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  1. NEW WORLD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL is a fully licensed school under Ministry license number 153/S issued by the Ministry of Education in Riyadh. Our school takes care of the Kindergarten to primary and secondary School needs of young children. We follow the British Curriculum and prepare children for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education- Cambridge (IGCSE). We take pride in calling ourselves the stable bridge to higher education. We have associate arrangements in place with Kinderville of Montreal, Canada, and regularly upgrade our teaching methods and approach. We are fully accredited by the Advanced in the USA and are officially recognized centers for Cambridge University examinations. We have highly educated & experienced professional staff from various nationalities. We take registrations for Nursery, KG I, KG II, and Grades I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, and XII. The school is located in Hai Al Onaizi, Al Khobar in an open and friendly environment. Our new & modern building is close to the main road connecting Sports City and Dammam Khobar Highway. It has ample car parking and the latest security and fire fighting equipment in all areas. NWIS building has three separate sections and entrances for boys, girls & Kindergarten. All sections have their play areas. We have modern and technologically up-to-date computer labs, Science Labs, Libraries, and Audio Visual rooms. All classrooms are equipped with the latest smart boards and projectors. School also has adequate canteen facilities. All three sections have professional nurses to provide minor medical care. We encourage our teachers to train for First Aid and CPR. We have a large school Auditorium (700 Square Meters) with a capacity to accommodate 500 people. We maintain regular interaction with the parents through emails, SMS, and a dedicated and secure Parent portal on our website. This portal provided all necessary information on your child regarding fees, marks, homework, dedicated school notices, and attendance. Regular Parent-teacher meetings are also arranged to meet and discuss the child’s development and related activities. Parents are also more than welcome to visit us in the school with prior arrangements. Teaching Children is a commitment and responsibility. All children deserve respect and require to be loved. We believe that education is a combination of various aspects of life in which both teachers and parents are equal contributors to a child’s overall development. At New World, we ensure that we guide them during these early and crucial formative years. We do not look at a school in its narrow sense of the term. For us, school means a lot of things We aim to provide a secure, happy and stimulating environment so that the children can grow up as competent and confident learners, healthy in mind, body, and spirit. We offer educational and creative opportunities to achieve their greatest potential. We encourage children to develop self-discipline and good behavior. We believe that parents and teachers are partners in enriching the children's minds and encourage parents to monitor the school activities and reinforce instructions at home. We believe that children should be exposed to the latest technology early in their lives. It is important for them not only to be fully conversant with the technology but also to be aware of the changes which keep on happening regularly. We have provided. computer labs with the latest networked computers, laptops, Pads, smart boards, and audiovisual equipment. We have installed regular Windows-based computer programs for word processing, spreadsheets, email, and of course games. Children are encouraged to use and familiarize themselves with the facility under the guidance of trained professionals. We also inculcate team spirit by encouraging sports activities for all age groups. They are provided with facilities and coaches to train and to compete in the local event. For our younger children, we provide a range of activities to balance large and small muscle activities to flex and gradually develop physical skills. Specifically tailored sports events are arranged for the kindergarten.
  2. NEW WORLD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL is a fully licensed school under Ministry license number 153/S issued by the Ministry of Education in Riyadh. Our school takes care of the Kindergarten to primary and secondary School needs of young children. We follow the British Curriculum and prepare children for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education- Cambridge (IGCSE). We take pride in calling ourselves the stable bridge to higher education. We have associate arrangements in place with Kinderville of Montreal, Canada, and regularly upgrade our teaching methods and approach. We are fully accredited by the Advanced in the USA and are officially recognized centers for Cambridge University examinations. We have highly educated & experienced professional staff from various nationalities. We take registrations for Nursery, KG I, KG II, and Grades I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, and XII. The school is located in Hai Al Onaizi, Al Khobar in an open and friendly environment. Our new & modern building is close to the main road connecting Sports City and Dammam Khobar Highway. It has ample car parking and the latest security and fire fighting equipment in all areas. NWIS building has three separate sections and entrances for boys, girls & Kindergarten. All sections have their play areas. We have modern and technologically up-to-date computer labs, Science Labs, Libraries, and Audio Visual rooms. All classrooms are equipped with the latest smart boards and projectors. School also has adequate canteen facilities. All three sections have professional nurses to provide minor medical care. We encourage our teachers to train for First Aid and CPR. We have a large school Auditorium (700 Square Meters) with a capacity to accommodate 500 people. We maintain regular interaction with the parents through emails, SMS, and a dedicated and secure Parent portal on our website. This portal provided all necessary information on your child regarding fees, marks, homework, dedicated school notices, and attendance. Regular Parent-teacher meetings are also arranged to meet and discuss the child’s development and related activities. Parents are also more than welcome to visit us in the school with prior arrangements. Teaching Children is a commitment and responsibility. All children deserve respect and require to be loved. We believe that education is a combination of various aspects of life in which both teachers and parents are equal contributors to a child’s overall development. At New World, we ensure that we guide them during these early and crucial formative years. We do not look at a school in its narrow sense of the term. For us, school means a lot of things We aim to provide a secure, happy and stimulating environment so that the children can grow up as competent and confident learners, healthy in mind, body, and spirit. We offer educational and creative opportunities to achieve their greatest potential. We encourage children to develop self-discipline and good behavior. We believe that parents and teachers are partners in enriching the children's minds and encourage parents to monitor the school activities and reinforce instructions at home. We believe that children should be exposed to the latest technology early in their lives. It is important for them not only to be fully conversant with the technology but also to be aware of the changes which keep on happening regularly. We have provided. computer labs with the latest networked computers, laptops, Pads, smart boards, and audiovisual equipment. We have installed regular Windows-based computer programs for word processing, spreadsheets, email, and of course games. Children are encouraged to use and familiarize themselves with the facility under the guidance of trained professionals. We also inculcate team spirit by encouraging sports activities for all age groups. They are provided with facilities and coaches to train and to compete in the local event. For our younger children, we provide a range of activities to balance large and small muscle activities to flex and gradually develop physical skills. Specifically tailored sports events are arranged for the kindergarten. View full school
