We follow four guiding principles for curriculum development:

  • Connecting knowledge to life outside the school.
  • Ensuring that learning shifts away from rote methods.
  • Enriching the curriculum so it goes beyond text books.
  • Making examinations more flexible and integrating them with classroom life.

Research in education has provided us with a wide array of theories and numerous schools of thought. Every single one of these contributes richly to the overall development of school practices. With this in mind we choose to use an electric approach and pick up the best from western and eastern philosophies. Our core philosophy has the following underpinnings:

  • No learning can ever become permanent unless it is experienced.
  • Learning doesn't happen only in the confines of the classroom.
  • Every individual can learn…..different things at different times.
  • Learning is not just growth in knowledge. It is the visible change in attitudes, behavior and skills as a result of all the experiences either planned or unplanned.