Sunmarke School

Sunmarke School

Overview

Sunmarke School offers high-quality education to the children in Dubai and is a part of the Fortes Education Group. This private, co-education school caters to the needs of children aged 3 to 18 years old. Students from all over Dubai can access the school as it is located at the Jumeirah Village Triangle. Sunmarke School also provides bus transportation service for convenience.

The school’s ultra-modern spacious campus with high-end amenities helps provide top-notch education to over 1300 students. The teaching staff of 124 teachers and 16 teaching assistants provides individualistic attention to all students.

By following the Positive Education (PostEd) culture, the school enriches the National Curriculum of the UK to equip students with 21st-century skills. It is the first school in the UAE to offer multiple paths to students at sixth form stage. The school’s effort to maintain a high-quality education is evident in the latest inspection report by KHDA.

Besides academic excellence, the educational institution also attempts to offer an extensive range of extra-curricular activities to support the professional and social development of its students.

Residential Communities near Sunmarke School

Located in the gated community of the Jumeirah Village Triangle, Sunmarke School, Dubai is near various residential communities. Some nearby ones are:

The Springs, a peaceful villa community, is nearest to the school. With beautiful lakes, green landscapes and luxurious villas, it is an ideal community for those looking to live near the school.

Campus of Sunmarke School

Sunmarke Campus sprawls over a large area with buildings on three sides of the campus. The 5-storey modern-day building houses several high-end facilities. The lower storeys of the building are dedicated to young students, while the upper storeys are for secondary and sixth form students.

As a premium-priced school, students of Sunmarke school enjoy high-end school facilities. With a predominant focus on adopting technology, the school has IT-enabled classrooms with Smart TVs and interactive whiteboards. Additionally, students of each phase have access to a separate IT-enabled library media centre with a plethora of educational apps, e-books and other online resources. It also has 4 ICT laboratories, 9 science laboratories, 5 design-focused laboratories for electronics, textiles, resistant materials, robotics and food technology, an activity room for co-curricular activities and a Discovery Centre for foundation stage students.

It also provides exceptional creative facilities to its students. These facilities include a Black Box studio, a professional studio for dancing, 3fine arts labs and a 600-seat auditorium. The sports facilities at school include both indoor and outdoor spaces.

Auditorium at Sunmarke School
Auditorium for extra-curricular activities at Sunmarke School (Image Credit: Sunmarke School Facebook Page)

Other facilities available on this campus are 2 cafeterias (separate for primary and secondary), career centre, an organic garden, sixth form common room, teacher training centre, parents’ association office, medical clinic and prayer rooms.

Location of Sunmarke School

Located near the edge of Jumeirah Village Triangle (JVT), it is near the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road and Al Khail Road. Those looking to visit the school can access it through the aforementioned roads and find it behind the Alliance Football Club near Tennis Court 4.

Why Sunmarke School?

Despite being a newly established school, Sunmarke School has become popular among parents. There are several reasons why parents are inclined to opt for this school.

As a part of Fortes Education, Sunmarke School, Dubai has the support of a well-established educational group with an experience of more than 35 years. Credibility is also added to their teaching staff as they hire experienced staff from their sister school i.e. Regent International School.

Following the National Curriculum of the UK, Sunmarke School implements similar educational standards as some of the top British Schools in Dubai. Likewise, it also competes in terms of the range of subjects offered by top IB Schools in Dubai. However, students have the option of IB education at sixth form stage.

The school offers an exciting educational experience by amalgamating positive education (PostEd) culture with the British educational programme that focuses on improving the students’ wellbeing. With a high level of engagement, optimism and social skills, the students are well-equipped to tackle modern-day challenges.

Sunmarke School further boosts its syllabus by adopting specialised learning methods such as Digital Learning, MultiSmart Learning and STEAMLearning. They expand the scope of their curriculum and help students become inquisitive and life-long learners. All these learning techniques help the school offer a wide range of academic directions at the sixth form stage. Students can select one of the following choices: A-Levels, International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) Career-related Programme (CP). For vocational elements of IB CP, the school uses BTEC courses.

Additionally, Sunmarke houses high-end facilities to support academic and extracurricular activities. They use the resources to offer extra-curricular activities (ECA) programme. With over 60 ECA activities, the educational institution focuses on the all-round development of children.

