Al Zorah Development to set up Gems school in Ajman costal project

Development combines education with recreation as school comes to resort

Al Zorah Development has signed an agreement with Gems Education that will see a new school project take shape in the developer’s mixed-use costal development, Al Zorah. Located in Ajman, the project is said to offer experiential learning aimed at promoting children’s wellbeing and physical development.

The project includes several facilities including an 18-hole Nicklaus Design golf course, The Oberoi Beach Resort and the recently unveiled Marina 1. The venues are said to offer diverse dining outlets and recreational attractions including motorised and non-motorised watersports and a multipurpose event hall.

“The partnership with Gems Education to set up a new school at Al Zorah strengthens our commitment to offer a nurturing place and a fully-integrated neighbourhood to our residents. The quality of education that Gems schools offer is unparalleled and the communities stand to benefit greatly from this initiative,” said Imad Dana, CEO, Al Zorah Development.

Some 60% of the development’s land area is devoted to protected mangroves and public space. The developer says the site’s natural beauty establishes the foundations for an eco-friendly lifestyle.

“Al Zorah is specifically designed with families in mind and its relaxed, luxurious outdoor lifestyle is planned to appeal to any buyer in search of a sophisticated seaside community. Availability of school education will attract those looking for new areas to plant their roots and raise a family in a bustling and interactive community,” he added.

Gems Education CEO Dino Varkey adds, “We are excited about this new project in Ajman and look forward to bringing the families in this community the high-quality education that Gems schools in the UAE are known for. We believe in providing quality education that brings out the genius in every child and our partnership with Al Zorah will be a reflection of this commitment.”

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