Age: 5.6 years – 6.6 years
In Grade 1, Learners are now guided further through the subject areas of Language, Mathematics, Science & Social Studies. Language is enhanced by students choosing from Spanish & Hindi. Physical movement, music and dance are an integral part of the curriculum.
Age: 6.6 years – 7.6 years
This program views the child as an explorer and an inquirer making them independent learners with enhanced listening, thinking and researching skills. Here our aim is to bring out the Learners inherent skills through conceptual learning in Numeracy, Literacy, Science, Social Studies integrated through the UOI along with an additional language Spanish/Hindi. Physical Education, Performing Arts and Visual Arts form an important part of the curriculum.
Age: 7.6 years – 8.6 years
Students of Grade III will focus on enhancing and strengthening strategies like Comprehension, Listening, Reading etc. Learners become intense in application of rules of grammar. We explore content within the inquiry. They start keenly observing ways to solve Mathematical problems. Inquiry into Science and Social Science is deeply explored within the unit of inquiry. Students gain confidence in both spoken and written additional language. Their interests and creativity are streamlined in Visual Arts and Performing Arts as well as Physical Education.
Age: 8.6 years – 9.6 years
By Grade IV, Learners are in the process of mastering certain skills and are ready to research on their own various topics, taking the onus of their inquiry. Our students understand the interconnectedness of subject areas through exploring concepts, ideas, and issues of local and global significance. In doing so, they acquire in-depth knowledge and develop understanding across a broad and balanced range of disciplines. They will make their own portfolios, choose and decide their preferences keeping their parents in the hub of their learning.
Age: 9.6 years – 10.6 years
The seeds for becoming a responsible, sensitive and an internationally minded lifelong learner are sowed. The urge to question is enhanced. We encourage our students to understand, appreciate their own cultures and histories and to be open to the perspectives, values, and traditions of other individuals and communities. Our learners are accustomed to seeking and evaluating various points of view, before forming their opinion about a topic. We encourage them to approach uncertainty with courage and forethought and have the independence of spirit to explore new roles, ideas, and strategies.