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60 Hour TTP

60 Hour Teacher Taining Programme is an on-going professional development initiative which ensures that every teacher has gained 60 hours of training during the academic year. The programme is categorised into 6 core components which are: Academic Competencies, Academic & Administrative Processes, EuroSchool Fit, Classroom Management, Communication and Leadership Skills.

Report Bee

A platform to show ‘digitised achievement record cards'. The report cards display the scores for the effective assessment of a child’s progress.

Argus

A two way communications platform, between the schools and the Cerebrum Team. Communication is done through important documents like blue print, summative paper, sample paper, syllabus, reflection, worksheets, lesson plans, scope & sequence, home connect, almanac and event pictures.

ETAT

All EuroSchool teachers are reviewed through the EuroSchool Teacher Assessment Tool at two intervals in an academic year. These scores help the Principals make informed decisions regarding a teacher’s career path.

Admission officers

Ahmedabad Campus:

Divya Chandran +91 99252 92222

divya.chandran@es03.euroschoolindia.com


Bangalore, Chimney Hills Campus:

Vinutha Reddy +91 9916970000

info@es06.euroschoolindia.com


Bangalore, Kogilu Campus:

Fahim Taj +91 7829163111

info@es07.euroschoolindia.com


Bangalore, Whitefield Campus:

Mary Chaithanya+91 9916760000

info@es05.euroschoolindia.com


Hyderabad Campus:

K.Ramya +91 8099956111

info@es09.euroschoolindia.com


Navi Mumbai, Airoli Campus:

Kalpana Thakkar +91 90044 30000

kalpana.thakkar@es01.euroschoolindia.com


Pune, Undri Campus:

Chanda Parwani +91 93256 81234

chanda.parwani@es10.euroschoolindia.com


Pune, Wakad Campus:

Rugweda Nimbalkar +91 9322511234

rugweda.nimbalkar@es11.euroschoolindia.com


Surat Campus:

Tasneem Havalchi +91 7874340000

tasneem.havalchi@es04.euroschoolindia.com


Thane Campus:

Mamta Bukanam +91 90046 23000

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ASTRONOMY

The Astronomy Club aims to introduce and familiarise students to the celestial world.The purpose of this club is to increase the student’s awareness of the cosmos through observation of outer space. Students get an introduction to famous astronauts, the Zodiac Signs and the 12 constellations. They learn about the solar system, asteroids, meteors, meteorites, comets and phases of the moon. They get the opportunity to discover the space shuttle and its various parts and the astronaut suit with the help of videos.

HISTORY & HERITAGE

The History and Heritage Club aims to learn about the local history and heritage of a specific region. Every area, city, state and country is characterised by events and personalities that helped shape it. Understanding the local flavours, traditions, people, the way of living, landmarks and monuments form a part of this club. This club enables students to gain awareness about places that they interact with while learning about the historical and cultural importance.

NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE

Revisiting the food pyramid is essential for students as they familiarise themselves with the different food categories and different types of nutrients like carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals. Students learn to make simple dishes like salads, healthy juices, sandwiches, etc. and in turn determine the nutritive value of all the recipes after making it. As a broader dimension to the scope of the club, important aspects like good eating habits, table manners and a daily routine of exercise, water and sleep are also tackled.

MODEL UNITED NATIONS

The MUN Club is intended to help students become great thinkers and speakers. As finding solutions to global problems and crises is of paramount importance the club helps students learn, understand and appreciate the history, activity and impact of the UN. MUN students analyse world events and the effectiveness of the UN in meeting those challenges. At MUN conferences, students conduct and participate in mock assemblies, representing various countries by discussing pressing issues in select assemblies like ECOSOC, DISEC, Human Rights, etc.

ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

The Environment and Sustainable Development Club makes students aware of issues related to the environment like the carbon footprint left behind on the planet, climate change and the impact of humans on biodiversity locales. Sensitising students to the actions of humans on the environment and then leading them towards practical and possible solutions is part of this club.

ROBOTICS

The Robotics Club offers students the opportunity to work with AI technologies and innovations. Students are introduced to the basics of robotics and its application in various fields. The robotics kits allow students to assemble numerous 3D models including vehicles of different types. Students are introduced to various tools and programming language CIMPLE to increase the efficiency of creating automation and intelligent machines.

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Pedagogy

EuroSchool subscribes to the Balanced Schooling, which is the cornerstone of our Pedagogy, to provide a holistic development of the child in a conducive learning environment. This approach to learning aims at creating confident and responsible individuals through a combination of Academics and Co- Curricular activities.

LRPA forms the crux of our pedagogy at EuroSchool; where students Learn – Reinforce – Practice – Apply knowledge, concepts and skills. This pedagogical model enables the student to become an independent learner, aided by technology and facilitated by the teacher. Our in-house curriculum and initiative, aptly titled Altius, helps in infusing academic rigour, with the idea that every student is a rising star. The academic achievement of every student is tracked, monitored and focussed on in a bid to improve learning.

