Secondary School Curriculum

We have designed to be both interactive and individualized, as we have embarked on a series of innovative and child-friendly courses like – Life Skill classes which aim at balancing the intelligence quotient and emotional quotient of the leaner; Writing Skill classes to enhance their drafting and editing skills; the comprehensive, descriptive and analytical Skills get a finer edge through regular monitoring.

Fun learning sessions where talent of drama, debate and other communication skills are explored. During these sessions a mentor relationship between teacher and student, the creation of small communities of learners, and the implementation of a flexible interdisciplinary curriculum encourages active and personalized learning.

To supplement these School organises a series of events like Story-Telling, Pick & Speak, Show & Tell, Verse Speaking, Quiz – Up, ‘Grammathon’ and many more.

The subjects offered are English (Language and Literature), Computer Science, Mathematics, History & Civics, Geography, Science, II and III Language, Value Education and Environmental Education

  • Offers individualized learning paths assuring coverage of middle school concepts and skills
  • Interactive curriculum throwing everyday challenges for the learner.
  • Emphasis is on making the students independent in their learning and expression.
  • The method of evaluation is through tests and examinations (as per the ICSE Board for that class).

We constantly evaluate our students in High School in accordance with the norms of the ICSE Board. Special Emphases is stressed upon the Communication and Interactive Skills as a part of the ICSE English Project. Learning is made easy through seminars, audio-visuals aids, power point presentations and role play. Mock tests, special classes and practice sessions engage and guide the examinees of ICSE to score a high percentage mark.

  Teach to Talk and Talk to Teach (T2T)

We have introduced a new segment in the Classroom Curriculum which is better known as ‘Teach to Talk and Talk to Teach’. This segment provides a podium to the Cambrians to voice out their opinion and enhance their communication and interactive skills.

Classroom talk is frequently limited and is used to check comprehension rather than develop thinking. Students also need opportunities for dialogue if they are to learn. We realize the importance of students to talk—to practice and apply their developing knowledge of English. In a classroom where we want students to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate through this communicative mode f learning as well as teaching.