School Details

COVID-19 Protocols

Sunmarke School JVT collaborated with the Ministry of Education to formulate covid-19 protocols for school re-opening. To ensure a safe environment to students, the following protocols are adopted:

  • Regularly screen the temperature of students and staff at entry points of the school.
  • Maintain a physical distance of at least 1.5 metres as recommended by the health authorities.
  • Limit or suspend group activities to stop the spread of COVID-19. This also involves organising students’ day to avoid a high concentration of students at the campus.
  • Sterilise school building, facilities and frequently touched surfaces with disinfectants.
  • Appoint health-trained professionals to ensure school operations comply with health and safety regulations.
  • Ensure that support and maintenance staff do not enter the school when staff and students are present.

For more information, the school answer frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 protocols.

Years Offered at Sunmarke School

Sunmarke School provides education to children from Foundation Stage to Sixth Form, catering to children aged 3 to 18 years old.

Stage
Grade
Stage
Foundation Stage
Grade
FS1 and FS2
Stage
Primary Section
Grade
Year 1 to Year 6
Stage
Secondary Section
Grade
Year 7 to Year 11
Stage
Sixth Form
Grade
Year 12 and Year 13

The campus also has a well-established nursery, which is a part of Jumeirah International Nurseries.

Sunmarke School Curriculum

Sunmarke School follows the National Curriculum of England. It is enriched with PostEd culture, Digital Learning, STEAM Learning and MultiSmart Learning.

Foundation Stage Curriculum

For Foundation Stage students, the school follows an Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)Framework, which is a popular educational framework for young students. The school focuses on the development of children based on 7 areas of learning that are further split into prime and specific areas of learning. The prime areas of learning are:

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Communication and Language
  • Physical Development

By focusing on the aforementioned areas of learning, the school develops necessary skills among early years’ students to learn specific areas of learning. These areas are:

  • Understanding the World
  • Mathematics
  • Expressive Art and Design
  • Literacy

It is based on play-based activities, where students play and learn simultaneously. Enriched learning plans for EYFS students include after-school activities. Early years’ students are exposed to creative, sports, music and art-related clubs and activities. After completing the foundation years, the students at Sunmarke are ready for primary education.

Early Years' students of Sunmarke School playing and learning simultaneously
Play-based activities for young learners (Image Credit: Sunmarke School Facebook Page)

Primary Curriculum

At primary level, the school’s syllabus includes UK curriculum subjects and UAE statutory subjects. They utilise real-life experiences and thematic concepts to provide the best educational experience to children. This approach helps the children develop strong independence and critical understanding skills. The primary curriculum at Sunmarke revolves around leadership, social responsibility, digital learning and thinking skills.

In KS1, the school introduces students to the more formal learning approach. Whereas in KS2, the formal learning approach is extended to develop confident and competent learners. This results in the development of skills like humility, compassion and respect for others.

The core subjects at primary level are:

These 4 key areas will prep students for the future International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) or General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exams in KS4.

  • Arabic
  • English
  • Islamic
  • Mathematics
  • Science and STEAM
  • Values in Action/Moral Education

The foundation subjects at primary level are:

  • Art and Design
  • Computing
  • Geography
  • History
  • Modern Foreign languages (MFL): French
  • Music
  • Philosophy for Children
  • Physical Education

The school also offers a range of co-curricular and enrichment activities, including sports and physical education, to develop personal interests.

Secondary Curriculum

The secondary education programme is an extension of the National Curriculum of England based on the concepts taught at the primary level. It revolves around digital learning, leadership, thinking skills, social responsibility and global outlook that result in the development of lifelong learners with superior thinking skills.

STEAM education and creative learning programme are the basis of the subjects offered at the secondary level. The school maintains the level of difficulty of the curriculum for all schools to ensure every student has access to the highest quality of education.

From Year 10, students prepare for the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE). The compulsory core subjects offered from Year 9 to Year 11 are:

  • Mathematics and Statics
  • English language and Literature
  • Science (physics, biology and chemistry)
  • Modern Foreign Language (Spanish and French)
  • Design Technology (food nutrition, resistant material, hospitality, graphic products, electronics, A-Level product design and textiles)

Sunmarke School, Dubai also offers a different pathway to secondary students. This includes BTEC Courses (Level 2) from Year 10 onwards. In this stream, students can opt for the following courses:

  • Information Technology
  • Creative Digital Media Production
  • Business Studies

Students are also offered a wide range of physical education and sports opportunities. A rigorous timetable is set for activities including badminton, trampoline, health-related fitness (PE), swimming, table tennis, rounder, athletics and cricket. Students are encouraged to participate in Zumba, martial arts, touch rugby, football, netball, basketball, handball and volleyball. Secondary students are also encouraged to participate in creative and performing arts.

