Chairman’s Message

Yusuff Ali M.A.

We live in a society where parents take utmost care of their children. To motivate their children and to help them work towards success and prosperity they strive to provide them with the best living condition, best school, best learning outcome, communicative skills, effective preparation for competitive exams, latest gadgets and so on.

At the same time, how do we prepare children for life itself? How should they address conflict, disappointment and misfortune? How will they overcome a setback?

The purpose of a school is to develop the skills and intelligence of its children.  At the same time a school should also prepare them for life by developing their emotional intelligence and making them God-fearing, resilient, caring, adaptive, reflective, and open-minded to adjust to new situations.

This develops confidence to take risks, be innovative and enterprising. We should strive to prepare our children not merely for economic independence and prosperity but also to face life’s challenges with confidence and happiness.

As we all know, globally, the education system is upgraded regularly and is going through tremendous changes. To adapt to these fast changes and advancement, I am happy that our Abu Dhabi Indian School is providing our students the right tools that best develop the adults of tomorrow. The school is working to produce physically, mentally and socially vibrant citizens who are committed to the development of a strong nation. Eventually the children must leave the school as a complete human being with all the skills required for the 21stcentury. Students are our greatest asset and we should strive to provide them the very best education to enable them to become confident, independent and progressive world citizens.

The physical, intellectual, spiritual, social and psychological formation received in one’s school speaks volumes about the individual and the institution. At ADIS,  we provide all our students with a safe learning environment and the opportunity to develop into well- rounded responsible citizens.

I am confident that the days spent in ADIS will help all our students to achieve real success in life.