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Primary School

The Primary School works closely with our Early Years section to ensure we achieve a successful transition into KS1 primary. Innovation is at the heart of all that we do at the Grammar School and our students are actively challenged.


KS1 (Years 1 and 2)

The School follows the English National Curriculum, but has a more flexible approach, as it is mindful of the local educational needs, culture and the UAE National Agenda. The curriculum is designed around active learning and critical thinking to help develop each individual child. We want our students to be creative, caring and confident members of the Grammar School family.


KS 2 (Years 3 to 6)

Key Stage 2 curriculum covers a four year learning journey which develops and identifies individual skills and strengths. In Years 3 to 6, children as well as having a class teacher are also taught by specialist teachers in subject-specific rooms, such as the Art Room, the Computing and Science Laboratories. We are not only about academic achievement but also develop skills in sport, music and performing arts. This prepares them at an early age for the system which is common in Secondary Schools, thus ensuring a smooth transition from Year 6 to Year 7.


  • 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.