We analyse the strengths, aspirations and goals of the schools, conduct a feasibility study and then recommend the programmes that would best align with the schools’ vision, need and context. In this regard we support our schools through their application for candidacy, authorization, implementation and development of the following Programmes.
The programmes provide students with a balanced education that promotes an international understanding along with encouraging students and teachers to develop pride in their own heritage. This philosophy is in complete alignment with the vision and values of the Shriram schools.
DP is a two-year programme for students of age group 16 to 18 years. The schools have the flexibility of offering the programme as stand-alone. Through the DP, the students develop an excellent breadth and depth of knowledge, excel in traditional academic subjects, explore the nature of knowledge, develop research skills, study at least two languages and engage in experiential learning through the creativity, activity and service programme of the IB. Further reading: IB Diploma Programme
MYP students are well prepared for further education, including national and international courses of study for 16-19year olds. The MYP is a five-year programme, which can be offered in abbreviated formats of two, three or four years. Further reading: IB Middle Years Programme
The programme is offered to students of 3 to 12 years of age once the school is authorised. The six transdisciplinary themes of global significance deepen student learning and engage them in developing their conceptual understanding, knowledge and skills. Further reading: IB Primary Years Programme
The IGCSE offers a wide selection of subjects for students to select from. The programme accommodates the needs of learners at core and extended level. Cambridge IGCSE develops skills in creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving in learners. Further reading: Cambridge Upper Secondary
The flexibility of the programme allows greater emphasis on learning of language, Mathematics, Science, Global Perspective and ICT. The schools are free to add additional subjects such as Geography, History etc. that are relevant to the needs of their learners. Further reading: Cambridge Lower secondary
How we work with our schools
We support our schools in the implementation of the programme through
Student Advisory Programme promotes academic success by inculcating in students the habit of becoming self-regulated learners
The Advisory builds over the years to support students in their career and college planning.
In our pilot programme, we have started the Advisory Service Programme at
Our Schools offering the International Programme