Grade 1-6 children receive direct instruction from the teachers. Students experience personalized learning with an interactive, engaging curriculum and hands-on learning activities. Daily coursework aligned with their abilities ensures students grasp of the lesson objectives. Because the curriculum is engaging, relevant and challenging, students are guided to work at the pace best suited for their learning process.
Instructional technology is used to engage students in critical and creative thinking. Children develop concepts and knowledge in:
Extra curricular activities are also offered. These classes and programs allow children to pursue a special interest that's outside of the typical educational curriculum, including sports, arts, Music, special-interest clubs like reading club, educational interactive games, chess, sports, music, art, etc.
Indeed, these extra-curricular activities outside the classroom boost children's social and academic skills.
How do extracurricular activities help students?
By doing extracurricular activities, a child can expand their social influence, develop their physical stamina, acquire new skills and become better problem solvers. Research shows that kids who do extracurricular activities tend to do better in the classroom too.
Generally, SIS instructional program is based on interactive activities in all subjects. As a result, the learning process will be enjoyable for students, and they won’t have a dull moment.