The Primary & Middle School curriculum is based upon the National & international Curriculum and is adapted to maximize the opportunities. Children are grouped within the class for different purposes either in ability groups or mixed ability groups depending on the objectives of each particular lesson.
On any given day, one would find The International School of Bombay students eagerly embracing the rigors of an all honors and advanced placement curriculum, working collaboratively with their peer group, teachers, and consulting authorities on solving real-world problems. When combined with our ISBian’s unwavering commitment to service and community engagement our students enter the real world with the courage to embrace any challenge, the moral character needed to thrive in a society and the curiosity to literally change the world.
Homework is given to reinforce and extend the work done in the class. It also helps students to work independently and learn time-management. In addition to this, students are expected to read from a wide range of books available.
Our excellent teachers & staff work hard every day to provide an educational experience which matches the best of international schools. We believe that your child’s success relies upon an open, trusting and productive relationship between home and school. We encourage this partnership in many ways and look forward to sharing in your child’s achievements. Our class-based, specialist and support staff work hard to ensure that we meet the needs of each student. We acknowledge that all individuals are different and we Endeavour to meet the needs of all. Our academic standards are strong and we strive to improve them constantly. We believe that the time all students spends at The International School of Bombay is very productive and enjoyable. Our commitment is to make it a memorable and successful experience for your child.
Partnership with parents is a powerful tool to encourage student developments and we ensure parents are kept well informed of their children’s academic and social well being through Parent-Teacher Conferences, School diaries and Phone calls throughout the year.