Sixth Form Curriculum

The innovation in the secondary curriculum by introducing BTEC courses results in multiple pathways for students to opt at the Sixth Form level. Like secondary curriculum, the sixth form syllabus for this educational institute is also based on digital learning, leadership, thinking skills, global outlook and social responsibility.

At this stage, students can opt for one of the following options:

A-Level

At Sunmarke School, students can select from a pool of 23 A-Level subjects. They can either opt for 3 to 4 A Level subjects over 2 years (Year 12 and Year 13) or select 1 subject with BTEC Diploma.

  • Art
  • Biology
  • Business Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English Literature
  • French
  • Further Mathematics
  • Geography
  • History
  • IT Computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Media Studies
  • Music
  • PE
  • Physics
  • Product Design
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Theatre Studies
BTEC

BTEC focuses on developing vocational skills that lead to university admissions or job opportunities. The courses available for students are:

  • Travel and Tourism
  • Hospitality
  • Creative Media Production
  • Business Studies
International Baccalaureate

Those opting for International Baccalaureate IB have the option of selecting either the IB Diploma Programme (DP) or IB Career-related Programme (CP).

The courses offered in IBDP are:

  • Biology
  • Business Management
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English Language & Literature
  • Environmental Systems and Societies
  • Film
  • French
  • IT in a Global Society
  • Maths: Analysis & Approaches
  • Maths: Application & Interpretation
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Spanish
  • Visual Arts

Whereas, those opting for IBCP have the following options:

  • Travel and Tourism
  • Creative Media Production
  • Business
  • Hospitality

KHDA Rating

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) is a regulatory body for educational institutes established by the Government of Dubai. Its primary task is to oversee the quality of education provided by the private educational institutes in Dubai. They inspect the schools annually and rates school based on a six-point scale ranging from outstanding to very weak.

KHDA's 6-point scale
KHDA’s rating scale explained

In its latest inspection for the year 2018-19, KHDA rated Sunmarke School, Dubai as Very Good. The school successfully attained the second-highest rating of the KHDA’s scale in its third inspection. Here is a brief history of KHDA rating for this school:

Years
KHDA rating
Years
2016-2018
KHDA rating
Good
Years
2018-2019
KHDA rating
Very Good

KHDA has observed significant improvements in its latest inspection. Following are the positives of the last inspection:

  • KHDA observed very strong learning skills throughout the school, especially in the foundation stage.
  • The school offers outstanding attention in ensuring a nurturing, warm, friendly, safe and healthy environment.
  • The role of leadership of the school’s principal is inspirational. This has resulted in teachers and school staff idolising the school’s principal as a role model.
  • KHDA observed a commendable sense of social and personal responsibility and positive work attitude.
  • The lower educational level curriculum is innovative with elements such as critical thinking, enquiry, enterprise and creativity.

Nonetheless, by continuing the investments for developing resources and sharing the best teaching practices throughout the school, Sunmarke School can further improve its ranking for future inspections.

Academic Calendar for Sunmarke School

The academic year at Sunmarke School starts in late August and ends in early July. The academic activities are split into three terms: autumn, spring and summer.

  • The first (autumn) term starts in the last week of August. Students expect a week mid-term break in the fourth week of October. The term concludes in the second week of December.
  • After a 3-week holiday, the second (spring) term starts in the first week of January. During the third week of February, students go for a mid-term break. The term finally ends in the last week of March.
  • After a 2-week holiday, the final (summer) term begins in the third week of April and ends in the first week of July.

To find the exact dates of academic events or holidays, visit the Sunmarke School’s academic calendar for the year 2020-21.

Admission and Fees

How to Apply to Sunmarke School?

Admission process and documents

Before applying to Sunmarke School, the school encourages parents to visit the campus. The school is more than happy to respond to any queries and concerns. The school invites the parents for an open information day during the months of July and August. To schedule a tour, parents need to fill the online contact form.

After getting all the required information, parents can fill an online admission form. They also need to pay the application and assessment fee of AED 500 exclusive of VAT. Please note that the admission and assessment fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. The names of the students will be placed on the waiting list for the selected academic year and will not be carried forward to subsequent academic years.

