Early Years & Primary Years
Early Years – Nursery- Kindergarten (ages 3-6 yrs)
We want the students in Early Years to be confident, successful and have a sense of self and develop their independence. We recognize that each child is special and unique with their own individual needs, abilities and talents. This caring holistic environment is where the staff foster a warm nurturing learning atmosphere in partnership with parents. In so doing, we highlight and celebrate each child's abilities, talent and success.
Supervised ably by our teachers, your child will be taught the simple, yet important aspects of life. That includes thinking creatively, making meaningful choices, taking responsibility and, interacting and working effectively with others.
|Age Group: 3-5 Yrs.||School Timing: 09:00AM To 02:30PM(Optional-1:30PM)||Eligibility & Admission|
|Age Group: 5-6 Yrs.||School Timing: 09:00AM To 02:40PM||Eligibility & Admission|
Life in the Early Years
Primary Years- Grade 1-5 (ages 6-11 yrs)
Ecole Mondiale World School offers a dynamic and supportive learning environment that is committed to the holistic development of all students. Students in the Primary are encouraged to become critical thinkers through the provision of a stimulating and enriched curriculum.
As an International Baccalaureate World School, Ecole Mondiale is committed to your child becoming an active, compassionate life-long learner. Your child will become part of a dynamic learning environment where they actively inquire and continually build on the understanding of the world and take responsibility for their learning.
All students from age 3-11 yrs are engaged in the Programme of Inquiry.
Subjects as part of an inquiry based curriculam are:
- Language A (English)
- Language B (Hindi, options from grade 4 Hindi, French, Spanish)
- Social Studies
- Technology (information communication technology, computer technology)
- Arts (Visual Arts, Drama, Dance, Music)
- Personal, Social, Physical Education
IB PYP Curriculum Framework
This journey of our Nursery to 5th graders is guided by homeroom and specialist teachers. A teacher’s influence can last a lifetime, and our 6:1 student-teacher ratio makes sure that every child is cared for.
Participation in extra-curricular activities ensures a fair balance between academic and leisurely pursuits. Special events and celebrations like the Literacy Week, Arts Week, Science Week, etc. take place throughout the year, highlighting all the areas of our curriculum.
It is in Grade 5 that our students take part in the PYP Exhibition which ensures a smooth transition to the Middle Years Programme. Nobody knows better than you what your child needs. A rich and early learning experience is one of them.
As a school community we use our resourses to develop the skills, knowledge and attitude that every child needs now and in the future.
To learn more about the IB PYP, use the links below.
- Written curriculum: What do we want to learn?
- Taught curriculum: How best will we learn?
- Assessed curriculum: How will we know what we have learned?
The IB Curriculum is designed to develop internationally-minded students. Learn how it does this: