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A true family, more than any other force shapes the attitude, hopes, aspirations and values of the child. Be it the biological family or an extended family, such as the school, the child’s core feelings of the heart are nurtured. That’s how the child survives all differences. It provides necessary security and support, and acts as a shield against external problems. A family made up of secure people generates a magnetic power that can get things done and moving.

Our curriculum is designed with this perspective and we as educationists play our roles with the same ideology.

A learner-friendly environment is developed catering to varied levels of learning. We believe that maximum learning happens through experience. All activities are objective-oriented, but not with distinct boundaries that restrict the imagination of the child beyond a point. We understand that the more they explore, the more challenging the task is, the more the child learns from it.

Having designed a two-session program for the Kindergarten children, both levels 1 & 2, they not only have ample time to enhance their literary skills, mathematical concepts and environmental awareness, but also have sufficient time to experience each and everything they see and hear from the teachers or the audio-visual aids, with their own hands, thereby stimulating their aesthetic, kinesthetic, spiritual and moral instincts.

The objective-oriented curriculum caters to this wonderful, memorable hands-on experience of the child in his/her crucial years of learning. The curriculum is segregated into viz., Fun with Math, Jolly Phonics, Reading & writing, Eco-friendly, Music and Movement, Art, Developmental & Carpet time , Audio-visual & Outdoor.

The developmental time is an integral part of a day’s schedule. The tasks considered for this period of time, especially the role play corner enable the child grasp concepts with ease.

Having designed a two-session program for the Kindergarten children, both levels 1 & 2, they not only have ample time to enhance their literary skills, mathematical concepts and environmental awareness, but also have sufficient time to experience each and everything they see and hear from the teachers or the audio-visual aids, with their own hands, thereby stimulating their aesthetic, kinesthetic, spiritual and moral instincts.

Each subject has set objectives, based on the levels. A lot of research goes into the formulating of activities for the children to doubly ensure that the objective is put across most effectively. Activity-based learning methods are a boon to slow learners.

Documentation of children’s work in progress is viewed as an important tool in the learning process for children. Documentation is used as assessment. We believe that you cannot assess a child for the year on one particular day; hence we follow everyday assessment method which is a continuous process of collecting the child’s activities which speaks for themselves.

•Portfolio indicates progress and achievement in relation to the Over all learning expectations set out in The Kindergarten Program.

• Work samples – Art work and other worksheet type activities that reflect learning in the classroom.
• Report Cards: Reporting on developmental stages is based on observations, demonstrations and collections of student work from a variety of situations, experiences and activities. Comments will indicate your child’s strengths, weaknesses and next steps for learning as well as suggestions to help you to support your child at home.

Our classrooms

Unique picture talk displays on the wall – teaches the children about everyday objects, animals, colours and helps the teacher in building vocabulary, speech, inculcates the foundation for reading, matching activities and a lot more. Our furniture are very minimum – does not clutter the place – no sharp edges – colourful and child size – even our cabinets are easily accessible by children. They can learn to be independent and self-sufficient.

Educational Field Trips
Educational Field Trips are a part of the curriculum and are often co-related to the EVS themes & topics. The children experience the real, register facts better & apply the relevant concepts in the tasks assigned in class.

Indian and International Festival celebrations

The joy of celebrating festivals in school along with friends, peers and teachers is unique. National festivals like Children’s day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanthi; regional and religious festivals like Krishna Janmashtami, Onam, Dusshera, Deepavali and International festivals like Halloween are celebrated with fun and frolic. Grandparents were special guests on Independence Day and definitely carried home memories to cherish. Children’s day was with a message “Go Green”. Pre-primary students were gifted saplings to plant in their homes and were very proud doing their bit to make the planet green.

Relatives of the students are often invited and encouraged to participate in few events or celebrations at school. This re-emphasizes the fact that we all play equally significant roles in grooming a child.

Special Events
Apart from our daily schedule, we also organize events, wherein the children get to bring one of their family members to share, enjoy and participate in the programs at school. These events re-emphasize the fact that teachers and parents play equally important roles in grooming a child.

Math day, a unique show was organized on Mathematical concepts in the main campus. The events of the theme were based on Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences(viz. word smart, logic smart, self smart, nature smart, people smart, music smart, body smart, picture smart).

Every child is inclined to one and awaits an adult to discover and nurture it. The response from the students, parents’ appreciation and the enthusiastic crowd were overwhelming.

A Potter’s workshop was organized prior to Deepawali. The children experienced working on the potter’s spinning wheel, made their own clay models and carried them home as souvenirs.

Rainbow day is a special celebration as it marks the first one for the academic year. What better way to revise, learn and experience the joy of colours than to have such an event organized in school.

Sand & Water Play: is a specially designed program held every quarter for children to develop their fine and gross motor skills.

We at India International School, constantly strive to enable the child look at life and realize that there are no dead ends and only possibilities. We not only help them realize their problem areas but guide them in problem solving.

The academic year 2015-2016 as always is challenging. We have taken special care and interest to live up to these challenges. The enthusiastic team of India International School intends to continue to work with the same zest in the years to come with the objectives of being recognized as one of the best schools in Bangalore for prioritizing holistic education and enabling students accomplish every milestone with ease.