The principal responsibility of Hira school is to prepare rational thinkers who have a good sense of right from wrong, through competency-based 21st-century education and character building. A positive learning environment is achieved through the positive values modeled by staff throughout the school.
Hira School places students in local heritage, cultures, landscapes, opportunities, and experiences, and uses these as a foundation for the study of all subjects across the curriculum.
Hira School embeds functional skills in all areas of learning. We teach daily living skills, personal skills, social skills, and occupational skills to prepare them for life. Students are responsible for cleaning and organizing the common spaces of the school, cooking, clean up after themselves, and budgeting their personal expenses to name a few.
Hira School’s instructional pedagogies are designed by focusing on developing entrepreneurial and leadership skills in all students. In Primary classes, students are engaged in classroom jobs. To make it more meaningful, students are offered various opportunities to participate in a position of leadership within a broader spectrum of the school, from Grade 7 to 10.
Hira School is committed to supporting each student in their journey to becoming a successful individual through differentiated learning.
Hira school’s instructional activities are designed to full fill the requirements of the 21st-century workforce. Hence, the students are exposed to a wide range of experiential Hands-on learning activities across all areas of learning.
Hira School has evolved considerably over the years and has undertaken an ambitious programme of expansion and development with the introduction of a new grade every year. The school begun as a preschool with an enrollment of 52 and expanded its population to 468 in 9 years from all the connected wards(islands) of Addu City.
Hira school has a quality and qualified teaching staff who have the capacity to design instructional activities to cater to 21st-century learners.
Hira school has successfully attracted high school grads and trained them who turned out as exceptional teachers of change who have made Impacts in the classrooms.
Over the years, people from a broad cross-section of the community have been part of visits to Hira School. Guests, ranging from classroom teachers to heads of schools and policy makers, visit Hira School and learn about the innovative instructional practices in school.
Hira school is committed to offering a balanced and holistic education that not only prepares our students for academic excellence but also nurtures them into people who live meaningful lives in the service of others. The school has not only done well for its academic achievements but has also won numerous awards for national and city-level competitions.
The Quality Improvement Department (QID) of the Ministry of Education of Maldives inspected the school’s capacity for educating all children to high standards. The school secured those characteristics of effective schools. Hence, the school gained recognition for the high standards which were set on getting the best education and creating a lifelong passion for learning in school.
Hira school has successfully implemented the “ban single-use plastic” campaign initiated by the Ministry of Education. In this effort, Hira School has become a totally single-use plastic-free zone for everyone.
Hira School has maintained a culture of sustainability in the everyday running of the school. A countless emphasis is given to fuse sustainability and education. These Sustainable practices had already kindled with the collaborative effort of our students, parents, and staff.
Hira School makes sustainable practices a priority. It reduces the amount of trash being sent to the landfill and finds cost-effective green alternatives for all the events including instructional aids. Henceforth, Hira school seeks to develop students who provide solutions towards more sustainable patterns of living for the 21st century.
Hira School’s sustainable journey starts in the classroom and expands to the community by engaging the students in action-based learning. So overall Hira School creates a healthy environment conducive to learning while saving energy, environmental resources, and money. Hence it reduces environmental impacts and costs, improves occupants’ health and performance, and increases environmental and sustainability literacy.