The Gulf International School, Muscat aim is to develop the integral potential within every young person. The School at present runs classes for Kindergarten 1, Kindergarten 2, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3 and Grade 4 levels and will successively grow each year. The School has international mix of students hailing from over 24 diverse nationalities and teachers and support staff hailing from 10 different countries.
This school is located in the pleasant neighborhood of Madinat Sultan Qaboos in Muscat. The school provides an exceptional learning environment for young children setting out on a journey of self-discovery and exploration of the world around. The teams behind the vision and formation of the Gulf International School come from well-known backgrounds and have been involved in the field of education in the Sultanate of Oman for a long time.
The Gulf International School is a non-selective, co-educational, English medium school started in September 2013. GIS aims at nurturing students from Kindergarten to Year 13. The school is home to young people from the local and emigrant communities, thus creating a prosperous and multiethnic learning environment.
The syllabus is framed around the British National Curriculum with appropriate changes taking in to concern an international mixture of students and their necessities. The students at GIS are managed by a group of highly skilled staff, thus providing a very engaging and creative teacher – pupil interaction.
Vision of GIS
Our Vision is to form a community of young students who are:
1. Assured to be imaginative, communal, logical, critical and consistent.
2. Ready and prepared to meet the chances offered in a moving and complex world.
3. Motivated by a sense of determination, care and responsibility toward other people and the environment.
4. Understanding and respectful of the variety of traditions in the world while preserving their own cultural individuality and morals.
Mission of GIS
The GIS, Muscat will develop each child into a global citizen, bold enough to dream and shape a world they wish to be a part of by:
1. Starting, shaping and developing the learning process.
2. Constructing student-centred classrooms that cater for each child and nurture independent learning.
3. Helping young people learn and grow in confidence through knowledge.
4. Inspiring brilliance in academics, arts and sports.
5. Giving choice and inspiration to each child’s creativeness.
6. Cultivation a spirit of team work and friendship.
7. Fostering an awareness of our role in the world as humans.
8. Building an intergenerational community of teachers, students and their families.
For more information visit http://giseduom.com