|Gandhi Memorial International School Bali
Hometown: Bali, Indonesia
Web site: http://www.gandhibali.org/
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Gandhi Memorial International School Bali, a dynamic learning community, propagates lifelong learning and responsible citizenship through a challenging, multidisciplinary, internationally transferable curriculum fulfilling the diverse needs of students. The school provides an atmosphere where diversity is considered a strength and where differences are seen as assets. We believe that students must value and respect the culture and traditions of our host country, Indonesia.
The school aims to develop self-confidence in each student; to teach adaptability and problem solving skills to face changes which are vital elements of emerging globalism and to develop good personal traits which include a strong ethic, self-discipline, sportsmanship and positive self-esteem.
There is an emphasis on high academic standards. Although English is the principal medium of instruction, Bahasa Indonesia, Mandarin, Hindi or French studies are part of the curriculum. The school encourages students to learn their mother tongue along with English.
The school also encourages students through various outreach programmes, to develop respect and empathy for fellow human beings and their rights, regardless of race, creed or gender.
The school has a firm belief in the Gandhian philosophy :
“By education I mean drawing out the best in body, mind and soul.”
Music, Video, Image and Lyric Samples:
dedication.doc - Harmony @ Gandhi Memorial International School, Bali! Here at our school in Bali, Indonesia we would like to dedicate this performance, one of many from around the world, to the musician Daniel Pearl; a symbol of world hope for Peace without Borders, Mus
worldmusicdays2012.doc - World Music Days 2012 “Harmony for Humanity” 11th Annual Daniel Pearl’s 30.10.2012 Gandhi Memorial International School Bali, Indonesia 1. “I’d like to teach the world to sing” - Junior school choir and guitarist ensemble 2. “Colors of the wind”