  3. Since opening our doors in 2012, Avenues New York has grown to become a vibrant global school in the heart of Manhattan. Our more than 1,500 students and families and 300 faculty members represent more than 40 countries, speak countless languages, and contribute unique backgrounds and experiences to our community. And starting with our youngest learners in our nursery program, every student at Avenues is immersed in a second language. As A New School of Thought, we strive to bring together the best of tradition and innovation. Our dedicated and impressive faculty modern, rigorous curriculum and committed parent partners all to contribute to the success of our curious and hard-working students. We are proud of what our community has accomplished in the first five years of our history, including sending off our first two graduating classes to the top colleges in the country. We will graduate students who are accomplished in the academic skills one would expect at ease beyond their borders truly fluent in a second language good writers and speakers one and all confident because they excel in particular passion artists no matter their field practical in the ways of the world emotionally unafraid and physically fit humble about their gifts and generous of spirit trustworthy aware that their behavior makes a difference in our ecosystem great leaders when they can be, good followers when they should be on their way to well-chosen higher education and, most importantly, architects of lives that transcend the ordinary. We will share our prosperity with those who need it, initially through traditional financial aid and, as we grow, in more innovative and broader-scale ways that leap the walls of our campuses. We will provide our faculty and staff members a special place to pursue the science and art of teaching. We want to align the rewards of teaching more closely with the value it brings to society, provide teachers opportunities to deepen their skills, and be a place where careers, in and out of the classroom, can flourish. We will advance education by setting an example as an effective, diverse and accountable school by continuously investing in ways to become better at what we do and by making available our discoveries, large and small, to colleagues in the cause of education. Avenues have a highly developed, coherent, intelligent and responsibly evolving “school design” that lays out the hundreds of important choices that go into the conception and execution of a fine school. The design process started well before the opening of Avenues’ flagship New York City campus in 2012. The creation of that design was a highly collaborative process, and Avenues is committed to maintaining a high degree of fidelity to the design. Avenues envision advanced assessment systems not typically seen in private education. The most important of these are not end-of-year tests, which have next to no value in helping teachers adapt instruction to meet the day-to-day strengths and weaknesses of their students. The most valuable assessment systems are real-time, in-class assessments to help teachers monitor the effectiveness of their day-to-day instruction. Avenues expect students both to be with teachers and students in a traditional school setting and to take advantage of the power and flexibility of new technology. Students enjoy a rich mix of instructional techniques. Part of the day is in traditional classroom settings other portions are with small teams of students on project-based work and some time is spent pursuing highly individualized learning, often with the aid of technology. This requires a serious commitment to technological infrastructure, which is embedded in the Avenues plan. Avenues are answering the current call for global readiness, delivering it in a system of schools around the world. We provide a unique and dynamic educational village—one school with 20 or more campuses in major cities in Asia, Europe, Africa, and North and South America—and a global orientation that includes language proficiency, the World Course, and international experience and study on continents around the world. Today, educational institutions everywhere tout goals of going global. The forces fueling this trend are social, economic, political, environmental, and technological. There are daily reminders of the interdependence and interconnectedness of all people and countries. As never before, citizens of the world will have to understand these dependencies and connections they will have to move easily across boundaries they will have to be comfortable with difference and ambiguity and they will have to speak languages other than their own. Avenues prepare its students for such realities. In Avenues’ classes at every level, faculty introduce authors, information, perspectives, and challenges that reference a global horizon. As one of the great international cities, New York itself serves as a laboratory for research projects, internships, and service-learning that allows students to understand its structure and function and, later, to compare it with other cities in the Avenues network. Through partnerships, videoconferencing, Skype, and online collaboration tools, students are connected from the outset with peers in schools abroad. To all of this, the Avenues faculty brings international perspectives, based on their experiential learning, academic training, and nationality. In these ways, traditional values and standards are recalibrated to introduce global sensitivities and attitudes to the learning process.
  4. Since opening our doors in 2012, Avenues New York has grown to become a vibrant global school in the heart of Manhattan. Our more than 1,500 students and families and 300 faculty members represent more than 40 countries, speak countless languages, and contribute unique backgrounds and experiences to our community. And starting with our youngest learners in our nursery program, every student at Avenues is immersed in a second language. As A New School of Thought, we strive to bring together the best of tradition and innovation. Our dedicated and impressive faculty modern, rigorous curriculum and committed parent partners all to contribute to the success of our curious and hard-working students. We are proud of what our community has accomplished in the first five years of our history, including sending off our first two graduating classes to the top colleges in the country. We will graduate students who are accomplished in the academic skills one would expect at ease beyond their borders truly fluent in a second language good writers and speakers one and all confident because they excel in particular passion artists no matter their field practical in the ways of the world emotionally unafraid and physically fit humble about their gifts and generous of spirit trustworthy aware that their behavior makes a difference in our ecosystem great leaders when they can be, good followers when they should be on their way to well-chosen higher education and, most importantly, architects of lives that transcend the ordinary. We will share our prosperity with those who need it, initially through traditional financial aid and, as we grow, in more innovative and broader-scale ways that leap the walls of our campuses. We will provide our faculty and staff members a special place to pursue the science and art of teaching. We want to align the rewards of teaching more closely with the value it brings to society, provide teachers opportunities to deepen their skills, and be a place where careers, in and out of the classroom, can flourish. We will advance education by setting an example as an effective, diverse and accountable school by continuously investing in ways to become better at what we do and by making available our discoveries, large and small, to colleagues in the cause of education. Avenues have a highly developed, coherent, intelligent and responsibly evolving “school design” that lays out the hundreds of important choices that go into the conception and execution of a fine school. The design process started well before the opening of Avenues’ flagship New York City campus in 2012. The creation of that design was a highly collaborative process, and Avenues is committed to maintaining a high degree of fidelity to the design. Avenues envision advanced assessment systems not typically seen in private education. The most important of these are not end-of-year tests, which have next to no value in helping teachers adapt instruction to meet the day-to-day strengths and weaknesses of their students. The most valuable assessment systems are real-time, in-class assessments to help teachers monitor the effectiveness of their day-to-day instruction. Avenues expect students both to be with teachers and students in a traditional school setting and to take advantage of the power and flexibility of new technology. Students enjoy a rich mix of instructional techniques. Part of the day is in traditional classroom settings other portions are with small teams of students on project-based work and some time is spent pursuing highly individualized learning, often with the aid of technology. This requires a serious commitment to technological infrastructure, which is embedded in the Avenues plan. Avenues are answering the current call for global readiness, delivering it in a system of schools around the world. We provide a unique and dynamic educational village—one school with 20 or more campuses in major cities in Asia, Europe, Africa, and North and South America—and a global orientation that includes language proficiency, the World Course, and international experience and study on continents around the world. Today, educational institutions everywhere tout goals of going global. The forces fueling this trend are social, economic, political, environmental, and technological. There are daily reminders of the interdependence and interconnectedness of all people and countries. As never before, citizens of the world will have to understand these dependencies and connections they will have to move easily across boundaries they will have to be comfortable with difference and ambiguity and they will have to speak languages other than their own. Avenues prepare its students for such realities. In Avenues’ classes at every level, faculty introduce authors, information, perspectives, and challenges that reference a global horizon. As one of the great international cities, New York itself serves as a laboratory for research projects, internships, and service-learning that allows students to understand its structure and function and, later, to compare it with other cities in the Avenues network. Through partnerships, videoconferencing, Skype, and online collaboration tools, students are connected from the outset with peers in schools abroad. To all of this, the Avenues faculty brings international perspectives, based on their experiential learning, academic training, and nationality. In these ways, traditional values and standards are recalibrated to introduce global sensitivities and attitudes to the learning process. View full school
