Helping someone, or some community, in need can be a powerful and yet humbling feeling. And research suggests that only does serving others make us feel good, it makes our whole communities better, too.
It’s no accident then, that a commitment to community service is built right into our holistic 9 GEMS™ model at all GIIS campuses. We provide...
Learning to work hard and play fair, both in and out of the classroom, is a lesson we teach at every GIIS campus. We offer sports participation to students of all abilities across a large range of activities from basketball, tennis, soccer, athletics and yoga to Taekwondo and badminton, plus our Gold Squad Training programme for promising and...
Proponents of quality education agree that a rigorous academic preparation will provide students with a solid foundation that will grant them access to enter any number of career fields. At GIIS, our understanding of a comprehensive, quality education takes a holistic approach to preparing students with the kinds of skills required by the...
Playing games has always been an exciting part of growing up for us all. We recollect with happiness our childhood games and gadget free days. Sports is a great way to make friends and be healthy as well.
Here are 4 reasons why we think playing traditional games is good for kids.
Does not require expensive gear
Indian traditional games like –
In our previous blog post, “The Entrepreneur Imperative, Part I” we covered why entrepreneurship is so important. But is it something you have to be born with, or is it something you can learn? We resoundingly come down on the “learn” side of the argument. Which begs the question: How do we do it? Here’s a closer look.
At GIIS we believe that entrepreneurs are essential to the future. And because we are dedicated to training the next generation of global thinkers, it follows that cultivating the spirit of innovation -- along with the skills which support entrepreneurship -- among our students is a mission-critical endeavor.