Parents need to upload the following documents with the online application:

  • A copy of the child’s passport
  • A copy of the child’s residence visa on passport (if available)
  • A copy of both sides of the child’s Emirate ID card (if available)
  • A copy of transfer certificate (Year 3 onwards) or letter of enrolment
  • Child’s birth certificate (in English or Arabic)
  • A copy of the last academic report by the previous school (in English)

The admission office will assess the application and contact parents to bring their child for an assessment test. The admission test assesses the child’s aptitude to understand his or her learning requirements. The following documents are required before or on the assessment day:

  • Documents for SEN information (if applicable)
  • Transfer certificate or letter of enrolment
  • A copy of the previous academic record
  • Recommendation form (for admission in primary or secondary stage)

After successfully clearing the assessment test, Sunmarke School, Dubai extends an admission offer to parents. To secure the placement, parents need to pay an acceptance fee equal to 10% of the tuition fee within the next 2 days from the date of the offer. Please note that the acceptance fee is non-refundable but adjustable in the tuition fee for the first term of the year of joining.

Parents need to submit the following documents before or on the child’s first day at Sunmarke School:

  • Passport-sized photograph of the child (recent)
  • Passport-sized photograph of parents
  • Copy of the child’s residence visa on passport
  • Copy of parents’ and child’s Emirates ID card (both sides)
  • Original transfer certificate (attested by KHDA if the transfer is from Dubai)
  • DHA’s consent form for vaccinations
  • Updated immunisation record

Transfer certificate requirements

For admission in Year 3 onwards, KHDA made it mandatory for the schools in Dubai to ask for the transfer certificate. The requirements for the transfer certificate are as follows:

  • Those coming from other schools in Dubai need to get their transfer certificate attested by the KHDA.
  • Those coming from schools in other emirates of UAE and from GCC countries need to get their signed and stamped transfer certificate by the Ministry of Education of that Emirate or country.
  • Those coming from North America, Western Europe, Australia, UK, Europe, New Zealand, Africa, Eastern Europe, South and Central America, Asia, Russia, CIS countries and the Middle East (except GCC and UAE) need to get their signed and stamped certificate attested by the UAE Embassy in that country.

Admission criteria

For admission in the foundation stage, they conduct an informal interview and assessment test to gauge an applicant’s readiness to join the school.

For admission in Year 1 to Year 3, the school conducts a formal interview and assessment test. Completion of the assessment test is mandatory for admission. In addition, the school will also review the previous academic record.

For admission in Year 4 onwards, the admission criteria include a formal interview, completion of assessment test and an online assessment. The school gauges an applicant’s quantitative, verbal, non-verbal and spatial abilities. The school will also consider the previous academic record to decide on offering admission.

Year
Minimum Entry Age
Maximum Entry Age
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Year
Foundation Stage 1
Minimum Entry Age
3
Maximum Entry Age
4
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Year
Foundation Stage 2
Minimum Entry Age
4
Maximum Entry Age
5
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Year
Year 1
Minimum Entry Age
5
Maximum Entry Age
6
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Year
Year 2
Minimum Entry Age
6
Maximum Entry Age
8
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Year
Year 3
Minimum Entry Age
7
Maximum Entry Age
9
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
6
Year
Year 4
Minimum Entry Age
8
Maximum Entry Age
10
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
7
Year
Year 5
Minimum Entry Age
9
Maximum Entry Age
11
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
8
Year
Year 6
Minimum Entry Age
10
Maximum Entry Age
12
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
9
Year
Year 7
Minimum Entry Age
11
Maximum Entry Age
13
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
10
Year
Year 8
Minimum Entry Age
12
Maximum Entry Age
14
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
11
Year
Year 9
Minimum Entry Age
13
Maximum Entry Age
15
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
12
Year
Year 10
Minimum Entry Age
14
Maximum Entry Age
17
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
13
Year
Year 11
Minimum Entry Age
15
Maximum Entry Age
18
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
14
Year
Year 12
Minimum Entry Age
16
Maximum Entry Age
19
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
15
Year
Year 13
Minimum Entry Age
17
Maximum Entry Age
20
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
16

This is based on the age of the students on 31st December (for schools beginning in September). Source: KHDA

* This is to cater to students transferring from systems that admit students of a younger age)

For more information, read the fees and admission policy of Sunmarke School.

