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Secondary Curriculum:


Children are different and engage differently with learning. Every child is unique.


The guiding thought underlining the school’s approach is to ignite every child’s natural curiosity to learn. The curriculum is designed around two key principles.


• Learning is a multi-step method in which “doing” and “reflection” are essential


• Children engage differently with learning – through words, visuals, reading texts, observing phenomena, by doing things or through social interactions


Following these principles ensures that ALL children develop a stronger understanding of core concepts, higher order thinking skills and the ability to communicate their thoughts in English.


The curriculum is designed in such a way that the classrooms move from a One-step Telling to a Multi-step Learning Method. In a traditional classroom it is easier to tell and get children to listen. However this does not ensure learning. This new method of learning replaces Rote with Action, Analysis and Feedback.


The Approach

Science

Students explore the natural world, scientific phenomena, what is science and how to conduct scientific investigations. They learn how scientific ideas are communicated, and make connections between scientific knowledge and real life experiences.


Mathematics

Children learn mathematical concepts in relation to real-life experiences, use manipulatives to bring abstractions to life, and practice applications.


Social Science

Children understand their surrounding by collecting information and their community and study the social, political, and geographical patterns that influence and shape the world around them.


English

Children apply language to their real life through creative writing, conversations, and role-plays.


  • STEP 1 - Aim
  • Have a clear learning outcome before starting any lesson
  • STEP 2 - Activity
  • The Lesson includes an activity where children experience and “try out”
  • STEP 3 - Analysis
  • Students explore the concept further through questions and discussion.
  • STEP 4 - Application
  • Students engage in self-study and complete worksheets and have reflective questions and challenging problems.
  • STEP 5 - Assessment
  • Students answer application-based formative and summative questions.
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