Join us for our Open Day on 28th Feb 2017

Visit us for a school tour & meet the SLT at our campus in The Greens. Open Day on 28th Feb 2017 at 8am and 5pm. http://bit.ly/2h42aNe  

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Join us for our Open Day

Join us for our Open Day on Sunday 29th Jan 2017. Meet and interact with the SLT and enjoy a tour of our campus at The Greens. http://bit.ly/2jqTRyv  

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Visit Us @Schools and Childcare Show

Visit Fortes Education, a Platinum Exhibitor at the Schools & Childcare Show, as we are ready to answer your questions on a variety of topics such as admissions, curriculum, our PosEd pedagogy, after-school clubs and so much more!   Come along and interact with SLT from Regent International School, Sunmarke School and Jumeirah International Nurseries, ...

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Effective Study Skills that You Need to Know

Every time a person sits down to study, it’s vital to have an organised routine to make the most of the study session. Time is precious, and having everything needed physically and mentally will help students prepare for class. These studying tips can help students achieve their academic goals.   1. Have a Dedicated Study ...

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Season’s Greetings & a Happy New Year

Regent International School wishes you and your family a festive holiday season and a very happy new year.  

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Join us for our Open Day

Join us for our Open Day on the 13th of December at our Greens Community campus. Discover our high impact educational programme for Kindergarten to Year 6 students following the National Curriculum of England. Register today at http://bit.ly/2h42aNe  

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What is ‘Talk for Writing’ and how does it benefit the children of Regent International School?

Talk for Writing is an initiative by Pie Corbett (Educational Writer and Poet) to support children of all ages in their writing. It is a fantastic tool which enables all children to grow as writers by imitating the key language skills they need for a specific topic orally, before they put pen to paper. It ...

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Creativity in the Classroom

Creativity in the classroom can take a variety of different forms. Some have the misconception that this will indicate lots of painting, drawing and art work displayed across the room and a mass of glitter on the ground. However, creativity is so much more than that. The curriculum taught in our school intends to enable ...

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Maths Mastery in Regent International School, Dubai

‘Maths Mastery’ – the latest buzz word that is flying around British Curriculum schools, not only in Dubai, London, but across the world. What is it?   Many people have their own interpretation, but for me as a teacher I take my guidance about what ‘Maths Mastery’ is from the National Centre for Excellence in ...

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Secondary students share their career plans – Abigail Birch, Year 12

I have always had an open mind about my future. As a child the expectancy of my future world changes each week as my mind is ambitious. However, since the beginning of sixth form, I have started to consider my options more seriously. After discovering my passion within the subject of economics I have narrowed ...

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Secondary students share their career plans – Sara Abdelahad, Year 12

Since I started studying Business Studies in Year 10, I’ve been interested in this subject and I  was planning on studying it at university. However, at the start of year 12, when I started studying other subjects like physics and maths in greater depth, I realised that there are other courses that I should consider ...

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Secondary students share their career plans – Avinash Jaswani, Year 13

I would like to pursue my dream of becoming an entrepreneur. The whole idea of being my own boss and working long hours to make it big inspires me. Having heard many ‘rags to riches’ stories from different individuals, I have learned that if one puts their mind on something and work hard enough, anything ...

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Secondary students share their career plans – Justyn Oh, Year 12

Unlike the majority of my classmates in Sixth Form, I am unsure about what kind of job I would like to have in the future. However, I know that the subject of Geography would tie into it somehow. Geography is by far my favorite subject as I like to learn about the physical and human ...

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Ramadan Mubarak

Ramadan is just around the corner, and everyone is really looking forward for it. Regent International School would like to say Ramadan Mubarak to everyone. Ramadan is one of the twelve Arabic months. It is a month which is venerated in the Islamic religion, and it is distinguished from the other months by a number ...

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EXAM STRESS

That time of year is again rapidly approaching for your son/daughter. Exam stress whether in preparation for internal or external exams at school plays large part in every young learners’ psyche. Researchers have uncovered some common explanations for this. It can range from low motivation levels to lack of preparation and planning or high expectation ...

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Life after levels- embracing the change

I have lost count of the number of times I have had discussions with teachers and trainees who have explained that they would like to be more effective assessors. With data driven agendas, an obsessive link between progress, performance related pay and a fixation (at times) with unrealistic targets, it is understandable that there has ...

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Good Schools

We all want our children to attend ‘good’ schools, but how does one define what makes a ‘good’ school?  In the 21st Century there are so many sources of information available about schools at a press of button and reputations can be built and broken through the internet, through social media and a plethora of ...

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5 Ways of Bringing Student Passions to Student Learning

Exciting classes interest students. These classes spark their curiosity. Sometimes, the learning here feels like play. A school may not be able to use these exciting ideas everywhere, but they should be used somewhere. If a school can’t be interested in things that students care about, students will lose interest in caring about school. Curiosity, ...

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Should kids switch off or swot up over the summer holidays?

Many parents dread the long annual summer holidays. In the UAE, that’s two months of no school and, although Dubai’s Private Schools are required to teach 186 calendar days a year (just 4 days less than the UK), does the concentration of holidays all in one go really help? Although many countries summer breaks vary ...

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Could You Get Into Oxford? University Releases Tough Interview Questions

Oxford University is notoriously difficult for getting into, with prospective students being asked to think out of the box by interviewers if they want to win a place at the prestigious institution.   To mark the deadline day for students to apply to study at Oxford, the university has released a set of interview questions ...

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Minecraft-themed lessons are here to help your kids learn to code

Learning to code need never be boring, as the clever creativity ofcode.org’s annual Hour Of Code educational push shows. But this year there’s a new slant to the initiative that could make coding more fun for kids to learn than ever: Minecraft-themed lessons. Minecraft is many things. It’s baffling to non-gamers, addictive to kids of ...

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About Us

Regent International School (RIS) is an established educational institution with a rich history of over thirty years. RIS is an independent, international, K-13 (Kindergarten to Year 13) school in Dubai that follows the National Curriculum of England.

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The Greens, Emirates Living Community
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 4 360 8830
Website: www.risdubai.com
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