  5. At GEMS World Academy Chicago, we believe that education extends far beyond four walls. Every day, our students experience unique ways of learning that inspire new perspectives. They are infused with excitement and passion that is unparalleled and enhanced by the innovative technology integrated into our state-of-the-art campus located in downtown Chicago. As Illinois' only private school offering an accredited International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program curriculum, our students grow through the strong connections they build with other students around the globe as well as frequent engagement with professionals and institutions in the rich cultural center of Chicago. GEMS World Academy Chicago is the first Preschool-through-12 school in the United States from the international award-winning educator GEMS Education. GEMS World Academy Chicago — Early Years, a culturally diverse preschool that nurtures a child’s love of learning and creativity in Lincoln Park, is also part of the GEMS Education network and serves children as young as 6 weeks old. Our master teachers exemplify excellence in the classroom. Our educators recognize the importance of inspiring students, driving industry-changing innovation as well as enriching the communities in which they live and work. GEMS World Academy program highlights include, but are not limited to: An International Baccalaureate World School curriculum. GEMS offers a rigorous, accredited Primary Years Program and is an official candidate school for the Middle Years Program. Inquiry-based learning: fostering an atmosphere of academic excellence and encourage intellectual inquiry and critical thinking. Physical, expressive, and creative arts as an essential part of holistic education. Highly experienced international educators, committed to providing outstanding learning opportunities. Purposeful use of technology. Authentic curriculum links and projects with schools from the GEMS network around the world, developing international-mindedness. Student-centered assessment. To inspire inquiring, knowledgeable, reflective, and intercultural learners to become morally responsible leaders with the skills and attributes necessary to create a more connected and prosperous world. GEMS World Academy Chicago stands apart from the region's other independent private schools in multiple key areas: World of Innovation — Our personalized instruction and creative use of technology prepares students to solve the challenges of tomorrow. We provide unique open-project learning spaces fully equipped science and design labs an integrated coding and robotics program and thorough exploration of the data-driven world. World Languages — We emphasize multilingualism at GEMS, starting with our youngest learners. Our students receive daily instruction in French, Spanish, or Mandarin, and our classes, fully aligned with the International Baccalaureate curriculum, act as catalysts for enhanced cultural understanding and global connections. World Culture and Exploration — Students at GEMS World Academy Chicago are part of a global network of elite educational institutions. We place a premium, through the GWA Connect travel program, on providing students with opportunities for authentic travel and cultural exchange experiences, using our companion GEMS World Academy schools overseas as partners. World As Our Campus — Our students interact with the world around them in rich and meaningful ways. The Field Studies program leverages the entire city of Chicago, which our students explore in self-directed inquiries. Strategically articulated curricula extend these experiences to global contexts. World Citizens — Global citizenship is a core value for GEMS Education. Our program provides students with an intuitive sense of the world's complexity and diversity. Students grow to understand that a range of thought and experience is essential to making discoveries, driving innovation, and taking leadership roles on the world stage.
  6. At GEMS World Academy Chicago, we believe that education extends far beyond four walls. Every day, our students experience unique ways of learning that inspire new perspectives. They are infused with excitement and passion that is unparalleled and enhanced by the innovative technology integrated into our state-of-the-art campus located in downtown Chicago. As Illinois' only private school offering an accredited International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program curriculum, our students grow through the strong connections they build with other students around the globe as well as frequent engagement with professionals and institutions in the rich cultural center of Chicago. GEMS World Academy Chicago is the first Preschool-through-12 school in the United States from the international award-winning educator GEMS Education. GEMS World Academy Chicago — Early Years, a culturally diverse preschool that nurtures a child’s love of learning and creativity in Lincoln Park, is also part of the GEMS Education network and serves children as young as 6 weeks old. Our master teachers exemplify excellence in the classroom. Our educators recognize the importance of inspiring students, driving industry-changing innovation as well as enriching the communities in which they live and work. GEMS World Academy program highlights include, but are not limited to: An International Baccalaureate World School curriculum. GEMS offers a rigorous, accredited Primary Years Program and is an official candidate school for the Middle Years Program. Inquiry-based learning: fostering an atmosphere of academic excellence and encourage intellectual inquiry and critical thinking. Physical, expressive, and creative arts as an essential part of holistic education. Highly experienced international educators, committed to providing outstanding learning opportunities. Purposeful use of technology. Authentic curriculum links and projects with schools from the GEMS network around the world, developing international-mindedness. Student-centered assessment. To inspire inquiring, knowledgeable, reflective, and intercultural learners to become morally responsible leaders with the skills and attributes necessary to create a more connected and prosperous world. GEMS World Academy Chicago stands apart from the region's other independent private schools in multiple key areas: World of Innovation — Our personalized instruction and creative use of technology prepares students to solve the challenges of tomorrow. We provide unique open-project learning spaces fully equipped science and design labs an integrated coding and robotics program and thorough exploration of the data-driven world. World Languages — We emphasize multilingualism at GEMS, starting with our youngest learners. Our students receive daily instruction in French, Spanish, or Mandarin, and our classes, fully aligned with the International Baccalaureate curriculum, act as catalysts for enhanced cultural understanding and global connections. World Culture and Exploration — Students at GEMS World Academy Chicago are part of a global network of elite educational institutions. We place a premium, through the GWA Connect travel program, on providing students with opportunities for authentic travel and cultural exchange experiences, using our companion GEMS World Academy schools overseas as partners. World As Our Campus — Our students interact with the world around them in rich and meaningful ways. The Field Studies program leverages the entire city of Chicago, which our students explore in self-directed inquiries. Strategically articulated curricula extend these experiences to global contexts. World Citizens — Global citizenship is a core value for GEMS Education. Our program provides students with an intuitive sense of the world's complexity and diversity. Students grow to understand that a range of thought and experience is essential to making discoveries, driving innovation, and taking leadership roles on the world stage. View full school
