A guide to the schools in Mushrif

From secondary schools to nursery schools in the popular Abu Dhabi area.

Choosing your child’s school can be a stressful ordeal but that doesn’t have to be the case.

At Yalla UAE, we take you through the best schools to enroll your little ones, no matter which district you live in.

With a vibrant community that is stacked with independent cafes, restaurants and of course, Mushrif Mall, it is easier to understand why expats are attracted to move to the district.

And when it comes to schools, Mushrif has a plethora of options from which to choose.

Here is a guide to the schools in Mushrif.

 

SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MUSHRIF

 

BRITISH SCHOOL AL KHUBAIRAT

 

One of the most established schools in Mushrif and indeed the whole emirate of Abu Dhabi, The British School Al Khubairat (BSAK) has a rich history and tradition of educating international students to the highest standard with many of its alumni going onto some of the best universities in the world. Immersing students in the English Curriculum, the school was awarded Best British School in 2019 and was the first school outside the UK to receive the Carnegie Silver Award for Mental Health. Founded in 1968, the school has maintained close links with the British Royal Family with various family members stopping by on their State Visits to the UAE including current monarch Queen Elizabeth II.

For more information visit britishschool.sch.ae

 

LIWA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

 

Set in the heart of the district, this school in Mushrif offers students a vibrant and holistic international education. Closely following the American Common Core and NGSS standards, pupils of the Liwa International School will be immersed in an environment where intellectual risk taking and a healthy, rounded lifestyle is encouraged.

For more information visit lism.ae

 

THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF CHOUEFAIT – ABU DHABI

 

This school in Mushrif is one of the biggest in Abu Dhabi with some 3,600 students, aged between three and 18-years-old attending its campus throughout the school week. Providing an intense and rigorous curriculum that prepares young people for the world of work, The International School of Chouefait Abu Dhabi is one of the oldest educational institutions in the country having been established in 1978.

For more information visit iscabudhabi.sabis.net

 

NURSERY SCHOOLS IN MUSHRIF

 

REDWOOD MONTESSORI NURSERY – MUSHRIF

 

A nursery school which is familiar to all parents in the UAE and not just Mushrif, Redwood Montessori Nursery is a perfect place from where to start your child’s educational career. With a curriculum that revolves around the development of each child physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively, students will build concentration, coordination, respect and language skills as they take the first steps on their educational journey.

For more information visit theredwoodnursery.com

 

ODYSSEY NURSERY SCHOOL

 

It is said the best time to learn a new language is when you are young and at Odyssey Nursery School children will be exposed to three; Arabic, English and French. Accepting little ones as young as four months, this nursery school in Mushrif follows Washington State Early Learning Developmental Benchmarks while incorporating the globally renowned Reggio Emilia approach.

For more information visit odysseynursery.com

 

BARNEY HOME NURSERY

 

Providing “a second house for your child”, Barney Home Nursery aims to develop your child’s abilities in all fields of growth and learning using behavioural goal strategies and motivational learning to develop intellectual thinking from an early age.

For more information visit barneyhome-nursery.ae

 

LITTLE HAVEN NURSERY

 

Established in 2014, this nursery school in Mushrif offers classes from babies up until FS1. While English is the main language taught at Little Haven Nursery, classes are also tailored for those who speak or wish to learn French or Arabic.

For more information visit littlehavennursery.ae

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