Our curriculum is designed to be appropriately challenging for a child’s development and our comprehensive teaching techniques and support system enable us to address individual needs. We seek to transform the natural curiosity of a child into a passion for learning through objective inquiry into a wide spectrum of disciplines.
Many levels of academic support will always be available to help students to progress and reach success. The school’s dynamic language development program is designed to suit students with different learning styles. The language of learning breaks all the barriers and sets them on the track of transformation and confidence.
It is our firm belief that a child should always be allowed to freely explore the world around them, while our role is just to gently nudge them in the right direction, watch over them and guide them when they feel lost. And for this purpose, only the best teachers and faculty will do. That’s why our teachers are selected after careful consideration and extensive understanding. We expect our teachers to unlearn everything they already know about teaching, and come to us with a fresh perspective. In essence, we nurture the nurturer. It’s important to us that our teachers be open-minded, sensitive and well-tuned to the needs of each child, to be able to provide an explorative, cooperative and prejudice-free environment for your child. This, after all, is the essence of a healthy, holistic and vibrant culture of learning.
Mangal Newton follows the CBSE board of academics, and the students are taught the prescribed syllabus. However, the edge that we have over others lies in how we teach, not what we teach.
Audio visual and immersive techniques of learning are the norm in our classrooms. We make sure every lesson is an enjoyable experience that every child wants to be a part of.
For this, we follow a four-pronged approach of teaching:
1. Classroom learning of the concept
2. Reinforcement of the concept via audio-visual aids
3. Putting the learning in practice via projects & experiments
4. Real life application