Sai Sishya International School
School Closure due to Covid-19
Approximately 90% of students are Indian nationals. The remaining students represent the following countries – Japan, Chinese, Vietnam, The Philippines, Uzbekistan, and Sri Lanka. Currently, there are 15 different languages represented in our student population.
SSIS teachers and staff also represent a variety of nationalities – Japanese, Indian, American, French, and South African.
Our students home language
The IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) forms the basis for the teaching and learning that takes place at SSIS. The PYP offers an integrated transdisciplinary approach which closely represents real world experiences for the students. This approach allows students to recognize that the different disciplines are connected and used together in various situations. The PYP also focuses on international-mindedness as well as academic outcomes. Some of the major goals of the PYP are to create students who are life-long learners, leaders, thinkers, and problem solvers. The PYP provides learning opportunities for students through the Units of Inquiry.Kindergarten students explore four units during the academic year, while primary students explore all six units.
We offer the IB PYP curriculum. We have a diverse staff helping educate and shape the young minds of our students. We lead students to a brighter future and we become partners in discover
The curriculum that we offer lets students learn while demonstrating hands on skills which enhances their learning in the future. This lets our students become the best they can be.
Music will make your kids more creative and let them use their creative skills.
Swimming Is A Life Skill That Many Children Enjoy. It Is A Fun Sport That Increases A Child’s Ability And Is Helps Keep Our Students Fit And Have An Enjoyable Time
The arts in education provides students with the opportunity to engage the mind, the body and emotions into a collaborative expression.
Cooking is a valuable life skill that teaches children about nutrition and food safety, as well as building math, science, literacy and fine motor skills