The Non-Academic exposure is in the form of clubs as student’s journey on a voyage of self-discovery. Such experiences help shape a well-developed personality in a stress free learning environment. The outcomes of the non-academic clubs are manifested in events organised by the school.

Educators

Our teachers work closely with students to foster synergy and equanimity. They are more like mentors to young students and are ever present to guide them in their formative years.

In pursuit of becoming inspirational, EuroSchool teachers are motivated to reflect on their teaching experiences, read about advancements in their respective subject areas and participate in enriching workshops.

As life-long learners, teachers have to constantly reinvent themselves professionally and personally. To teach the 21st century student, teachers have to become 21st century learners themselves.

Cerebrum

CEREBRUM is the Academic Research and Development Wing at EuroSchool. It is the centre for innovation and pedagogy and is responsible for the academic and non-academic initiatives. It comprises a team of highly motivated and experienced experts who ideate, conceptualize and implement new and advanced ideas of teaching methodologies and practices. Cerebrum can boast of its proud pedigree of academicians and its current team has teaching experience that includes not only State Board, ICSE and CBSE but also Cambridge International and the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme. The main aim of the team is to make the educational experience at EuroSchool contemporary and unique thereby making EuroSchool one of the topmost schools in the country.

The EuroSchool curriculum and pedagogy is also aligned with the Bloom’s taxonomy of learning which is reflected through classroom activity, follow up work, review questions and assessments. The underpinning philosophy of the curriculum design at EuroSchool is the five E’s: Engage, Explore, Experience, Empower and Empathy.

Academics

EuroSchool offers curriculum in accordance with the ICSE or CBSE boards at individual schools and select EuroSchools also offer the CAIE, Cambridge Assessment International Education (IGCSE). The Academic module for EuroSchool puts focus on using technology as a key enabler for learning. Our classroom teaching is augmented with Computer labs, science labs and the Smart Class system that uses 3D animation and multimedia to augment teaching outcomes.

Using Pupils Performance Standards with Weekly lesson plans, learning is structured based on 70 specific skills and techniques laid down for English, Mathematics, Physical Science, Social Science, Environmental Education and Information and Communication Technology. Every EuroSchool teacher is trained and has a detailed ‘Weekly Lesson Plan’ for each subject.

Our curriculum is oriented towards creating competent global citizens, rather than students who just pass the grades with relevant marks. We put focus on current international best practices with special emphasis on the way knowledge is imparted.

Academic clubs

These comprise of clubs that help impart value education and build general knowledge amongst students.

Beyond Academics

The Beyond Academic module for EuroSchool runs on the concept of clubs. The underpinning idea of clubs at EuroSchool is a voyage of self-discovery and understanding. They form an integral part of all EuroSchools and find a place within regular school hours. Clubs are conducted with the same spirit of commitment and excellence as academics as they impart value education and build general knowledge amongst students. The breadth of choice offered provides an enriching experience not only beyond academics but also helps students acquire skills in diversified field.

  • Fine Arts Programme

    These clubs put focus on the ambitions and talents of young students that go beyond academic curriculum.

    • Instrumental Music
    • Dance
    • Art and Craft
    • Oratory
    • Literature and Drama
  • Sports Programme

    Students are encouraged to participate in the sporting activities of their choice and are also provided with specialised infrastructure and coaching to help propel their talent.

    • Football
    • Taekwondo
    • Basketball
    • Swimming
    • Skating
    • Gymnastics
  • Leadership Programme

    • The International School Award (ISA) provides a supportive and motivational framework to guide international learning activities that the school conducts.
    • Europe meets India (EUMIND) is a network of schools in India and Europe to promote intercultural learning, global citizenship, social responsibility and ecological awareness.
    • International Award for Young People (IAYP) is the most adaptable and successful youth empowerment program which establishes capacity for identifying hard issues and challenges associated with youth.
  • Outbound Education Programme

    • EuroSchool organises educational trips to places that build curiosity and the urge to explore various themes.
    • Trips are planned with a set focus and specific objective.
    • Aim of this programme is to provide experiential learning beyond the school environment.
  • Sparks Programme

    • Sparks is an initiative that aims at instilling great values and virtues which is of paramount importance through motivational speeches and interactions.
    • Students are provided with opportunities to meet accomplished individuals who are not part of the school but influential people in the society
  • Competitive Programme

    EuroSchool offers its students the opportunity to compete in

    • Hues – An Inter EuroSchool Art competition.
    • The Debate – An Inter EuroSchool competition for public speaking.
    • Omaggio – An Inter EuroSchool choral competition.