“Big transformations begin at grassroot levels.”
At the Ivy Kinderland, we nurture the tiny tots in an open and trusting environment, where the child learns through new experiences and insights through various themes, activities and celebrations, which promotes understanding of people and the planet. We have a child-centered, interdisciplinary curriculum which encourages each learner to be comfortable yet be challenged to excel. The emphasis is on children to get curious, develop greater comprehension skills and ability to express themselves clearly and confidently. Our early years program is designed based on Multiple Intelligence Theory of Dr. Harvard Gardener, along with activities designed for Panchkosha Vikas defined by NCF.Read More
At The Ivy Global School, we are cognizant of our responsibility to mold every student into a productive and compassionate citizen who will go on to excel, lead, and better the world with wisdom and strong moral values. We strive to nurture future citizens with basic human values and respect for people and the planet.Read More
Ivy Career Counseling Lab
In today’s world, there is a multiplicity of career options and opportunities for our young adults in the world around us. At The Ivy Career Counselling Lab, we have worked on a 4-year career planning curriculum for our high school learners starting from Grade 9. In the course of 4 years, the career lab exposes learners to a wide range of opportunities, helps them choose the right universities, motivates them to develop the necessary skills and guides them in the college application process.
Sports & Wellness
The school believes sports to be an integral part of the education of a child and we work towards developing a healthier and fitter generation by using a Structured Sports and Physical Education (P.E) curriculum.
The school takes pride in its excellent sports infrastructure which comprises of Indoor Badminton court, Tennis Court, Basketball Court, Volleyball Court, Skating Rink, Football Ground, Cricket Net Practice, Table Tennis Arena, Splash Pool and Indoor Soft Play Area.
Art & Culture
We believe art is also a doorway to our expressions and feelings. Our fine arts programme is well defined to develop vital skills like critical thinking, decision making, spatial reasoning and creative thinking. In our curriculum, we make our learners think beyond and express their imagination.
Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. Music as a subject at The Ivy Global School is well explained through the above quote. At school, we provide a platform for vocal (Western and Indian) as well as instrumental music.
The Dance Studio at The Ivy Global School teaches students various Indian classical dance and western dance forms. The dance studio works to hone the ability, skill and confidence of the students.
We believe in instilling a socially responsible spirit amongst our students for each one of them to be a responsible, compassionate future citizen of tomorrow. Sustainable Development Goals(SDG) are one of the vital tools to develop social responsibilities. We have designed our curriculum in such a way that SDG is woven along with regular subjects in our curriculum.
Inter School Events
The Ivy Global School takes pride in hosting yearly two huge inter school events- Graviton, which is a sports event whereas Tiranga, which is cultural and literary fest for Nursery to Grade XII. Apart from this, every year the school hosts impressive annual events(sports day/annual day), enriching science exhibition and republic day walkathon. The Ivy Global School is known for the right well balanced annual year with academics, sports and extracurricular activities.
Trips and Excursions
Field trips are essential for a child as they help students bond, and bring them closer. In the academic year, The Ivy Global School plans picnics and excursions in such a manner that it is both educational yet Fun Filled.
We at The Ivy Global School celebrate all festivals with the aim of making children aware of the reason behind festivities and develop mutual respect to all regardless of caste or religion. This not only creates awareness and respect for various cultures but also lays the foundation for a multicultural democracy.