Fee Structure at Sunmarke School

For existing students, the school charges a re-enrolment fee of 5% of the annual tuition fee. Sunmarke School Dubai fees for the academic year 2020-21 is as follows:

Year
Annual Fee (AED)
Year
FS1
Annual Fee (AED)
44,900
Year
FS2
Annual Fee (AED)
49,900
Year
Year 1
Annual Fee (AED)
54,900
Year
Year 2
Annual Fee (AED)
54,900
Year
Year 3
Annual Fee (AED)
55,900
Year
Year 4
Annual Fee (AED)
55,900
Year
Year 5
Annual Fee (AED)
55,900
Year
Year 6
Annual Fee (AED)
55,900
Year
Year 7
Annual Fee (AED)
69,900
Year
Year 8
Annual Fee (AED)
69,900
Year
Year 9
Annual Fee (AED)
69,900
Year
Year 10
Annual Fee (AED)
72,900
Year
Year 11
Annual Fee (AED)
72,900
Year
Year 12
Annual Fee (AED)
73,900
Year
Year 13
Annual Fee (AED)
73,900

They also offer a sibling discount to the parents with at least 2 children enrolled in their school. There are several modes of payment available for parents’ convenience including VLE mobile app and bank transfer. The due dates for Sunmarke School fees are:

  • Re-enrolment fee – 15th February
  • First-term – 1st August
  • Second term – 15th November
  • Third term – 12th April

For more information, visit the fee structure at Sunmarke School.

Scholarships at Sunmarke School

Currently, the school does not offer any scholarships. The school is working towards offering scholarships to secondary students in the future. Parents are requested to contact the school administration office for details.

School Facilities

Lunch Options at Sunmarke School

The school offers lunches and several snack options to its students. The campus has separate dining areas for primary and secondary students outside the catering service area. The cafeteria and dining spaces are open from morning to lunch hours. Sunmarke assures the availability of healthy and nutritional food items to its students. To meet food requirements, they collaborated with Kieta to deliver scrumptious yet healthy and nutritional food items.

Keita, a dynamic event and corporate catering company in the UAE, offers the best quality food items to its clients. It is also used extensively by schools and other educational institutes to deliver food prepared in a hygienic environment. For educational catering, their food is free from harmful additives and preservatives.

Keita offers a variety of international hot and cold food items to children. The menu varies every day to ensure students eat a variety of food items. In addition, the menu is split into the following categories:

  • Salad
  • Protein
  • Vegetarian
  • Carbohydrates
  • Healthy snack

Currently, the school canteen is closed for an indefinite period.

School Transportation at Sunmarke School

The school has taken the services of My Bus Transportation Services LLC to provide a comfortable yet safe and reliable commute from home to school and vice versa.

My Bus is one of the most popular transport service providers with exceptional safety and security features. They run a fleet of air-conditioned buses with high safety standards, experienced transport staff, excellent route planning and technology-aided commute.

The areas covered by My Bus Transportation are:

  • Arabian Ranches
  • Business Bay
  • Discovery Gardens
  • Dubai Marina
  • Emirates Hills
  • Gardens
  • Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT)
  • Jumeirah Village Triangle (JVT)
  • Palm Jumeirah
  • Al Satwa
  • Sheikh Zayed Road
  • Dubai Sports City, Dubai Motor City
  • Springs, Meadows
  • The Greens, Tecom, Al Barsha

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) advised the school to reduce the school bus capacity to avoid large gathering. For more information, contact the Bursar’s office of Sunmarke School.

Boarding Facility at Sunmarke School

Currently, the school does not offer boarding facilities to its students.

Holiday Camps at Sunmarke School

Sunmarke School understands that holidays can be an excellent occasion to teach students different skills. For this purpose, the school collaborates with Elite Sports Academy to offer exciting winter camps. Elite Sports Academy camp helps students remain active by engaging in physical activities and sports. In addition, organised sports activities help in improving the school life of children. These camps also help in cultivating a sense of social awareness, friendship and leadership skills that are important in sports-related activities.

The major sports activities in the Elite Sports Academy winter camp include cricket, football, hockey, dodgeball, and basketball. Students can participate in half-day, day or weekly camps. The fees for the winter camps are:

  • Half-day – AED 165
  • Full day – AED 220
  • Full week – AED 840

Holiday camps are suspended to comply with COVID-19 restrictions. The school will inform parents regarding the status of holiday camps before the start of seasonal holidays.

Sports Facilities

To support sports-related activities offered as extra-curricular activities, they offer high-end sports facilities on the ground floor and rooftop of the institute.

