Kirsten Gray, a Grade 11 student at GEMS FirstPoint School — The Villa started volunteering as part of […]
Anagha Rajesh, a Grade 12 student at Our own English High School, Sharjah — Girls, talks us through her journey to be selected for the ‘1000 girls, 1000 futures’ programme.
We chat to Marilyn Pinto, Founder & Managing Director, Kids Finance Initiative, about why teaching children financial literacy is crucial.
There’s still time for students to enrol in a host of study courses, activities, experiences, and other opportunities across the world.
We chat to Justin Raphael, a Grade 12 student at The Westminster School — Dubai, about his recent experience at the Model United Nations conference.
Jean-Paul Brummer, a student in Grade 10 at, GEMS FirstPoint School — The Villa, tells us about his […]
Five Cambridge International School — Dubai students showcased their inventions at an event held under the patronage of Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation for Distinguished Academic Performance.
Meet this year’s winners of the GEMS Innovation Awards, which recognise young geniuses, inventors and entrepreneurs.
His Excellency Dr Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi plants seedlings with students from GEMS World Academy to set […]
The first project by GEMS Education’s GREEN GEMS initiative was to phase out 500ml plastic bottles by the end of March from all its offices and schools within the UAE by the end of May 2019.
The school building uses TermoDeck technology for its structure, which cuts energy consumption by 30-50% and AC capacity by up to 50%.
Nadine Artuhavana discusses how a chance encounter with a fellow student at Belarus Minsk Conservatory sparked her love of teaching and how she tries to encourage the same level of enthusiasm for music in her students.
Matthew Richards of Jumeirah College recently represented the UAE at the Asia Rugby Championships.
Ultimate Athletics UAE celebrates two of its star performers who are headed to Sweden’s Gothenburg World Youth Games.
From a young 11-year-old, Minjae Kang has worked to become a force on the basketball court, turning down a scholarship to pursue playing in his dream country.