Our Programme


Age Limit : 1.5 yrs to 2.5yrs

Class size: 15:1 ratio of Children and Academic Trainer

Academics:

“Parth curriculum is best suited for children as it is Montessori originated and academically trainer framed” Children are viewed as an enthusiastic, knowledge seeker with an affinity to grasp the lessons with immense potentiality and to be interested in connecting the world around them. Academic Trainers are the mentors, early mind shapers of the kids, who direct them towards true essence of education. As co-learners, partners and resource guides they listen, document their actions, challenge them and support them learning in a collaborative relationship along with their co-staffs.

An emergent learning process:

Ideas are shared, work is exchanged and opportunities are created to extend and build upon theories that are uncovered and bring about an innovative and inventive education.

Role of environment:

The conscious use of space, colour and light, displays of children’s art and direct their attention towards aesthetic values of nature and life, Parth environment plays a significant role in refining the raw talents within the kids. The role of a teacher is secondary to the role of parents and hence Parth helps in shaping the qualitative aptitude and etiquettes of children at school, while they are trained at home by their parents.

The role of Parents:

Parents are the essential component in shaping a child’s nature towards education and life skills and so we actively encourage the parental involvement at Parth.

Art is at the core of our academic approach:

Children have an access to art at all times and are supported with many other extracurricular activities in our environment. Through craftworks such as wire shaping, clay modelling, sketching, painting etc., they discover the properties of these art forms and use them to express their ideas, theories and feelings about the world around them. The teaching process is documented in various ways to make learning easier for the children. Documentation allows children to re-visit their experiences, reflect upon them and extend their thinking power.

Age Limit : 2.5 yrs to 3.5yrs

Class size: 15:1 ratio of Children and Academic Trainer

Academics:

“Parth curriculum is best suited for children as it is Montessori originated and academically trainer framed” Children are viewed as an enthusiastic, knowledge seeker with an affinity to grasp the lessons with immense potentiality and to be interested in connecting the world around them. Academic Trainers are the mentors, early mind shapers of the kids, who direct them towards true essence of education. As co-learners, partners and resource guides they listen, document their actions, challenge them and support them learning in a collaborative relationship along with their co-staffs.

An emergent learning process:

Ideas are shared, work is exchanged and opportunities are created to extend and build upon theories that are uncovered and bring about an innovative and inventive education.

Role of environment:

The conscious use of space, colour and light, displays of children’s art and direct their attention towards aesthetic values of nature and life, Parth environment plays a significant role in refining the raw talents within the kids. The role of a teacher is secondary to the role of parents and hence Parth helps in shaping the qualitative aptitude and etiquettes of children at school, while they are trained at home by their parents.

The role of Parents:

Parents are the essential component in shaping a child’s nature towards education and life skills and so we actively encourage the parental involvement at Parth.

Art is at the core of our academic approach:

Children have an access to art at all times and are supported with many other extracurricular activities in our environment. Through craftworks such as wire shaping, clay modelling, sketching, painting etc., they discover the properties of these art forms and use them to express their ideas, theories and feelings about the world around them. The teaching process is documented in various ways to make learning easier for the children. Documentation allows children to re-visit their experiences, reflect upon them and extend their thinking power.

Age Limit : 3.5 yrs to 4.5yrs

Class size: 15:1 ratio of Children and Academic Trainer

Academics:

“Parth curriculum is best suited for children as it is Montessori originated and academically trainer framed” Children are viewed as an enthusiastic, knowledge seeker with an affinity to grasp the lessons with immense potentiality and to be interested in connecting the world around them. Academic Trainers are the mentors, early mind shapers of the kids, who direct them towards true essence of education. As co-learners, partners and resource guides they listen, document their actions, challenge them and support them learning in a collaborative relationship along with their co-staffs.

An emergent learning process:

Ideas are shared, work is exchanged and opportunities are created to extend and build upon theories that are uncovered and bring about an innovative and inventive education.

Role of environment:

The conscious use of space, colour and light, displays of children’s art and direct their attention towards aesthetic values of nature and life, Parth environment plays a significant role in refining the raw talents within the kids. The role of a teacher is secondary to the role of parents and hence Parth helps in shaping the qualitative aptitude and etiquettes of children at school, while they are trained at home by their parents.

The role of Parents:

Parents are the essential component in shaping a child’s nature towards education and life skills and so we actively encourage the parental involvement at Parth.

Art is at the core of our academic approach:

Children have an access to art at all times and are supported with many other extracurricular activities in our environment. Through craftworks such as wire shaping, clay modelling, sketching, painting etc., they discover the properties of these art forms and use them to express their ideas, theories and feelings about the world around them. The teaching process is documented in various ways to make learning easier for the children. Documentation allows children to re-visit their experiences, reflect upon them and extend their thinking power.

Age Limit : 4.5 yrs to 5.5yrs

Class size: 15:1 ratio of Children and Academic Trainer

Academics:

“Parth curriculum is best suited for children as it is Montessori originated and academically trainer framed” Children are viewed as an enthusiastic, knowledge seeker with an affinity to grasp the lessons with immense potentiality and to be interested in connecting the world around them. Academic Trainers are the mentors, early mind shapers of the kids, who direct them towards true essence of education. As co-learners, partners and resource guides they listen, document their actions, challenge them and support them learning in a collaborative relationship along with their co-staffs.

An emergent learning process:

Ideas are shared, work is exchanged and opportunities are created to extend and build upon theories that are uncovered and bring about an innovative and inventive education.

Role of environment:

The conscious use of space, colour and light, displays of children’s art and direct their attention towards aesthetic values of nature and life, Parth environment plays a significant role in refining the raw talents within the kids. The role of a teacher is secondary to the role of parents and hence Parth helps in shaping the qualitative aptitude and etiquettes of children at school, while they are trained at home by their parents.

The role of Parents:

Parents are the essential component in shaping a child’s nature towards education and life skills and so we actively encourage the parental involvement at Parth.

Art is at the core of our academic approach:

Children have an access to art at all times and are supported with many other extracurricular activities in our environment. Through craftworks such as wire shaping, clay modelling, sketching, painting etc., they discover the properties of these art forms and use them to express their ideas, theories and feelings about the world around them. The teaching process is documented in various ways to make learning easier for the children. Documentation allows children to re-visit their experiences, reflect upon them and extend their thinking power.

Class size: 15:1 ratio of Children and Academic Trainer

Academics:

The Parth International School follows the IGCSE syllabus, an internationally acclaimed curriculum which is apt for the basic learning. The primary level introduces various internationally published learning materials to make students experience the international way of learning the subjects prescribed. The staff members are trained to cope up with the current ways of educating the primary sections. The level of technology profusely lies on the subject matter produced by the institution and it is managed in an exemplary manner.

An emergent learning process:

Ideas are shared, work is exchanged and opportunities are created to extend and build upon theories that are uncovered and bring about an innovative and inventive education.

Role of environment:

The Parth atmosphere and curriculum creates a wonderful combination of an effective activity based learning. The primary sections are mostly involved in many social conscious activities to create an awareness among them regarding cleanliness and waste management.

Art is at the core of our academic approach:

Children have an access to art at all times and are supported with many other extracurricular activities in our environment. Through craftworks such as wire shaping, clay modelling, sketching, painting etc., they discover the properties of these art forms and use them to express their ideas, theories and feelings about the world around them. The teaching process is documented in various ways to make learning easier for the children. Documentation allows children to re-visit their experiences, reflect upon them and extend their thinking power.