Putting community first
Emirates National Schools provides a unique blend of courses in both English and Arabic
Emirates National Schools (ENS) first opened its doors at Mohammed Bin Zayed City in 2002 and has now grown to include five campuses in Mohammed Bin Zayed City, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah.
ENS is an IB world school and one of the world's largest systems of private schools that is authorised at all ENS campuses by the International Baccalaureate Organisation. This is unique because ENS provides both an international curriculum (Common Core) and a national curriculum (UAE) in two languages - English and Arabic, in its IB programmes.
ENS welcomed over 11,800 students across all the campuses in the academic year 2019-2020. Over 1,500 students have graduated since the opening of the school, and are now enrolled in the best local and international colleges in 58 different countries around the world.
Learning through experience
ENS applies an intensive in-class and community activities plan that involves students participating and planning events, which helps them develop a love of volunteering and community work to deepen the understanding the concept of tolerance.
It is here that the students learn and experience tolerance first-hand by celebrating the similarities and differences in cultures, languages and beliefs.
The School believes in learning through exploration and experience that enhances the students' logical skills and deepens their understanding and interaction along with the educational material provided to them as part of the curriculum. To know more, contact 8002008, or visit www.ens.sch.ae.
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