GEMS Heritage Indian School
GEMS Heritage Indian School is a CBSE Curriculum School for children from Kindergarten to Grade 10 located in Dubailand next to the IMG World of Adventures Park and Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road.
STEAM is integrated into the curriculum by GEMS Heritage Indian School which increases the opportunities and rigor of collaboration, promotes critical thinking, and enhances student performance and personal growth. In addition, it helps shape every student’s skills and abilities. The school employs highly skilled and dedicated professionals who are committed to the holistic development of students and help them identify their skills and mold their potentials. GEMS Heritage Indian School offers continuous professional development for its staff. The school ensures a lifelong love for learning in students by providing them a supportive, engaging, safe, and secure environment. GEMS Heritage Indian School provides an inclusive education that genuinely focuses on students and is primarily intended for Asian students. Parents, students, and staff work together to create a happy, fun-filled, positive, and nurturing environment.
Technology and innovation form an integral part of the curriculum, in order to provide students with the necessary skills to prepare them for becoming global citizens and leaders in their respective domains. In conjunction with academics, Heritage students are given opportunities to explore their potential and talents through after-school programs where training is given by professionals in performing arts, sport, and robotics.
GEMS Heritage Indian School offers state-of-the-art facilities throughout the campus for sports, performing arts, and science and technology. The school has spacious classrooms integrated with interactive whiteboards, e-resources, and internet connectivity. Sports facilities at Heritage are incomparable and focus on youth sports development. The world-class cricket facilities include 3 international-size turf pitches with floodlights, Ample spectator area, VIP spectator lounge, Bowling machines, live-stream screen, International-grade cricket pavilions, Full cricket gear for all ages, 21 cricket nets, PITCHVISION ONE - Green screen training facility, and an upcoming Cricket museum. Some of the other sports facilities are football grounds, 2 Tennis courts, 2 Volleyball courts, a sports hall for badminton, basketball, and other indoor sports. Performing Arts is part of the curriculum from Grade 1 to 5 and GEMS Heritage Indian School has partnered with the Malhaar Centre for Performing Arts to offer professional training for children.
The school follows the EYFS program for Kindergarten students which focus on the seven basic areas of learning. The primary school enables students to achieve their academic potential and study English, Mathematics, Arabic, Islamic/Moral Education, Environment studies, Language, and Computer science along with the UAE Ministry of Education curriculum for social studies. In middle school, students follow STEAM, explore and investigate global issues, promote problem-solving and critical-thinking abilities.
GEMS Heritage Indian School offers a wide range of extracurricular activities which include Cricket, Reading Club, Drama, Choir, Basketball, Robotics, Badminton, Football, Karate, Art Club, Dance, Fitness Club, Gymnastics, Ballet, Chess Club and Performing Arts.
To begin with, the admission process, fill up the online application form available on the school website with all relevant details which will be reviewed by the admissions team and will then notify parents by phone or email on availability of vacancy for the respective grade and discuss the next step to proceed. All applicants at GEMS Heritage Indian School might require undertaking an assessment based on their previous school performance which will be evaluated by staff in the school.
Sunday 7:30am - 1:50pm
Monday 7:30am - 1:50pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 1:50pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 1:50pm
Thursday 7:30am - 1:50pm
Extra Curricular Activities
- Book Club
- Debate Club
- Eco Club
Ms. Anjuli Murthy