We admit students in line with the KHDA regulations and the Primus Private School admission policy.Enquiries regarding the school can be made via the on line enquiry form which can be accessed through school web site or by contacting the school directly.  The Registrar is available to provide personalized tours and to answer any individual queries regarding admissions.

During this meeting the Registrar will be able to assist parents with the completion of all paperwork concerning registration.  Providing that the registration process is complete and within KHDA cut off dates, places are offered immediately.

Our School's admissions policy considers all children.   Families are welcome to apply regardless of nationality, ethnicity, gender or religion.  Our school is a truly inclusive, international school.

Whenever possible we aim to interview every child and their parents prior to entry and each child must take an age related placement test to ensure that they are ready for the high quality education.

When considering placing a child we consider the information provided by the child, parents, evidence from the previous school (school reports), the placement test and any other information that has been provided.

Parents must first complete the online application form and then bring the relevant documents to school to complete the admission process. Interview and screening test is conducted for PRE KG, KG 1, KG 2 and for Grade 1 and above, admission is granted on the basis of entrance test, subject to availability of seats and submission of his/her original TC from the last school attended. Registration does not guarantee child a place.

Admission will be confirmed subject to approval by the KHDA.No provisional admission will be granted.

Documents required for registration are as follows:

  • 2 copies of your child's passport with visa page.
  • A copy of both parent's / legal guardian's passports with visa page
  • A copy of Emirates ID for child and both parents
  • 6 recent passport photographs
  • Copies of your child's last school report for all children entering Year 1 and above;
  • Transfer certificate: see below;
  • Full details of any special educational needs, individual education plans (IEPs) and any Educational Psychologist's or other therapists reports available. It is essential that all educational history is presented prior to a place being offered;
  • 2 copies of your child's birth certificate (residents of some countries must produce an attested copy);
  • Full details of all vaccinations and immunizations for your child;

Transfer Certificate

Every student is required by the KHDA law to produce a transfer certificate from their last school. This is strictly enforced and failure to produce a properly completed certificate, or a legally binding undertaking to produce all the necessary documentation, will result in your child's place being withdrawn. Please discuss your child's transfer certificate requirements with the Registrar as your country of origin and last school is taken into consideration.

The Certificate must be on official school letterhead and must contain the following information:

  • Full name of the child
  • Date of enrolment in the school
  • Child's date of birth
  • Date the child left the school
  • Grade / Class on leaving the school
  • School stamp and signature of the Principal
  • Curriculum used

Original Transfer Certificate/ School Leaving Certificate of the school last attended, in English/ Arabic, should be attested as per the guidelines given below:

  • For students coming from Emirates other than Dubai, the Transfer Certificate should be attested by the Ministry of education of that Emirate
  • For students coming from Gulf countries other than Oman, The Transfer Certificate should be attested by the Ministry of Education, The Ministry of Foreign affairs and by the UAE Embassy located in that country.
  • For students coming from Oman, the Transfer certificate should be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the UAE Embassy located in that country.

For students coming from India:

  • The Transfer Certificate should be attested by the Education Officer of the Zone / District / Area, from where the TC has been obtained.
  • For students coming from CBSE/ICSE Boards the certificate should be attested by concerned Regional officers.
  • The Transfer Certificate should be attested by UAE Embassy, Delhi or UAE Consulate Mumbai.
  • The seal and signature of the Education Officer/Regional officer has to be attested by the Indian Consulate in Dubai and Foreign Affairs Ministry in UAE.

Returning students:

For returning students, and according to the Schools Fees Framework, the school will charge upto10% of the total fee amount to be paid within the time frame specified by the school:

  • This amount is non-refundable unless the family has to move outside the Emirate of Dubai before the start of the academic year.
  • The school reserves the right to ask for proof that the family is moving outside the Emirate of Dubai such as an acceptance offer from another school situated outside Dubai.
  • This amount is deductible from the first term of the academic year.

 

New students:

  • For new students, and according to the Schools Fees Framework, the school will charge parents up to 30per cent of the total fee amount to be paid within ten (number of) days of the issuing of the acceptance letter.
  • This amount is non-refundable unless the family has to move outside the Emirate of Dubai before the start of the academic year.
  • This amount is deductible from the first term of the academic year.

Refunds:

  • For students who are withdrawn from the school during the academic year, fee deduction will be applied as per the Schools Fees Framework quoted below:
  • If the student attends school for two weeks or less, one month’s fee will be deducted.
  • If the student attends school for a period ranging between two weeks and one month, two months’ fees will be deducted.
  • If the student attends for more than a month, three months’ fees will be deducted.

 

The school reserves the right to not re-enroll students for the following academic year when fees are repeatedly not paid on time. This will be documented by the school through the issuance of dated warning letters.

 

The school also reserves the right to not issue the concerned student his or her progress report and to refer the issue to the KHDA.