Academic Curriculum

Our education experts have designed a range of broad, balanced and comprehensive curricular that meet the educational needs of every child and the world standards they need to.

To help you feel confident in your choice, we have produced a simple guide to each curriculum.

Our CBSE curriculum, delivered through thematic and project-based learning, is designed to encourage independent critical thought and foster inquiry, exploration, creativity and experimentation.An integrated approach to teaching and learning provides meaningful experiences and establishes cross-curricular links. Learning is structured across three areas in order to enhance the acquisition of skills in languages, science, mathematics, social studies, art, music, physical education and health.

At our ICSE schools in India, students benefit from a highly supportive system which encourages them to strive to reach their full, individual potential. The Indian curricula we offer gives the students of all abilities and aptitudes the chance to achieve their very best in a broad range of subjects

The CISCE open exciting doors for GEMS students. Indian universities are closely interlinked with these secondary school systems. This means that successful students have a golden ticket to India’s best higher education establishments.

The IB curriculum is even more arduous and demanding than the other two Indian boards, as the students are assessed all year round, on a variety of criteria. Quizzes, essays, portoflios and assignments are used to evaluate students, and there is a heavy focus on internal assessment, keeping the students on their feet throughout the year.

The IB programme is more practical and application-based. It has a broader spectrum of subjects that lead to all-round development. IB examinations test students’ knowledge, not their memory and speed. There are no examinations till the Middle Years Programme (Class 10). The focus of the IB pedagogy is on ‘how to learn’ rather than ‘what to learn’.