  7. In 1999, NWIS was established as a supplementary school for Japanese children attending an international school, and at the same time, a summer school, etc. was held. In 2003, I had NWIS Preschool in Sengawa, Tokyo, 2003 because I thought that I wanted to experience the difference in early childhood education between Japan and North America in kindergarten practice at the time of my study abroad in the US and to experience excellent North American programs for children living in Japan Opening school. I have devoted a quarter-century too early childhood education. At New World International School, we believe that children can learn when they are loved and encouraged in a safe, warm and fun environment. Teachers treat each child as an individual with his or her personality and development style. Using a variety of teaching methods Children who respectfully respect themselves and have good self-esteem will enjoy learning, be proud of themselves, and will learn to respect others. The physical, intellectual, social, and emotional development of a child is the same as the students the opportunity to play. Our program to this natural approach to learning and builds upon it. Through touching Through play, they learn how to solve problems and work cooperatively with others. Play (with purpose) will be the central element of the NWIS curriculum. Instead, Dr. Gardner proposes eight different bits of intelligence (Institute of intelligence, professor of education at Harvard University. The based suggestion that the traditional notion of intelligence, based on IQ testing, is far too limited. to account for a broader range of human potential in children and adults. The program for our 3 to 4-year-old classes is based on a specialized thematic curriculum featuring their letters, shapes, colors, and numbers. We aim to have our K3 say their alphabet, identity upper and lower case letters, and know their sounds Our Handwriting Without Tears® program assists in the development of their writing and fine motor skills. Our K3 can count, write their numbers, and understand the Our curriculum considers the different development levels and needs of each child. We realize how important it is for children to learn through play, We have developed an original approach to language acquisition that helps our students to become bitrate. Our goal is to make each day a successful and positive experience for each child. It is a class for children of young children. This class will be the year of the full-scale start of the theme learning curriculum. Using MI theory, we will learn the theme of each month through music, art, cooking, science, hand and whole-body movement, language, mathematics, and so on. By giving a rich educational environment at this time of wanting to see, want to know, touch, want to touch, full of curiosity, we will connect that interest to intellectual curiosity, inquiry mind. In addition to phonics and reading, we will introduce a US writing program to cultivate pre-writing skills. We will acquire not only figures but also experiences of mathematics of numbers and their concepts, figures, patterns, graphs, and other mathematics. Even in language, we will learn naturally by English as a word of living, at the time of absorption without resistance. Every day in the English environment, Kindergarten's older brothers, sisters are stimulated, words and play spread a lot. Every day children grow up with small success experiences and prepare for advancement. Our goal is to provide a curriculum that will give a child a strong foundation intellectually, physically, and socially. We have developed a year-long program where each monthly theme is linked to the next to allow our students to build upon The curriculum is adapted to progress the developmental needs, each of the children at the particular stage. their program also incorporates math and science, language art, gross motor skills, and learning centers. that the children are free to choose from, This gives each child the independence to decide a part of their own learning experience a day. The program is offered in a very hands-on method K 4 learn phonics, sight words, family words, and simple We also cover logic/math smart, numerals, odd and even numbers, measurements, patterns, addition, and subtraction. NWIS activities and choices stimulate a child's sense of curiosity. We strive for a well-measured balance of play, discovery, and participation to be blended into our day for maximum learning. We strive for a well-measured balance of play, discovery, and participation to be blended into our day for maximum learning. We strive for a well-measured balance of play, discovery, and participation to be blended into our day for maximum learning. We will learn and enjoy each child's developmental stage and growth process with parents and children through circle time, music, dance, art, reading of picture books, etc. We will make English familiar with many talks, reading, chants, and Mother Goose, etc. We will also introduce how to support your child at home to raise your child by literacy! View full school
  8. In 1999, NWIS was established as a supplementary school for Japanese children attending an international school, and at the same time, a summer school, etc. was held. In 2003, I had NWIS Preschool in Sengawa, Tokyo, 2003 because I thought that I wanted to experience the difference in early childhood education between Japan and North America in kindergarten practice at the time of my study abroad in the US and to experience excellent North American programs for children living in Japan Opening school. I have devoted a quarter-century too early childhood education. At New World International School, we believe that children can learn when they are loved and encouraged in a safe, warm and fun environment. Teachers treat each child as an individual with his or her personality and development style. Using a variety of teaching methods Children who respectfully respect themselves and have good self-esteem will enjoy learning, be proud of themselves, and will learn to respect others. The physical, intellectual, social, and emotional development of a child is the same as the students the opportunity to play. Our program to this natural approach to learning and builds upon it. Through touching Through play, they learn how to solve problems and work cooperatively with others. Play (with purpose) will be the central element of the NWIS curriculum. Instead, Dr. Gardner proposes eight different bits of intelligence (Institute of intelligence, professor of education at Harvard University. The based suggestion that the traditional notion of intelligence, based on IQ testing, is far too limited. to account for a broader range of human potential in children and adults. The program for our 3 to 4-year-old classes is based on a specialized thematic curriculum featuring their letters, shapes, colors, and numbers. We aim to have our K3 say their alphabet, identity upper and lower case letters, and know their sounds Our Handwriting Without Tears® program assists in the development of their writing and fine motor skills. Our K3 can count, write their numbers, and understand the Our curriculum considers the different development levels and needs of each child. We realize how important it is for children to learn through play, We have developed an original approach to language acquisition that helps our students to become bitrate. Our goal is to make each day a successful and positive experience for each child. It is a class for children of young children. This class will be the year of the full-scale start of the theme learning curriculum. Using MI theory, we will learn the theme of each month through music, art, cooking, science, hand and whole-body movement, language, mathematics, and so on. By giving a rich educational environment at this time of wanting to see, want to know, touch, want to touch, full of curiosity, we will connect that interest to intellectual curiosity, inquiry mind. In addition to phonics and reading, we will introduce a US writing program to cultivate pre-writing skills. We will acquire not only figures but also experiences of mathematics of numbers and their concepts, figures, patterns, graphs, and other mathematics. Even in language, we will learn naturally by English as a word of living, at the time of absorption without resistance. Every day in the English environment, Kindergarten's older brothers, sisters are stimulated, words and play spread a lot. Every day children grow up with small success experiences and prepare for advancement. Our goal is to provide a curriculum that will give a child a strong foundation intellectually, physically, and socially. We have developed a year-long program where each monthly theme is linked to the next to allow our students to build upon The curriculum is adapted to progress the developmental needs, each of the children at the particular stage. their program also incorporates math and science, language art, gross motor skills, and learning centers. that the children are free to choose from, This gives each child the independence to decide a part of their own learning experience a day. The program is offered in a very hands-on method K 4 learn phonics, sight words, family words, and simple We also cover logic/math smart, numerals, odd and even numbers, measurements, patterns, addition, and subtraction. NWIS activities and choices stimulate a child's sense of curiosity. We strive for a well-measured balance of play, discovery, and participation to be blended into our day for maximum learning. We strive for a well-measured balance of play, discovery, and participation to be blended into our day for maximum learning. We strive for a well-measured balance of play, discovery, and participation to be blended into our day for maximum learning. We will learn and enjoy each child's developmental stage and growth process with parents and children through circle time, music, dance, art, reading of picture books, etc. We will make English familiar with many talks, reading, chants, and Mother Goose, etc. We will also introduce how to support your child at home to raise your child by literacy!
