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Early Years

Early Years (Kindergarten FS1 and FS2)


Through a well-planned curriculum, we offer challenging and rich learning opportunities where a child’s desire and curiosity to learn will be stimulated and fulfilled. We encourage a positive self-image, independence and self-confidence. We understand that children develop at an individual pace and each child is encouraged to reach his/her full potential.

The School follows the English National Curriculum, but has a more flexible approach as it is mindful of the local educational needs and culture, including the UAE National Agenda. The teaching staff works closely with our students through creative play, collaboration and fun to challenge and develop each individual child. We have a team approach were teachers can share innovative initiatives and programmes.

Our curriculum maintains a balance between structured activities and free play to meet the early learning goals for the Foundation Stage as set out in the English National Curriculum.


  • Communication and Language
  • Literacy
  • Mathematical Development
  • Physical Development
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the World (Science, ICT, Environment, Social Studies, Geography and History)
  • Expressive Arts and Design

We carefully monitor and assess each child’s development. Parents are informed, on a regular basis, about their child’s progress and we welcome input from all our parents.

Grammar School Science Students Success

The Grammar School Dubai is pleased to announce the excellent achievement of gaining second place at the Amity University, ‘Technoscience and Robotech’ competition.
The Grammar Schools year 12 students, competing against other schools in Dubai, were awarded second place for the design and build of an obstacle avoiding robotic vehicle.
Year 12 team leader, Rimsha Alam stated, “this was a great team effort and we had lots of fun creating an innovative solution to the task of building our robotic model.”
The Grammar School has recently added ‘STEM’, (science, technology, engineering and maths), teaching into the curriculum so our students can work on innovative projects with real world applications.