Repton School Abu Dhabi – flying the Skoolbo flag!

Today we are delighted to feature the wonderful students of a British international school. Absolute superstars on Skoolbo, the students of Repton School in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates follow the UK curriculum and we are thrilled to have them on board.

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Those of you who keep a close eye on the leaderboards will have seen that the students of Repton School featured regularly throughout the 2014/15 school year and it looks as though they have similar plans for this new school year as well.

Obviously they have a bit of a head start on English schools who are only just returning this week but what a fabulous beginning to the new term!

ReptonA look at these terrific photographs reveals just how much these students enjoy learning with Skoolbo. It looks as though there’s some lovely peer support taking place as well with more experienced learners taking the younger ones under their wing. What a brilliant way to share great learning!

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…and a ‘well done’ to Repton’s Digital Team from us too!

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It’s wonderful to have these amazing students flying the Skoolbo flag – keep up the great learning!

Repton will grow to become an ‘all-through’ school and currently caters for children from the Foundation Stage to Year 3.

This is how Headmaster Robert Relton describes the school –

“Whilst an international school with a British flavour, Repton school Abu Dhabi is an inclusive school appealing to families from a range of backgrounds. ItĀ is characterised by children who have an appetite for challenge, a genuine love of learning and by those who are prepared to work hard and play hard. The curriculumĀ combines the best of the British system with the dynamism of the UAE. It is supported by an exciting and broad extra-curricular programme taking full advantage of our first rate facilities. In short, we feed a natural curiosity for learning that will equip your child with a solid foundation on which to build their future dreams.”