Students till Grade II actively use the Montessori lab to Montessori method of teaching and learning is a proven system to meet the expected levels of age-appropriate learning. The School has a well-equipped Montessori Lab to with all necessary materials to make the students understand the concepts through experiential learning.
We use the curriculum and platform of code.org, a non-profit organization in the USA to learn Computer Skills. Students are provided with individual login accounts to access the online lessons to build their computational, and computer skills. For younger students, a booklet designed by our teachers serves as the curriculum.
The campus boasts of three I.T labs with about 150 PCs and about 75 tabs equipped with a dedicated 50mbps internet line. We have one of those rack servers from Lenovo to host the software platforms developed by our software team (we are a bit geeky, you see!)
The increase in the importance of mathematics in this internet generated era, for this current generation of learners, allures us to the methods through which Maths is taught. The school has a well-equipped Math-lab, which lets students move through the many features of Maths with easy understanding and hands-on experience, thereby rendering confidence to students to learn Maths with joy.
The design of the program is not just to cover the topics of the grade level. Step by step, year after year; the topics would provide mastery over the child’s holistic mathematical skills. It teaches us not only how to arrive at solutions, it’s a skill-building program on how to follow steps one after the other, to arrive at the result.
With the increase in technological dependence, the need to have the ability to solve problems with self-confidence is in high demand. Learning Math skills through Math-lab activities are thought-provoking and rewarding as they are sure to help the child in becoming a better problem solver in the near future.
The school has a well-stocked Physics lab, Chemistry lab & Biology lab each with a capacity of 40 students each. Students from Grade VI upwards spend time in the labs to tinker their scientific curiosity.