Global Indian International School Singapore (GIIS)
Learn more about the Global Indian International School Singapore
Since our beginning in 2002, we’ve gone a long way. GIIS had a small presence at Mount Sophia in Singapore at the time, with only 48 students. We have expanded to seven countries in the last 16 years . We are now a premier international school in Singapore, providing Indian and international curricula to students from all walks of life. At Global Indian International School Singapore (GIIS), we get dedicated to providing students with a world-class education. We make every member of our society an equal collaborator in the learning process by adopting the cultural ideal of “Schools That Learn.”
Global Indian International School Singapore (GIIS) was founded in 2002 and has since grown throughout Southeast Asia, Japan, the Middle East, and India.
- Our Vision
Our mission has been to become a global role model for teaching and learning since our inception. We want to prepare students for moral, healthy, productive, and successful lives.
- Our Mission
We seek to live up to our mission by holistically nurturing our students’ minds, bodies, and spirits, allowing them to boldly pursue their passions and put their abilities to good use.
- Our Core Philosophy
At GIIS, we follow Mahatma Gandhi’s principles to bring our purpose and vision to life. It’s how we support students’ development as they prepare for college and beyond.
- These fundamental values guide all we do:
- Information and metrics get used to managing.
- Adaptability and agility
- Integrity, honesty, and ethical behavior
- Teamwork comes before knowledge.
- Mentor, coach, and make an impact.
- Learning Environment
- Policy on Quality
To that aim, we developed the structure below to assist us on track with our vision and objectives.
- Quality Management System Compliance
- Best Practices are shared.
- Stakeholder satisfaction surveys provide actionable feedback.
Extracurricular activities are activities that occur outside of the GIIS classroom and aid in the development of students’ personalities and physical talents. They are an essential aspect of our Nine Gems curriculum. Students who excel in these after-school activities at our international school in Singapore are eligible to join the Gold Squad Program, which provides additional, rigorous training under the supervision of expert coaches. There are several athletic activities to select from, including:
- Junior Athletics
- Table tennis
Co-curricular activities extend what students learn in the classroom through talent shows, performances, contests, clubs, and extracurricular activities.
These organizations and activities allow our students to pursue hobbies and academic areas in which they are interested. Our primary goal in all innovation and co-curricular activities is to ignite passion and provide a fun way for students to discover and embrace the spirit of never-ending learning, both inside and outside the classroom. The following is a sample list:
- Single Stroke Flower Painting
- Fine Arts Programme
- Carnatic Vocal Music
- Explorers Club
- Hindustani Vocal Music
- Design Thinking
- Robotics Club
- Folk Painting (Warli and Madhubani Painting)
- Environment Club
- Artificial Intelligence
- Home Decor (Kolam/Rangoli & Cooking without fire)
- Art & Craft: Doll Making & Bead Art, Origami & Clay Modelling
- Ceramics and Clay Modelling
- Science Clubs
- Art of Beading
- Aryabhatta Club
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