Young, aspiring soccer players recently had the chance to attend training in Turin, home of Juventus Football Club.
Talented track and field athletes captivate at the third GEMS Athletics Cup.
Students from across the GEMS Education network put on a sterling performance at the second GEMS Cricket Cup.
Vocalist Boglarka Kurucz, a 13-year-old student at Wellington Academy — Silicon Oasis (WSO), discusses winning the GEMS Young Musician of the Year Award, performing on the QE2, and singing with Hugh Jackman.
Peter Tabichi, a maths and science teacher at Keriko Mixed Day Secondary School in Pwani Village, Nakuru, Kenya, […]
Three GEMS Education schools achieved a ‘Good’ rating for their first DSIB inspection and we look at what that means for parents.
Eric Jamieson, Chief Education Officer — Egypt and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at GEMS Education, discusses his belief that education, and what it offers students, can be so much more than it currently is.
We hear from four IB and British curriculum teachers on what students should consider when choosing their electives for senior school.
Sarah Jackson, Head of Art at Jumeirah College Dubai, recently exhibited her work at World Art Dubai. Here, she discusses the importance of letting her students witness the artistic process.
Fatima Martin, Principal at GEMS New Millennium School — Al Khail, shares her knowledge and insights gained from 24 years’ experience working as an educator in the UAE.
Building on the success and legacy of the Cambridge Schools in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the first Cambridge School in Sharjah is backed by the brand’s reputation for excellence and promises a top-quality British education.
We hear from three teachers as they address some of the issues concerning parents looking for the right early years school for their children, as well what parents should look out for and the questions they should ask.
The northernmost emirate of the UAE offers a wealth of activities unique to the region, that will enrich any traveller’s experience and offer expatriates something new.
A new sporting academy in Dubai is bringing together athletes and Olympians in a bid to inspire the next generation of track and field stars.
Sanika Gurav discusses how playing badminton started as a hobby, but with the right level of coaching, she has started approaching competitions with single-minded determination while collecting gold along the way.