Origin – No Bar

GGIS is a blessed space. We work in a time and space where education through diversity is respected.

An immediate example of this is our student body. With students from more than 10 different nationalities including French, Spanish, Australian, Indonesian, Korean, American, Canadian, Japanese and other dozen Indian states (as good as different countries in terms of diversity), our classrooms are always abuzz with varying points of view.

Diversity is of a great help when we talk about global issues. Discussion of issues like human action, animal extinction, migration, child safety etc. derive a far broader and deeper meaning than with homogeneous classrooms. For instance, when our Grade 2 was learning about migration as a unit of inquiry and its pull and push factors. We had a few examples within the classroom of parents who have migrated to different places for various reasons. Everything right from how the travel was planned to how they settled in a new city to the challenges they faced was discussed. No amount of videos or stories could have made the topic as engaging as having a live example in the class.

Diversity also helps children learn factual information.

Just compare the following statements-

Canada has the largest number of fresh-water lakes in the world.

v/s

Do you know that Frida’s country, Canada, has the largest number of huge freshwater lakes in the world? And the people there use it for all kind of water sports and recreation. Frida can you share something about it?

See how a random vague nugget of information suddenly becomes highly fascinating when shared in the context of their classmate? And it goes without saying that this helps create far deeper learning.

Even with poles apart differences in culture, we have seen children transcend, gender, social and language barriers and communicate with each other in a way that only children can. They remind us every day that these differences are too trivial to stop them from learning, loving or playing with each other.

Australia

Australia

Yajushi

Belgium

Belgium

Verushka

France

France

Noa

Japan

Kotaro

Spain

Spain

Selenia

USA

USA

Satya

TheGGIS, one of the best CBSE & International School in Ahmedabad. For higher grade  GGIS offers Cambridge board as well. If you are looking for Top CBSE School in Ahmedabad, GGIS is perfect choice. Admission are open in  GGIS Gems Genesis International School in Ahmedabad. TheGGIS is perfect education place for expat & NRI . GGIS is best choice for IGCSE board as well.

CONTACT US

Visit us at our school to know more about us.

GEMS Genesis International School
Near Vaishnodevi Circle,
Ahmedabad - 382421
Or call us at 0 9274022333 / 0 9274022444

Locate us on Google Maps

DROP US A MAIL

Hello GGIS,
I would like to inquire about -

From:

Phone: