A broad and balanced curriculum
which promotes excellence and enjoyment.
GVIS follows the CBSE curriculum as well as the international practices as per the requirement of the UAE inspection frame work that can mould the students into global citizens.
The curriculum enables to maximize students’ achievement, develops the whole child physically, emotionally, socially, & morally. The curriculum is well structured and progressive and enables the teachers to revisit the skills and update them as per the needs. The curriculum provides the necessary support to every student by developing their essential skills and moulding into independent thinkers and learners.
Grace Valley Indian School offers a curriculum that provides authentic learning experiences that suit individual learning styles and levels of achievement.
Teaching and learning opportunities at Grace Valley aim at enhancing Value-based LIFE Skill, Positive Attitude and Creative thinking along with Social and Emotional wellbeing. Our school focuses on the principles of holistic development of every child who enters our portals. The curriculum complies with CBSE expectations and the development of skills that suit the international context. Teaching and learning strategies revolve around Cognitive, Psychomotor and affective domains of learning.
Strategies involved are objective-based learning activities that make students ‘do’ in the process of learning. Learning objectives guide the learner to know what he/she intends to do with what has been learned and focus on setting individual learner pathways and priorities. The objects of learning are Lessons from textbooks, digital resources, and research projects.Attempts are made to provide authentic learning experiences that suit individual learning styles and levels of achievement.
Assessment of learning is formative in nature throughout the Kindergarten and primary school and a combination of Formative and Summative assessments through middle and high school. Specific strategies and techniques are used in measuring the progress of individual student’s knowledge, the ability to apply that knowledge to real-world situations, critically reflect on acquired knowledge and communicate results effectively adding value to the knowledge gained.