Our approach to learning nurtures confidence and intellectual curiosity in our students, preparing them for success in further education and life beyond. We encourage our students to take pride in their achievements, both inside and outside the classroom.
We design our assessments to be fair, valid, reliable and practicable. We assess what we know to be of value: deep subject knowledge, conceptual understanding, and higher level thinking skills. There are two assessment options:
•Cambridge Progression Tests (marked in school)
•Cambridge Primary and Secondary Checkpoint (marked by Cambridge examiners)
Active Learning class room- Happier class room
In Active learning classroom students play an important part in their own learning process. They build knowledge and understanding in response to opportunities provided by their teacher. It helps learners to analyze, evaluate and synthesis ideas.
Cambridge Primary Programme
Students of stages 1 to 5 study English, Mathematics and Science along with a Second Language, ICT, Global Perspectives and Social Studies. Global Perspectives focusses on Critical thinking and enhances skills of research, analysis, evaluation, communication and collaboration amongst the student.
In addition, the ICT program cultivates crucial skills in Information and Communication Technology amongst the students.
The school offers French and Hindi as second languages. Student of Stage 3 are taught Social studies.
The assessment for Cambridge Primary Years is formative and objective based subject reports are given periodically. Summative Assessments are in the form of Progression Exams, which are held at the end of each term.
Students take Cambridge primary checkpoint examination. is taken in English, Mathematics and Science.
Lower Secondary (Stages 6 to 8)
Students of Stages 6 to 8 study English, Mathematics and Science, ICT, Global Perspectives and Social Studies and one Second language. The Second languages offered are Hindi, French and Spanish. The ICT program also develops vital skills in Information and Communication Technology.
Integrating technology in education every day helps students stay engaged. With technology, the classroom is a happier place.
Grand Presentations: Students present their learning to the parents through presentations
Project based learning: is an instructional approach designed to give students the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills through engaging projects set around challenges and problems they may face in the real world. PBL presents opportunities for deeper learning in-context and for the development of important skills tied to college and career readiness.