From the Principal's Desk
Don Bosco’s vision of education has stood the test of time for over 200 years and continues in the same spirit – child centric, focusing all energy on the physical, emotional, academic and spiritual growth of the individual child. Every one of them unique, every one, special. This experience of more than 200 years of education, has given us a firm understanding that education has NOT changed, just the methodology in imparting and imbibing the dynamic requirements of a demanding new world. DBIS’s adaptive skills has innovatively transformed our students into agile and thoughtful learners.
Our way of teaching is through the encouragement of personal and community expression, giving young people opportunities, for leadership, for talent development, growing up as honest citizens, capable of contributing positively to the betterment of society. The harmonious blend of the preventive and expressive methords distinguishes our educational approach from other approaches. We believe that there is no such thing as a “bad child”: In every youngster, a point of goodness is accessible, and it is the primary duty of the educator to discover that spot, that sensitive chord of the heart so as to draw out the best in the young person.
In recognition of the “goodness approach”, the holiness in the individual, Don Bosco International School has embarked on a green world mission, through care and love for nature and not in fear of a reprisal, existing or perceived. We believe that a positive approach will be oxygenating our future.
Don Bosco’s pedagogy became the cornerstone of DBIS in the year 2014 and in this sixth year we achieve first of our milestones with our first batch of students appearing for their IGCSE examination in the month of March / April 2020.
Don Bosco International School is committed to its vision and will continue to innovate to be well ahead of time, empowering our children to face the challenges of the world, albeit with a difference. We will always focus on the child as an Individual, unique and desirous of self-fulfillment.
We encourage our parents to participate actively through the PTA. Together we will bond as a family, where learning is a pleasure and a bright infectious smile an indication of individual achievement.
Ms. Meena Saldanha