when choosing a school?

Q5. What is the single most important criteria in your choice of school?

Q6. Have you thought about moving your child from his current school?

Q7. Rate your satisfaction with the level of academic performance at your child's school

Q8. Do you feel that you need to give your child additional tutoring to supplement learning within school?

Q9. How confident are you in your ability to make sure your child's school meets your child's learning needs?

Q10. Rate your satisfaction with the level of feedback you receive from your child's school

Q11. Rate your satisfaction with the disciplinary policy and its implementation at your child's school

Q12. How concerned are you about bullying at this school?

Q13. How much has this school improved your child's confidence?

Q14. Would you recommend your school to another parent?

Q15. What is the school level of your child?

Q16. How high are the expectations for students at this school?

Q17. Overall, do you feel the quality of education offered at your child's school is:

Q18. What is the journey time to school?

Q19. How does your child get to school?

Q20. Do you take your child to school, or does he/she go by him or herself?

Q21. The fees I pay represent:

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