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We’re hot in the UAE

In just a short time, we’ve welcomed over 40 British UAE schools into the Classroom Monitor fold. We’re out there a couple of times each term, building up our expertise in the local curriculum, data and school inspection criteria that these schools must meet.

Word of mouth between schools has been the main source of growth for the Classroom Monitor community in the UAE.

Here’s why UAE schools recommend us to their colleagues

“The team’s flexibility to make a bespoke system to meet the needs of our school is one of the key reasons we use Classroom Monitor. Their work on adding elements linked to the National Agenda is second to none, this includes the Moral Education curriculum.” Deira International School

“I can confidently recommend Classroom Monitor without reservation. The team has been proactive and supportive in modifying the system for the UAE. They have changed the language it uses so it’s in line with the Inspection Framework. They’ve also added the curriculum objectives for Arabic B, UAE Social Studies and the new Moral Education.” Dubai British School, Jumeira Park

Bespoke to both British and US International Schools

We’re now really pleased to announce that American schools in the UAE can also enjoy the full benefits of Classroom Monitor. It now features the AERO Common Core standards, which are designed to promote curriculum consistency across grades, and curriculum stability in US schools overseas.

Whether you’re part of a British or American school in the UAE, Classroom Monitor shares your goal of improving learning outcomes. We do this by offering a full package that goes beyond pupil progress tracking. Not only does Classroom Monitor create inspection-ready data reports for ADEC and KHDA. It also helps to improve the quality of teaching and learning by making sure students can be assessed effectively against the entire curriculum – no matter how localised, or how detailed.

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