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Pre school

The learning in the Nursery Classes is based primarily on play-based activities in a warm, welcoming and cheerful atmosphere. The focus is on developing cognitive, affective, and psychomotor abilities. Teaching methodologies ideally consist of flexible, multi-faceted, multi-level, play- based, activity-based, and inquiry-based learning, comprising of alphabets, languages, numbers, counting, colours, shapes, indoor and outdoor play, puzzles and logical thinking, problem-solving, drawing, painting and other visual art, craft, drama and puppetry, music and movement. The secure and
happy environment is conducive for developing social capacities, sensitivity, good behaviour, courtesy, ethics, personal and public cleanliness, teamwork, and cooperation.
The caring and friendly staff , the bright classrooms , the right blend of traditional and Montessori curriculum are all ideal for attaining optimal outcomes in the domains of physical and motor development, cognitive development, socio-emotional-ethical development, cultural/artistic development, and the development of communication and early language, literacy, and numeracy by the time the children complete three years in Pre-school.


With a strong foundation of the pre-primary education, the children enthusiastically step into the primary school. They are geared up for independent learning and logical thinking with the advantage of a holistic curriculum that caters to the development of multiple intelligences in all children.

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middle school
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The focus at middle school shifts to experiential, holistic, integrated, discovery-oriented, learner-centered, discussion-based, flexible, and of course, enjoyable modes of learning to reduce the burden of increasing content and concepts. How to think critically and solve problems, how to be creative and multi-disciplinary, and how to innovate, adapt, and absorb new material in novel and changing fields are the challenges they get geared up for.

The curriculum includes basic arts, crafts, humanities, games, sports and fitness, languages, literature, culture, and values, in addition to science and mathematics, to develop all aspects of learners’ brains and make education more well-rounded, useful, and fulfilling to the learner.

high school

The students step into the high school with a strong foundation and the pillars of a holistic curriculum. They are equipped with the required” Soft skills”. The emphasis now is on the development of the creative potential of each individual, in all its richness and complexity. Cultural awareness and empathy, perseverance and grit, teamwork, leadership, communication, among others help        build character; enabling learners to be ethical, rational, compassionate, and caring, while at the same time preparing them for gainful, fulfilling employment.

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