“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”
The school prepares students for the Indian Council School Certificate of Secondary Education (I.C.S.E.) Examination (Std. X).
The academic year in Widom World Schools commences in June each year. Admissions start at age of 3 to Pre-Nursery. Classes of Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Preparatory will attend school only from 9:00 AM to 12:30 AM.
The curriculum during these years is grounded in active learning. Through practical activities, purposeful play and talk, students develop an understanding of the world and the basic concepts they will need for later learning. Parents can play a major role in fostering good attitudes to learning, developing language skills and promoting good behaviour.
The curriculum for Std. I to IV aims at developing children’s personal, social and emotional well-being; promotes positive attitudes and disposition towards their learning; provides opportunities to develop social skills as well as developing language and communication, Reading and Writing, Math, Science, knowledge and understanding of the world; and physical and creative development.
In Classes IV, V, VI and VII, we start gearing for the I.C.S.E. curriculum. The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination and prepares students for the I.C.S.E. Examination (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education). English (language and literature) is given the greatest weightage in the curriculum and it is compulsory for a student to pass in this subject.
The School maintains high standards in all aspects of education. Although academics will be given top priority in the curriculum, the development of the child will not be neglected. Through the house system, healthy competition is encouraged in a variety of activities held on an on-going basis throughout the year.
Students of classes I to X will attend school from 8.00 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. The students of Std. VIII, IX and X are prepared for the I.C.S.E. Examinations. The academic curriculum is supported by debates, speech and drama, sports, music and business development skills.
Student are taught practical skills, commercial applications and business model
Hindi will be the second language and will be taught from Std. I to Std. X. Indians who have lived overseas, and who have not studied Hindi till Class VI in their previous school, may be exempted from the study of Hindi, after permission to do so is received by the School from the I.C.S.E. Council, New Delhi. Such students may offer a foreign language as their second language.
Marathi will be taught as the third language from Std. I to Std. VIII. No student will be exempted from Marathi.