The international curriculum has been contextualized and adapted to meet the needs of the society at The Academy School. It aims to advance knowledge, abilities, values, and cultural awareness and is instructed entirely in English with the exception of language classes.
At The Academy, we perceive primary school as an opportunity for children to learn by doing while honing their cognitive, social, and physical abilities. Students are formally introduced to subjects like music, digital learning, and creativity at the primary school level, in addition to the core ones like languages, math, arts, science, and environmental studies. This is so that they can push the limits of their curiosity and start learning early, which is something we encourage at The Academy. With this strategy, students are guaranteed to leave primary school with confidence that will prepare them for their future endeavors in middle school and beyond.
Students are urged to grow into lifelong learners who can solve problems, think critically and creatively, communicate effectively, and act ethically with the help of strong co-curricular programs.
From grades 1-2, there are no formal exams given in primary school. Instead, teachers evaluate and assess their students based on how well they complete their homework, assignments, and class projects. The formalized assessment and testing pattern, which includes both class assessments and exams, is given to students from Class III onward.