One World International School (OWIS), one of Singapore’s premium IB schools has set foot in Bengaluru with its brand of ‘kindness-infused 21st century education’, as part of its global expansion plans targeting the Middle East, India, and Japan.
In Bengaluru, OWIS chain is entering into a strategic partnership with the Silver Oaks International School to set up two city campuses with the global brand which is modelled around an educational framework that combines child-centred teaching with skill-based learning in a digital environment.
With these 2 additional campuses in India, OWIS will have 9 campuses worldwide, including in countries like Japan, Singapore and Saudi Arabia, by the end of year 2023.
According to a release by OWIS, they believe in imbibing values of kindness and respect among students with the intention of building community spirit besides a warm and dynamic environment for learning.
The school aims to nurture students into internationally minded and confident lifelong learners. Its pedagogical offerings include International Baccalaureate (IB) and new-age programmes like arts, sports, music, coding, languages, and use of artificial intelligence.
GSF (Global Schools Foundation , a nonprofit of which the school is a part of) Chairman and Co-founder Atul Temurnikar, said: “It is imperative that OWIS has a presence in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, and caters to the education needs of the locals as well as relocating families, providing them continuous and seamless full-through premium IB education. Through our partnership, we aim to strengthen the values and ethos imparted on students and give them as well as the teacher’s access to our global network.”
Dhanunjaya Vallabhaneni, Managing Director of Silver Oaks International Schools, said: ” This is a significant milestone in improving educational opportunities for all our students and offering them a chance to get international exposure for their development.”
Also Read: Karnataka: Harrow School campus to be ready by May, gears up to welcome first batch of studentsNational, News