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The school has an extensive campus with an infrastructure on par with international standards. Spacious classrooms equipped with the latest multimedia hardware, well-equipped Science laboratories, dedicated laboratories for Computers, Mathematics & Languages, an auditorium, Activity Rooms & studios, an AV room, cafeteria, and an elaborate Sports infrastructure, all ensure that your child will have the best facilities to support the academic programme.


The school also has an academic and Sports programme using the latest methodology and training programmes, with qualified teachers and trained Coaches and Instructors. This is in line with our goal of promoting excellence in academics, Sports and co-curricular activities.


The detailed list of facilities provided is indicated below:

1. WiFi-enabled Digital Class rooms

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2. Active Participation

One of the main benefits of using technology in the classroom is that the traditional passive learning mold is broken.  Unlike a teacher-led classroom, students participate in gathering information from the Internet and making their own decisions deciding whether it is relevant or not.  Activity helps the student become engaged in the lesson and retain more information.

3. A Picture is Worth 1000 Words

If a picture is worth 1,000 words how much is a video worth?  Think back to when you were in school, walking into the classroom and seeing the film projector set up meant class was going to be much more interesting.  Showing how a cell divides vs. describing it with words is a night and day difference.  Rich media that are readily available on the Internet can help the student grasp more complex concepts quicker and easier then using the written word alone. Recent studies have shown where technology is implemented correctly test scores rise, there is improved student attendance and increased student comprehension.

4. Speaking their Language

Current students were born in to a world with internet, sometimes we forget that they have been raised with social media, smart phones, ipods and computers being the norm.  The natural assumption is that Information needs to be delivered in short succinct image laden packages to assure they understand the data.  Students are very accustomed and comfortable with this type of presentation – and people learn better when they are comfortable with the delivery environment.

5. Real- Life Work Experience

The technology in the classroom MUST be up to speed with what is in the real world, otherwise the student has the disadvantage.  In technology savvy classrooms, a teacher acts as a facilitator who sets project goals for the students and provides them with the necessary resources and guidelines to reach those goals. The student himself makes decisions with regards to the design choices, the information he wants to use and display, as well as the resources that he will use.