Japan International Dream School is the first English version school in Bangladesh established by a Japanese entrepreneur. Everything will be planned and managed according to Japanese rules and regulations. This school has been established with the aim of promoting quality education for the students to make them suit in the arena of globalization. The school has an area of 10 acres of land with four storied building and a large playground. The school has been equipped with all kinds of modern facilities that will create a better grooming ground for every student. This school will be operated according to the rules and regulations of Ikubunkan High School, Tokyo, Japan to implement dream education. National curriculum (English Version) and other curriculum with a global standard like a foreign language, computer program, music, dance, art, and sports will be followed. The academic program is going to start formally from January 2017.
A cultural festival is organized in JIDS campus on a fixed day. In the cultural festival, students show their activities to the public, guardians, friends, and students of other schools. Students themselves arrange the festival and manage the festival too. Students arrange food shops, handicrafts, and games and perform drama, jokes, dances, music, and many other activities.Read More
All students observe “Dream Day” on a fixed day at the last of an academic year where they express their hopes for the future, achievements they have in that academic year; and what they will do in the next year. Several activities are performed such as dream essays, drama, dance, etc. At the end of the program, they all swear to work harder more than what they have done in that year. To inspire to become a good dreamer “Most Valued Dreamer” is selected to give an award.Read More
At the beginning of the year, more specifically in February or March sports festival is arranged to give chances to the students to perform their skills in sports. JIDS sports festival has broken the convention. Students do not personally compete against other students rather they compete as being part of different teams. All the students are grouped into six teams named differently. Many local and Japanese games are played among the teams and gains scores. The highest scorer wins the Trophy. Through this festival, students learn the importance of teamwork.Read More
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