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    Various creative activities enforce the children’s learning skills. Art & Craft, Dramatic Play・Music & Movement・Games・Cooking・Math・Science・Fiscal Education, all these hands-on activities help children to enhance their thirst for knowledge. We believe in children’s limitless possibilities. We cultivate dynamic creativity leading to positive futures. We aim to share diverse values for the emergence of a fertile international world where children can grow alongside each other. We understand being a part of this world means respecting and accepting other cultures, people, and their lives. We all live together so each one of us must have communication skills to work alongside one another. We think that being creative is conceiving something from what appears to be nothing with our intellectual interest and cultivated inspiration. We can express ourselves through our creativity to the whole world! The Preschool class for 1-year-olds helps children get used to playing after being separated from their mothers. By playing in small groups, the children learn basic everyday habits. A school preparatory class based on an American childcare education curriculum. By placing the children in a program that matches their developmental stage, they develop their sense of independence, creativity, language skills, and physical skills. This class teaches children to freely express their feelings in a journal, basic phonics that teaches them the correlation between English words and sounds as well as English literacy (reading & writing). This is an English language program that allows children to learn English by interacting with foreign teachers. Preparatory program for The United Nations Association Junior Test of English, which stresses extensive English speaking and reading. This class uses a "mixed-age" method where children can mingle and play with children of various ages. Through various activities, the children learn how to become independent and nurture their creativity. We have seasonally themed events during the spring, summer, and winter vacations, which include outdoor activities, cooking, and more. School is based on the spring, summer, and winter vacations, having special themes for each class, for example,“(all over) the world”,” books”, “various sports”, and so on. All teachers and students dress up in costumes and go out on the parade “Trick or Treating”. We also enjoy various kinds of activities, crafts, and games. The students from every one of our centers show their growth and what they have learned throughout the year in KIDS WORLD with their teachers and friends at this event! View full school
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    Kids World

    Various creative activities enforce the children’s learning skills. Art & Craft, Dramatic Play・Music & Movement・Games・Cooking・Math・Science・Fiscal Education, all these hands-on activities help children to enhance their thirst for knowledge. We believe in children’s limitless possibilities. We cultivate dynamic creativity leading to positive futures. We aim to share diverse values for the emergence of a fertile international world where children can grow alongside each other. We understand being a part of this world means respecting and accepting other cultures, people, and their lives. We all live together so each one of us must have communication skills to work alongside one another. We think that being creative is conceiving something from what appears to be nothing with our intellectual interest and cultivated inspiration. We can express ourselves through our creativity to the whole world! The Preschool class for 1-year-olds helps children get used to playing after being separated from their mothers. By playing in small groups, the children learn basic everyday habits. A school preparatory class based on an American childcare education curriculum. By placing the children in a program that matches their developmental stage, they develop their sense of independence, creativity, language skills, and physical skills. This class teaches children to freely express their feelings in a journal, basic phonics that teaches them the correlation between English words and sounds as well as English literacy (reading & writing). This is an English language program that allows children to learn English by interacting with foreign teachers. Preparatory program for The United Nations Association Junior Test of English, which stresses extensive English speaking and reading. This class uses a "mixed-age" method where children can mingle and play with children of various ages. Through various activities, the children learn how to become independent and nurture their creativity. We have seasonally themed events during the spring, summer, and winter vacations, which include outdoor activities, cooking, and more. School is based on the spring, summer, and winter vacations, having special themes for each class, for example,“(all over) the world”,” books”, “various sports”, and so on. All teachers and students dress up in costumes and go out on the parade “Trick or Treating”. We also enjoy various kinds of activities, crafts, and games. The students from every one of our centers show their growth and what they have learned throughout the year in KIDS WORLD with their teachers and friends at this event!
  11. Established in 1982, UWC Adriatic brings together over 180 students from more than 80 countries for the final two years of their high school education. Life at our residential school can be demanding and truly transformational. Living in rooms of 2, 3, or 4 students in one of our 7 residences scattered throughout the village, co-curricular life is at the heart of the UWC Adriatic experience, with a particular emphasis on service to others. Eighty percent of our students are non-native English speakers yet all study towards the full International Baccalaureate diploma in English. All students also study Italian. With all our teachers living in the village as well and acting as personal and residence tutors, we are a very tight-knit community. UWC aims to use education as a force to unite people. United World Colleges is a unique organization. It is the only global educational NGO that brings students together from all over the world, selected from within their own countries on merit and regardless of their ability to pay. These students come together at one of 17 United World Colleges that aims to foster international understanding, peace, and sustainability. UWC Adriatic brings highly motivated young students from all parts of the world so they can live and learn together. Our objective is to help students become active, involved, and educated citizens whose attitudes towards understanding and community service will be a powerful catalyst for change. Through the students, as representatives of their countries, we hope to influence their wider communities to become more understanding, compassionate, and peaceful. In short, we aim to create a better world through education. UWC Adriatic welcomes young people at the threshold of adult independence and guides them on the way to being compassionate and conscientious individuals with the energy and understanding to work for positive change. Experiences gained within a diverse multicultural community in an Italian region at the crossroads of cultural, political, historical, and geographical transitions are used to stimulate personal reflection and growth. The UWC educational model provides a common framework within which all UWC schools and colleges operate. It does not set down a curriculum but focuses on what is unique about UWC’s approach to education. Diversity is at the center of the experience of every student in every college: at UWC diversity extends to differences in socioeconomic background, culture, race, and religion as well as nationality. That means our students benefit from learning in a diverse environment that helps to broaden the mind and sense of self, and where students gain a globally recognized pre-university qualification that will prepare them to take leading roles in an increasingly complex world.
