Courses

  • Classes We Provide:-
    MONT-1 TO MONT-3
    STANDARD-I TO STANDARD-VIII
  • List of Subjects Offered::-
    English
    Mathematics
    Science
    Social Studies
    ICT (Information and Communication Technology)
    Second Language (Hindi)
    Third Language (Odia/ Sanskrit)
    Creative and Expressive Arts (Music/Drama/Art/Dance)
    Physical Education
  • The Primary Years (3 to 11 year olds) follow the Early Years Foundation Stage incorporating the Oxford International Primary Programme (OIPP), an enquiry-based process in learning. The core subjects are emphasised and the curriculum is enriched with a transdisciplinary process that prepares young students to be self-confident and respectful of other cultures.
  • Our child-centered approach is designed using best practice from around the world and includes a holistic approach, with varied experiences and expressive processes which foster not only numeracy and literacy but also creativity and imagination. In grades I-V we have adopted the Cambridge International Primary Programme, CIPP, that allows our pre-existing strengths to be combined with a huge and thoughtful resource base developed by the University of Cambridge. This is thoughtfully combined with cutting-edge teaching practice, weekly staff training, and a focus on developing self-awareness and reflection among students.
  • Information Technology (IT) now being a part of the educational experience worldwide and regarded as a new ?literacy? alongside reading, writing and numeracy, it is included in the curriculum from Grade 1. Students develop key IT skills in a range of applications including word processing, computer graphics, spreadsheets, email, internet, presentations, etc. Musicals, art, drama, and public speaking, are important components of the programme. The school sports a large range of co-curricular activities, aided by talented teachers, experts, and parental support. The Reading Programme allows detailed analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of each child, and the Reading Club promotes good oral expression of the written word. Team and individual sports are a central part of the experience at GEM.
  • The Middle(VI-VIII) School curriculum is based on the school?s general academic aims of developing critical thinking and inculcating the attitudes and skills of successful life-long learners. The curriculum is aligned to the Cambridge International Primary Programme which precedes it and prepares students for the rigorous academic demands of IGCSE in grades 9 and 10. The Curriculum is designed to ensure that students have a smooth transition from Middle School to Senior School.
  • KEY CONSIDERATIONS : Develop Skills & Attitudes for Life Long Learning Team skills Develop Critical Thinking Effective Communication Express themselves in a range of ways such as oral activities, PowerPoint presentations, essays, debates and practical work.
  • List of Subjects Offered:-
    English
    Mathematics
    Science
    Social Studies
    ICT (Information and Communication Technology)
    Second Language (Hindi)
    Third Language (Odia/ Sanskrit)
    Creative and Expressive Arts (Music/Drama/Art/Dance)
    Physical Education