Aims & Objectives

Aims :

(a.) To develop an understanding and appreciation of the global dimension of our world and of the

knowledge, skills, values and mindset needed to be responsible citizens.

(b.) To make children be aware and appreciative of their history, culture and traditions, whilst being

open to other cultures and alternative views of the world.
(c.) To provide a local and global dimension in curriculum and pedagogy by offering a blend of

nationally and internationally acclaimed educational programmes, which serve as the best

preparation for further studies in the world's finest universities.
(d.) To promote global-mindedness, peace and friendship through exchange programmes and

interactions with organizations, institutions and universities from around the world.
(e.) To build a community of competent and caring educators, with rich experience and multi-cultural

perspectives, and provide them continued professional development opportunities.
(f.) To continuously improve the quality of education offered by regular review of curriculum and

adopting best practices.
(g.) To foster the all-round development of children by facilitating their learning in an exciting, inspiring,

challenging and innovative environment.
(h.) To inspire young minds to think creatively and laterally, solve problems and develop a lifelong

enthusiasm for learning, and thus prepare them for future challenges and opportunities. 
(i.) To nurture the talent in each child, to develop them into confident communicators in more than one

language, and as individuals who are principled, reflective and self-directed.
(j.) To encourage children to develop the qualities of self-discipline, positive self-image,

resourcefulness, teamwork and leadership.
( k.) To inculcate attributes of courage and ability to articulate their beliefs and take appropriate

(l.) To provide learning opportunities which appeal to children's multiple intelligences and varied

interests through an eclectic mix of co-curricular activities, and enable them to participate fully

in the richness of school life. 
(m.) To provide a safe, secure and inclusive environment in which each child can enjoy learning and

strive for excellence.
(n.) To provide state-of-the-art facilities, technologies and infrastructure to optimize teaching and

learning outcomes.
(o.) To provide opportunities for children to step beyond the confines of classroom learning and the

immediate context to explore new places and adventures.
(p.) To inculcate in children the values of empathy, compassion and respect towards others and the

environment, and enable them to make a positive and enduring difference to the lives of others.


  • Stimulation of intellectual curiosity in children.
  • Providing opportunities to explore investigate and experiment.
  • Development of desirable social attitudes and manners.
  • Nurturing emotional maturity by guiding the child to express, understand, accept and control his feelings and emotions.
  • Encouragement of aesthetic appreciation.
  • Promotion of healthy habits and basic skills necessary for personal growth.