  12. Established in 1982, UWC Adriatic brings together over 180 students from more than 80 countries for the final two years of their high school education. Life at our residential school can be demanding and truly transformational. Living in rooms of 2, 3, or 4 students in one of our 7 residences scattered throughout the village, co-curricular life is at the heart of the UWC Adriatic experience, with a particular emphasis on service to others. Eighty percent of our students are non-native English speakers yet all study towards the full International Baccalaureate diploma in English. All students also study Italian. With all our teachers living in the village as well and acting as personal and residence tutors, we are a very tight-knit community. UWC aims to use education as a force to unite people. United World Colleges is a unique organization. It is the only global educational NGO that brings students together from all over the world, selected from within their own countries on merit and regardless of their ability to pay. These students come together at one of 17 United World Colleges that aims to foster international understanding, peace, and sustainability. UWC Adriatic brings highly motivated young students from all parts of the world so they can live and learn together. Our objective is to help students become active, involved, and educated citizens whose attitudes towards understanding and community service will be a powerful catalyst for change. Through the students, as representatives of their countries, we hope to influence their wider communities to become more understanding, compassionate, and peaceful. In short, we aim to create a better world through education. UWC Adriatic welcomes young people at the threshold of adult independence and guides them on the way to being compassionate and conscientious individuals with the energy and understanding to work for positive change. Experiences gained within a diverse multicultural community in an Italian region at the crossroads of cultural, political, historical, and geographical transitions are used to stimulate personal reflection and growth. The UWC educational model provides a common framework within which all UWC schools and colleges operate. It does not set down a curriculum but focuses on what is unique about UWC’s approach to education. Diversity is at the center of the experience of every student in every college: at UWC diversity extends to differences in socioeconomic background, culture, race, and religion as well as nationality. That means our students benefit from learning in a diverse environment that helps to broaden the mind and sense of self, and where students gain a globally recognized pre-university qualification that will prepare them to take leading roles in an increasingly complex world. View full school
  13. Our vision is to shape the future as a dynamic learning community that embraces Asia and engages globally. Our purpose is to assist students with their transition from one country or one education system to another, provide high-quality teaching and learning, and introduce students to the fascinating cultural and historical heritage of Indonesia. JWA is authorized to offer the Cambridge Primary program. Cambridge Primary is an education program for young learners that combines a world-class curriculum, high-quality support for teachers, and integrated assessments. Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) is the world’s largest provider of international education programs and qualifications for 5 to 19-year-olds. It is a not-for-profit organization and a part of the University of Cambridge, one of the world’s top universities and trusted for excellence in education. JWA provides an intimate community school environment with classrooms and learning spaces designed to leading international specifications. The spacious classrooms feature wall-to-ceiling windows that provide natural light and views across the city. Facilities also include a multi-purpose room, library, maker space room, learning kitchen, outdoor play area. As part of the school’s vision to embrace Asia, Chinese and Bahasa Indonesia language and culture programs are offered as added benefits. We also place great value on character development and provide a wide range of activities such as art, music, sports, charity, and leadership opportunities to capture a child’s interest at all levels. As the world changes and faces globalization we pride ourselves in preparing our students to become adaptable enquirers, multilingual global citizens fully prepared to emerge into positions of great worth to society.
  14. Our vision is to shape the future as a dynamic learning community that embraces Asia and engages globally. Our purpose is to assist students with their transition from one country or one education system to another, provide high-quality teaching and learning, and introduce students to the fascinating cultural and historical heritage of Indonesia. JWA is authorized to offer the Cambridge Primary program. Cambridge Primary is an education program for young learners that combines a world-class curriculum, high-quality support for teachers, and integrated assessments. Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) is the world’s largest provider of international education programs and qualifications for 5 to 19-year-olds. It is a not-for-profit organization and a part of the University of Cambridge, one of the world’s top universities and trusted for excellence in education. JWA provides an intimate community school environment with classrooms and learning spaces designed to leading international specifications. The spacious classrooms feature wall-to-ceiling windows that provide natural light and views across the city. Facilities also include a multi-purpose room, library, maker space room, learning kitchen, outdoor play area. As part of the school’s vision to embrace Asia, Chinese and Bahasa Indonesia language and culture programs are offered as added benefits. We also place great value on character development and provide a wide range of activities such as art, music, sports, charity, and leadership opportunities to capture a child’s interest at all levels. As the world changes and faces globalization we pride ourselves in preparing our students to become adaptable enquirers, multilingual global citizens fully prepared to emerge into positions of great worth to society. View full school
  15. In the 21st century, every educational system faces the challenge of preparing young generations for a life that is not only complex but constantly changing as well. Millennia World School (MWS) offers a developmentally appropriate experiential approach to education. We aim to develop and inspire lifelong learners and enable them to fully develop their talents, dispositions, and capabilities. Our mission is to empower learners to discover themselves – their talents and dispositions, igniting their passions while enabling them to live happy and meaningful lives. We aspire to be an iconic center of educational excellence creating a global community of lifelong learners and changemakers who endeavor to internalize the values of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness with their knowledge, skills, and attitudes to empower themselves and others to ensure the betterment of society around them and the world at large. Our Philosophy is based on a profound understanding of human development that addresses the needs of growing children and aims at developing their love of learning, sense of meaning, and purpose. At MWS, we emphasize the role of imagination in learning, striving to integrate holistically the intellectual, practical, and artistic development of students. At the heart of our philosophy lies the concept of H.A.P.P.I.N.E.S.S. In our Kindergarten, we provide a haven for children where they explore the world and develop key motor, cognitive, and social skills. Our kindergarten program is aimed at developing child’s imagination, inspiring their sense of wonder, and at the same time instilling in their appreciation for life. In our Junior High, we provide an environment that inspires true engagement in learning. Academic subjects are taught through exploration, inquiry, and experience to create compassionate, critical, and independent thinkers.
