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We are Accredited to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE)

Primary school comprises of I to V standard
Middle/ upper primary school comprises of classes VI to VIII standard

High school classes comprises of IX and X standard

The intensive curriculum program is designed with an emphasis that children are well equipped with essential knowledge and skills to cater to the needs of evolving trends.

Our curriculum strongly reflects our Institution’s ethos which is an ever-evolving process to make learning enjoyable. This includes what they learn, why they learn and how they learn.

Our pedagogy is streamlined to bring in the 4 C's of learning: Critical thinking, Creativity, Communication & Collaboration, to make learning meaningful, engaging and productive. The interactive lesson plans supported by technology as per navigate into all areas of development: Intellectual, Emotional, Social, and Physical.

From Bruner’s constructivism to Gardiner’s Multiple Intelligence and Bloom's Taxonomy, our program uses these learning theories wherever appropriate. Our activities are hands on; accommodate personal response and diverse learning styles, besides opening minds to relatable and contemporary calls. In the process, our learners discover their inner leader, manoeuvring their role into any desired position. Unwinding the treasure within, teachers furthermore explore newer realms of creativity, besides building on their emotional quotient.

To ensure outcomes are desirable and sustained, interface with teachers every week bring out the best teaching practices and learners’ unique responses. Reviewing our students’ attitudes, needs and progress, we then accommodate appropriate changes.

Through the academic freedom that our curriculum offers, value systems are simultaneously reinforced. At the helm of it.  The intellectual fabric is interwoven with vibrant threads of empathy and social responsibility.

ICSE Curriculum Explained

Learners are at the centre

of the planning and learning/teaching processes. Assessment for learning is embedded in learning experiences ensuring an ongoing collection of data that drives individual learners as they co-construct understanding around open-ended big ideas.

Reflective practices are taught from a young age, along with using the learners’ voice, giving them choice and expecting them to own their learning decisions based on their needs and interests, and critical analysis of the data collected.