The sports facilities within the campus include a 6-lane 25-meter swimming pool. The pool is shaded and is regularly cleaned to ensure a hygienic environment to swimmers. The school also has a fitness studio with weights and other fitness-related equipment.

The outdoor facilities within the campus include FIFA-18 sized football pitch and playing zones for early years’ students. In addition, students also have access to facilities existing outside the campus, including tennis courts in Jumeirah Village Triangle (JVT).

Students of Sunmarke School running on a racing track
Junior sports competition at Sunmarke School (Image credit: Sunmarke School Facebook Page)

The 25-metre swimming pool is closed under current circumstances because of COVID-19.

Extra-curricular Activities at Sunmarke School

The school offers a comprehensive extra-curricular activity (ECA) programme. It provides several opportunities to develop an interest in skills necessary to compete in the 21st century. Over 60 extra-curricular activities are part of the ECA programme, including Model United Nations (MUN), Duke of Edinburgh International Award, World Scholar’s Cup and Performing Arts Academy.

Students of Sunmarke School painting stones
Stone painting as an extra-curricular activity at Sunmarke School (Image credit: Sumarke School Facebook Page)

In addition, after-school activities are offered that further support the ECA programme. These activities are designed to build a strong personality and character traits such as strong communication skills, leadership, teamwork, self-esteem and perseverance.

Extra-curricular events are suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions. The school will inform parents about the resumption of these activities via official platforms.

Field Trips from Sunmarke School

As a part of their curricular approach, Sunmarke School offers several field trips including residential trips. Students explore popular locations in the UAE where they learn and play simultaneously. The popular field trips for students include Ecoventure overnight camp for children in Year 5 and day visits for Year 5 and Year 6, FS2 students visit Burj Khalifa, Year 3 visit to Green Planet and Year 4 students visit Aventura Park.

Students of Sunmarke School enjoying at OliOli
Students of Sunmarke School visiting OliOli (Image credit: Sunmarke School Facebook Page)

Field trips are also suspended to ensure health and safety of students and staff.

After-school Care

Sunmarke School also offers a comprehensive after-school care programme for its students. These activities are independent of the school’s curricular and extracurricular activities. For after-school activities, the school collaborates with external bodies with qualified instructors.

The after-school activities are split into sports, performance arts and fun, development and languages.

Sports

Those opting for sports have a wide variety of options including:

  • Basketball (Hoops Basketball and MPAC Sports Basketball)
  • Soccer (Alliance Academy, Elite Sports Academy, Soccerkids Dubai and IFA Sports)
  • Gymnastics (Simply Gymnastics, Totnastics and Artistic Gymnastic)
  • Martial arts (Budo Juku Martial Arts School and Gulf Star Karate)
  • Swimming (Elite Swimming Academy and High-Performance Swimming Club)

Performance Arts

The options available to students of Sunmarke School include:

  • Ballet (Unique Dance)
  • Hip Hop Dance (Turning Pointe)

Fun, Development and Languages:

Following programmes are available for students of Sunmarke School:

  • English and Maths booster Sessions (Kip McGrath)
  • Robotics (Premier Genie)
  • Russian, Spanish and French language (Headway Institute)
  • Early Robotics (The Logix engine)

After-school care is temporarily suspended to comply with COVID-19 protocols.

Medical Care at Sunmarke School

The school also provides medical care to its children. It has a medical bay with equipment, trained nurses and a qualified doctor to provide medical intervention to students.

Contact

Mode of Communication between Teachers and Parents

Sunmarke School considers parents to be an important part of the school’s community, and therefore offers several engagement programmes and mode of communication. One popular parental engagement programme is Wellness Wednesday that happens every month. In Wellness Wednesday, the school’s counsellors guide parents about lifestyle and other topics.

Parents also play a vital role in managing many events such as International Day, Mother’s Day and other popular days. FOSS, the parents’ association at Sunmarke School deals with such matters.

Progress made by children on a termly basis is also communicated to parents. This includes meetings between teachers and parents that occurs at the end of each term. Also, Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), the parents’ portal by Fortes Education, keeps parents informed about students’ progress, upcoming events, examination schedules and much more.

Not only this, parents and teachers can also communicate through the WhatsApp groups.

Sunmarke School Contact Information

  • Location: Sunmarke School, District 5, Behind Limitless Building on Al Khail Road, Jumeirah Village Triangle, Dubai, UAE
  • Telephone: 971 4 423 8900
  • Email Address: admissions.sms@forteseducation.com

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