A school plays a central role in developing and nurturing the unique talents of every child as well as in shaping their character. In a fast-changing world, driven by scientific and technological innovations and characterized by new challenges and uncertainties, the way children learn today and the way they will work tomorrow are redefining the contours of teaching and learning.
At Indian School- Dar es Salaam, we are always guided by our philosophy of providing children happy and rewarding learning experiences, while continuously incorporating the distinct features of a school of the future, so we foster in them the 21st century skills: critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication. As we are here to serve a global community, we assist internationally-mobile families in making a smooth transfer to any school system or graduate to universities world-wide.
We have a diverse group of students and teachers who possess a global perspective. We invest wisely in our human resources for the professional development of our staff and they in turn see themselves as part of the world-wide educational community. Our dedicated and caring teachers are our building blocks. They teach our children not just with their minds but with their hearts, making learning enjoyable and rewarding, and instilling in them sound values. They inspire our children to believe in themselves and think big.
Our students’ accomplishments over the years and our reputation as one of the top schools exemplify the uniqueness and relevance of our education model – an international school with an Indian mind, an Indian heart, and an Indian soul; a happy school that celebrates the holistic development and well-being of every learner.
In our scheme of things we promote high standards of achievement and provide space for our students to flourish. The ‘Indian soul’ of the school goes well beyond festivals and food in that it permeates all that we do.
As parents and teachers, it is our commitment to adopt ways and means to channelize the talents and energy of our students into creative community building. With this noble sense of purpose may I request all staff, parents and well wishers to join hands as we take “Indian School – Dar es Salaam” to greater heights.
I look forward to meeting each one of you personally.
Have a great school year!