Discovery is the key to learning. It fundamentally changes the way a student learns. Instead of just absorbing what was said or read, learners are encouraged to search for new information, apply classroom learning in the real world and achieve their full potential.
Discovery through Imagination and Fantasy
In the younger grades, children are provided various opportunities to learn through stories, imagination, and fantasy. This helps in building creative confidence and communication skills and sets them up for success for their entire schooling life.
See It to Believe It
Interaction with the nature around them is deeply embedded in the curriculum that we follow. We make sure that we include a lot of activities that make children observe the plants and animals around them. For example, our fourth-grade students do a project in which they observe the flora on the school premises. They study the different kinds of plants, the structure of their leaves and learn the importance of having plants in our surroundings.
Students from grade 1-3 are given individual square foot gardens and are taught how to grow herbs and vegetables.