Gaaf Dhaal Atoll School was established on 13th December 1984. The School was at a challenging stage in its development. We have moved on to newer frontiers in terms of our external examinations; Cambridge O’Levels and IGCSE. We must be prepared for these changes in order to bring positive gains in students attainment. For this wee need to have clear structures and responsibilities within administration, and school management. In this way we can respond to day-to-day, termly and yearly tasks more effectively and could respond to changes without being overwhelmed.
There is only one true purpose for any school: Learning. Gaaf Dhaal Atoll School is a learning community.
We want the students who are in Gaaf Dhaal Atoll School to enjoy learning, to have an intensity of purpose about their learning. We cannot teach them everything while they are here, but we can pass the necessary skills, knowledge and attitudes they would need to continue learning for the rest of their lives, thus they would wish to continue their education. We must show them that it can be enjoyable, enriching, and fulfilling experience.
” Self-esteem – Towards Success “
- Provides a friendly atmosphere
- Develop life-long learners
- Models professionalism
- Attain high level of achievement
Nurturing academic excellence and leadership development.
- Engage intellectually
- Strive for something great
- Respect for others
- Act with integrity
- Own your actions
- The well-being and education of our children are vital to the future of our society.
- Every individual has a contribution to make to society and has a responsibility to do so. The quality of our school directly affects the quality of our community.
- As Muslims, our nation upholds Islamic values and traditions.
- All students and staff can learn.
- Self-discipline and challenging learning experiences are necessary for students to reach their potential.
- Learning is a life-long process.
- People are our most important resources.
- Each and individual has worth and deserves respect.
- Everyone shares in the responsibility for educating our students.
- Parents have the responsibility to be meaningfully involved with their child’s education