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Middle School

Learner – Centric approach is a vital component of all programs and all our programs are created keeping students’ interests in mind.

Learning Environment

Research shows that the brain actually lights up after a short episode of movement, and neural pathways become more speedy and efficient. Our learning centres allow movement and in-depth understanding of concepts through all modalities of learning. The safe, secure and stimulus – rich environment is responsive to the child’s learning needs.

Our Curriculum Methodology

One size doesn’t fit all, it is important to accommodate all individual learners, providing them opportunities to grow at their own pace and optimise their inherent potential.

Our instructional design and subject matter experts in the field of neuroscience maintain that as we enter the 21st century, our learner pattern needs to be dynamic and evolving, incorporating the needs of the society and the learner.

Underlying Principles of Our Curriculum

Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning

Gardener’s Multiple Intelligence Theory

Integrated and Interdisciplinary

Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning

Our curriculum encourages learners to move from lower order thinking to higher order thinking level. Instructions [plans, activities, worksheets] and assessments [formative and summative] take children from a lower level of thinking – Remember, Understanding and applying to a higher level – Analysing, Evaluating, and Creating.

Howard Gardener’s Multiple Intelligence Theory

Each child has a way of learning and engaging with the world which is unique to him which is referred to as intelligence. The application of this theory in the design of our curriculum helps us to implement strategies to promote all the Eight Intelligences thus promoting differentiated instructions.

Integrated and Interdisciplinary

The human brain seeks patterns and searches for meaning through these patterns. Imaging studies have shown differences in brain architecture and activity that correspond to a host of capabilities – reading, mathematics, music, athletics and interpersonal relations. We see all these abilities as aspects of intelligence and build neural connections between the different intelligences wherein content across disciplines (subjects) are woven together in the plans and worksheets.