Curriculam
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Curriculam

"Time is the only resource of gift distributed equally to everyone while they are alive.
Each human being in every time zone has precisely 168 hours a week to spend.
Make today your moment of truth, your time to win."


At The Learning School, we believe that every child is a unique individual. All teachers at the school are directed towards the development of the maximum potential in every student. Pupils, at all level, are encouraged to question, investigate and analyze the world around them. These efforts of the school encourage a genuine desire within the student to learn with an open mind which is capable of questioning and analyzing all available information.

The curriculum has been designed to encourage the usage of the child's intelligence to its optimum capacity. Co-curricular and Extra-Curricular activities are organized to ensure the development of a healthy mind and body.

All of the activities, the curriculum, and the religious instruction are designed in a very clever way to ensure that the children, who pass out of The Learning School, have the ability to compete in every walk of life and their positive qualities, in turn, reflect a healthy impact on society.

Curricula and Syllabi

"Education is about challenging children and encouraging them to develop into motivated learners and thinkers, full of curiosity about the world around them and helping them to learn how to learn."

The Learning School aims to provide pupils with experiences which support, stimulate and structure a child's learning and bring about a progression of understanding appropriate to the pupil's needs and abilities.

Special Days

All important days are commemorated with enthusiasm and fervor. Other significant dates on the international calendar, such as those highlighting environmental awareness and children's rights are appropriately observed. Well-attended Open Days present an opportunity for parents to view their children's beautiful art and craft displays or to applaud their stage presentations and tableau.

Educational Trips

Visits and excursions to places of national, historical, cultural or educational interest are standard features of school life. Designed to encourage learning through personal observation, these field trips are generally related to the curriculum. Security and prevailing local conditions are primary considerations at the planning stage and parental consent is a pre-requisite for a students to go on a trip.

Co-Curricular Activities

Our firm conviction that learning is not confined to the classroom alone is demonstrated by a wide range of activities designed to proliferate the development of a well-balanced personality.

Debating, elocution, poetry, recitation, music and drama are some of the co-curricular activities which have been specially focused upon.

The morning assembly, a regular feature of life in The Learning School, offers an ideal forum for students, especially those in the junior classes, to take part in the presentations made to the entire school. These presentations, varying from morning recitation to project activities or current events, provide an invaluable spur to the development of self-confidence.

Annual Events

Events such as debates, food festivals and talent shows form an essential part of the academic year. These functions polish skills in drama, script writing, stage direction and creativity and provide healthy and meaningful interaction between the students.

Sports Activities

The Learning School places great emphasis on the importance of a healthy body which accompanies a healthy mind. From cricket and handball to table tennis and badminton, sports are our school's tradition. The Learning School annually arranges sports events for every age groups present on campus. To motive the participating students even more and to lure their minds towards these healthy sports, the winners are awarded beautiful prizes.

Debates

From their earliest years, our students are encouraged to deliver mini-speeches and make various announcements at school assemblies and functions. This prepares them for a more high profile role at a later stage, when the most verbally adept take part in debates, addresses and speeches on serious or humorous subjects.

The exciting parliamentary style debates are an outcome of the training and experience pupils receive as they progress through school. The international parliamentary style encourages pupils to participate in national and international events.