The Galaxy School - Wadi Nurturing Mindful Individuals

About Us

TGS – Wadi offers a comprehensive curriculum that is thinking-centred, rigorous and developmentally appropriate. We pioneered student-centred, research-backed education in the region. Teaching for Understanding, Multiple Intelligences, Differentiated Instruction, Project Based Learning and Habits of Mind form the cornerstones of our educational philosophy and help us create learning environments that nurture 21st Century Skills.


Our team of passionate, experienced educators help our students ‘learn to learn’. Our practices are designed to help learners be open to observation, curiosity, critical thinking, investigation, independent and collaborative learning, reflection and self-assessment so that learning is never dependent on a text or teacher alone, but becomes an intrinsic habit of mind. Our teachers therefore, play many roles – facilitator, observer and partner in the learning process.

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Where our AICE Diploma Students are

About the CAIE IGCSE and AICE Diploma Programme:


A part of the University of Cambridge, CAIE is the world’s largest provider of international qualifications for 14-19 year olds. More than 10,000 schools are part of the Cambridge learning community. They operate in 160 countries across 9 regions.

Cambridge IGCSE:

Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education is designed to be taught as a two-year course for students aged 14 to 16 years. IGCSE courses are renowned for developing vital educational skills, including recall of knowledge, oral skills, problem solving, initiative, teamwork and investigative skills. This can lead to the award of the International Certificate of Education (ICE).

Cambridge AICE Diploma:

Post IGCSE, at their AS/A levels students pursue The Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) Diploma. An international curriculum and examination system, it emphasises the value of broad and balanced study.

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