Art & Craft, Chess, Circle Time, Dance, Music, Physical Education, Silambam (Indian Martial Art), Table Tennis, Yoga
The curriculum from Nursery to Year 5 is largely based upon the UK National Curriculum with suitable modifications and is tailored to suit the local linguistic and cultural traditions. It lays the foundation for students wishing to pursue Primary, Lower Secondary, IGCSE, AS and A levels through Edexcel. The syllabus as prescribed by Edexcel is followed for Primary, Lower Secondary, IGCSE, AS and A levels leading to the Edexcel International Examinations.
Student strength in each class is a maximum of 15 to ensure personal care and attention.
We recognize and admit that there are individual differences among students. Some learn faster while some take little more time to grasp a concept or proposition. We endeavor not to slow down the fast learner by encouraging him/her to learn at his/her normal speed, while at the same time the not-so-fast learners are paid additional attention and care to enhance his/her learning skills and understanding levels.
The British system of continuous assessment is followed. Each child is assessed every term for understanding, skills, questioning, thinking and creativity. Parents will receive a full report of their child for each subject, every term. Further, students are assessed for their level and style of learning through exercises and discussions on each concept taught during the previous day / week. This helps the teacher in getting regular feedback and student getting practice of answering and solving problems. Assessment papers are similar to and modeled on the Statutory Assessment tests of U.K.
Children work in classes of mixed age and ability. They are encouraged to learn at their own pace and a differentiation policy is followed, with more able children being given more challenging studies and work sheets, and other children being provided with appropriate academic support.
Following the British system, children are moved into the ‘year’ appropriate to their learning levels. However they may be learning certain subjects at a level which is either higher or lower according to their ability and small class sizes enable teachers to set work that is appropriate for each child.
Academic Year – July to April
Class Timings – Nursery
Class Timings – Reception
Class Timings – Year 1 to IGCSE
Class Timings – Year 11 and 12 (GCE ‘AS’ and ‘A’ Level)