Frequently Asked Questions
The following are frequently asked questions by prospective parents seeking admission at Pristine Private School:
The school is a diverse multicultural environment which is home to students and faculty from over 45 nationalities
Since the academic year 2012-2013, the school has maintained a consistent overall Good rating from the Dubai School Inspection Bureau.
The School Academic Year typically commences in the month of September and concludes at end of June.
Homework helps children develop time management skills and provides them an opportunity to review class material. Homework is prepared and issued at an appropriate level and the nature and amount varies in each year group.
|FS1 – FS2
|7:30 am – 12:00 pm
|Year 1 – Year 13
|7:30 am – 2:00 pm
The Foundation Stage students have a flexible break timings and all school students have a timetabled 20 minutes break. Students from the Foundation Stage till Year 2 take supervised breaks inside their respective classrooms. Students from Year 3 onwards have free access to the outdoor play grounds and the school canteen.
School uniform helps create an ethos of sharing and pride in the school and all students are required to wear the school uniform on all regular school days and while representing the school at outside events. Students are required to wear the PE uniform during their Physical Education classes and events.
Uniforms and school accessories can be purchased from the school store.
For more details, on the school uniform you may refer to the Uniform Policy.
To maintain the standards and access to the curriculum, the school ensures that a maximum of 25 students are placed each Early Years class and a maximum of 26 in all other year groups.
To provide additional support to the young learners teaching assistants are provided in the early years and are weaned off by the end of Key Stage 1 to help students transition into independent learning styles.
Our school does not offer this After School Care Facility.
Yes. Pristine Private School is Co-Education school though in some secondary classes boys and girls may have separate classes.