KHDA is looking to publish school reports this year designed specifically for parents
07 September 2022, 12:00 AM
30 September 2022, 12:00 AM
Dubai schools are gearing up for the Knowledge and Human Development Authority’s (KHDA) school inspections this year.
In the new academic year, the emirate’s education regulator will be emphasizing student well-being as a key focus, and will inspect how school policies have been adapted to include wellness strategies.
Meanwhile, schools in Dubai are preparing themselves to be “inspection-ready”.
Schools in Dubai are awarded ratings, with the highest score being "outstanding", to help parents make the best education choice for their wards.
In a recent letter sent out to parents, the KHDA stated: “Our school inspectors are ready to start their quality assurance visits of schools this year. All schools that have passed their second year of operation will be inspected starting from September. Newer schools will receive support visits."
This year we’re publishing school reports designed specifically for parents. The report will give you an objective understanding of the quality of teaching and learning offered at every private school in Dubai. Keep an eye out for these at the start of the third term.”