  16. In the 21st century, every educational system faces the challenge of preparing young generations for a life that is not only complex but constantly changing as well. Millennia World School (MWS) offers a developmentally appropriate experiential approach to education. We aim to develop and inspire lifelong learners and enable them to fully develop their talents, dispositions, and capabilities. Our mission is to empower learners to discover themselves – their talents and dispositions, igniting their passions while enabling them to live happy and meaningful lives. We aspire to be an iconic center of educational excellence creating a global community of lifelong learners and changemakers who endeavor to internalize the values of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness with their knowledge, skills, and attitudes to empower themselves and others to ensure the betterment of society around them and the world at large. Our Philosophy is based on a profound understanding of human development that addresses the needs of growing children and aims at developing their love of learning, sense of meaning, and purpose. At MWS, we emphasize the role of imagination in learning, striving to integrate holistically the intellectual, practical, and artistic development of students. At the heart of our philosophy lies the concept of H.A.P.P.I.N.E.S.S. In our Kindergarten, we provide a haven for children where they explore the world and develop key motor, cognitive, and social skills. Our kindergarten program is aimed at developing child’s imagination, inspiring their sense of wonder, and at the same time instilling in their appreciation for life. In our Junior High, we provide an environment that inspires true engagement in learning. Academic subjects are taught through exploration, inquiry, and experience to create compassionate, critical, and independent thinkers. View full school
  17. Sinarmas World Academy provides an international education experience from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12, intending to achieve Academic Excellence. SWA opened in July 2008 and the first cohort of Grade 12 students graduated in June 2012. English is the language of instruction, and all students study Bahasa Indonesia and Mandarin. SWA offers a strong Chinese program in partnership with the prestigious Peking University Kindergarten and Elementary School, Beijing, China. SWA is offering a challenging and engaging Early Years (EY) curriculum that develops students physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially. The Early Years curriculum bases students learning on the standards set out in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework from the UK. Starting from Kindergarten 2 to Grade 5, SWA offers the Cambridge Primary Programme integrated with PKU, National curriculum along with any other international curriculum standard. We promote the education of the whole person, emphasizing intellectual, personal, emotional, and social growth, involving the traditions of learning in languages, sciences, mathematics, social studies, ICT, and the arts. In Grades 6 to 10, the syllabus from Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) is integrated within the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) curriculum framework. The school shapes the curriculum according to national requirements and the school’s Asian cultural identity. In Grades 11 & 12, students follow the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, where the curriculum and assessment procedures are prescribed in detail to meet the requirements for university entrance around the world. SWA has outstanding international award-winning facilities, which have been designed to suit the school’s commitment to providing an education that prepares students for life in the 21st century. Facilities are spacious and include gymnasiums sports fields fitness center pools adventure playground studios for art, music, dance, and drama science laboratories, theatre, libraries, IT Help Desk, student shop, and several cafes and snack bars. SWA offers an extensive co-curricular program including a wide range of sports, performing arts, and academic offerings. Popular programs include the Global Issues Network (GIN), International Award, Model United Nations (MUN), Habitat for Humanity, and a wide range of inter-school competitions, artistic and cultural activities as well as other student-initiated IB CAS projects. All students are involved in leadership and sustainable action with student-led projects that support the Millennium Development Goals and CAS Learning outcomes. The annual Indonesian Field Study Trips are a weeklong program providing an opportunity for students in Grade 6 – 12 to learn and work beyond the school campus and directly engage with Indonesian society and cultural experiences. SWA is a world-class school not only in terms of curriculum and methods but also with the state of the art technology and facilities. Wireless mobile technology provides flexibility in incorporating ICT as core literacy and as an integral tool in learning, creativity, and communicating. SWA seeks to offer educational opportunities to all eligible students who identify with the school’s mission, vision, and values, and to maintain a co-educational school with a diverse student population representing a range of nationalities, languages, cultural and economic backgrounds, and abilities. View full school
  18. Sinarmas World Academy provides an international education experience from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12, intending to achieve Academic Excellence. SWA opened in July 2008 and the first cohort of Grade 12 students graduated in June 2012. English is the language of instruction, and all students study Bahasa Indonesia and Mandarin. SWA offers a strong Chinese program in partnership with the prestigious Peking University Kindergarten and Elementary School, Beijing, China. SWA is offering a challenging and engaging Early Years (EY) curriculum that develops students physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially. The Early Years curriculum bases students learning on the standards set out in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework from the UK. Starting from Kindergarten 2 to Grade 5, SWA offers the Cambridge Primary Programme integrated with PKU, National curriculum along with any other international curriculum standard. We promote the education of the whole person, emphasizing intellectual, personal, emotional, and social growth, involving the traditions of learning in languages, sciences, mathematics, social studies, ICT, and the arts. In Grades 6 to 10, the syllabus from Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) is integrated within the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) curriculum framework. The school shapes the curriculum according to national requirements and the school’s Asian cultural identity. In Grades 11 & 12, students follow the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, where the curriculum and assessment procedures are prescribed in detail to meet the requirements for university entrance around the world. SWA has outstanding international award-winning facilities, which have been designed to suit the school’s commitment to providing an education that prepares students for life in the 21st century. Facilities are spacious and include gymnasiums sports fields fitness center pools adventure playground studios for art, music, dance, and drama science laboratories, theatre, libraries, IT Help Desk, student shop, and several cafes and snack bars. SWA offers an extensive co-curricular program including a wide range of sports, performing arts, and academic offerings. Popular programs include the Global Issues Network (GIN), International Award, Model United Nations (MUN), Habitat for Humanity, and a wide range of inter-school competitions, artistic and cultural activities as well as other student-initiated IB CAS projects. All students are involved in leadership and sustainable action with student-led projects that support the Millennium Development Goals and CAS Learning outcomes. The annual Indonesian Field Study Trips are a weeklong program providing an opportunity for students in Grade 6 – 12 to learn and work beyond the school campus and directly engage with Indonesian society and cultural experiences. SWA is a world-class school not only in terms of curriculum and methods but also with the state of the art technology and facilities. Wireless mobile technology provides flexibility in incorporating ICT as core literacy and as an integral tool in learning, creativity, and communicating. SWA seeks to offer educational opportunities to all eligible students who identify with the school’s mission, vision, and values, and to maintain a co-educational school with a diverse student population representing a range of nationalities, languages, cultural and economic backgrounds, and abilities.
