"If a child is not learning the way you are teaching, then you must teach in the way the child learns", said Dr. Howard Gardener. Our beliefs in this theory have led us to frame our curriculum in a manner that caters to children with a spectrum of intelligences.
Magnus has contemporary classrooms with world class educational aids. We maintain a 20:1 student-teacher ratio at a school level, with a maximum capacity of 40 students per class for primary and above classes. A Holistic education is based on the idea that children can be taught in a natural and engaging manner, rather than by compartmentalization of the school subjects. These holistic approaches empower children to use their academic learning as a foothold for their emotional and social development.
At Magnus Global School, children will find the best possible learning and growing environment, to prepare themselves for their future successes. Every child is special with his/her unique capabilities, and our objective is to identify and nurture these unique capabilities. Magnus was not created to force any kind of specialization onto a child, but to nurture a child's natural abilities - be it artistic, analytical, scientific or linguistic. We're not just teaching skills and content; we're trying to develop our students by bringing the world to them.
At Magnus, we use technology to empower our students and parents. Students master even the most difficult concepts through interactive smart classes and learn languages through innovative Language Labs. In a true International sense, parents can track performance of their wards through various means such as Online Management Software, periodic parent-teacher meets.
Sharp, presentable, open minded, courteous are just some of the personality traits we would like every child at Magnus to imbibe. Learning about ways of the world and having the ability to mould oneself as per the environment ensures that our children will be confident at facing the challenges of the professional world.
Creativity and Out of the Box thinking is the key to the learning program at Magnus. Allowing the children to challenge the conventions, raise a query, deliberate and approach problems and issues in a systematic manner ensures that the learning is just not one dimensional.
Identifying talents and skills at early age, gives us all an opportunity to enable our children to develop the same. With focused training programs, trained faculty and one to one time with each child, it becomes imperative that we nurture their talents and interests.