Dhanmondi Main Campus

Message from the Vice Principals


Shamnaz Farzana

Vice Principal

Junior School, Main Campus

It is with pleasure that I extend to you a warm welcome to the Oxford International School where every Child is a Gem for us.


We encourage all of our students to become independent and creative thinkers through Inquiry Learning, Project Based Learning (PBL) and Research Assignments. We identify and promote the student’s in built talents and skills through holistic education that engages them intellectually to become creative problem solvers and foster 21 st Century skills to guide them to become Global Leaders in International Communities in the safest environment.


Our teachers are committed to a high quality learning experience focused on the individual needs of each child. We are striving to be creative and innovative in our instruction to engage students in their learning with modern school amenities.


The parent-school partnership is something I firmly endorse and aim that, together; we can provide the very best educational experience for all our students and the challenges and achievements that we will share together with excitement.


Thanks again for visiting our website! If you are new to the area, please come by for a tour. We would love to show you our wonderful school!


Sharmin Mahmud

Vice Principal

Middle School, Main Campus

The school aims to equip children with the necessary mix of knowledge, skills , competencies and attitudes to excel in the global area. We are therefore committed to improving student learning outcomes and providing teaching approaches that meet the needs of all students; not just in words but in our actions. How we teach must reflect how our students learn. It must also reflect the world our students will move into. This is a world which is rapidly changing, connected, adapting and evolving. Our style and approach to teaching must emphasise the learning in the 21st century. For this, we have adapted to one pedagogical approach to teaching and learning which is inquiry learning. This approach encourages students to ask key questions for investigation. It also considers the connections across learning areas, as well as the way that individual students learn. We ensure here in Junior school that learning to be more relevant to the known area of each child and that the concepts are learned in context and relate to existing knowledge, student interests, needs and questions inform teachers of the appropriate teaching and learning experiences that are required for particular cohorts of students and are central in the planning process.


Lastly, we value our parents co-operation to such an extent by which this wonderful journey of progress sustains throughout both at school and also at home.