New Practices

1. Activity Based Learning for our Primary classes. Emphasis on practical hands on learning and exploring new digital methods to take online classes.

2. We have our own Learning Management System which enables our student to view all lectures missed, view homework, interact with teachers – classmates, take assessments and also reports the area for improvement.

3. Today, every student has special educational needs and their problems need to be addressed in a unique but personalised way. After understanding students’ problems, teachers must be able to tackle it on their own.

4. More Educational trips and Visits.

5. Work with families, not just children: Today it is well recognised that involving parents in their children’s education can be vital – there is a strong association between family involvement and student achievement.

6. Empowering student: ‘Student voice’ – that is giving students the opportunity to have a say in issues that affect them.