Our Curriculum is unique since it involves Multiple Intelligence, Experiential Learning, Activity Based learning and Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Multiple Intelligence

Adhering to Howard Gardner’s principle the curriculum is specially designed for it believes that no two individual are same. Also as per MI, our curriculum empowers every student to specialize and excel at least in one area. Thus present education breaks the hindrances of only academic excellence prevailing in the education system of yesteryears

Experiential Learning

Our curriculum focuses on Experiential Learning as we believe that student learning and retention power when he/she learns through experience. Also Experiential Learning leads to Affective learning thereby enhancing self-confidence, social competencies, judgment, constructive discussion and cooperative problem solving.

Activity Based Learning

Various unique and interesting activities are integrated in the curriculum which makes learning interesting and enjoyable for students. Activities Based Learning creates opportunities to develop complex skills, such as high order thinking, problem solving, collaborating and communicating. It also enriches student’s academic experience and learning outcomes by connecting theory with practice and concept with method.

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Domains remains the most widely used system of its kind in education. The curriculum is so designed that it nurtures and develops child’s Knowledge, Attitude and Skill.

Learning style

Children have different ways of learning styles and basically these learning styles are broadly grouped into three basic styles

  • Auditory
  • Visual
  • Kinesthetic

Auditory or Language Learners are more likely to remember information by talking aloud or talking to themselves while learning to themselves.

Visual Learners learn through watching. They visualize and learn

Kinesthetic Learners learn best through hands-on activities and movements.