Reach British School is a co-educational international British school in Abu Dhabi delivering the National Curriculum for England, which is student-centred and challenges students to excel academically, emotionally and socially. We also benefit from being part of a growing number of schools worldwide owned by the International Schools Partnership.
Reach British School opened in 2014 in the south of Abu Dhabi and teaches the National Curriculum for England to children from ages 3 to 18. The school now has over 1650 students from over 60 different nationalities. We currently teach FS1 to Year 13 (Pre-KG to Grade 12).
We pride ourselves on our experienced and passionate staff. All our teachers are native English speakers, working alongside our specialist teachers who deliver the Ministry of Education’s Arabic, Islamic and Social Studies curriculum.
Learning and teaching standards are constantly observed, and specialist consultants from our British owners, the International Schools Partnership (ISP), ensure we are constantly developing to give our students the best environment to develop academically as well as socially. Joining ISP in early 2016 enabled us to join with like minded schools internationally, and that brings a wealth of opportunity to the school.
Our Senior Leadership Team are mainly British, bringing years of experience from schools all over the world to our international school.
We look forward to welcoming you into our school community, where we help young people lay the foundations for life-long success. British schools deliver tried and tested educational programmes, leading students to enter renowned universities.
Investing in children is the key to our success, and the future is bright for Reach British School. We are looking forward to fulfilling and inspiring times ahead – come and join us on our journey.
Reach British School is routinely inspected by The Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK), as are all private schools in Abu Dhabi.
The most recent inspection result was released in May 2018 which you will find below. The feedback from this report helps inform our ongoing school improvement plan which is led by our principal, Mr. Dene Bright. He says, “I look forward to taking the school forward and I am confident that after the next inspection in two years’ time, we will be, at the very least, judged as a good Band A school.”