Gems adds a Sharjah school to its network

Gems adds a Sharjah school to its network
The Wesgreen International School has been advancing excellence in education for more than two decades.

Sharjah - The staff and teachers of Wesgreen will also be integrated into the wider Gems network thus benefiting from globally recognised educators through shared best practices.



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Published: Sun 23 Jul 2017, 9:41 PM

Last updated: Mon 24 Jul 2017, 10:28 AM

Gems Education has extended its UAE commitment by adding Wesgreen International School to its network of schools.
Through this partnership, the Gems Education will be able to offer its global expertise and know-how to students, staff and the parent community of this school. Students will also benefit from additional courses, as Gems Education will aim to provide value to their overall experience with more extracurricular activities, access to Gems-wide events, competitions and international university partnerships.
The staff and teachers of Wesgreen will also be integrated into the wider Gems network thus benefiting from globally recognised educators through shared best practices. The Gems parent engagement strategy will further cement the partnership formed with parents, and families can also expect consistent communication from class teachers and the school administration. 
Dino Varkey, chief executive officer of Gems Education, said: "As a proud UAE company, we have dedicated considerable resources to ensuring the highest quality education for children across the nation, and beyond.
"With this addition to our network we are further reinforcing our commitment to the UAE 2021 Vision as well as strengthening our mission of providing quality education within the reach of every child. Gems looks forward to continuing the tradition of excellence at Wesgreen International School," added Varkey.
The Wesgreen International School has been advancing excellence in education for more than two decades. It was founded in 1991 in Sharjah under the inspired leadership of Sheikh Ahmed Mohammed Sultan Al Qassimi, chairman of Al Batha Group, and it has grown to become an institution of academic excellence in the emirate.
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