SCHOOLS - AL AIN

Old Apr 1st 2008, 5:20 pm
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Does anyone have any experience or views on weekly boarding teenage children in DBX or AD whilst living in Al Ain? I have heard that there are 'issues' with the senior schooling in Al Ain, whilst the junior element has nothing but rave reviews. Would appreciate any advice.
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Does anyone have any experience or views on weekly boarding teenage children in DBX or AD whilst living in Al Ain? I have heard that there are 'issues' with the senior schooling in Al Ain, whilst the junior element has nothing but rave reviews. Would appreciate any advice.
there are no boarding schools in Dubai, apart from Repton but they aren't taking boarders yet. Give AESS a chance though first
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Old Apr 2nd 2008, 3:33 pm
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I just replied to you in another thread!
I have heard that some folk are none too pleased with the senior element and have taken their children out of the AAESS. It is so difficult trying to do this from afar, but I am not keen on spending too long unaccompanied, so want to get as far along the road as possible before I arrive in UAE. I take your point about the school, and in truth there is only one individual who has taken children out. Thanks
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