At St. Johnís
School , we recognise the challenges of an inter-dependent and
competitive world and the need for our children to adapt and
excel in it. We believe an education system that stimulates
children to use their multiple faculties and think in connected
ways, can better prepare them for success.
To that end, we have developed a highly experiential and
contextual curriculum based on interdisciplinary teaching
methods. Our motivated faculty will interpret this dynamic
learning model using the schoolís exceptional resources and
facilities. By adopting a creative and collaborative approach to
learning, we will provide children with opportunities to realise
their full potential and excel anywhere in the world.
important thing is not to stop questioning.
has its own reason for existing.
Overview: An Inventive Curriculum-
Inspired, Focusing On Excellence and Rigour .
taken the best practices from both progressive as well as
traditional schools and created an inspired curriculum. Student
achievement in and outside the classroom is our primary focus.
curricular framework allows children to continuously engage in
learning experiences that encourage inquiry, reflection,
communication and application of their learning in real world
situations. By inculcating the skills of creative and
independent thinking and the ability to view an issue from
multiple perspectives, we believe, our learning programme will
prepare children for life.
recognizes that children learn in myriad ways and demonstrate
intelligences beyond mere language and mathematical abilities.
The school encourages the exploration, demonstration and
excellence of these intelligences. The curriculum provides
opportunities for children to learn and demonstrate their
learning in multiple ways .
to ensure seamless transitions and clear progressions in each
subject. The concepts are then qualified by clear measurable
These outcomes define the knowledge, skills and attitudes the
child will acquire in order to demonstrate learning.
Teachers take into account the pace of learning, interests and
abilities of each child. Based on observations and formal and
informal assessments of the achievement of these outcomes an
Individual Learning Plan (ILP) is drawn up for every student,
keeping in mind his/her strengths and developmental needs.
this information to plan learning experiences. They use
whole-group instruction for introducing ideas, planning, or
sharing results and then let students work individually or in
groups based on readiness, interests, or learning styles. They
use ongoing assessments of readiness and interests, to help the
children who need more support and those who need an accelerated