  19. “UWC makes education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.” The College is one of seventeen schools and Colleges that make up the UWC movement. This means when you join the College, you automatically become a member of a global movement that puts at its heart its mission in which “UWC makes education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.” To be the Principal of this school is so immensely rewarding. The College is an extremely vibrant community consisting of just over 250 students, representing over 80 different nationalities. This means that students have the opportunity to live and study with students from a very wide range of cultural backgrounds. Our website and our Facebook page only give a flavor of the very special atmosphere here. All the students and the College teaching staff live on the campus of Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong. This means that a very unique community develops based on students and staff. All students follow the IB Diploma curriculum. A special feature of Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong is the breadth and depth of activities that students undertake outside of the “taught” curriculum. In the afternoons and weekends, students are involved in over 90 different activities based around the themes of Creativity, Action, and Service. Students also participate in at least one activities week either in China or the rest of the world per year. Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong was established in 1992. We are situated on a large peninsula on the edge of Ma on Shan Country Park, in the New Territories. The campus was purpose-built with excellent classroom facilities including Wi-Fi access across campus. The purpose-built residential campus in Wu Kai Sha stands next to the steep, tree-covered slopes of Ma On Shan (Horse Saddle Mountain), adjacent to Starfish Bay, and overlooks the waters of Tolo Harbour. Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong (LPCUWC) is one of 17 colleges that share the value and philosophy of the UWC movement and the mission of UWC. Sharing a firm commitment to diversity, LPCUWC is a boarding school that goes beyond being “international.” We are a vibrant community interwoven with more than 250 students from over 80 different nationalities, cultures, and various socio-economic backgrounds supported by scholarships. Living in a fully residential college, students get to learn from and with friends of different backgrounds in their shared living experiences. View full school
  20. “UWC makes education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.” The College is one of seventeen schools and Colleges that make up the UWC movement. This means when you join the College, you automatically become a member of a global movement that puts at its heart its mission in which “UWC makes education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.” To be the Principal of this school is so immensely rewarding. The College is an extremely vibrant community consisting of just over 250 students, representing over 80 different nationalities. This means that students have the opportunity to live and study with students from a very wide range of cultural backgrounds. Our website and our Facebook page only give a flavor of the very special atmosphere here. All the students and the College teaching staff live on the campus of Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong. This means that a very unique community develops based on students and staff. All students follow the IB Diploma curriculum. A special feature of Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong is the breadth and depth of activities that students undertake outside of the “taught” curriculum. In the afternoons and weekends, students are involved in over 90 different activities based around the themes of Creativity, Action, and Service. Students also participate in at least one activities week either in China or the rest of the world per year. Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong was established in 1992. We are situated on a large peninsula on the edge of Ma on Shan Country Park, in the New Territories. The campus was purpose-built with excellent classroom facilities including Wi-Fi access across campus. The purpose-built residential campus in Wu Kai Sha stands next to the steep, tree-covered slopes of Ma On Shan (Horse Saddle Mountain), adjacent to Starfish Bay, and overlooks the waters of Tolo Harbour. Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong (LPCUWC) is one of 17 colleges that share the value and philosophy of the UWC movement and the mission of UWC. Sharing a firm commitment to diversity, LPCUWC is a boarding school that goes beyond being “international.” We are a vibrant community interwoven with more than 250 students from over 80 different nationalities, cultures, and various socio-economic backgrounds supported by scholarships. Living in a fully residential college, students get to learn from and with friends of different backgrounds in their shared living experiences.
  21. World Way School was founded in the year 2015. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1031009, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2022. It lies in the Vidisha district of Madhya Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Fehmida Jafri Memorial Education And Welfare Society, Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of MRS. FARHEEN JAHAN, with a total of 18 staff members. There are a total of 29 rooms present in the school. The nearest railway station is Gulabganj and it is 0.5 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Gulabganj Distance in KM 0.5 Nearest Police Station GulabganjGulabganj Distance in KM 1 Nearest Nationalised Bank State Bank Gulabganj Distance in KM 0.5 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 3 120 I 1 40 II 1 40 III 1 40 IV 1 40 V 1 40 VI 1 40 VII 1 40 VIII 0 0 IX 0 0 X 0 0 XI 0 0 XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 10 30 20 Composite Science Lab 1 30 20 Physics Lab 1 30 20 Chemistry Lab 1 30 20 Biology Lab 1 30 20 Maths Lab 1 30 20 Computer Science Lab 1 30 35 Home Science Lab 1 30 20 Library 1 40 30 Other Rooms 10 30 20 Bio-Tech Lab 1 30 20 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 3 3 0 PRTs 5 5 0 TGTs 5 5 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 2 2 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 13814.106195656 (in Acres.) 3.41354 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 5359.80 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 10000 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals dry No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 15 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 15 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 20000 Periodicals 3 Dailies 5 Reference Books 100 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool Yes Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel Yes Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
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    World Way School

    World Way School was founded in the year 2015. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1031009, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2022. It lies in the Vidisha district of Madhya Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Fehmida Jafri Memorial Education And Welfare Society, Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of MRS. FARHEEN JAHAN, with a total of 18 staff members. There are a total of 29 rooms present in the school. The nearest railway station is Gulabganj and it is 0.5 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Gulabganj Distance in KM 0.5 Nearest Police Station GulabganjGulabganj Distance in KM 1 Nearest Nationalised Bank State Bank Gulabganj Distance in KM 0.5 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 3 120 I 1 40 II 1 40 III 1 40 IV 1 40 V 1 40 VI 1 40 VII 1 40 VIII 0 0 IX 0 0 X 0 0 XI 0 0 XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 10 30 20 Composite Science Lab 1 30 20 Physics Lab 1 30 20 Chemistry Lab 1 30 20 Biology Lab 1 30 20 Maths Lab 1 30 20 Computer Science Lab 1 30 35 Home Science Lab 1 30 20 Library 1 40 30 Other Rooms 10 30 20 Bio-Tech Lab 1 30 20 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 3 3 0 PRTs 5 5 0 TGTs 5 5 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 2 2 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 13814.106195656 (in Acres.) 3.41354 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 5359.80 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 10000 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals dry No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 15 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 15 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 20000 Periodicals 3 Dailies 5 Reference Books 100 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool Yes Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel Yes Health and Medical Check up Yes
  23. World Way International School was founded in the year 2004. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1030248 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Mahendra Shiksha Samiti, Madhya Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of SWATI KHEMARIA. There are a total of 26 rooms, 3 Labs, and 2 Library present in the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 26 3 2 3 0 23 20234 6070 View full school
  24. World Way International School was founded in the year 2004. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1030248 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Mahendra Shiksha Samiti, Madhya Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of SWATI KHEMARIA. There are a total of 26 rooms, 3 Labs, and 2 Library present in the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 26 3 2 3 0 23 20234 6070
  25. World Sunrise Public School was founded in the year 2006. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1730492, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It is located in the Dholpur district of Rajasthan and is currently being managed by the World Sunrise Educationn Society, Rajasthan. It is presently under the principal -administration of Shneha Singh, with a total of 21 staff members. There are a total of 21 rooms present in the school. The nearest railway station is Near and it is 1 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Near Distance in KM 1 Nearest Police Station NearLitte far Distance in KM 3 Nearest Nationalised Bank Near Distance in KM 2 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 3 90 I-V 5 80 VI-VIII 3 60 IX-X 0 0 XI-XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 12 25 20 Composite Science Lab 0 0 0 Physics Lab 1 30 25 Chemistry Lab 1 30 25 Biology Lab 1 30 25 Maths Lab 1 30 25 Computer Science Lab 0 0 0 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 40 30 Other Rooms 4 15 20 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 5 5 0 PRTs 6 6 0 TGTs 5 5 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 2 2 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 40468.564 (in Acres.) 10 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 2000 Whether the School at one site or two site ONE Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 26000 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 5 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 5 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 2000 Periodicals 1100 Dailies 300 Reference Books 400 Magazine 200 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool Yes Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel Yes Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
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