1. Dr P A Ibrahim Haji, Chairman PACE Group
2. Mr Ahmed Ibrahim Mohammed Al Hammadi, UAE Writer, Chairman Unipex International, Dubai, UAE.
3. Mr Graham Howell, Principal, PACE Modern British School, Dubai
PACE Group- Overview
PACE Group is a network of 18 Educational institutions spread over India, UAE and Kuwait. Established under the leadership of renowned industrialist and educationist, Dr. P.A. Ibrahim, the group was founded as PA Educational Trust in the year 1999. To this day PACE remains true to its roots and is dedicated to offering an effective learning environment that encourages excellence and diversity.
PACE Group currently manages 18 Educational institutions catering to over 23,000 students from 25 nationalities, with over 2300 teaching staff and non-teaching staff. The group operates schools for students from FS1 to Year 13 in British Curriculum as well as CBSE Indian Curriculum. PACE Group is focused on providing World- class Educational facilities to students at an affordable fee structure. It also manages several Higher Education institutions in India, serving to Engineering, Management, Polytechnic, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy and Arts & Science students. In addition to overseeing the University of West London, UK- Branch Campus at RAK, UAE.
Education is not meant for acquiring knowledge and information alone but translate them into action and activities for the convenience of man and human race as a whole.
- Dr. P.A. Ibrahim Haji Chairman - PACE Group
About PACE Modern British School
PACE Modern British School (PMBS) is located in Rashidiya on an established site having undergone extensive renovations to create a world class educational environment. PMBS is the 3rd British Curriculum school operated by the Group in UAE. PMBS provides British Education with an affordable fee structure in a state of the art campus which can accommodate nearly 2000 students. The school currently offers the EYFS and Primary curriculum for England & Wales and follows the applicable curriculum standards as specified by the UK Government’s Department for Education. The curriculum is delivered within the context of the UAE National Agenda and includes Arabic, Islamic Studies, Social Studies and Moral Education for both Arabs and Non-Arabs in accordance with federal laws.
The teachers at PMBS are native English speakers hailing from the UK, Europe and South Africa. They are internationally qualified and experienced in their respective specialisms, with extensive knowledge of delivering the UK curriculum. We have a diverse set of skills with a common aim of providing the very best educational experiences befitting the whole community.
The facilities offered at PMBS are of the highest standards providing the finest quality learning environments. The students will gain extensive opportunities to hone their skills using the facilities at the school, such as the Robotics, STEM labs, sports grounds, innovative learning centres and Creative Activity rooms.
Modern teaching methods are utilised throughout the school to ensure that students can explore, question, reason, analyze and present their arguments to enable them to positively challenge real world problems. PMBS embraces the use of technology in the classroom through more specialized focus areas such as Robotics and STEM based education.
The outdoor environments utilise learner friendly spaces and are key parts of our extended curriculum provision. Disciplines include football, volleyball, badminton and basketball along with a myriad of indoor games. The sports curriculum aims to foster excellence and develop key life skills such as team work, communication and leadership. Our activities programme will be expanded over the coming term to include other aspects of interest and learning including drama and arts.
Technology Partnership with Hewlett Packard
PMBS has recently entered into a Technology Partnership with Hewlett Packard (HP), providing complete converged solution to deliver superior teaching and learning experiences. The school has committed itself to ensure that its teachers and students have uninterrupted access to high-definition video content, access to the school’s central learning management portal, and access to the Internet for learning support material and seamless connectivity.
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