Empowering Lifelong Learners

The Connection Between
Theory and Real World

After a strong understanding of basic concepts in their primary years, students in their middle school years are exposed to a rigorous academic program aligned with the ICSE curriculum. This includes a mix of theoretical and practical learning with a broader understanding of real-world situations to shape their minds and personalities.

Understanding the World

Students learn to discover and respect the world and its diversity through exchanges and excursions.

Understanding Themselves

Students discover their interests and passions as they are exposed to structured co-curricular activities and Life Skills.

Applying Concepts

Students learn to apply concepts in real-world situations through Project-based learning.

Subject Lists

Activities

Life Skills

Students are exposed to 10 essential Life Skills to equip them with the tools and knowledge necessary to cope with the challenges and complexities of everyday life.

IBM SkillsBuild

From 6th Grade onwards, students can enrol for online courses in cloud computing, AI, design thinking, cybersecurity, and more for success in the digital world.

Vedic Maths

Students learn mathematical techniques of Vedic Maths, improving their problem-solving skills. It helps students to simplify complex calculations, making their maths learning an enjoyable experience.

Skill Fest

An annual event where students showcase their creative and practical skills in STEM to the whole school community, including parents and teachers.

Web Development

Students are exposed to HTML web development. They learn design principles and problem-solving and gain practical knowledge in a digital ecosystem.

Frequently Asked Questions

In general, middle school typically covers grades 6-8 (ages 11-13), focusing on the transition from primary to secondary education. Secondary school typically includes grades 9-12 (ages 14-18) and is more advanced, preparing students for higher education.

In middle school, students can participate in various extracurricular activities such as sports, arts, music, drama, debate, science clubs, and more. The specific extracurricular offerings may vary, so please refer to our school's activities page or contact the school directly for details on the available programs for middle school students.

In middle school, the focus is on building foundational skills and exploring interests rather than specific career prospects. However, students can begin to develop a broader understanding of various fields, paving the way for future career exploration. Encouraging curiosity, participation in extracurricular activities, and exposure to different subjects can help shape your child's interests and aspirations for potential career paths in the future.

In middle school, your child will develop various academic, social, and life skills. This includes enhanced critical thinking, problem-solving, effective communication, teamwork, time management, organisation, and a deeper understanding of core subjects. The curriculum is designed to foster a well-rounded skill set, preparing students for success in higher levels of education and beyond.

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