We believe that unless the programme in the Years adequately addresses all facets of student growth, students cannot successfully mature into lifelong learners. Students study a rich curriculum including English, Health, Mathematics, Hindi, Physical Education, Music, Religious Education, Sciences, Social Studies and Visual Arts.
We acknowledge, too, the critical nature of the Middle Years in developing the personal identity. Therefore, our Years educators demonstrate a deep commitment to the social and emotional well-being of the young people in their care. Students benefit from a Middle Years Coordinator, who takes the lead in pastoral care, monitoring individual progress and supporting student development. The Coordinator is supported by a group of Advisors – faculty members responsible for groups of eight to twelve students. Apart from regular weekly meetings, Advisor Groups get together socially once or twice a semester in order to help foster positive relationships between students and staff.
The programme is designed around BMMS’s belief that education is a means to elicit the greatness innate within each student. As such, the EYP is committed to establishing a foundation that promotes Woodstock’s desired learning outcomes for students in Grades ECP (Early Childhood Programme) through 4. This is accomplished through a social curriculum that is practised and reinforced at every grade level, and an interdisciplinary, project-based curriculum that is connected to the local environment. In addition, as part of the school day, students are provided with enrichment opportunities that allow for the pursuit of additional interests related to sports or clubs.