In order to create a sustainable learning approach, we combine our core and supplementary curriculam through board-prescribed content and innovative learning approaches; contemporary teaching techniques and special programmes and examples from everyday life to develop student’s understanding beyond textbooks.
Technology Based Learning
Our technology based learning solutions help developing skills specific to the 21st century, encouraging active engagement with the text, as well as conceptual, lateral and innovative thinking.
A multi-media based learning solution that combines state-of-the-art hardware with syllabi compliant content, customised to suit the syllabi offered by K-12 schools. As a result, traditional blackboard-and-chalk classrooms are transformed into interactive ones, making learning come alive for students.
A CHILD-FRIENDLY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Classrooms are designed to cater to the specific needs of students of all ages, providing them with a sense of security and consistency. Whether they are in kindergarten, middle school or high school, we ensure an environment tailor-made for their needs.
The schools provide expansive playgrounds as well as a well-constructed sporting area ideal for a variety of games. As a result, there is both space and provision for all kinds of sport, as well as indoor games.
All our schools have a well-stocked library that includes periodicals, journals, magazines, newsletters, fiction, reference books and encyclopaedia. The library also offers integrated learning programmes that include phonics for pre-primary levels and literary classics for older students.
Innovative In-Class Practices
Our teachers encourage learning beyond the prescribed curriculum by conducting various programmes and techniques to create a better classroom environment. Some of these tools include:
The Class Pyramid
Students who have shown merit in academics, co-curricular activities or social conduct, are given a place in a ‘class pyramid’. It essentially depicts the collective efforts and achievements of a class, and inspires students to work harder through healthy competition.
We believe that group activities help children to develop their communication skills and improve their interpersonal relationships. Collaborative learning techniques are used to improve team-building skills such as organisation, delegation, negotiation, teamwork, cooperation and leadership.
Field trips help deepen a student’s interest in a topic by creating a more hands-on, relevant learning experience. They also benefit teachers by giving them opportunities to generate greater attentiveness to a subject. We schedule many field trips in an academic year; they have proven to be a great asset in the learning process.
Star of the Week
Star of the Week is a reward mechanism that we use to build our student’s self-confidence. A student is chosen every week to wear a “star”, the student’s parents visit the school during that week to share their child’s positive attributes with his/her class. Apart from creating healthy self-esteem, this activity also facilitates a strong home-school partnership.