Aspire Indian International School to start this academic year 2020-2021

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Aspire Indian International School is Kuwait’s new premium school located in Abbassiya, Kuwait. Aspire is Kuwait’s first Delhi World Public School and will welcome its first set of students in the upcoming academic year April 2020-2021. Aspire marks the fifth school established by its Chairman, Mr. K.O. Mathew, along with his business partners. With nearly 20 years of experience amassed through the establishment of the Creative Children International School for children with special needs and the Canadian Bilingual School, Mr. Mathew brings extensive operational expertise to the table. He is a firm believer of the following: “It is my vision to enrich learning and give students a voice through exposure to various experiences through unparalleled opportunities especially for the Indian community. This is one of the profound reasons behind starting Aspire.”

Aspire Indian International School offers an evolving variety of dance, arts and sports as afterschool clubs within its campus and its students are strongly encouraged and welcome to participate in a wide variety of extracurricular activities. Mr. Mathew stated: “Our mission at Aspire is to nourish young minds and cultivate a spirit for success in academics and sports. This will empower our students and build character to lead successful lives and careers.”

At Aspire Indian International School there are several unique offerings that appeal to parents, students and the school community at large. It begins with a rigorous selection process to select exceptional teachers based on qualifications, merit and experience. School teachers are supported by a seasoned team of educators who will provide professional development and provide them with new methods and tools to aspire young minds in today’s dynamic world. Class sizes are limited to promote low student to teacher ratio to enable more focused individualised attention. Students that require further support are offered academic intervention at different levels tailored for personalised improvement. Classrooms are equipped with smart technology for an enhanced learning experience that help students prepare for their professional lives and real-world challenges. Last but not least, students will have the opportunity to initiate and lead sustainable initiatives to benefit the community and positively impact our environment.

The school has a strong administration team lead by educator and Principal Mrs. Anju Dheman whose 38-year career has produced exceptional CBSE Board exam results, adaptive innovative teaching and the ability to truly connect with young students. Principal Dheman has described her nature as an individual with a never say die attitude where students are encouraged to ask questions in an environment that delivers a liberal yet sound education. Students are given plenty of opportunities to experience teamwork, bring out their sense of adventure, build character, debate and develop confidence and belief in their abilities.

Aspire Indian International School is established under the aegis of the Delhi Word Foundation and its group of schools, the Delhi World Public Schools which were founded by the Government of India former External Affairs Minister Mr. Salman Khurshid and his wife Mrs. Louise Khurshid. The vision of the group is to reach educational excellence through the employment of cutting-edge learning instruments and technology made personable through human touch. The Director of Education at the Delhi Word Foundation and Advisor to Aspire, Dr. Punam Kashyap, is a renowned educator with a 40-year career and a Lifetime Achievement Award winner in education by WIN Foundation and Government of India. Dr. Punam has played a key role in developing seventy schools and has been an instrumental thought leader for devising improvement strategies at schools over her rich career, and also created new teaching methods, overseen curriculum development and provided teacher training.

Aspire Indian International School is currently open for admissions and is also offering a special discount for siblings to join this upcoming academic year. The school welcomes parents who are interested in enrolling their children to meet Principal Dheman and visit for a campus tour of its impressive facilities or visit the school website at Parents with enquiries are encouraged to call +965 5519 5455 to speak with an admissions officer.

Please follow Aspire Indian International School on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with the latest news and information. The school is continually looking for talented teachers to join their team of remarkable educators.

Applicants who share the school’s vision, have the dedication and requisite qualifications are encouraged to visit the website’s careers page


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Restaurant Owner
Monday, February 24, 2020
@Smitha Sanjeev: We doesn''t need the bizness of useless teachers like urself. People like you are a plague to the economy of kuwait & in genral. You think you are doing favor to us? Do your job 1st & re-educate urself thro internet. Shame on you people for manipulating the education system. SHAME ON YOU !!!
God is watching.. we have seen several people like you who earned money through all sorts of illegal methods and finally went back to home country... only to spend it all on medical bills, treatment of cancer/ heart disease, wayward childrens and finally went to grave. People like you deserve it and will get wat is coming ur way !!

Jenson Malabar
Monday, February 24, 2020
@Smitha Sanjeev
Spoken like a real ''teacher''.. you must be very proud of such manipulative and over-smart behaviour by teachers. No wonder current generation of students are equally superficial and know how to get away with destructive behaviours.
In case you were not taught, sick leave is for sickness and not for exam coaching.

More schools should open in Shuwaikh Industrial Area better... plenty of space and far from traffic.

abraham saji
Sunday, February 23, 2020
how many schools really prepare their students for IIT, AFMC etc in Kuwait. Negligible, gullible parents pay through tutions to get their wards for better professional seats. Can any of these schools say they are not business oriented but teaching to serve mankind as in yester years under the gurukulam and government system etc.

Saturday, February 22, 2020
Another school opened in the already over crowded Abbassia. Can''t these people find any other place in Kuwait to open new schools.. Children are takin...

Smitha Sanjeev
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Well said @Kamran. There is lot of meaning in what you have written. Never have I heard of anything like "discount" in schools. First time Kuwait has awakened me and made me ponder over the significance of school education.
@Mariam, housewives enter school at low salaries only because they can make up the loss at home as tuition teachers. They just advertise as teachers working with reputed schools like - - - - - -and lure parents. Like school owners they too make money. Why shouldn''t they?
Tuition teachers in places like Abbasia and Salmiya have helped small hotels to make money as well. They have no time to cook for their family and they just pick up the phone and order food!! so you see how schools help so many people - right from sponsor to owner to teachers and then hoteliers. Exam time many teachers take "sick leave" and stay at home and students are having study holidays and parents send them to the tuition teachers and go for work.


Saturday, February 22, 2020
WELL SAID @ Maryam & Kamran

anti tuition
Saturday, February 22, 2020
More schools needed to provide raw materials to our industrial economy? Really?
Anyways, professional service providers are better than copy cats and tuition ''experts''.

Kamran Suhail
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Promotion of a premium school was an interesting read today. Aspire offers "discounts" for siblings makes me feel that educational institutions are adopting strategies to attract the parents as is done in the hypermarkets like LuLu or similar ones. For the first time in Kuwait the new United Indian started this method and now Aspire copied it. People with two decades of managing schools, four decades of setting up schools in India and abroad should never resort to this market style. Education today is no doubt is a business but taking advantage of that, people should not destroy the nobility of the profession. Soon, we will get to read " admit two, third will be FREE".
Schools are to be known by their academic standards and the quality of students coming out from there. Keep that in mind and build schools not just in Kuwait but all over the country.

Best wishes,

Maryam Lakshmi MS
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Good initiative. But do not employ lowly house wives as teacher on meager salary, like every Indian schools doing .

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