- Lowest cost with latest teaching method
- Use of most modern teaching methodology
- STEAM based education
- Curriculum-aligned lesson plans and projects
- Game and fun based education
- Scope to learn higher level programming and robotics during student life
- Teaching by trained, experienced, skilled teachers & staffs
- Library facilities
- Use of laptop, smart interactive white board & smart table in class rooms
- Air conditioned classrooms, elevator & fire safety measures
- On-line home work & exam systems
- Practice of moral, values and ethics
- Clubs & social activities
- Provision of parents orientation program
- Lego, Robotics & Digital lab
Our Education Facilities
General Education (English Medium)
We provide a complete school-leaving course of study, from pre-school to A’ Levels. We have developed our own curriculum; it aims to deliver a holistic education program combining the core competencies of the national and the British curricula. The comprehensive curriculum designed for the elementary, secondary and high school classes ultimately leads to the University of Cambridge International Examinations Ordinary and Advanced Level General Certificate of Education exams, taught in the high school. These examinations are conducted under the auspices of the British Council, Dhaka.
The Early Years (Play Group to Standard 3)
In the Junior school, we encourage children to observe their surroundings, think independently, ask questions and freely express themselves without fear or inhibition, thereby refining their observation, listening, verbal and comprehension skills. We create an environment where students develop independence and creativity. Students develop a love for learning through hands-on activities where they are given choice. They then grow in confidence as they apply learned skills in different contexts. The Bangla Literacy lab also helps children learn Bangla in a hands-on and enjoyable way. In recent years, we have introduced center-based classrooms, where diverse activities are conducted to develop a range of important skills – communication skills, social skills, personal and emotional skills as well. Students get opportunities for physical education on a regular basis, as well as the creative arts. We have introduced a more play-based approach so that students’ natural curiosity and playful instincts are nurtured toward learning. These changes to our curriculum ensure that we build strong foundations for academics, and a love for learning, in all of our students.
The Middle Years (Standard 4 to Standard 10)
Our curriculum at this stage exposes students to more subjects in a formal classroom setting. The curriculum focuses on developing numeracy, literacy and an understanding of the environment and our surroundings. Learning in these classes is designed to develop positive attitudes. Students learn not only from their texts but also from their surroundings. We encourage the students to open their eyes, to look around and acquire knowledge from their friends, teachers, elders and their environment. Students build key skills and explore concepts in language (both English and Bangla), Math, Science, Ethics and Religious Studies, Art, Physical Education, Music and Drama. When they enter Standard IV, they also start to study social studies – History, Geography and Bangladesh Studies. As the students get older, our curriculum is designed to strengthen their foundation and begin their preparation for the public examinations that they will take in high school. In Standard VI, students take classes in Computing Studies in order to become comfortable with technology, which they will start to use in their academics in subsequent years. They also start to study the science subjects as individual subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) from Standard VII and take lab classes to develop their practical scientific skills. Economics is another subject that is introduced to them in Standard VIII.
ইংরেজি মাধ্যম স্কুল হলেও ‘বাংলা’ স্কুলের শিক্ষার্থীদের জন্য একটি আবশ্যিক বিষয়। শিক্ষার্থীদের বাংলা ভাষার সাথে পরিচিতি শুরু করা হয় প্লে গ্রুপ থেকেই। বিভিন্ন আকর্ষণীয় পদ্ধতিতে বাংলা গল্প, ছড়ার সাথে সাথে বর্ণমালার পরিচিতি ঘটে প্লে গ্রুপ থেকেই। বাংলা ল্যাব ক্লাসের মাধ্যমে বর্ণমালা পড়া, লেখা, শব্দ শিখা, গল্প পড়ার বিভিন্ন আকর্ষণীয় শিক্ষাপদ্ধতি প্রয়োগ করা হয় যা শিশুদের জন্য বিজ্ঞানসম্মত। প্লে গ্রুপ হতে চলমান ১০ম শ্রেণী পর্যন্ত বাংলা পড়ানো হয় ।সুতরাং অন্যান্য বিষয়ের মতই আমরা ‘বাংলা’ বিষয়ের উপর সমান গুরুত্ব দিয়ে থাকি।
We are committed to upholding and nurturing the cultural heritage of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Studies is taught as a compulsory subject from Standard III to VIII, and is offered as a subject in the O’ Level. Bangla is, of course, a core subject and is compulsory from KG I to Class X. Participation in various cultural, musical and dramatic presentations to observe important national events is encouraged, and occasions such as International Mother Language Day, Pohela Boishakh, and Independence Day are celebrated with vigor and creativity in our school campus each year.
Math and Science
Mathematical skills each year along multiple strands help students to
develop diverse mathematical insights and nurtures their strengths and
talents. We consider competence in Mathematics to be a critical
component of success in our school. Mathematics is taught through the
innovative use of resources and teaching aides.
Our curriculum promotes:
- Mathematical thinking through the use of problem-solving activities and tasks
- Visual thinking and ability to analyze data intelligently
- Investigating and making sense of mathematical problems
- Conceptual understanding
- Development of mental-math skills
Art, Music and Drama
Our art, music and drama programs not only build the skills that are necessary to perform and produce art, but they also grow an aesthetic and creative sensibility, develop understanding of important historical genres artists and works of art, music and theater; and teach students how to talk about the arts analytically and with appreciation. In the high school, our Media Studies curriculum exposes students to the different types of media and its influence on daily life; the impact of media on social consciousness, and media literacy as a 21st century approach to education.
Physical education is a mandatory component of our academic program. Our students are not only given basic skills in physical fitness and in a range of different sports, but they are also taught about maintaining their health and well-being. By playing various competitive sports, students develop teamwork skills, as well as discipline. Regular physical education classes are designed from the very early years of education based on an understanding that physical health forms the basis for good mental and intellectual health.