Our Students

New Vision International School is a distinctive, energetic, and welcoming community characterized by strong friendships, stimulating course work enhanced by the IB Education system, inspiring connections with peers and staff, and rich experiences beyond the classroom. Throughout these diverse facets of a New Vision experience, students encounter ideas that shape their thoughts, beliefs, actions, and character for the rest of their lives. This is a time rich with opportunity, and this site will provide you with the information, direction, and resources for most everything you will need as a student here.
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The Preschool is a fun filled program designed to enhance the development of the whole child.  We have experienced, dedicated and nurturing staff members to make preschool a rewarding experience for your child.

The Transition Kindergarten class is dedicated to preparing your child for the PYP Program.  We nurture students academically by teaching handwriting,   reading/language arts, and number readiness.  


In our Kindergarten class, students enjoy lots of "events" throughout the year.  A favourite is the Mothers Day event.  Parents and students prepare an entire Mothers  Day meal in their practical life area while studying values and importance of family.  Other traditions Eid El Adha party, school end of year production and many other events.

Primary School

We firmly believe that the best way for our students to learn is naturally linked to daily life and transdisciplinary, that is to say not limited by the boundaries of traditional disciplines but rather strengthened by them. The PYP is a program through which all students are engaged on a level that matches their developmental phase. The PYP is based both on extensive research and vast experience. It uses quality teaching strategies from various national and independent schools as well as IB World Schools, thus offering a consistent program of international education.

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Middle School

 The Middle School  program is designed to meet the needs of the students grades five through eight as they become mature, independent workers and thinkers.  Students are expected to be personally responsible in a framework that allows for intellectual curiosity and the development of positive moral and social values. 

The student is at the heart of the model; everything centres around the student and the development of the IB Learner Profile character traits within the student. Through Approaches to Learning (ATL), students develop skills to learn. Our teachers use Approaches to teaching that challenge students to think, question, and work with others. Students’ disciplinary understanding is underpinned by concepts, which enable them make connections between disciplines and place their learning into real-world global contexts. Service connects learning in the classroom to the real world through action in the local and global community. The Personal Project is a student-centred practical exploration of their personal interests, which assesses students’ ATL skills. The Personal Project is completed in Grade 10 in the last year of the MYP. The eight subject groups are offered as multiple disciplines. Connections between subjects are often made clear through interdisciplinary projects. International-mindedness of the programme helps our students develop into responsible global citizens. As such, we work with our students to be open to diverse cultures, speak multiple languages.


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IB Diploma

The International Baccalaureate Programme (IB) is a course of study designed to meet the educational requirements of students aged between 16 and 18 years. The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is a well-rounded, rigorous course of study, devised to develop students with skills for the 21st Century, who are informed global citizens. It aims to help students to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills they need to participate actively and responsibly in a changing and increasingly interrelated world.

The programme reflects the IB commitment to internationalism through second language learning and through some literature requirements in English. The programme includes learning outside the classroom through the extended essay and the community, and to independent learning through research.