An International Baccalaureate Education!

The International Baccalaureate is a curriculum inspired by insights of some of the progressive educationists such as John Dewey, A.S Neill, Jean Piaget, and Jerome Bruner. What conspired because of their philosophy and researched-based discoveries was a globally minded education, based on student centered learning and interactive curriculum. The IB supports schools in the implementation of four high-quality programmes of international education:

Primary Years Programme

(For students aged 3-12)

The PYP marks the start of a lifelong journey. It develops caring and culturally aware children to become active participants in their own learning.

Middle Years Programme

(for students aged 11-16)

The MYP develops students’ confidence in managing their own learning & making connections between their learning in the classroom & the real world.


(For students aged 16-19)

A future-ready programme that builds students’ inquiring mindset, fosters their desire to learn, & prepares them to excel at their careers & lead meaningful lives.

Career-Related Programme

(For students aged 16-19)

It equips students with future-ready skills & prepares them to follow their career pathways—combining academic subjects with their own professional interests.

Why Choose IB?

  • Focuses on skill development, understanding and application of knowledge rather than memorizing concepts
  • Enables children to become lifelong independent learners
  • Global collaboration facilitates international mindedness
  • Nurtures characteristics like curiosity and compassion.
  • Develops strong social and academic characteristics.
  • Better chances of being recruited by high-ranking universities worldwide.
  • Since IB schools are all over the world, it becomes easier for students to adjust in schools if they change schools frequently.

Approaches to Learning

“Learn How To Learn.”

It is explicitly embedded into day-to-day learning experiences, so that students have opportunities to practice and incrementally develop their skills.

Thinking Skills

Identifying the problem, evaluating the data, considering multiple perspectives and suggesting possible solutions.

Communication Skills

It includes Reading, Speaking, Listening and Writing which helps in building presentation skills and self confidence.

Social Skills

Developing relationships with mutual trust and respect. Collaborations helps in team building.

Self-management Skills

Setting challangeing goals, managing time and preparing for the unexpected helps in being organised.

Research Skills

Formulating questions, planning, collecting and interpreting data for presenting research findings.