Middle School Curriculum amalgamates the curriculum of all the boards seamlessly and it is the major reason behind its uniqueness.
In the middle school curriculum, we begin teaching separate subjects, but integration and interdisciplinary teaching approach continues to take place wherever appropriate. The approach in the middle school years continues to be student-centric where the onus of learning shifts from the teacher to the student. The methodology is constructive, taking the child from his/her known context to the unknown, from concrete to abstract and from local to global. A wide range of innovative methods, such as active learning, cooperative activities, inquiry and experience-based learning is used in the classroom. These methods aim at developing competencies rather than mastering the given content knowledge.