Middle School

Learning by Doing

Learning by Doing

Middle school is a transition that brings students closer to facing the real world. Armed with a love for learning and strong foundation skills from the Primary years, they are introduced to project-based learning and real-world problem-solving.Each project is carefully designed to integrate two or more subjects to help children understand the world as a whole. Children are also exposed to art, sports, technology and 21st-century skills so that they can begin to craft their path in life.

Discovering My Extraordinary World

By this time the children begin to discover

Their passions and interests

The wonders of the universe and the world around them

The ability to produce professional work product

Leadership, collaboration and negotiation skills

The ability to solve real world problems through a combination of subjects

Activities

FAQs

Our middle school curriculum is unique in the way that it adapts to the needs of the student. To ensure seamless transition, our team of well trained teachers take great care to make sure that a child feels comfortable in the new curricular environment.
The school offers various extracurricular activities such as Furtados for music enthusiasts, STEAM for science and math enthusiasts, various courses such as Design Thinking, Mathronaut, Critical Thinking, etc. We make sure that our students receive the best quality and the most diverse exposure that they deserve for their holistic development.
Extracurricular activities are very much a part of the school timetable. The first period every day, also known as the ‘Zero’ period, is dedicated to extracurricular activities that the students have opted for.
At Vishwajyot High School, we believe in providing top quality education to our students. To ensure this, with the help of experts from our academic teams, we have designed our own textbooks. These textbooks have been designed putting a special emphasis on integrated, project-based learning.
Our students are always encouraged to reach out to their teachers for help. Many-a-times, teachers even stay back after school hours to give extra time to students in need, in case it is not possible within the school hours. We try our best to actively analyze and identify students who might need help, even before they reach out to us. This helps us make sure that students receive personal attention whenever needed.
Parent Teacher Meetings are organised once every quarter. In addition, we organise a large, student led event called ‘Spotlight’, which invites parents to come see a display of student learning. Each class puts up an exhibition that highlights the key concepts covered over the term and the projects that students have created. This event serves the dual purpose of helping parents experience their child’s learning as well as to give an opportunity to interact with his/her teacher.

Infrastructure

Our Programs

Pre-Primary

(3-5 yrs)

Active Play

The pre-primary curriculum is based on imaginative play, artistic activities, simple crafts, song, puppetry, and much more. It’s all about fostering the physical, emotional, intellectual and cultural development of the child.

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Primary

(6-10 yrs)

Love for Learning

With the introduction of personalised model of education, children begin to learn at their own pace. Math, Language and Sciences are introduced with the help of stories and art to create interest and love for learning.

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Middle School

(11-13 yrs)

Learning by Doing

The middle school program transforms the student’s days into a structured framework of experiential learning that encourages children to make practical connections between their studies and the real world.

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High School

(14-17 yrs)

Preparing for the future

The program is designed to enable students to take responsibility for their learning and intellectual pursuits and to empower them to meet the demanding intensity of exams, career choices and higher study options.

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