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Al Sahaba Private School in Abu Dhabi

School name Al Sahaba Private School
Type of institute private K-10 school
Curriculum or Student Nationality Arabic, UAE, Islamic
Qualifications or Courses MOE
Head of school
Executive body or owner
Date founded
Number of students (approx) 250
Number of staff (approx)
School area, location map Al Dhafra, Al Dhafrah
Postal address PO Box 4891, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Telephone Closed Jul 2010
Fax +971-2-6420161
Email
Website
School fees structure
Teacher salary range see general comments
Student satisfaction rating
3 stars from 1 vote.
Parent satisfaction rating
1 star from 1 vote.
Teacher job satisfaction rating
(by teachers, not about teachers)
Not Rated from 0 votes.

Al Sahaba Private School admissions, reviews, notes

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Al Sahaba Private School & KG Abu Dhabi (ASPS, ASSAD) tuition fees and information

Not to be confused with Al Sahab Kindergarten in Ghayathi township, Western Region (Al Gharbia) of Abu Dhabi, a public co-ed KG1-KG2 school.

  • Admission, registration, tuition fees information not supplied.
  • Location: Shabia Powerhouse area, downtown Abu Dhabi. Al Dhafra, Al Dhafrah (GM)?
12 August 2010 - ASPS closed
  • ADEC announced that Al Shahaba school was one of several which had closed in July 2010 as instructed. ASPS students could transfer to the new Universal Future Education Academy (UFE Academy), an MOE curriculum school which opened in Baniyas City.
  • Tel number +971-2-6421232 removed from table.
12 May 2010 review
  • Al Sahaba Private School reopened after a brief closure in early May 2010 when the principal disappeared, after the Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) ordered the school to be closed due to substandard facilities. An approximate timeline of events is as follows:
    • 09 May 2010 - ASPS reopens after closure or suspension, with ADEC assisting with school operations. An ADEZ advisor has taken up the position of Acting Principal in the interim. Information from press release 12 May 2010.
    • 07-08 May 2010 - ADEC Engineering Department arranges people to carry out urgently needed maintenance on the school property "These works included conducting air conditioning repairs, repainting the school building, fixing windows, renovating classroom tiles and replacing hazardous electrical generators," according to comments from H.E. Dr. Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili, Director General of ADEC.
    • 07 May 2010 - Gulf News reports that the Al Sahabah School Principal left suddenly resulting in ADEC ordering the school to close on Wednesday 05 May 2010, but that it would reopen on 09 May 2010.
    • 05 May 2010 - press release from ADEC said the school was closed as a result of the chaos due to the absence of the school administration, but would reopen on 09 May 2010 after the ADEC Engineering Department carried out urgent maintenance work. ADEC said they would form a committee to run the school temporarily.
    • 05 May 2010 - the Gulf News newspaper reports that ADEC was allowing Al Sahabah School to continue operations after some issues prompting the closure notification had been resolved.
    • 19 April 2010 - Khaleej Times reports that AlSahaba School is one of six in Abu Dhabi ordered to close by the Municipality by 30 June 2010.
  • Al Sahaba Private School and Kindergarten is boys only? Or boys and girls are segregated after kindergarten?
  • Al Sahaba Private School is one of the six villa schools to be closed by the end of the 2009-2010 academic year (30 June 2010) due to serious health and safety violations according to a decision issued by the Municipality of Abu Dhabi City.

 

Last update 05 January 2015
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