Kindle Kids International school offers Cambridge inspired Primary curriculum from Grade I to Grade V and  Cambridge inspired Secondary Curriculum for Grade VI


Scientific research has proved that the brain takes in more information only when in a comfortable temperature and environment. Our classrooms are bright, cheerful and centrally air-conditioned. To ensure each child benefits from the learning experiences at school we have an ideal teacher – child ratio of 1:20.

We believe that the biggest single cause of school failure is a mismatch between a child’s learning style and the teaching style adopted by most schools. The teaching style in most schools continues to be primarily through books, which makes learning restrictive. Learning that is desk-bound and paper-based may not be in the best interests of all children.

At Kindle Kids International School, students are introduced to a method of learning that takes place primarily through experience rather than rote learning. Wherever possible children have opportunities to actually experience and ‘apply’ information and knowledge. We believe that for children to learn effectively, the content of the curriculum, as well as its delivery, is of paramount importance.

Our curriculum emphasizes ‘hands-on’ learning experiences. This entails the creation and selection of educational material that the children can manipulate and interact wherever possible.

This is a different learning experience to the one where a child is given only verbal and visual instruction or information. The ‘hands-on’ experience, we believe, results in a natural and integrated undergo in experiencing an activity. All of our educational resource material including workbooks, worksheets, and teaching methodology manuals are created keeping this ‘process’ as the main focus. Our school has been able to successfully integrate the curriculum. An integrated curriculum means that children will learn most of the subjects (prescribed in a school curriculum) within a topic/theme. For instance, a topic may apparently seem to be typically belonging to Language and Creative Arts as well.

A curriculum matrix is available on request for viewing at the school. These reflect the interconnected nature of our curriculum. Another important aspect of our interconnected curriculum is that it is in tune with the real world of learning. Real learning in our world does not occur in mutually exclusive compartments. They are interconnected. Our curriculum reflects this. The integrated curriculum modules will continue through the middle school years.
Special emphasis will be laid on creating an environment for self-learning. The curriculum is investigative in nature and children will be encouraged to conduct surveys, research topics and conduct experiments to understand a concept. Our Education planners and curriculum designers have comprehensive training in pedagogical methods and learning theory. The shift they are working towards is an increased emphasis on ‘skill’ and less on ‘content’. The curriculum we devise, balances factual content with process skills that are characteristic of a ‘thinking-centred curriculum and allows us to create a ‘brain based’ classroom.
Our goal in terms of curriculum is to be forward thinking and outcome based. We will constantly aim for our teachers to be devoted to excellence in classroom instruction and to strive towards creating highly motivated and creative students. Our entire approach will include early intervention, aggressive remediation, one to one tutoring and teamwork by the entire school staff.

Today’s challenges differ from those of former years in many ways and it is our mission to ensure that students are prepared for this challenge. We have ‘reconceptualised’ the curriculum to account for the changing needs of students in the ‘knowledge era’.

A curriculum that extends beyond formal learning areas will help learners to develop the capability and the confidence in applying what they know to problems and issues in a self-managed manner.

A curriculum framework such as this will ensure that education will be relevant to life beyond the school. Vaels International School will provide educational experiences that will make learning come alive for students. We want all teaching and learning to be infused with passion and enjoyment.







The curriculum in Grade 1 is designed to nurture out students by encouraging them to look for details while reading. Learning to read carefully will help them become confident, independent thinkers in areas such as math, comprehension and science.

Subjects                   English / Mathematics / EVS / French /Hindi/Tamil 

      Duration                                                          1 year

Age Group 5-6 years
Class Size1:20 (Teacher: Student)
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Grade 2 students will learn to use their communication skills in conjunction with academics.  Being able to express their wants, needs and even ask for help will improve their logic, peer social skills and student-teacher relationship.


Subjects                   English / Mathematics / EVS / French /Hindi/Tamil 

      Duration                                                          1 year

Age Group 6-7 years
Class Size1:20 (Teacher: Student)
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Regulating behaviors by consistent classroom procedures will help Grade 3 students to better understand cause and effect.  Simple if - then relationships will begin to build their logic for critical thinking questions in English, Math, and Science.

Subjects                   English / Mathematics / Science / French /Hindi/Tamil 

      Duration                                                          1 year

Age Group 7-8 years
Class Size1:20 (Teacher: Student)



Values and beliefs play a major role in academics for Grade 4. Students will dig deeper into the reason behind why things happen which in turn will help them apply logic to help them answer math and science questions.






Subjects                            English / Mathematics / Science / French /Hindi/Tamil 

      Duration                                                                     1 year

Age Group 8-9 years
Class Size1:20 (Teacher: Student)
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Building confidence in Grade 5 comes from not only encouraging more public speaking but also reinforcing values such as fairness and emotional awareness. Helping students to stay socially aware plays a major part in their confidence especially with how students feel about making mistakes and peer interactions.




Subjects                            English / Mathematics / Science / French /Hindi/Tamil 

      Duration                                                                     1 year

Age Group 9-10 years
Class Size1:20 (Teacher: Student)



In their first year of middle school, 6th graders embark on a new journey in their schooling, and with that come new challenges and changes. In many ways, 6th grade is a year of significant transition for students as they use the skills they have previously learned and apply them to more complex and independent learning in deeper and more rigorous ways. The specific texts and topics studied in 6th grade vary across states, districts, and sometimes schools. 

Subjects                            English / Mathematics / Science / French /Hindi/Tamil 

      Duration                                                                     1 year

Age Group 10-11 years
Class Size1:20 (Teacher:Student)