Top International School In Kondapur
Cambridge secondary is typically for learners aged 11 to 18 years. It gives a flexible framework for developing skills and understanding all subjects. CHIREC’s Cambridge classrooms are filled with dynamic group discussions, project-based activities and brainstorming sessions. By engaging students in active dialogue, teachers are able to promote self-expression, creativity, problem solving and integrate themes into a broader context.
Cambridge Secondary 1 comprises stages 6 to 8. It develops learners’ skills and understanding in Mathematics, English and Science for the first three years of secondary education and provides excellent preparation for Cambridge Secondary 2. The ICT program develops key skills in Mathematics, Information and Communication Technology. A wide range of teaching and learning resources aid the planning and delivery of the programme. These include curriculum framework, and schemes of work. Stages 6 to 8 are offered the core subjects English, Mathematics and Science from Cambridge, along with Social Studies and a second language. The three second languages offered are Hindi, Spanish and French. Students can opt for either one two second languages offered are Hindi and French. Students can opt for either one In stage 8, the Cambridge curriculum is capped with an International benchmarked exam called Cambridge Checkpoint.
Better By Design
This is a unique activity and does not fall under the regular club format. Students are given a situation with a problem. Finding and creating solutions from every day or learned knowledge, applying innovative and creative skills will release in them the scientist and inventor. Being able to “create” solutions will be their challenge and learning experience.
VIDEOThe Makers of Things are taking up residence at CHIREC and are hosting Better by Design, a course that walks students students from Grades 5 to 9 through Stanford D.schools Design Thinking methodology to enable them to come up with innovative ideas to solve a problem and finally bring these ideas to life in a state of the art innovation lab. The 35 week course hosted by The Makers Of Things, is an initiative by CHIREC alums Soumeet Lanka and Krishna Teja Madempudi to promote a culture of innovation in young students. You can watch their pilot program in this video and we cannot wait to see what our students do!
VIDEOStudents make, present and test prototypes for the egg drop challenge. Guess who is armor survived!
VIDEOStudents were introduced to the basics of Design thinking. They had a chance to abstract a complex entity into a simple symbol. Once they brainstormed, ideated and refined their logo, they were introduced to a 2D drawing software and then to the laser cutter to bring their logos to life!
VIDEOMoksha, Anvita & Sampriti hated untangling their hair, it took way too much time and effort. So they invented the Untangler 101!
VIDEOAanya & Vedika were tired of helping their older siblings with their stuff. They wanted to help them but, with a twist.!
VIDEO For Arnav, Awanth and Sahas - Tying their shoe laces always got them late to school. Lets see what they did to solve that problem!