History

Reach British School was in the planning for many years. The team first came together in September 2012 at a small nearby office, and then in February 2013, they broke ground. By May the school was already beginning to take shape, and by September the Early Years, Primary and Secondary buildings and the multi-purpose building were already erected.  

The doors to the school opened in September 2014 to over 200 children and that quickly grew to 686 by the end of the first term.  In September 2015, we welcomed over 1000 children and doubled our staff numbers.  Throughout the first term we continued to welcome children and our numbers grew steadily.

In September 2016, the school had grown again to over 1200 students, and the campus and student body were a settled and welcoming environment to the new families that joined the school. With more capacity to grow in the Secondary School we expect to see the school grow again in September 2017, when we open our first year of iGCSE’s. 

The future is bright for Reach British School.  Our joining the International Schools Partnership in early 2016 enabled us to join with likeminded schools internationally, and that brings a wealth of opportunity to the school.  We are looking forward to fulfilling and inspiring times ahead at Reach British School - come and join us on our journey.
Extra-Curricular Activities
At Reach British school we pride ourselves on offering a wide variety of Extra Curricular Activities as a way of ensuring that all children can make the most out of the programme.
UAE Culture
The UAE is a truly international mix of nationalities from all over the world.
Teaching and Learning
Teaching, Learning and Assessment are three interconnected processes which help support the teacher (and parents) in providing the most relevant and applied techniques to support individual children in their learning.
House System
At Reach British School we aim to encourage team spirit. In today’s global market we also believe that instilling a healthy sense of competition in our children is vital.