Children in middle school undergo a vital transition to a more structured space. We believe even a structured curriculum can be transformed from within to make lifelong learning a real outcome. Learning is experiential and inter-disciplinary, it is compelling action that builds self-regulation and empathy among children.
Approach to Teaching and Learning
- 4Cs: Critical Thinking, Creativity & Innovation, Collaboration, Communication
- IMT: Information Literacy, Media Literacy, Technology Literacy
- FLIPS: Flexibility and Adaptability, Leadership and Responsibility, Initiative and Self-Direction, Social and Cross-Cultural Interaction
Our curriculum incorporates physical, mental, moral and social aspects of development. Children learn life skills like critical thinking, creativity, decision-making and problem-solving, as well as emotional skills and human values. Learning is rooted in the real world which gives the children confidence to take on any challenge the world throws at them. Co-scholastic activities are tied into the curriculum objectives make learning fun, real and rigorous.