These include innovative and co-scholastic programmes which are complementary to the core curriculum. Its aim is to provide students with additional instruction which will help fulfil their learning potential.
The whole process of learning is interwoven through all the academic subjects that span across the school day. This means that we have woven in lessons taught within classrooms, innovation studios and the gardens as well. This collaborative system of projects, routines and skills engage students in deeper learning while preparing them for their future, at a global level.
CORE CONCEPT CLARITY THROUGH ICT
Pearson's Digiclass ensures clarity of concepts, better understanding and retention. Each classroom is equipped with Digiclass, and is fueled by Pearson's award-winning content.
Math practice is a programme designed to improve the student's conceptual understanding of math, through commonly available everyday material. This hands-on involvement encourages divergent and lateral thinking, which allows for innovation and implementation in daily life.
To help both students and parents achieve a better understanding of learning needs, the diagnostic programme identifies academic strengths and weaknesses. The school and family then work together to bridge the gap.
SCIENCE EXPERIMENT AND APPLICATION
Aimed particularly at students from grades 1 to 8, the science experiment programme comprises of kits that can be made into working models. The approach is hands-on and activity-based, allowing students to acquire a deeper understanding of the subject.
The grammar programme uses a natural learning process to improve grammar skills. It comprises of worksheets, exercises, speech activities, listening, reading and conversation to help students master the English language.
SPORTS AND PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
The schools follow a structured curriculum prescribed by the NASPE (National Association of Sports and Physical Education) to identify students with athletic potential, with the help of academies and professionals. In addition to this, students follow a year-round sport and physical education programme.
LEARNING IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME
The Learning Improvement Programme includes board exam preparation for students of higher classes, especially in cases of special need.