How is BHIS different from other schools? Most schools are now doing the same activities and concepts.
We have a curriculum team who conducts research and updates the curriculum regularly, also the curriculum sent to centers is extremely detailed hence the
teachers are able to implement it effectively. Also, strategies such as the miscue analysis are included to interact with children. Teachers implement the
curriculum in a way that best serves a child.
What is the difference between the three boards?
- To equip the students with an in- depth curriculum covering a major gamut of academic / vocational subjects.
- To enhance and hone language skills.
- To apply the knowledge acquired in unfamiliar and real life situations.
- To develop a scientific temper, attitude and problem solving skills.
- To develop holistic individuals through co-scholastic school based evaluation.
- To instill values through an integrated curricular approach Innovations in teaching-learning methodologies by devising students friendly and students centered paradigms.
- Reform sin examinations and evaluation practices.
- Skill learning by adding job-oriented and job-linked inputs.
- To not only build knowledge and understanding but also learning and thinking skills that help students to become independent learners and equip them for life.
- Cambridge IGCSE encourages learner-centered and enquiry -based approaches to learning hence developing learners’ skills in creative thinking, problem solving and enquiry.
- It promotes use of methodology which equips the learner to use technology, work in collaboration, identify cross curricular connections allowing schools to build a world-class curriculum.
- It is compatible with other curricula and is internationally relevant and sensitive to different needs and cultures.
- To provide high quality, leading edge qualifications that meet the ongoing demands of employers and educators worldwide.
- To cater to children of the increasingly mobile work force of international corporations.