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    Welcome to Gillco International School

    The Gillco International School emblem consists of four unique elements which define and express the philosophy of our school. The Laurel Wreath symbolizes victory and leadership, the Shield stands for strength and tradition, the Torch is for truth, life and enlightenment through education, and the letter G represents the values and ethical practices of the brand behind the school, Gillco.

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    23 - Feb - 2024 By Gillco International School

    Gillconians solve complicated problems with ease

    When learning extends beyond the traditional four walls of the classrooms and the curriculum imbibes innovative teaching methodologies

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    09 - Feb - 2024 By Gillco International School

    IDP Education Event at J W Marriott – 9 February 2024

    Gillconians grabbed the opportunity today to know more about scholarships, eligibility and post study work opportunities abroad and get in-depth information on program outcomes and career prospects.

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    05 - Feb - 2024 By Gillco International School

    Inter house Mathematics Competition “Maths Relay” for classes I to IX

    An Inter house Mathematics Competition "Maths Relay" for classes I to IX was conducted on 5 February,2024 by the Mathematics Department of Gillco International School.

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    DEVELOPING A GROWTH MINDSET IN K12 EDUCATION

    A growth mindset should be cultivated in students from K order to create a productive learning environment. A gr mindset is the notion that one's skills and intelligence can be improved through dedication, effort, and perseverance. In contrast, people with a fixed mindset think their abilities are innate and immutable.

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