Dubailand Taleem School
||Dubailand Taleem School
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||private K-12 school
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13 March 2014
Taaleem is opening two new schools near Emirates Hills area (Springs, Meadows, etc), which is not in Dubailand but is sort of nearby:
- Dubai British Foundation preschool for FS1 and FS2 - opening September 2014 in Jumeirah Islands community.
- British curriculum school for Years 1-13 - opening September 2015 in Jumeirah Park community. Location and name not provided.
11 May 2010
- A report dated 11 May 2010 in Arabian Business said that the Taleem Flagship School Campus in Dubailand project had been suspended for the time being due to the economic situation in Dubai according to comments from the Taaleem CEO.
- Originally, the complex had been due to open in 2008.
- A Gulf News report a couple of days earlier, on 08 May 2010, said about Dubai Land that "Other projects under construction include the City of Arabia, Dubai Lifestyle City, Palmarosa, Al Barari and the Taleem Beacon Education project." Perhaps construction stopped on 09 or 10 May 2010 then.
- Cost management to be provided by Faithful+Gould - information provided by them included
- Total built-up area of 153,753m², total project area 2.5 or 2.68 million square feet (both figures seen but 2.68m is according to Dubailand information).
- Facilities to include
- School campuses as previously mentioned from crèche to junior college
- Staff, student, and visitor accommodation
- Indoor and outdoor sport facilities
- Performing arts centre
- Master plan allows for 55,105m² of land for roads, footways and green areas, and 46,452m² for parking located under the campus sports pitches
22 October 2008
- Arabian Business reported that the Taaleem school in Dubailand would be a
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified project. Taaleem would aim for silver status out of the four levels available - certified, silver, gold, platinum.
- Area of project is about 250,000 square meters.
- Planned completion date is September 2009.
- Architect and design firm is Atkins.
- A September 2006 project list from Dubailand also included the following facilities for the Taleem Education City
- Multipurpose Sports Hall
- Youth Hostels
18 August 2008 review
- A report in Business Management ME July 2008 said that "Two schools are due to be built next year, the first being the Dubailand Early Childhood and Primary School.
The second school, in Bahrain, will be the first outside the UAE."
- The report also said "Azzam is also excited about the launch of Taaleem's International Teacher Training Centre in September," presumably meaning Spetember 2008, but didn't specify if it was the planned center for Dubailand. Mr Ziad Azzam is the CEO of Taaleem.
17 April 2005 review
- A press release from Beacon Education announced a new Education Complex and Flagship School would be built in Dubai Land, near Academic City, on an area of about 2.5 million square feet and comprise 5 separate schools as well as the headquarters for Taaleem and Beacon Education. Institutes planned are:
- Early childhood preschool, nursery, and crèche
- Primary/elementary school
- Middle School and Secondary/High School (2 nos)
- Junior College
- Official launch date expected to be 2008 with some parts of the school project to be operational before then.
- Teacher Training Institute also to be developed as part of the Taaleem Education City or Dubailand Education City?
- Shared campus facilities to include amphitheatre, aquarium, auditorium, design and technology workshops, educational farm, planetarium, riding school, student union, and more.
- Total cost about AED 800 million.
Dubailand CEO, Salem Bin Dasmal, said the Dubailand-Taaleem joint venture was a good idea because "Dubailand is all about fun, entertainment, leisure and happiness." That should be comforting to all those students learning trigonometry as they watch the visitors playing on the roller coaster outside the school window. Yippee!
Last update 02 January 2014