Al Dhafra Private School is an international English medium, comprehensive private school founded on 1st September 1983 by Sultan Bin GhanoumAl Hameli in the capital of U.A.E. and licensed by the Ministry of Education and Youths (MoEY), license number 124 to provide educational services for students from over 30 countries worldwide. Al Dhafra Private School is committed to the growth and development of all students within the context of our extended and broad curriculum. The school started to function as a Pre-K to Grade 6, and with time extra grades were added.
On behalf of the Board of Directors, administration, teachers and staff, I would like to welcome you to Al Dhafra Private Schools, Abu Dhabi this academic year, 2015-2016. It is my honor and primary objective to lead this great school, ensuring outstanding education across the curriculum for every student. This year, as we are a growing, evolving school, it is of utmost importance to have a clear vision, strategic plan and competent staff to collectively ensure that each child’s learning needs are met. Equally important, it is of paramount importance that we foster a healthy, working partnership between the school, students, parents and community. Therefore, you are encouraged and expected to read through our handbook, utilize our website and School Management System via Al Dhafra Private Schools – Abu Dhabi website, as well as the Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) website.
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I was a former student at Al Dafra school Abu Dhabi and I can honestly say that if ever a perfect school existed it would be Al DhafraNilufar March, 2016
Congratulations Al Dhafra. I am a proud parent and my children love Al Dhafra.Dina March, 2013
Al Dhafra deserves a high ranking. The school is constantly improving. The new campus and management and teachers are doing a great job. Keep it up Al Dhafra!Georges Danny March, 2013
The new campus is amazing and my 3 children are very happy. The class sizes are not crowded like before and there is still a strong emphasis on culture and progress.Amani September, 2012
Al Dhafra has a great reputation and my kids in KG have been growing in academics and confidence. We are so excited to move to the new campus.Layla1982 July, 2012
Al Dhafra has a very strong curriculum. My children are very happy and challenged at the same time.Ziad May, 2012
My kids love it here and are learning to read, write, maths and without losing their heritage. The fees are ideal but the campus is old and lacks facilities. We have been promised that the school is moving to a new campus soon.Abou Wahib November, 2011
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