Frequently Asked Questions
Delhi Private School RAK has adopted the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) curriculum that is enhanced to meet the challenging demands of the competitive international environment as well as the Vision of the UAE.
We hire trained and qualified practitioners who are leaders in the field. The majority of our teachers are Indian, although there is a mix of nationalities represented in the teaching cohort.
- The school employs a full-time nurse and a part-time doctor. The school’s nurse’s responsibilities include:
- Providing acute, chronic and emergency care;
- Assessing student health status and performing health appraisals;
- Educating students to promote health and safety;
- Identifying problems, making referrals and administering medicines.
If your child is unable to attend school, please contact the school office before the start of the school day to inform your class teacher that he/she will be absent. You can also email your child’s class teacher directly.
We provide a highly efficient and safe bus service within Ras Al Khaimah.
The building design makes use of natural light to create the optimum learning environment for our students. Delhi Private School RAK boasts of state-of-the-art facilities that are purpose-built and equipped to the highest standards. The facilities cater to the multifarious demands of the modern education system. To ensure the overall development of students, these are the academic and non-academic facilities offered by the school:
- Over 500,000 Square Feet of Campus
- Multipurpose Halls
- Capacity to accommodate 1800 Students
- Elevator and Ramps
- Prayer Rooms
- Transport Facility
- Books and Uniform Store
- Football Field
- Cricket Field
- Swimming Pools
- Story Corners
- Play Areas
- Activity and Performing Arts Rooms
- Dance Rooms
- Music Rooms
- Art Rooms
- Smart Classrooms
- Computer Labs
- STEAM and Robotics Lab
- Composite Lab
- Special Education Cells
- Learning Stations and Reading Corners
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DPS RAK has a well-developed co-curricular programme that fosters leadership, resilience, empathy and responsibility. The school offers a structured sport education that encourages healthy competition, character building and physical stamina. Specialised coaching is provided in several sports such as football, cricket, badminton, swimming and tennis. The school has a large variety of clubs such as the Performing Arts (Dance and Drama) Club, Music Club, Chess Club, Quiz Club and Environmental Awareness Club to encourage students to hone their interests and talent.
08:00 AM to 02:00 PM
Hindi, French and Arabic are the languages offered apart from English.
For KG I and KG II, the standard number is 25 students per class.
From Grade I onwards, the standard number is 30 students per class.
As per the MOE directives, the age criteria for admission is as follows:
|Grade||Age||Cut off by MOE|
|KG1||4 years||31 March of the academic year applying for|
|KG2||5 years||31 March of the academic year applying for|
|Grade 1||6 years||31 March of the academic year applying for|
Not as of now.
We do not have a school canteen. Our students bring their own lunch boxes. However, food containing pork, nuts and fizzy drinks are not allowed. Our Health and Safety Leaders regularly speak to students about the importance of eating healthy.
Taking into account the age and interests of the children and the curriculum being covered, tours are periodically arranged by the school to expose students to an enriching environment where they can observe, investigate and relate their findings to everyday life.
Co-curricular activities go hand in hand with academics at Delhi Private School Dubai to develop wholesome personality rich in values, culture, and tolerance, along with robust physical and mental capabilities. The comprehensive approach to education is reflected in the co-curricular program of sports, games, debates, quizzes as well as artistic pursuits and community service
May be. Shall inform as we move on.
The assessment is divided into two parts – Formative Assessment and Summative Assessment.
Formative Assessment, largely followed by the Primary, includes checking students’ progress in knowledge, skills, understanding and the application of learnt concepts. Summative assessment is used to identify learning gaps and misconceptions that need to be rectified for future learning.
Yes it is mandatory for all Muslim Students
Homework schedules are shared on the CLP (Comprehensive Learning Platform).