Hartland International School provides an enriched education through the National Curriculum for England, empowering young minds to think creatively, problem solve and to exceed expectations. Modelled on the richness of the best international approach to education, our school unlocks potential, nurtures talent and realises dreams.
We combine a unique blend of academic challenge, enrichment opportunities and pastoral support to target excellence and create a values-based community of teachers, children and parents. This rich combination, we call “The Hartland Way”, the bedrock of our strong values-driven education
Hartland is rated as a “Very Good” School with many “Outstanding” features during the DSIB Inspection of 2019-20.
Hartland International School deliver a traditional values-driven British education, combined with the richness of international approaches in education, which is purposefully structured to meet the needs of the 21st Century learner. Our students’ personal and social development is key to their success, coupled with a supportive but challenging curriculum. We are a learning community where we celebrate individualism, embrace diversity and encourage our children to explore the world of infinite opportunities. With a mission to provide a holistic international education, our ambition is to empower young minds to discover their talents, pursue their passions, exceed expectations, and realise dreams so as to make a positive impact in the world.
I have never went here but in the social media i have heard about this school........But i have a question that "Is there any cricket coaching"?? I want to know about it and want to learn and is it open in now days??
I like the school and have got to see around it a few times since i came to see Diverse performance and did Sylvia Young Drama School here for four days. It's a well maintained building with clean classrooms. It's very hard to approach because it's in [goodness knows what] and [goodness knows what] is in the middle of nowhere, within miles and miles of sand and dust -- some more experienced offroad drivers had to assist other people who weren't as good with driving in sand and those who had no clue where on Planet Neptune the school building was hiding. Kindly staff. But my complaint is it's more a hotel than a school, and i dont like it. A school, from my perspective, is a building with classrooms inside, a playing field, basketball pitch, auditorium and reception. However, i dont like how a majority of schools in the UAE try to show off with fancy design. I'd rather good education than fancy designs and light fixtures and auditoriums and fields and whatnot. This i'm not in love with the idea of, and i think they need to stop with their boastful ways. There aren't NEARLY enough parking spots for the thousands of people who visit the school everyday, and they need more. It really kills me to think why they have SOOOOOOO much room around it and they don't do something about the parking. I saw work-vehicles and lots of them in and around [goodness knows what], but surely whatever it is they are building doesn't need what, half of Dubai's remaining land to build! As i do not attend this school, i'm not really bothered about what happens to it, but i definetely think it is one point to work on. The classrooms are less fancy and they have all the necessary equipment. I imagine it has good education. There's cafeteria with insanely priced goods, so perhaps something could be done about that too, though I still like the school.
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