School Consultancy

School Consultancy

With multiple partners across the globe – including our associate companies 3BM and Optimus Education – Gabbitas Education is uniquely positioned to help your organisation deliver the best in education worldwide.

The Gabbitas Education Executive Team consists of a number of highly experienced and qualified professionals who bring a wealth of expertise to the business. Find out more about our Senior Consultants and Advisers here.

Establish a School

Based on our experience of working with renowned leading British schools, our team will help you to build and develop schools to provide the best educational opportunities for children of all ages. We will partner with you to provide an outstanding education aligning the best of the independent British school system with your cultural aspirations and vision.

Add Value to a School

The Gabbitas Education brand is synonymous with a rich heritage of educational excellence and our consultants draw expertise from all areas of independent British education both in the UK and overseas. Subsequently, we are perfectly placed to support your school improvement needs; whether this is a desire to take your institution to its next level of development and improvement or, in some cases, where there is a requirement to implement a turnaround strategy.

TES Independent School Awards

We continue to sponsor the Senior Leadership Team of the Year category for the prestigious TES Independent School Awards. We chose to support this Award for the third year running because, in our extensive work with schools in the UK and overseas, we have seen first-hand the vital part played by leadership teams in ensuring their school’s success.

Case Studies

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At the end of December 2013, Mohan Valrani, an entrepreneur, industrialist and philanthropist, engaged Gabbitas Education to support his vision of the opening of four new British schools in Dubai, the first of which – the Arcadia Preparatory School – opened in August 2016.  Read the full story here.

As a result of severe economic challenges in the region, this 3-18 British curriculum school with over 1,000 pupils school found itself facing a significant projected deficit for 2015 and beyond. Read full the story here.