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Affiliations & Curriculums

Affiliations & Curriculums

Genesis Global School is authorised and affiliated to conduct the

  • International Baccalaureate
  • Cambridge International Examination
  • Central Board of Secondary Education

As an international school, we are now part of a global community of schools committed to developing knowledgeable, caring young individuals who will be ready to negotiate their future successfully and make contributions resulting in a more harmonious and peaceful world.

We hope to see the positive results of offering this wide range of courses, as batches of scholars graduate from Genesis Global School and undertake activities that enhance social, cultural and economic environments locally, nationally and perhaps, internationally.

IB-PYP – IB-Primary Years Programme

“Tell Me And I Forget

Show Me And I May Remember

Involve Me And I Will Understand”

The driving force behind the IB Primary Years Programme is a deeply held philosophy about the nature of International Education. To meet the diverse needs of Scholars– physical, social, intellectual, aesthetic and cultural – schools following the PYP ensure that learning is engaging, relevant, challenging and significant. Investigative learning is central to the programme and is a critical element in developing a wider perspective and creating lifelong learners. This must begin with each scholar’s ability to consider and reflect upon the point of view of his counterpart.

The Primary Years Programme (PYP) looks at the above through the enquiry method , which puts the onus of learning on the scholar itself. This method is experiential in nature allowing the scholars to arrive at an understanding through experiences. The modules are carefully planned across the levels to provide a complete and coherent curriculum which is of global significance and that also provides an awareness of the human condition and commonalities in various cultures creating sensitivity towards the  diversity in our world.

Mother tongue is essential for a scholars’ holistic development. It helps them to stay rooted in their culture and gain an indepth understanding of their lineage and in turn learn more about themselves. Genesis lays emphasis on this cultural experience, which the child develops with constant practice and interaction, in their native language. Various occasions are designed and celebrated throughout the year to encourage this.

All scholars from age 3- 11 years are engaged in the Programme of Inquiry.

Subjects in PYP are;

  • Language (English and Hindi)
  • Mathematics
  • Social studies (Program of Inquiry)
  • Science (Program of Inquiry)
  • Arts – Music, Visual art, Drama and Dance
  • Personal, social and physical education

To learn more about the IB PYP, use the links below.

Click here to download workplans

CBSE – Central Board of Secondary Education

All scholars at Genesis can pursue their learning in an uninhibited and non- restrictive manner. The School aims to provide holistic development to its scholars and is opposed to a rigid and stressful examination policy. Keeping this in mind, the School follows the CCE system of CBSE, in the Middle and senior school.

The all-round development of a  scholar is assessed through a variety of interesting activities, rather than just a written examination.

The teaching approach follows the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation designed by the Central Board of Secondary Education.

Objectives of CCE.

  • To help develop cognitive, psychomotor and affective skills.
  • To lay emphasis on thought process and de-emphasise memorization.
  • To make evaluation an integral part of teaching-learning process.
  • To use evaluation for improvement of student’s achievement and teaching – learning strategies on the basis of regular diagnosis followed by remedial instruction.
  • To use evaluation as a quality control device to maintain desired standard of performance.
  • To determine social utility, desirability or effectiveness of a programme and take appropriate decisions about the learner, the process of learning and the learning environment.
  • To make the process of teaching and learning a learner-centred activity.

Type of assessment , Month/ Term wise percentage weightage

Grade 6- Grade 10

First TermSecond Term
Formative  Assessment (FA1) = 10%  (April- May)

Formative  Assessment (FA2) = 10%  (July- August)

Summative Assessment (SA1) =30%   (September)

(FA1+FA2+SA1 = 50%)

 

Formative  Assessment (FA3) = 10%  (October- November)

Formative  Assessment (FA4) = 10%  (December-January)

Summative Assessment (SA2) =30%   (March)

(FA3+FA4+SA2 = 50%)

 

Term1+Term2 = 100%

 

Formative Assessment will comprise of :

·         Class work

·         Homework

·         Oral questions

·         Quizzes

·         Projects

·         Assignments/Tests

·         Unit Test

Summative assessment shall be a written Theory Exam

SA1 – Half-Yearly Examination
SA2-  Final Examination
Weightage – 30%(SA1) & 30%(SA2)

Question Papers will come from CBSE.
Maximum marks for each subject paper = 90
Weightage will be taken = 30%

Grade 11 – Grade 12

  • The assessment is done on the basis of unit tests for Grade 11 as a regular feedback on academic performance.
  • Grade 11 has Half Yearly and Annual Exams. Promotion to the next class depends on the performance in the annual exam, as per the passing criteria laid down by CBSE.
  • Grade 12 has regular class tests, followed by half yearly exams. They have two test series examinations followed by Pre-Board Exams.
  • Grade 12 appears for the All India Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations in March-April conducted by CBSE.

Click here to download workplans

CIE – Cambridge Secondary 1

Cambridge Secondary 1 (CS1) is a curriculum for Grade 6 to 8 from Cambridge International Examinations. It is a sophisticated and nuanced methodology to nurture young minds. It is a curriculum for the Contemporary world to produce scholars who are not only informed but also aware of their responsibilities as global citizens.

The Pedagogy too caters to a wide variety of skills ranging from compassion to patience and from research to expression.

Click here to download workplans

IGCSE – International General Certificate of Secondary Education

The IGCSE curriculum encourages a learner-centred and enquiry-based approach to learning. It develops a scholars’ skill in creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving, giving excellent preparation for the next stage in their education.

IGCSE is a two year curriculum starting in Grade 9. In most subjects there is a choice between core and extended curricula, making IGCSE suitable for a wide range of abilities. There are clear guidelines which explain the standard of achievement for different Grades.
Assessment for Cambridge IGCSE includes written and oral tests, coursework and practical assessment. Coursework is set and marked by the Mentor and externally moderated by Cambridge.

Cambridge IGCSE examination sessions occur three times a year, in Feb/Mar, May/June and October/November.
Results are declared in May, August and January.

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IB Diploma Programme

The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is an academically challenging and balanced programme of education with final examinations that prepares scholars, aged 16 to 19, for success at university and life beyond. It has been designed to address the intellectual, social, emotional and physical well- being of scholars.

The Diploma Programme prepares scholars for success in higher education and equips them for effective participation in a rapidly evolving and increasingly global society as they:-

  • develop physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically acquiring breadth and depth of knowledge, studying courses from six subject groups.
  • develop skills and a positive attitude towards learning that prepares them for higher education.
  • study at least two languages and increase their understanding of cultures, including their own.
  • make connections across traditional academic disciplines and explore the nature of knowledge through the programme’s unique “Theory of Knowledge” course.
  • undertake in-depth research in an area of interest through the lens of one or more academic disciplines in the Extended essay (EE).
  • enhance their personal and interpersonal development through creativity, action and service (CAS).

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