The New Indian School
The New Indian School was established in 1983 and follows the curriculum guidelines of the Ministry of Education UAE, the CBSE and the SCERT children from Kindergarten to Grade 12. The school is located in the Al Riqqah area of Umm Al Quwain.
The New Indian School is committed to maintaining its uniqueness by ensuring high-quality education with properly organized and equipped classrooms. Each child in NIS is provided with maximum opportunities to realize their potential in scholastic and co-scholastic areas. The number of activities allows them to approach the curriculum holistically and is comfortably achieved with the objective of well-rounded personality development. The school has a diverse economic base and is located in one of the smallest Emirates of the UAE. The academic program includes all four languages, four subjects and other programs for aesthetic as well as motor skills development.
The New Indian School aims to empower students with knowledge, character, skills, and passion for education to flourish in a diverse and changing 21st-century society.
The school follows a separate curriculum for the Kindergarten children which is the EYFS program (Early Years Foundation Stage). It provides the various skills required primarily for a 4 to 6-year-old. The KG Section students benefit from Smart classrooms using expressionistic techniques and phonemes. By the end of the Kindergarten year, motor skills, fine motor skills, cognitive as well as aesthetic skills will be developed in children.
Students from Grade 1 to Grade 8 follow the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) curriculum based on NCERT. In addition to the CCE programs, the scholastic and co-scholastic fields of students are tested and improvement programs are provided. In addition to languages such as Hindi and Malayalam, non-Indians are allowed to select Additional English as their main language.
Students of Grade 9 and Grade 10 follow the SCERT (State Council of Educational Research and Training) Curriculum. The school chose the State Board because the SCERT curriculum is broad and unique. The main highlights of this curriculum are stability and updated status.
The applicant should fill in the registration form and enclose it with the documents asked for. The date for the receipt and submission of the form is mentioned therein. Registration of the name does not guarantee the admission. The idea of registering the names in advance is, to estimate the probable number of the students seeking admission, to ensure limited number of students in each class, to examine the feasibility of opening new divisions and to create channel to correspond with the parent/ guardian to apprise him of the latest information about the admission. At the time of registration for admission, the required documents mentioned need to be submitted.
Direct admissions will be granted only in K.G.I, K.G.II. and Std.I. Admissions to K.G.II and Std. I will be entertained on the basis of an admission test.
The Final Selection to Grade KG1 will depend on the child’s performance at an assessment session to ascertain his/ her ability in speech and physical developments to attend a pre-school.
All Admissions are subject to MINISTRY’S APPROVAL.
Extra Curricular Activities
- Art Club
- Martial Arts
- Throw Ball
- Vocal Music