Life @ BIS

A million quotes would not be able to bring out the kind of work that teachers do. It is indeed an ever changing scenario. Teachers need to adapt to changes and keep their minds open to such change, yet not lose the texture of the fabric at hand. Moulding the citizens of tomorrow.

Bahrain Indian School has always stood a class apart, wherever they may have set their foot on. Here at Bhavans Bahrain we have embarked on a journey to bring to the Bahrain a ray of light from the shores of India.

The management has ensured that the staff here have a sense of ‘being a step ahead of their counterparts in other schools’. The teaching methodologies are updated from time to time to suit the needs of children and care is taken to ensure that students are never overloaded with study assignments. The fact that the entire campus is networked 24 hours is indeed a blessing. Students and teachers have access to their study/work material thanks to the ICT.

The school is young still and gearing up steadily to face the demands of the upcoming student community. Teachers have immense scope of nurturing their skills as the work culture at Bhavans asks for a lot of team work and active participation of the various departments at all times. Teamwork has been the key word. Integrated Learning is the tagline.

Good management policies keep the teachers secure and motivated and is indeed one of the highlights of working at Bhavans Bahrain.

“Ideal teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross, then having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create bridges of their own.” — Nikos Kazantzakis

And thus the building of bridges goes on at Bhavans Bahrain.

BIS would be following the curriculum specified by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi and would be affiliated with the Board for Grades 9 – 12. There are presently close to 20,000 schools in India and around 2,000 schools outside of India, which follow the curriculum specified by the CBSE.

Defined, structured and compact, the focus of the Curriculum is to help develop holistic individuals through co-scholastic school based evaluation, instill values through an integrated curricular approach, develop innovations in teaching-learning methodologies by devising student friendly and student centered paradigms, among others.

The emphasis of the curriculum remains on the application of knowledge. The school would successfully link its vision with the CBSE curriculum rationale to ensure that the foundations of the curriculum is meticulously followed in the school.