After the successful completion of its first year operation and with the support of all our stakeholders, Kathmandu World School announces ADMISSIONS OPEN from Grade 1 to 8 for the Academic Year 2076.

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The school possesses world–class infrastructure supported by state–of–the–art facilities to provide a kaleidoscope of enriching educational experiences for the holistic development of children under our care.

World-class Infrastructure

The school environment is calm and intentional in order to inspire and facilitate effective learning. All the buildings including the Extra–Curricular Activity (ECA) block incorporate shockproof features to withstand earthquakes and ensure the safety of students.

The classrooms are spacious, air– conditioned and equipped with broadband Internet connection, CCTV and a fire alarm system. The design of the buildings is both aesthetic and utilitarian, and also reflects Nepalese architecture and heritage.

The school has two fully equipped multipurpose halls, well–stocked libraries, modern Science and Computer laboratories, Cafeteria and a Health Care Centre to name a few of the facilities available. A dedicated Extra Curricular Activity (ECA) block presently under construction will provide facilities such as swimming, futsal, several instrument–based music studios and dance facilities, sports and fitness gyms as well as medium–based visual art studios designed with the purpose to broaden avenues for students to unearth and nurture their diverse talents.

Stimulating and Purposeful Learning Environment The school has well– planned and purpose–built classrooms and facilities required for the holistic development of young learners. The environment is calm and intentional in order to inspire and stimulate learning.

Learning Spaces


EXPERIENTIAL
LEARNING

A Hands-on Approach to Learning

The school encourages hands–on activities so that students are directly involved in creating and constructing effective learning experiences rather than being passive recipients of readymade content delivered through one–way lectures. Experiences, inside and outside the classrooms, are integrated with goals and objectives of the curriculum.

Students are required to be actively engaged in posing questions, investigating, experimenting, problem–solving, assuming responsibilities, being creative and constructing meaning. Experiential learning focuses on developing these important skills in our students, helping them to better prepare for higher education, life and beyond.

PARENTAL
ENGAGEMENT

A Proven Formul For Success

Students do well in their education when parents take active and consistent interest in their education. Parental involvement results in the learners getting better grades, having fewer discipline problems and are more likely to be successful in their lives. At KWS, parents are expected to be involved in the learning activities of their children. The school regularly communicates with parents through email, parent–teacher meetings (PTM), notices and SMIS (School Management Information System) to share with them information on school events and their ward’s performance. We discuss ways to help students learn more effectively at school and at home. The Parent–Teacher Association (PTA) of the school will work with the school team to enhance the learner’s school experience, and foster closer relationship among parents, the faculty and the wider school community.

SERVICE
LEARNING

Connecting Curriculum with Community Service

We encourage our students to appreciate their community and contribute positively to society in general. One of our core values is “compassion” and the students are given opportunities to learn the true essence of “giving”, be it in kind, time or effort. They will be able to participate in charitable activities and programmes that serve not only the local community but also the wider national needs in various areas. Students will collectively be required to brainstorm about needs of the community, plan and organize ways to help, raise funds, implement their plans, and once their work has been completed, reflect and evaluate the efficacy of their efforts.

The goal of community service will thus develop a sense of empathy towards the less fortunate, and foster social responsibility.

Students, through various clubs such as, Leadership Club, Environment Club, Debating Club, Book Club, MUN (Model United Nations), etc. will be involved in conceptualizing, organizing and implementing a host of events in the school which will help them develop their self–confidence, instill a sense of belongingness, and develop organizational and leadership skills.

Our Core Strengths

Experiential Learning: A Hands-on Approach to Learning

The school encourages hands–on activities so that students are directly involved in creating and constructing effective lea ...

Faculty: Dedicated to Excellence through Rigorous Professional Development

Our faculty members are highly accomplished, experienced and dedicated individuals and are driven by values that place studen ...

Visionary and Experienced Leadership: Leading the School Forward

The KWS leadership team comprise individuals with a wealth of experience in the management of schools and the varied aspects ...

Holistic Development: Connectedness of mind, body and spirit

When Plato wrote about education in ‘The Republic’, he proposed a holistic curriculum that requires a balance of training in ...

Service Learning: Connecting Curriculum with Community Service

We encourage our students to appreciate their community and contribute positively to society in general. One of our core valu ...

Parental Engagement in Education: A Proven Formula for Success

Students do well in their education when parents take active and consistent interest in their education. Parental involvement ...

Value-based Education

Our goal is to instill the eastern values of community spirit with the western values of individuality and independence in th ...