The Early Years at BBT is a family within a family. It caters to the specific needs of young learners in a safe and nurturing family environment, within the larger canvas of the school community. The programme focuses on building the foundation of learning by equipping students with key skills in literacy and numeracy, enabling them for future learning. Children are encouraged to think independently and work collaboratively. There is also emphasis placed on building self-esteem and confidence during these tender years, by helping students understand themselves better as learners as well as members of a community.
School strictly implements “No Homework Policy” for classes I & II
The Early Years (EY) program at Brahma Baba Techno School comprises Nursery, Lower Kindergarten (LKG) and Upper Kindergarten (UKG). The curriculum is developed around the CBSE Primary Years Program and is influenced by the Montessori and Kindergarten methods. It prepares children by extending their learning through group activities and hands-on work through an inquiry-based approach. These crucial years are used to help children improve their self-confidence and build their curiosity. Teachers engage with students to make learning their own. Children from the age of 3 years are welcome to begin their learning adventure at our school.
We facilitate an atmosphere and ambience that celebrates these differences and backgrounds in a warm and nurturing environment.
We believe that how children are treated and in turn how they treat others is of paramount importance to making them into good human beings and responsible citizens.
The diversity and qualifications of our teaching faculty, the innate curiosity and eagerness of our students, and the help and support of the community are factors that have contributed to the continuing success of Brahma Baba Techno School.
Our committed and hugely talented faculty work as a cohesive team to accomplish the goals and objectives of our school. To this end, we focus not only on pure academic objectives but also on your child’s personality and emotional development.
In BBT, we follow the CBSE Primary Checkpoint Curriculum. The objectives detail what the learner should know or what they should be able to do in each year of primary education.
We follow the CBSE Curriculum from PP to Grade 12.
However, to meet the demands of 21st-century skills, teachers develop the curriculum for each grade they teach and revise it annually.
Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.
Curriculum design, teaching strategies and assessments are aligned with the standards of the core programme developed by our experienced staff members. We also follow the CBSE Checkpoint syllabus for English, Math and Science, which culminates in Checkpoint examinations in Grades 5 and 8.
At BBT, we recognize the fact that the Middle School years are a time for experimenting with multiple approaches to learning and teaching, thus, imparting learning through class room instruction, audio-visual aids, hands-on activities, field trips and excursions, physical education and performing and visual arts. Students have ample opportunities to explore, fine-tune and exhibit their talents. We acknowledge that all subject areas are connected and therefore, we lay special emphasis on integration across subjects to make learning more meaningful and relevant.
Students are presented with leadership roles at school events, Round Square meetings and Sports and Cultural competitions, where they imbibe the qualities of sportsmanship, team-spirit, perseverance and resilience.
Since the Middle School years, being a period of transition, can be an emotionally challenging phase for children, we provide an environment which fosters easy and open communication between staff and students. It also encourages creative ways of dealing with conflict. In preparing students for high school, we try to instill a sense of independence and personal responsibility. To that end, we also run the PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) programme which is designed and delivered to cater specifically to the needs and requirements of the MS years.
Our primary objective is to create a challenging, yet supportive learning environment where teachers strive to take into account every child’s learning needs, strengths and areas for improvement through differentiated instruction and assessment.
The Middle School at BBT consists of Grades 5 to 8. Though based, to an extent, on the CBSE Secondary Programme, the MS curriculum has been developed by BBT staff. The intention was to create a flexible curriculum framework that allowed us to explore myriad ways of inculcating skills and understanding during the course of our students’ creative learning journey.
The subjects taught in the Middle School can be divided into 10 subject groups: First Language (English Language, English Literature), Regional Languages (English, Hindi, Assamese), Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology), Social Science (History, Geography), ICT, Home Economics/Nutrition, Visual Arts (2D & 3D), Performing Arts (Music, Dance & Theatre) and Physical Education.
The content in every subject area has been carefully curated by the staff to ensure that our students are comfortable in any cultural setting while being comfortable with their own cultural roots as well. The best international resources are used to deliver the curriculum and the teachers make every attempt to go above and beyond prescribed textbooks. Assessment consists of a comprehensive range of strategies that cater to the different learning styles of our students. Continuous assessments culminate every term with school examinations.
In Grades 5 and 8, students also take the Olympiad Examinations in English, Mathematics and Science which is an additional certificate as well as a diagnostic tool that evaluates the candidate’s performance in each sub-strand per subject in the curriculum. An attempt is also made to align the school assessment for Science subjects with that of Checkpoint & CBSE by holding a practical component.
The curriculum is designed and delivered to ensure that our students move on from the Middle School to High School years as knowledgeable, inquiring, reflective, principled and independent thinkers.
High school spans Grades 9 to 12. In Grades 9 and 10, we offer the CBSE curriculum.
Besides compulsory subjects, BBT offers an interesting range of contemporary academic subjects, designed to capture a student’s curiosity, and develop a lifelong love of learning.
In keeping up with the demands for 21st century skills, our instructional practices are designed to provide students with a framework for critical analysis, research skills, collaboration skills and presentation skills. These developmentally appropriate educational practices have been recognized to meet students’ needs in all the areas of development – physical, social, emotional and cognitive.
High school is a veritable bee hive of opportunities. Students have ample opportunities to engage in sports and extracurricular activities. In keeping with the true spirit of global citizenship, a few student groups have launched various clubs. These groups are engaged in fostering social consciousness and global awareness.
Equipped with the right temperament and skills, our students have excelled in life after school. They have had the honour of joining some of the best universities in the world.
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