Unfortunately, due to the current situation of Covid:19 and in-line with ADEK regulations, we are unable to invite you and your family into the school at this time for a school tour or for your child’s playdate/ assessment. However, if you would like your child’s application to be taken forward now, we can arrange an online admissions meeting with our Senior Leadership team. Should this be an option that you would like to consider, please confirm your availability for this week and we can coordinate with our team here at Reach British School.
Reach British School is an inclusive school that welcomes students of all abilities and backgrounds, providing a supportive and international environment for your child to grow in.
We understand how hard choosing a school can be. Parents are welcome to contact the school through our email on email@example.com or call us at our admissions mobile number 050-8521801
Age Placement Guide
Students will be placed per their age on 31st August, or according to their transfer certificate if they are joining us from a school inside the United Arab Emirates.
|AGE ON 31ST AUGUST||YEAR GROUP||GRADE|
|6||Year 2||Grade 1|
|7||Year 3||Grade 2|
|8||Year 4||Grade 3|
|9||Year 5||Grade 4|
|10||Year 6||Grade 5|
|11||Year 7||Grade 6|
|12||Year 8||Grade 7|
|13||Year 9||Grade 8|
|14||Year 10||Grade 9|
|15||Year 11||Grade 10|
|16||Year 12||Grade 11|
|17||Year 13||Grade 12|
Moving to Abu Dhabi from abroad? Use our worldwide comparison chart to see what year group your child will join us in.
“The concept and practice of inclusive education have gained importance in recent years. Internationally, the term is increasingly understood more broadly as a reform that supports and welcomes diversity amongst all learners. Inclusive education is not a marginal issue, but is central to the achievement of high-quality education for all learners and the development of more inclusive societies. Inclusive education is essential to achieve social equity and is a constituent element of lifelong learning.”
UNESCO Policy Guidelines on Inclusion in Education
Applying To Reach British School
Each application is considered individually. Reach British School has an open admissions policy, and the admissions assessment will consider ability to access the curriculum through language, behaviour among peers, and additional learning needs. These are placement tests to give an indication of performance level and language ability, and are not academic entrance tests. They support our placement of students in a way that ensures classes are diverse across gender, language, national status, and additional learning needs.
Complete the application form online, providing a copy of the student’s passport/Emirates ID copy, most recent school or nursery report and confirmation letter.
Your documents will be forwarded to the Head of Department for review and approval.
After reviewing your documents, you will be contacted and offered a conditional offer for your child or if your child requires an online assessment
To accept the offer you must provide outstanding documents and pay the registration fee online to secure your child place at the school
Accepting An Offer
Once a place is offered, you should confirm you accept within 5 days including payment of the registration fee, signing the school’s Offer Letter, and providing all outstanding documents. A Parent Contract will also be provided, setting out the agreement between the school and parents. Once a place is accepted your child will be registered with the school, and the final step before the first day of term will be to pay the school fees and get your new school uniform.
Enrolment In Reach British School
Placement of our new students in classes is carried out by the Heads of School to ensure classes are diverse across gender, language, national status, and additional learning needs. Your new teacher will be in touch directly with all the information you will need, and you will be given a house colour for your sports uniform.
We look forward to welcoming you on your first day!
For More Information
Contact: Lyra Tigaronita, Admissions & Registration Coordinator
Should you have any questions, or if you would like to visit the school, please contact our Admissions Office between 8am and 3pm. Once you have been offered a place you will be contacted directly by the Registrations Office, who can also be contacted on the telephone number above.