Kangaroo Kids Preschools revolve around action-based learning using innovative teaching methods. Our pre-schools are recognized by mainstream schools as institutions
that produce confident, creative and eager learners. They incorporate path-breaking research on the way the brain processes information. The critical years of learning are from birth to age of five, which constitute the Kangaroo Kids preschool years.
Kangaroo Kids instils a lifelong love for learning in our students. We reject the idea that a uniform learning experience is good enough for all children. Instead, we focus on customising learning, keeping in mind that each child is unique and learns differently.
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Billabong High International School delivers learning systems for Primary School [Grade 1-4], Middle School [Grade 5-8] and Secondary School [Grade 9-12].
Billabong High was created as a journey forward with the aim to fire the imagination of children. The continuing goal is to create meaningful and rewarding learning experiences that will remain with the children for the rest of their life. The aim is to create a purpose of learning and allow children to thinkers, innovators and problem solvers and to orchestrate experiences that will result in a natural and integrated development of knowledge, skills and thinking. Overall, we aim to equip all our students with the necessary 21st century life skills.
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Finland International School Maldives is built on experiences and know-how from the Finnish education system in respect of Maldivian culture to cherish students’ joy of learning and to encourage teachers’ pedagogical collaboration leading to success.
The school offers the Finnish National Core Curriculum (FNCC) with adaptations made to fit local culture and environment. Finland International School is the first school to offer the FNCC in the South Asia region.
The school pioneers team teaching with 1 Finnish teacher and 2 local teachers working as teams to teach large group of students in open learning environments.
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of Applied Sciences
Islanders Institute of Applied Sciences (IIAS) is a higher educational institution under Islanders Education with a mandate to bring high quality courses aimed at creating a strong workforce in the country.
IIAS’s initial goal is to offer internationally accredited courses to train teachers for the education sector. The Institute has partnered with British Council to offer it’s international suite of English assessment and competency courses.
IIAS is in the process of creating its own comprehensive teacher training programme that includes pre-service, in-service and part-time courses targeted at improving the quality of teaching and learning while educators are working in schools.
In 2019, IIAS signed an understanding to forge a partnership with Jyvaskyla University of Applied Sciences (JAMK) from Finland and introduce JAMK’s Degree courses in the fields of education, hospitality and entrepreneurship here in the Maldives.
of Special Education
Islanders Institute of Special Education (IISE)’s mission is to ensure equality among differently abled children across IE World Schools.
IISE is certified and offers Psychological and Clinical assessment services to help early identification of children with special educational needs. Based on our assessments team of in-house psychologists and in consultation with regional leading special education institutions, we develop individualized educational plans and therapeutic interventions for each child.
IISE specializes in learning disabilities and has a rich history of experience and practice in following areas:
Autism- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia
Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders