Good Will Children Private School
Good Will Children Private School was established in 2010 and offers the British Curriculum for students from KG to Grade 8. The school is located in the Mussafah area of Abu Dhabi.
The school offers a broad, balanced and student-centered curriculum covering all major subjects of science and humanity. The curriculum was designed to provide students, parents, and teachers with a clear overview of progress in every education stage with a rigorous and well-organized process. Teachers monitor progress from primary school to the secondary level and encourage achievements. Students of Good Will Children Private School possess strong core academic skills, a broad analytical capacity and will be able to work in the 21st century changing the world.
The Cambridge curriculum was designed to foster critical thinking and creativity skills. Teachers are trained to become active and motivating and help students express their thoughts with trust and help them flourish both academically and personally. The school always strives to find new and creative ways to fuel teaching and learning. Classrooms are integrated with technology such as smart boards and iPads. Good Will Children Private School adopts an inquiry-based approach to learning. The diversity within the school gives students the unique opportunity through social interaction and exciting global initiatives to learn and experience other cultures, languages and belief systems.
The school facilities include a Kindergarten playground with slides and Jungle Jump, Reading corners, Sensory room, Football ground, Gymnasium, Library, Art room, Science laboratory, ICT Lab, Robotics club, 3D printing club, and more.
Language Clubs offered at the school include French Language, Spanish Language, Urdu Language, English Spelling Bee, and Arabic Reading. Kindergarten clubs include Quran Recitation, Board Game, Karate, Mini Cricket, Origami, and Coding. Primary and Secondary clubs and activities include sports such as Football, Basket Ball, Karate, Badminton, Volley Ball, and Table Tennis; STEAM clubs such as Lego Robotics, 3D Printing, , Coding, Short Movie, Eco-Environment, Science, and Construction; Character and Confidence building clubs such as English Drama and English Debate; Crafts , Thinking Skills and Cultural Awareness include Board Games, Chess, Bracelet Making, Cold Cooking, Painting, Debate, and UAE Heritage.
Download the Admissions form from the admission section on the school website, fill in the application form and print out on white A4 paper. Prepare all mandatory documents. Call the reception 025534277 or 0565050851 to make an appointment to meet the admission officer and bring your child with you in order to complete the entry interview and enrollment assessment. Bring the completed admission form along with the required documents. The admission committee will review your application and check your child's result strictly adhering to the School Admission policy. If the child passes the enrollment assessment, the parent can then book a seat by paying a fee of AED 1,000 non-refundable.
Children who do not pass the entry exam will meet with the concerned Head of the Department who will guide and advise them on how to improve their skill set. A support plan will be communicated to ensure the child can bridge the gap in their skills. If the child cannot understand instructions in English and not access the curriculum their application may be rejected.
Extra Curricular Activities
- Arabic Stories
- Art Club
- Lego Club
- Martial Arts
- Qu’ran Studies
- Throw Ball
Miss Naeema Pretorius