Primary (Unit I)

The transition from preschool to the primary level is a pivotal moment for both children and parents. At the primary level, we ensure a smooth and seamless transition with a child-centred educational approach. Emphasizing thinking, communication, research, social, and self-management skills, we prepare students for new environments, instil confidence, and equip them with future-ready skills required to cope with the complexities of a fast-changing world. The primary level adheres to a well-developed curriculum that incorporates international teaching-learning practices framed with the National Curriculum. It helps the students gain root knowledge of their nation and also facilitates exploration of the broader world, nurturing them to become global citizens. With small class sizes, easily accessible digital resources, and well-trained and experienced faculty guarantee that every student receives plenty of individualized attention. Some of the features of our primary level are:  

  • Integrated learning: An integrated learning approach is adopted to ensure that the children develop basic concepts in a variety of subjects which include Languages, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics and ICT. Self-learning is encouraged that promote research skills, thinking skills and communication skills in students. This approach also enables them to recognize the interconnectedness of different subjects, promoting a holistic understanding of their education.
  • Interesting activities: Interesting activities are included in each lesson catering to the diverse intelligences of students. Through these activities, students not only understand academic concepts easily but also acquire social and self-management skills.
  • Festival celebrations: In addition to academic pursuits, our school enriches the student experience with vibrant festival celebrations representing various ethnic communities. These festivities add an element of fun and create a sense of unity, fostering love and respect among students from diverse backgrounds. Through these celebrations, students learn to respect the culture and social values of their community as well as other communities.
  • Field trips: Frequent field trips and community visits provide a wonderful opportunity for students to explore the world beyond the confines of their classrooms. These outings contribute to the development of observation skills and critical thinking, offering a hands-on learning experience that enhances their understanding of the broader environment.
  • Developing Reading Culture: We foster a strong reading culture from an early age through various initiatives. Each classroom features a mini library. DEAR (Drop Everything and Read) Programme, Literature-based Language Learning programmes and Battle of the Books program promote reading culture among students. Beyond academic lessons, students engage in daily extracurricular activities that expose them to a diverse set of skills and encourage the exploration of their interests. The experience gained in ECA classes not only broadens the horizon of learning but also contributes to their personal and social growth. At the primary level, our goal is to develop a curiosity and love for learning. While academic lessons establish a foundation for basic skills, extracurricular activities focus on fostering wholesome and holistic development in students.