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Taaleem to open second greenfield school in 2025

DBS Mira will accommodate more than 1,600 students at full utilisation 

Dubai, July 10, 2023: Taaleem Holdings PJSC (Taaleem), an education provider in the UAE, has announced the launch of Dubai British School (DBS) Mira, the second Greenfield development of Taaleem.  

Located in Emaar’s Mira community in Dubai, the school will be the fifth DBS school in operation once completed. The design of DBS Mira has commenced already, with students to be welcomed to the school in August 2025. 

The announcement of DBS Mira follows the commencement of construction of DBS Jumeira, Dubai, another Taaleem school which is set to open in September 2024.

DBS Mira and DBS Jumeira are each expected to cater to more than 1,600 students once fully utilised.

Dubai British Schools’ existing campuses in Emirates Hills and Jumeirah Park already cater to more than 3,000 students. 

Alan Williamson, Chief Executive Officer at Taaleem says, “Our decision to introduce DBS Mira, which will accommodate more than 1,600 students at full utilisation, further emphasises our dedication to our growth strategy.

“DBS Mira will enhance enrollment and resource optimisation across our premium and partnership schools’ network, extends our premium schools’ portfolio in the UAE and offers new communities the opportunity to access values-based world-class education at an affordable price point. By prudently and strategically employing the capital raised from the IPO to expedite growth, Taaleem remains committed to delivering attractive returns and capturing additional profitable long-term growth to maximise value for our shareholders.”

Sam Truman, Chief Operating Officer at Taaleem adds, “We’re seeing overwhelming demand for enrolment across our premium schools’ network, most notably our Dubai British School campuses in Emirates Hills and Jumeirah Park. We’re incredibly proud to have built such an attractive offering in the Dubai British Schools brand and a reputation for delivering great outcomes for students, their families and our wider communities, which will continue with DBS Jumeira and now with DBS Mira.”

DBS Mira will initially cater to students aged between three and 11 in Early Years Foundation Stage 1 to Year 7, delivering British Curriculum with a strong focus on sustainability and community. Enrolment for DBS Mira is open now, reflecting the significant demand for places in Taaleem’s network of premium schools.

Since its Initial Public Offering (IPO) in 2022, Taaleem has continued to deliver on its growth strategy, including the ramping up of enrolment and utilisation at its existing schools, while also continuing to recruit and train educators. In the six months to February 28, 2023, Taaleem showed year-on-year enrollment growth of 45.9% to 28,503 students and a revenue of Dhs468.6 million (+30.2% YoY).  

Taaleem has also announced an average fee increase of 2.8% for 2023-2024 across its premium schools portfolio in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

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