Two Wings International School

Two Wings International School’ (TWIS)

‘Two Wings International School’ (TWIS) is an innovative education provider, located in the capital city of Rwanda, Kigali. The TWIS is a visionary setup that provides early education with the aim of empowering and nurturing the innate potential of every student. TWIS aims to provide a unique and holistic educational experience to the students, rooted in the Cambridge framework with an enriched bilingual approach by offering 50-50 time allocation to both English and French languages each day, to equip them with language proficiency and enable effective communication and collaboration on an international scale. The Nursery School program is offered entirely in French.

The inspiration behind TWIS is the Bahá’í teaching that emphasizes the equality and synergy of men and women, symbolized as the two wings of humanity. We are committed to promoting gender equality and ensuring that both male and female students have equal opportunities for growth and development.

Our Vision

Our core vision is to offer to our young learners a strong educational foundation that is balanced, academic learning and character education. In our strive for excellence, we will ensure that children find joy, emotional and physical safety while engaging in a range of learning activities that take into consideration both academic, social, emotional and spiritual progress so as to reveal their full potential. 

The school creates an educational environment that:

  • Accept and respect the child as an individual
  •  Stimulates the development of a positive self-image
  • concerns one’s social, emotional, physical, intellectual, cultural and moral growth.
  • Actively involves them in the learning process by encouraging them to try new things, take risks, initiate and accept challenges, experience success… all for the pleasure of learning.  
  • Allows him/her to exercise his/her talents and creativity
  • Allows him/her to develop his/her communication skills
  • Promotes and facilitates their introduction to reading, writing and mathematics
  • Gives educators opportunities to observe learners in an evaluation process
  • Promotes collaboration between school, home and community.