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74% schools in Dubai provide high or very high levels of well-being provision, says KHDA report

The report also revealed that more than 80%of Dubai schools ensure their students feel consistently positive about their time in school 

Dubai, May 01, 2023: About 74% of Dubai schools were rated ‘high’ or ‘very high’ on well-being provisions, as per the well-being evaluations released by Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in the first year. KHDA has for the first-time rated Dubai schools based on the well-being provisions they offer as part of a new parent summary report released for all private schools in Dubai. 

The report also revealed that more than 80% of Dubai schools ensure their students feel consistently positive about their time in school. Many schools are now focusing on the development of a well-being curriculum as an additional area of focus. 

Fatma Belrehif, Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau, said : “Various studies indicate that there is a strong correlation between student well-being and academic achievement. We are pleased to see consistently high well-being levels across schools in Dubai. School leaders are committed to providing a positive and supportive environment that supports student wellbeing, and we encourage them to continue using data to evaluate and improve the well-being provision in their schools.” 

Meanwhile, parents of students enrolled in Dubai private schools have also received customised summary reports that outline key findings from their child’s school inspection results. 

The summary reports provide parents with quick and accessible information on different aspects of school quality, including quality of teaching, well-being provision, evaluation of key subjects, areas of strength and improvement, and more.  

Dr Abdulla Al Karam, Director General of KHDA said: “The new Parent Summary reports cater to the diverse needs and expectations of parents in Dubai. Including various aspects of school quality that parents told us matter most to them; the reports give parents access to reliable information about every private school in Dubai. We trust parents will find the reports a valuable resource when choosing or comparing the best schools for their children.” 

A total of 199 Dubai private schools were inspected during the 2022-23 academic year. According to data released in April, 77% students attend schools rated ‘Good’ or ’Better’. Six schools were inspected for the first time this year, and 25 schools improved their rating since the last full inspection cycle.  

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