Bus Information

Reach British School is aware how important the safety of our students is on their way to and from school. The school has 24 school buses fitted with cameras, governed to a maximum speed of 80 kilometres per hour and fitted with seat belts in accordance with Ministry of Transport regulations.  They are inspected by female conductresses.

Currently our fleet of buses includes 21 seater buses, 24 seater buses, and 58 seater buses. We cannot always guarantee your child a place if they start mid-way through academic year, however the number of buses we operate increases as our student numbers grow.

We offer routes all over Abu Dhabi, with many areas having multiple routes. These areas include:

  • Abu Dhabi Island
  • Khalifa City
  • Shakbout City
  • Al Reef
  • Baniyas
  • Mafraq
  • Al Shawamekh
  • Al Shamka
  • Mushrif
  • Mohamed Bin Zayed City
  • Mussafah

For any enquiries regarding bus transport or routes, please do not hesitate to ask at the transport office in school between 7:30am and 3pm, or you can telephone +971 (0)  25822030 ext. 215. For new students admissions please enquire about the availability on your chosen bus route during registration. If you have more detailed questions or you need to report an incident on the bus, you should email us via info@reachbritishschoool.com and we will be back in touch with you.

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
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