In an effort to bridge the gap in academic content of one grade and the next, Radcliffe has introduced the concept of a bridge course. Parents of the children of all the grades are invited to send their children to school for two to three hours every day, during the vacation. The subject teacher first revises the concepts of the previous academic year and then aligns with the content of the ensuing year.
The insightful vision of bridging the gap paves the way towards better clarity of concepts at an unhurried pace and eliminates learning difficulties at grass root level; thereby providing a platform for self-exploration which is an integral part of Radcliffe's S.O.P. This very approach has led to productive results and a remarkable growth in academics has been observed by the stakeholders.