About Good Will

Welcome to Good Will Children Private School, established in 1991. We are dedicated to fostering global citizenship and academic excellence, empowering students to become compassionate leaders embracing diversity while maintaining local identity. As an accredited Cambridge international education, small class sizes, and focus on wellbeing create a nurturing environment for personalized learning. With a close-knit community, we support each child’s unique journey, guided by our core values of respect, responsibility, tolerance, excellence, and citizenship. Together, we empower minds and enrich souls, preparing students to make a positive impact in our changing world.

Our Key Characteristics

1. Cambridge Curriculum

With an emphasis on English, Mathematics, Science and Arabic subjects, like Islamic Studies, Quran as well as providing an environment that respects traditional moral values, we make sure that your child is well-prepared for the outside world and remain aware of their culture.

The Cambridge Curriculum has a clearly defined series of academic and other objectives at every level. Our system is divided into:

At the end of Stage, progress is examined via individual teacher assessment against the Cambridge Curriculum Attainment Targets for all subjects.

The students are taught to learn by questioning, problem-solving and creative thinking rather than by the mere retention of facts, hence giving them analytical and creative thinking skills that they will need in the working world. A variety of teaching and assessment methods designed to develop independent thought as well as a mastery of the subject matter is used. The curriculum also provides a wide range of extra-curricular activities that students enjoy.

2. Holistic Development And Inclusive Education

At our school, education is renowned for concerning itself with the development of the whole personality. Learning is important, but not enough in itself. Young people need to develop their potential to explore and discover the world around them, to think for themselves and form opinions, to relate to others, to develop their bodies through sport and physical education, and to gain experience in taking responsibility. We place great emphasis to meet the needs of all students, stretching brighter children and supporting those who need it through differentiated teaching and learning activities. The curriculum extends and excites all students, whatever their interests or ability. Through it, teachers are able to identify, celebrate and nurture the talents and intelligences of students.

3. International Mindedness And Global Awareness

One of the most essential life skills is developing an understanding of, and a respect for others. We embrace this concept through nurturing and fostering this respect for one another within both our immediate community and the world in which we live. We encourage our children to identify similarities rather than differences among cultures and to celebrate and respect other people’s beliefs, opinions, and customs.

4. Problem Solving And Critical Thinking Skills

We place significant value on the development of problem solving and thinking skills. We recognize that the process of reaching an outcome is as important as the activity or content of a lesson. Our students learn to investigate and hypothesize rather than just read about scientific facts. Children at Good Will Children Private School learn how to research, interpret and develop enquiry skills rather than merely learning by rote.

5. Technology In Our Classrooms

Technology in the classroom is a part of teaching and learning at Good Will Children Private School. The ICT curriculum covers a range of theory and practical topics which teach the children the increasing importance of technology in our lives. Children are taught these skills in a well-resourced ICT laboratory applying these skills in their everyday learning on computers and interactive smart boards in each classroom. In addition, the use of tablet devices, and software technology is included into the curriculum to help students better understand abstract ideas.