Jo Jobling, Chief GirlBoss at Jo Cole Photography, gives solid advice for students who want to become photographers, whether they want to study it formally or pick up a camera and learn on the go.
More than 480 athletes from 15 schools flocked to GEMS Wellington Academy — Silicon Oasis for the third annual GEMS Netball Cup.
Sainath Manikandan is using all the tools at his disposal to create urgent awareness about changes humans must make to save the environment.
Sahiba Sadana from VRXOne in conjunction with The Winchester School — Jebel Ali discusses how educators can deploy the best learning practices, predominantly with the help of AI, to ensure every child gets an excellent education.
Varun Kumar, a Grade 10 student at The Millennium School — Al Qusais has found a way to focus on his cricketing goals while utilising the Rahhal online study programme.
Imogen O’Connor is a Year 8 student at Jumeirah College, Dubai, and a keen musician who plays the piano, oboe and recorder to a high standard. Some of her greatest musical successes this academic year have been on the recorder — an unusual instrument for students to master to such a high standard.
Beulah Pinto, the senior winner of GEMS Education’s Best of the Best singing competition, discusses her passion for singing and how she cannot picture doing anything else.
Geeta Mannan Sharma, Learning Support Assistant at GEMS Modern Academy, shares her experience of the inaugural GEMS Determination […]
Ruchita Raghunath, a student at GEMS Wellington Academy — Silicon Oasis, discusses her journey from application to receiving her conditional offer to attend the University of Oxford.
Safety walks allow key stakeholders in the school to identify potential risks and to address them as quickly as possible, according to Paul Slater, Vice President — Health, Safety and Environment at GEMS Education.
Although she has only been with the academy for three years, 14-year-old Lucia Gutierrez is well on her way to establishing a career in dance.
Most people take thinking for granted, but there are real skills behind the process – skills that can be developed and taught. Dr Issam T Abu Zaid, HR Consultant – Strategic Talent Management at Saudi-based Ma’aden, explains.
Mario Guraieb Mantecon discusses his decision to take a risk by raising his hand to ask the Virgin Radio team for an internship and why more young people should put themselves out there as well.
We chat to Tamara Clarke, author of The Super Surfer, a book dedicated to internet safety for kids, who discusses the issue of regulating screen time for children as well as suggestions for parents to do so.
With 80% of all new jobs created in the next decade being in STEM fields, and with a growing requirement for many professions to have some practical STEM knowledge, Premier Genie provides a platform bridging the gap between theoretical and hands-on learning via in-school and after-school programmes.