Teaching/Learning

Our school introduces children to practical learning at an early age through the Montessori based pre-primary programme followed by seamless transitions into primary and secondary stages of schooling up to Standard 10.

Our school strives to provide the best learning environment for students with spectacular infrastructure and world class facilities.

Our Curriculum

We offer a comprehensive, informative curriculum that encompasses holistic education. It is structured for both practical knowledge and analytical skills.

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Structure & Timings

  • School works 5 days a week.
  • Special practice and rehearsals may be held from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and Saturdays too, if required.

Sections

  • Pre-Primary
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Nursery, LKG and UKG.
  • Standards 1 to 8
  • Standards 8 to 10

Academic Terms

  • First Term
  • Second Term
  • June - September
  • October - April

Timings

  • Nursery
  • LKG & UKG
  • Standard 1-10
  • 8.25 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
  • 11.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
  • 8.25 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.

Academic Divisions

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Jump Start (Pre-primary)

The Jump Start Curriculum – unique to the Brigade Schools – uses Montessori-based methods to teach children practical subjects like Mathematics, Composite Science, and Jolly Phonics. The curriculum is a blend of traditional and Montessori teaching methods. Multi-sensory inputs used to develop specific skills and self-education are achieved through self-correcting materials, creating a perfect balance between academics, Art/Performing Arts, and social interaction. Our dedicated team of professionals take special care to create a warm, welcoming, and cheerful environment for pre-primary children. Teachers are caring and friendly to children at this sensitive age to ensure they are excited and happy to come to school each morning.

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Primary

Children improve skills like reading, writing, researching, reasoning, and communicating by understanding ideas, asking questions, and working out answers. In the process, they develop both strong academic skills and lasting self-confidence in their primary school years. Fine Arts and Physical Education, including swimming, become a part of their curriculum. It contributes to stimulating their ‘Nine Intelligences’. 

 

In keeping with our philosophy of developing a ‘complete child’, emphasis is placed on imbibing attributes like respect, tolerance, integrity, and personal accountability.

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Secondary

Exposure to a mature, developing environment gives students a guided and purposeful direction as they approach the final years of school. Studies become more comprehensive, learning techniques expand and assignments demand a merging of practical and theory, with more involvement and independent thinking.

Responsibilities of students increase, where they are required to not just apply what they learn, but lead with conviction. Managing stress independently and associated adolescent problems, while being guided by good career choices is an integral part of their growth. There is more responsibility given to them, acknowledging their maturity yet supported by the school every step of the way. With undergraduate studies needing critical thinking skills, activities and engagements revolve around honing very student is required to participate in a minimum of two co-curricular activities – physical and Fine Arts/ Performances – for an all round development.

This entire phase is a continuous emphasis on empowering themselves, developing deeper perspectives, expanding their thinking and gaining self-confidence.