Jumeira Baccalaureate School – Dubai, UAE
Jumeira Baccalaureate School is educating students today for jobs that do not exist and to use technologies that haven’t yet been invented to solve problems that we cannot comprehend. We have recruited only the best practitioners from all over the world to join our school. They are a dedicated and talented team who are looking forward to working together in a first class learning environment. They are committed to providing a new and innovative approach to all of our teaching and prepare our students for a rapidly changing world.
We all believe that young children are powerful learners who will rapidly progress in skill development across all areas of the curriculum, if taught within a creative, stimulating and enabling environment. The Taaleem academic team has brought their many years of collective experience from leading schools from around the globe to design this new and innovative curriculum that will prepare students to succeed and overcome the challenges of 21st Century living.
JBS students, parents and faculty can enjoy eight acres of grounds with superb, state-of-the-art facilities, modern classrooms and a myriad of sports options.
Large multi-purpose auditorium/elementary gym, a senior indoor sports hall, KG indoor playroom, a 25m shaded swimming pool, two roof top tennis courts, extensive grass sports pitches, sports track and field with changing facilities, an extensive two-storey library/learning resource/media center, indoor and outdoor learning spaces and playgrounds, several computer/ICT and science labs, several art studios, dance studios, music studios and rehearsal rooms, cafeteria, wireless internet throughout the school.
Jumeira 1, 53B Street,
off Al Wasl Road,
Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971 (0)4 344 6931
Email id: email@example.com
Jumeira Baccalaureate School Website: www.jbschool.ae
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