Our enhanced curriculum includes an outstanding variety of activities for different kinds of learners, thought-provoking explanations of concepts catering to learners with multiple intelligences, activity-based learning that encourages students to construct their own ways of problem-solving and opportunities to extend and enrich the learning process. It enables students to deliver excellent academic outcomes.
“Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded”- Anonymous
In the early years, every day is an opportunity for astounding growth. At Radcliffe we nurture these budding years through our Primary Years Program that offers a transdisciplinary education that directs our little ones on a path of life-long learning and inculcates a strong sense of identity and self-belief.
Adapting the learning process to each student’s strengths, needs, skills, and interests.
Making learning fun by inculcating activities that stimulate senses by stimulating their senses, such as sight, smell, vision or feeling.
Redesigning classrooms with technological aids to provide an engaging and immersive learning opportunity.
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” – William Butler Yeats
The middle school years are the period of significant learning. These years are crucial not only for learning new skills but also for a child’s social-emotional growth.
Our middle school program is based on the Cambridge IGCSE and balances the best of traditional and modern methods of teaching and reimagines excellence in education serving as a perfect springboard to the advanced study years.
“Education is not the learning of the facts, but the training of the mind to think” – Albert Einstein
Our senior school program encourages each student to not only excel in academics but to push the boundaries of their understanding. Our program is based on CBSE curricula but goes beyond the prescribed syllabus to not only ensure exceptional numeracy and literacy skills but also install critical thinking and helps students to ‘learn how to learn’.