Bloom in JV with Brighton College

ABU DHABI - Bloom, the community-oriented property developer based in Abu Dhabi, has announced partnership with Brighton College, the school with “The best A-level grades of any co-educational school in England” in 2008, according to Daily Telegraph.

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Published: Sun 22 Mar 2009, 12:16 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 10:42 PM

The London Times ranked Brighton College as a top of the range school and credits its success to a sound balance between academic and extra-curricular activities, which are the requirements of a first-class education. Graduating Brighton pupils are regularly offered places at prestigious universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.

Committed to bringing social infrastructure to its developments, bloom hinted towards this strategic partnership at its Treble Sports JV announcement, when it mentioned that sports and cultural entertainment was just the tip of the iceberg to its larger scale mission for a unique lifestyle in Abu Dhabi.

Dr. Hani Shammah, CEO, Bloom remarked, “Brighton College possesses all the unique and competitive qualities in an educational institution that bloom believes will play its role in delivering the lifestyle choice that so many families seek when relocating to this progressive and stable capital city.”

Lord Robert Skidelsky, member of the House of Lords and Chairman of the Brighton College board of governors, noted, “This initiative is a wonderful opportunity and has been much anticipated by everyone at Brighton College. It is further evidence of the forward-thinking ethos of an institution recognised as one of England’s top schools.” Hani Raydan, GM Bloom Ventures, acknowledged that “ Brighton College is one of the few elite schools in the UK that not only kept its strong British Heritage and past success alive, it also continued to outperform competition until this day.” Today it is regarded as, “One of the most forward-looking schools in Europe,” as per Le Monde France.

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