Global Indian International School Blog

    5 things to consider when searching for Indian Schools in Singapore

    February 10, 2020

    Many parents who are relocating from India to Singapore are searching for a good school where their child can receive an excellent education in an international yet familiar environment.

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    Three tips on looking for a school in Singapore

    January 10, 2020

    Singapore is renowned for its education system. The nation is home to many private and public schools. Public schools are overseen by the Ministry of Education where seats are limited for  foreign students. Most children of expats attend private international schools.

    If you are relocating to Singapore and wondering how to provide the best...

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    A robust primary school programme at GIIS

    January 3, 2020

    Author Jess Lair said: "Children are not things to be moulded, but are people to be unfolded." This belief is the basis of the Primary Programme at GIIS which aims to shape students to grow into their own personalities by providing them with maximum exposure in academics and non-academic arenas.

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    5 things that make Singapore Unique

    June 10, 2019

    Singapore is a small but prosperous island nation that has a lot to offer when it comes to quality of life and individual growth. Although a little red dot on the world map, the country is very conducive for families and raising kids in a happy and safe environment.

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    Why and How to Encourage Spirit of Inquiry in Children

    March 27, 2019

     

     

    When a child is being educated, they need to do more than just memorise facts and reiterate the thoughts and findings of those who came before them. Rather, throughout their schooling, they need to be able to continue to explore the natural curiosity that is present in all children. One challenge that all instructors face in the world today...

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    Schools must be safe havens for children

    February 2, 2019

     

     

     

    Schools must be safe havens for children to learn. GIIS considers any threat to a child’s safety as a serious threat to the education process. Any disruption negatively affects our school and learning environment. From securing the physical school environment against violence to protecting students against cyber threats, GIIS takes...

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    Education in Singapore: What Should Expat Parents Look For?

    December 18, 2018

     

     

    If you're relocating to Singapore and wondering how to provide the best education for your child, it's important to consider not just a school's fee structure but also what programme is available. When selecting the right educational setting for your children at the best price, it's helpful to know the varying factors involved.

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    Why Communication Skills are important for Academic Success

    November 2, 2018

    Communication is complex and takes many forms. Students who master the subtleties of oral communication and non-verbal cues are better-prepared to articulate their ideas, show empathy toward others and constructively resolve a conflict. Compared to those who struggle to express themselves, effective communicators are more likely to succeed and...

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    How 21st Century Learning is Preparing Students to be Global Leaders

    October 19, 2018

    At Global Indian International School (GIIS) in Singapore, we understand that to be successful in today's diverse society, students need more than the traditional classroom experience. In addition to a solid foundation in mathematics, science and the humanities, we emphasise effective collaboration, healthy communication and core values.

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    Inspiration Behind the GIIS SMART Campus at Punggol

    October 4, 2018

     In 2015, top teachers from GIIS Singapore were tapped to help provide input on how their dream school would appear. Ideas were discussed, solutions proposed and innovative approaches brought to the table. Architects from around the globe, including Australia, Japan, New York and Singapore, were then retained to bring those ideas to life. The...

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