Effective engagement in a school requires effective communication and collaboration among all stakeholders. At Adani International School, our community including dedicated staff, including teachers, students, and parents, aim to work together to create an inclusive and supportive learning environment for our students that fosters growth and development.
We ensure our school’s effective communication allows teachers, students, and parents to share ideas and concerns, discuss expectations, and build trust. It happens in many forms, from regular parent-teacher conferences to classroom newsletters to student-teacher discussions.
In our school, collaboration takes many forms, such as group projects, peer mentoring, or cross-curricular activities. We encourage students to develop teamwork, leadership, and problem-solving skills and foster a sense of shared responsibility for the learning process.
Encouraging students to explore their interests and passions helps to develop curiosity and critical thinking skills. By allowing students to ask questions, investigate, and seek answers, they learn to think for themselves and develop their understanding of the world around them.
We encourage curiosity in students, which helps to create a space for exploration and discovery where our young learners are motivated to learn and discover new things. It develops critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and creativity as children seek to understand the world around them.
By fostering critical thinking skills, our educators motivate students who are independent and reflective learners to engage with new ideas and make informed decisions based on evidence and reason.
Encouraging creativity and challenging students to reach beyond their comfort zones helps to foster growth and development. By creating opportunities for students to take risks, experiment, and innovate, we help create a culture of continuous improvement and learning.
We foster creativity in students to help them develop a range of skills, including critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication. It also enables them to create a sense of curiosity and exploration, letting them to take risks and experiment with new ideas.
Challenges for Adanians involves setting high expectations and pushing themselves beyond their comfort zones. We challenge students to develop a growth mindset where they see mistakes and failures as opportunities to learn and improve.
Holistic development also requires understanding the connections between people and the world around them. By developing compassion and empathy, we help students appreciate the importance of social responsibility and global citizenship and their role in creating a better world.
We strive to develop empathy and compassion in our students so they learn to see the interconnectedness of all things. By fostering connections, our teachers enable learners to engage with complex ideas, think critically, and develop innovative solutions to real-world problems.
Compassion involves understanding and feeling empathy for others and acting with kindness and care towards them. We encourage compassion in students to develop a sense of social responsibility and a commitment for making a positive impact on the world around them.
Our focus is on inquiry-based learning. Students are encouraged to ask questions, investigate problems, and explore solutions, working independently and in groups to develop their unique projects. Projects may be interdisciplinary in nature, combining multiple subjects and areas of study, and may be designed to address real-world issues or challenges.
At Adani International School, Project-based learning is a key element of our educational philosophy, and we strive to incorporate this approach into all aspects of our curriculum. It is an innovative approach to teaching and learning that emphasises student-centred, hands-on, and real-world learning experiences.
We believe learning is most effective when it is experienced first-hand. That's why we have incorporated experiential learning into our educational philosophy. Experiential learning engages students in hands-on activities and real-world experiences that enable them to connect theory to practice and develop a deeper understanding of the concepts they are learning.