THE SCHOLARS' WORLD SCHOOL curriculum offers a core of academic subjects in language arts, mathematics, science and social sciences. The learning environment is child-centered and the curriculum is enriched by a strong reading program, library, learning resources.
The Primary Years Program is concept-driven and has inquiry based learning at the heart. Inquiry is essentially exploring, wondering, questioning, experimenting, researching and elaborating on solutions to problems. It involves the synthesis, analysis and manipulation of knowledge.
Teachers assess students by selecting or designing methods of assessment appropriate to the learning outcomes they intend to capture. Teachers also take into account the diverse, complicated and sophisticated ways that individual students use to develop and demonstrate their understanding.
The prime objective of assessing students’ learning and performance is to give feedback to
Students – to encourage the start of lifelong learning, Teachers – to support their reflection on what to teach and how to teach it, Parents – to highlight their child’s learning and development.
The curriculum framework consists of five essential elements: concepts, knowledge, skills, attitudes, action. Create a relevant, engaging, challenging and significant educational framework for all children. Teachers also take into account the diverse, complicated and sophisticated ways that individual students use to develop and demonstrate their understanding.
Students are expected to take responsibility for their own learning, using skills such as time management, self-assessment, etc
Attention to individual student needs, balanced with an emphasis on the value of challenge and fostering of self-reliance as students grow and mature. Accurate assessments are necessary at every level of learning. They provide the necessary raw data that every teacher needs. Quality assessment in our school makes the most of the process, involving both student and teacher, evaluating learning and learning styles, and pin-pointing problem areas for the teacher and the individual students, as well..