Future leaders through futuristic curriculum
Our schools adopt a futuristic curriculum to impart 21st century skills, so that students can emerge as confident, competent and contributory global citizens. A strong
focus on integrating formal with informal learning, helps learners acquire the necessary skills for inter-disciplinary thinking, critical thinking, problem solving and resolving
conflict. Most importantly, this develops leadership and change management skills to face the uncertainties of the emerging knowledge society.
Facilitating a winning exposure
We encourage all our students to explore the world and its different cultures through our International Knowledge Exchange Programme. Our students get to interact
in person with students and teachers from our global campuses through web-conferencing, thereby giving them an international outlook and satisfying their curiosity
about new geographies.
Setting winning standards
The global curriculum incorporates the best practices adopted worldwide in the empowerment of Gen-Next. Triggered through technology, our multi-faceted learning
methods address the physical, mental, emotional, psychic, intellectual and spiritual domains of the individual learner, thus acknowledging the uniqueness of each.
Learning to win, today and in the future
To help learners remain current and competitive in a developing society, the curriculum will also offer facilities for extended learning. They need to be 'life long learners'
discovering the world day in and day out.
Winning through global best practices
GSF's Global Centre for Educational Excellence is aligned to the famous Malcolm Baldrige Model founded by NIST, USA in 1997. The top 500 schools in the world
follow the Malcolm Baldrige criteria for excellence. So do all educational excellence models around the world, such as Singapore Quality Class and the IMC National
Quality awards (India). The Singapore government's best schools in Asia are modeled on the same, and assessed accordingly. The International Asia Pacific Quality
Organisation (IAPQO), which has 72 member countries, also rates Asia's best schools based on this model.
My GIIS - Creating a winning partnership
We believe that parents should be as much a part of the learning process, as their children. Which is why, we have created the portal that helps you stay updated on your child's progress at every step. You can interact online with GIIS teachers, administrators and students on every aspect
of your child's education.
Emphasis on Multiple Intelligences for a multi-cultural world
Learning will be facilitated through a well-designed pedagogy that will promote interactive and experiential learning. The focus will be on the development of Multiple
Intelligences, Emotional Skills and Life Skills of the learners for their integrated, holistic growth and development.
Proprietary global teaching methods
Our Nine Gems™
teaching methodology - an integrated, holistic approach to learning - balances academics and experience, mental and physical development, fine arts
and performing arts, language skills and creativity, personality development, ethics and entrepreneurship. This proprietary system helps GIIS students
All round development
Education at GIIS is not just about academics, but a fun-filled process where students explore a plethora of exciting subjects through active participation in knowledge clubs. At GIIS, we lay a lot of emphasis on all-round development of our students – not just the mental aspects but equally so, the physical. Sports, both outdoor and
indoor, music and art form a vital part of the learning experience.