Our programme focuses on creating independent learners who take responsibility for their own learning. Developing research skills in learners and allowing them to work in groups help them to tackle more complex problems than they could on their own and develop new approaches to resolve a problem. They plan for class assemblies on their own, do a lot of group work that builds skills like leadership, collaboration and team work.

Getting them to experiment and investigate on their own helps them to become more independent and confident, develop their planning and observation skills, realize their mistakes and rectify them by repeating the experiment.

Through the Life Skills programme we help to instill values of perseverance, self-discipline, compassion, and get them to express their inner thoughts on various situations and events that occur in their lives.

We believe that co-curricular activities are equally important in developing the all round personality of the learner. The co-curricular programme in our school offers a platform to help hone the talents of young minds and gives them an opportunity to develop their specialized skills