Primary School | Best Primary School in Dubai | Regent International School | British Curriculum
A Curriculum Strong in Academic Rigour and Personal Development

In Primary School, we use our ‘Positive Education’ ethos to develop skills for academics and personal achievement, as well as wellbeing, happiness, and character development.


The building blocks of each child’s journey are underpinned by experiential and differentiated learning, investigative work, and real-life experiences, reinforced through their wellbeing and development of unique character strengths.

We encourage children to think out of the box and challenge convention, developing their self-esteem, harnessing their leadership and teamwork skills, and inculcating values of self-discipline, citizenship, respect and humility.

Through Regent’s leading-edge STEAM & Design Thinking programme and project-based learning pedagogy, children become comfortable with computers and iPads, electronic and programmable toys, and educational software.

They develop real-world skills and traits that help them shine  — ideating and problem-solving, creating and publishing videos, creating algorithms and coding solutions to simple problems.

Regent also has a rich tradition in competitive Sports, Physical Education and a range of extracurricular activities. Our Environment & Sustainability programme helps children become environmental changemakers while our Performing Arts, Media & Communication programme stages enthralling productions.

Initiatives like our ‘Regent Reporters’, online newspapers and podcasts, encourage young learners to become thinkers, public speakers and communicators. Powered by our other Signature Programmes like Financial Literacy & Entrepreneurship, Careers Rising and more, Regent students receive an education that is deeply stimulating, challenging and inspiring.

Outside the Classroom

Students visit places of interest linked to topics studied in each term and make presentations to their peers on their experiences and findings thereby building their presentation and public-speaking skills.

Skill Development

Students participate in diverse co-curricular, sport and enrichment activities, which develop their skills and interests, and shape their personalities in subjects other than those taught in the classrooms.

Easy Transition

As students transition from Key Stage 1 (Year 1 & 2) to Key Stage 2 (Year 3 to 6), they are exposed to more specialised resources and teaching methodologies and programmes.

My child is really happy at Regent.

He knows this is a safe and fun environment, his feels loved and nourished,

and his mental wellbeing always comes first.

Liudmila Oberfeld, Regent Parent

My kids love the school! Teachers and staff are approachable,

friendly, and ready to listen to our concerns and

always address our children's individual needs! Highly recommended!

Nagham Ezzeddine, Regent Parent

Each day at the school has been amazing for my daughter.

She loves learning new things and

Regent provides the right opportunities for her.

Nazish Khan, Regent Parent

It was an honour to have enriching interactions with the students and nurturers of Regent on their unique platform,

Think & Thrive. I was impressed by the students’ perceptive and mature observations and questions.

Suparna Menon, Partner MEA, IBM iX, Guest Speaker

Possibilities are infinite at Regent. There are no limits to letting my child's imagination grow.

He has become ambitious in his thinking and outlook, which is great.

Children are encouraged to take chances, try anything and not be afraid.

John Wesley, Regent Parent

Regent is an amazing school with great facilities and an exceptional learning environment for all year groups and ages.

The strong sense of community makes Regent more than just a place to study

Jayden Dowson, Head Boy

Very strong curriculum with rich learning opportunities that has a positive impact on the child's progress.

KHDA Report

The quality of curriculum provided by the school is outstanding.

It is broad and balanced, and enriched by a wide range of extracurricular activities.

A thematic approach is used across the school to develop learning through connections across subjects, context and the pupils’ passions.

BSO Inspection Report


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