ISB – Kindergarten follows an amalgamation of the MYLESTONE curriculum, ECCE, and EYFS. The curriculum is student-centric, employing the play and learn methodology backed by the 6E approach of the school.
In Mylestone, there is an ‘I DO, WE DO, YOU DO’ approach. In ‘I DO’, the facilitator introduces and explains a concept. In ‘WE DO’, the facilitator facilitates the students in understanding the concept and doing exercises. In ‘YOU DO’, the student tries to independently do his/her work.
The syllabus for Kindergarten is divided into unique Themes which focus on the core subjects; English, Maths, and EVS. These subjects are integrated with Fine Motor Development, Gross Motor Development, Critical thinking, Creative Development, Socio-Emotional Development, and Health and Safety education thereby addressing the need for the all-around development of the child.
English is taught using Phonics whereas Math uses manipulatives to build a strong foundation and inculcate the love of the subject. EVS takes an experiential and explorational approach.
STEM is introduced early to nurture the investigative and inquisitive mind of the young child.
Kindergarten is the first step to the child’s educational journey. ISB guides the young mind into a confident student, ready to enjoy the process and become life-long learners.
At Indian School Bousher we aim at building empowered and confident individuals with strong physical and emotional health.
Mylestone Curriculum used in Grade 1to 5 ensures that students become active participants in the learning process and not passive recipients of the information.
The Course Book helps the students to understand the concept thoroughly and the Practice Book helps them to identify their weak areas. The Digital Support helps in better understanding of the concept and improves the learning outcomes.
A perfect balance of the core subjects along with the co-curricular activities and STEM , ROBOTIC LAB, MATH & 3 LAB are included in the syllabus to nurture the curiosity and creativity of the students.
Languages offered: 2nd language – (4 languages – Hindi, Arabic, Malayalam, French) 3rd Language – from grades 5 and above.
It helps to develop coordination, flexibility, agility, strength, fine motor skills, interpersonal skills, team spirit by enhancing endurance, speed, and strength.
Arts, Dance, and Music:
To develop an interest in drawing, coloring, singing, dancing, movement, and coordination by improving flexibility, agility, creativity, strength, and fine motor skills.
“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way” - Frank Smith
“To learn a language is to have one more window from which to look at the world” – Chinese Proverb
Diagnostic Assessment - is used to identify individual strengths, areas for improvement and to identify further steps to maximise the students’ knowledge.
Formative Assessment – A range of formal and informal assessment is used by teachers during the learning process to modify teaching and learning activities to improve pupil attainment.
Summative Assessment - will be held at the end of a learning sequence and is used to acknowledge, record and report on pupils’ overall achievement at a given point.
A positive learning environment is created for their all-around development.. Indian School Bousher is successful in achieving Positive behaviour. Which is highly effective in preventing and addressing challenging behaviours
Celebration Policy- Every celebration is a brilliant and joyful way to teach our students what they believe in...