Teachers who listen and act
Highly skilled educators who are super specialists in middle stage education and pedagogy. They instil confidence by listening to and working with the students on what matters most—the pursuit of learning.
An environment that’s tuned for your child’s growing years. An invisible actor, and participant in your child’s learning years. It sparks thought, action, and becomes a platform of expression, absorption, and achievement.
A young learner in a charged state of new found ability, and independence. Seeking new experiences, forming views, navigating uncertainities, and all this while developing attitudes and behaviours for life.
To develop a sense of character. to lead, to own up. To be responsible for one’s own acts, and deeds.
To be socially and culturally inclusive. to be a part of a group, to express one’s views, and to take in others.
Embracing a sense of connectedness, compassion, love and peace with oneself and others.
We want our children to find their voice. Opportunities to express themselves encourages individual thinking and gives them their own perspective on the world.
Music & Dance
We get to choose our preferred mode of transport. We can cycle, use school transport to get to class everyday. Independence is empowering.
Our teachers use active learning strategies and often, we work collaboratively in groups with our classmates. Sometimes, we get to lead learning for a particular topic.
Each day, there is a support class, which is optional, but we are encouraged to attend if we are facing challenges with our learning or are inspired to find out more. We always have the opportunity to clarify any doubts.
Club activities take place once a week. We can choose from photography, music, fine arts and pottery, tech, heritage club and theatre, based on our individual interests.
There are inter house competitions, which include such activities as sudoku, duo extempore, rhythms, photography, math and science quizzes and debates. We’re great at basketball.
The school is always introducing new events like Math Around Me, Talking diaries and iCan which have become annual events. They all make us think critically and develop our communication skills.
Reading is an important habit for life. But it is not always an easy task to get your children to take up reading. Tune into this conversation for some tips on 'Raising Readers.'