Why Choose FWS

We are the first ever school in valley to follow an international curriculum and adopt activity based learning with the aid of technology for greater visual and auditory impact. Whatever your chosen class/standard, your Child will benefit from the total FOUNDATION experience, both physically, academically, spiritually and socially.

The FWS Kindergarten & Primary

The experiences of early childhood can shape a child’s future. By the time this period is over, children will have formed basic concepts of the world around them. Kindergarten helps children acquire essential knowledge, concepts, skills, attitudes and actions that will affect their personal, social and future development, their relationships and their future achievement.

FWS Primary Years Programme is founded on the following aspirations for children:

To grow up as competent and confident learners and communicators, healthy in mind, body and spirit, secure in their sense of belonging and in the knowledge that they make a valued contribution to society. FWS encourages children to see learning as both enjoyable and useful and it provides a foundation for future intellectual, social and physical development.

There is a strong emphasis on providing a stimulating and engaging learning environment, oral language development and opportunities for thinking, problem-solving and experimenting.

The programme also includes opportunities for self-expression and discovery. The learning activities at this early age are designed to build on the children’s natural curiosity and inquiry. In addition to the key learning areas of Language, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies, students participate in specialist classes, including Physical Education, Swimming and Art.

Experienced teachers ensure that children have a positive start to learning. Following a major review of all aspects of kindergarten and Primary education, we are committed to creating rich, highly interactive, personalized learning environments designed to help your Child to reach his / her potential and to prepare your ward for the future.

  • International Curriculum (Cambridge Centre Number IN094) www.cambridgeinternational.org
  • Psychological support.
  • English speaking.
  • Spiritual instruction to install values.
  • Safety and control.
  • Attractive child friendly premises and facilities.
  • Healthy snacks and regular drinking regime.
  • Extracurricular activities (regular outside school trips).
  • Individual approach.
  • Regular parent meetings.
  • Regular monitoring and evaluation of children.