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From First Grade, the English, Maths and Science programmes are taught through the medium of English, according to the Cambridge Primary curriculum.
The University of Cambridge not only outlines the programme of study for each grade but also provides diagnostic evaluations that the teachers apply on completing every stage.
In Middle School, towards the end of Sixth Grade, every student is evaluated externally in the three subjects, an evaluation termed Primary Checkpoint, in order to determine progress.
From Phase 2 of Junior School, Geography and History, though not part of the Cambridge Primary programme, are also taught through the medium of English which not only provides students a foothold in these subjects but also helps in the acquisition of the language.
At times, some students need a little extra help with some of the core subjects and it is important that the help comes before the difficulty develops into a larger problem.
The school offers specialise help in four areas in the Junior School. For the younger students support with the basic skills of attention/concentration, fine motor skills, etc. is offered.
Later on, support in language development and mathematics areas is offered through our three programmes - "Development of linguistic abilities", "Help with English" and "Help with Maths".
Sometimes, the special help is provided within the mainstream classroom. At other times a small group of students is formed to receive the support from a specialised teacher.
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