Academic Strategy- Pre- Primary, Primary, Secondary, Sr. Secondary
At the Pre-Primary level, Ramagya School has adopted Multiple Intelligence learning programme wherein we provide opportunities for each student to recognize and utilize his/her unique intellect and assess his/her competency in intellect through Dermatoglyphics a branch of science which studies the patterns of skin (dermal) ridges present on the fingers, toes and the soles of human. It reveals the congenital links between our fingers and our intrinsic qualities and talents. Thus dermatoglyphics are able to identify the presence and magnitudes of these multiple intelligence at the early stages of childhood development. Equipped with this invaluable information, our children are taught through Visual, Auditory & Kinesthetic methods that are differential learning catering to all level of learners but using different methods for acquiring learning attainments.
“Early childhood education is the key to the betterment of society”. Maria Montessori
Ramagya is a pioneer in the field of Primary education as we believe that with strong roots, we can give wing to our students and help them to soar. Our Research core team after years of explorations has been able to develop the Primary pedagogical medium of instruction by integrating the best practices of Montessori teaching of Maria Montessori and Howard Gardner into our customized curriculum particularly for Pre- Primary wingers.
From Primary to Middle level, Ramagya School has collaboration with Cambridge University to give an international feel to its students. The finer points of this world acclaimed University are incorporated in the CBSE curriculum to make the students world ready to face any kind of global competition.
The framework of syllabus at Secondary and Senior Secondary level is solely based on CBSE as it is the central board of education in India and all the competitive exams are based on the CBSE board therefore Ramagya School opted for this board to give an opportunity to its students to grasp the basic concepts necessary for success in competitive examinations.