Admission Policy

Bright Future Private School is situated in the heart of the Al Jurf 2 Educational District and the only school in the vicinity to offer the National Curriculum of England to students from KG 1 to G6 (ages 4 – 12).

Bright Future accepts all students regardless of their nationality, religion, or race.

1 Curriculum

Bright Future will follow the National Curriculum of England for all students in English, Math, Science, Geography, History, Physical Education, Art and Music. Arabic, Islamic for Muslim students, Social Studies and Moral Education will follow the Ministry of Education Curriculum. French will be taught to enhance the curriculum from Grade 4. This allows Arabic their first language to develop with English the language of instruction.

The school will use a variety of resources that support learning objectives and offer our learners a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum as well as fulfilling the National Curriculum of England.

To maximize the National Curriculum all teachers will be:

  • Native English speakers
  • Well qualified with expertise of teaching EYFS and the UK National Curriculum.
  • Extensive subject knowledge

It is the aim of the school to appoint as many experienced British teachers as possible in order to represent and reflect the curriculum.  However, the school also reserves the right to appoint any other native English-speaking teachers as needed.

English is the medium of instruction in all English medium subjects. Arabic and Islamic studies are mandatory for all Arab students whilst foreign nationalities will register for Arabic as a second language, Islamic in English and Social Studies in English for non-Muslim students

French will be offered as an additional language.

2 Enrollment

For enrollment BFPS follow the criteria listed below.

  • Students transferring from other schools
  • Students achieving high results in the entrance exams
  • Students having siblings in school (future)
  • Students with relatives in school

Please note this will be on the basis of a first come first served policy. The school management reserves the right to place students as they see fit in order to ensure an equal mix of gender, nationality, religion and age.

Parents interested in having their children join Bright Future School are welcome to visit our school website for a virtual tour of the school.

Students registering for KG1 to G2 will need to schedule an interview. All other students from G3 – G6 will complete an entrance exam. Final acceptance will be based on interview/test results and the availability of seats.

The academic year will begin in September and ends in June. Admission depends on the availability of places and age of the child. Please follow the ministry age guidelines for entry into the respective Grade.

THE AGE CRITERIA FOR 2021-2022 AS PER the Ministerial Resolution No. (24) for 2021 , regarding updating the date of calculating the age of acceptance of students in public and private schools which academic year starts by September .

GRADE MINIMUM AGE STUDENTS BORN FROM TO AGE
PRE-KG301-09-201731-08-20183
KG 1401-09-201631-08-20174
KG 2501-09-201531-08-20165
GRADE 1601-09-201331-08-20156 - 8

3 Admission documents and COVID 19

The following documents are required when applying:

  • Copy of student’s passport, visa and Emirates ID
  • Copy of birth certificate
  • Copy of vaccination book
  • Covid-19 health declaration form (required by MoE)
  • Photographs: 8 copies
  • Copy of sponsor’s passport, visa, and Emirates ID
  • Report card of last school attended (where applicable)
  • Original transfer certificate (where applicable)

Parents should complete the medical form and provide the school with all medical related and/or educational reports upon registration to the school. All student data will remain confidential.

Please note that all Transfer Certificates should be stamped by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of the UAE in that country. We will retain the original transfer certificate. In all cases, the school certificates and other documentation should be in either Arabic or English. If another language is used, it must be legally translated and authenticated as with other documentation.