While books may serve as stepping stones, the real world is the source of pertinent, meaningful education. Every day, phenomena occur that explore new horizons and perspectives. Everything in the modern world is contingent on interpretation and circumstance. It is essential to educate our children within this context-based world.
Our school focuses on fostering students’ comprehension of the world around them rather than imparting more information. The structure of classroom instruction and learning is based on pertinent contextual issues, and solutions are developed collaboratively. As they construct their comprehension of the world, the students engage in research and dialogue with their classmates and instructors.
The curriculum is broadly divided into the following categories, which all students must complete:
The approach of the Real-World Curriculum is on problems, projects, and questions versus the traditional school curriculum approach of facts, skills, and disciplines. This approach reflects itself in the delivery of content in the school. Teachers create challenges and interesting questions for students to discover answers to. The questions and challenges are real-life situations that students would eventually face in their lives. Students are constantly involved in doing projects that would let them utilize their learnings in the real world.