• GEMS Al Barsha National School for Boys Hosts  Sheikh Saeed Bin Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum
GEMS Al Barsha National School for Boys Hosts Sheikh Saeed Bin Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum

GEMS National School for Boys gathered royal visitor Sheikh Saeed bin Mohammed bin Khalifa bin Saeed Al Maktoum and also his boy Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed bin Mohammed Al Maktoum together with a target market of GEMS Education and learning VIPs as well as pupils, instructors and parents, to watch the Dubai Cops Marching Band placed on an efficiency, in advance of the UAE's National Day.

GEMS trainees presented the activity during the early morning's events which saw the institution host more than 800 people. The Dubai Cops Marching Band was an occasion highlight as well as occurred beside the procession of the UAE national flag. The students also took pleasure in an efficiency by the Authorities Pet dog Team later on in the day.

Jonathan Dey, Principal and CEO of GEMS Al Barsha National College for Boys, said: "It has been with fantastic honour to invite our royal visitor to sign up with GEMS Education on an activity taking into account the 47th National Day, and the celebration of the UAE. Given the institution's Emirati concentrate on worths, the location was a perfect selection to commemorate National Day as well as the official opening of our Sheikh Zayed Cultural Corridor."

GEMS Al Barsha National Schools are leading British curriculum schools in the region, with a different university for boys and also girls which are located in very close proximity to each other. The colleges offer a premium British education and learning rooted in UAE traditions with a company structure in belief, leadership, as well as provides an expert multilingual programme from FS to Y2 in English and also Arabic.

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