Ahinsa ( अहिंसा )
Ekta ( एकता )
Namrata ( नम्रता )
Satya ( सत्य )
Grade VI to VIII (Age 11 to 13)
These classes are considered to be an highly important stepping stone for higher education. The academic curriculum hence is designed to instill a healthy respect for hard work and to develop sound formal study skills. The students are prepared for the rigorous academic requirements of the senior school, they are encouraged to do individual and group works, and become independent inquirers. Public speaking is encouraged, along with independent research work, as such activities help the students to gain confidence and push their boundaries of knowledge even further. Stress is given to discipline and punctuality.
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Good teaching is about caring, nurturing and developing minds and talents. It's about devoting time, often invisible, to every student. Designing & redesigning courses and preparing materials to still further enhance instruction for the students in TWGS.
TWGS uses modern teaching methods like Collaborative Learning, Spaced Learning. Flipped Classroom, Self-learning Gamification. These teaching method comprises the principles and methods used to enable student learning. These strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learner.
The most basic teaching method is explanation. Explanation is characterized by its function as "a tool" that is used by TWGS teachers for understanding or 'giving a sense' to the object of communication, of a debate, or a discussion. The role of an explanation is to make clearer the meaning of an object & maintaining formally the necessary requirement between the object of the action or study and the tools. In the learning/teaching process, explanation is a tool used by both, teachers and students.
Personality development encompasses the dynamic construction and deconstruction of integrative characteristics that distinguish an individual in terms of interpersonal behavioral traits. Indeed, personality development is ever-changing and subject to contextual factors and life-altering experiences. We at TWGS ensure that complete holistic development of the children is the prime motto so that they are well prepared to face the future on international platforms. Various activities like debate, elocution, declamation, bulletin board decoration, JAM Session, USO United Schools Organization H2O Waterwise Conservation Program for the children of India, Mexico Collaboration for Intercultural Exchange, American Field Service workshops help us realize the mission of school.
Appropriate school activities will lead to the all-around development of children and make them achieve their maximum potential. At TWGS, the students of middle wing are involved in many co-curricular activities like music, dance, arts & craft, pottery, textile, and handloom for the overall development of students, TWGS has started Textile classes for the students. Weaving is a method of textile production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. Because of these activities, students develop new skills and get an opportunity for holistic development.
The part of our efforts to inculcate in students, the appreciation and respect for India’s rich heritage and diversity, and also to reinforce in their national pride and respect for all, the school celebrates a number of occasions like Annual Day, Sports Day, Independence Day, Republic Day, Grand Parent’s Day, Janmashtami, Teacher’s Day, Children’s Day, Durgotsav, Rewards and Recognitions. These celebrations bring the students closer to each other and develop respect between them. Apart from building relationships and friendships, such celebrations bring happiness and love amongst the students. Along with enthusiasm and fun for the activities, qualities like creativity and togetherness also inculcate in the students.
Assessment is the process to check how much a student has understood and progressed based on the lesson that was taught to them in class. It also helps them to know how well they progress in class. At TWGS, we conduct four assessments during an academic session for middle wing, namely Pre Mid-Term, Mid-Term, Post Mid-Term and Final Assessments. Pre Mid-Term and Post Mid-Term Assessments are objective and students have to answer in OMR sheets, while Mid-Term and Final Assessments are conducted in both subjective and objective types. Teachers discuss answers from students after assessment, to clear their doubts and understand problem areas. By analyzing, teachers create a solid foundation for learning.
Sports is a highly essential part for students growth, it keeps them fit and fine. Sports keep our all organs alert and the heart becomes stronger by regularly playing some kind of sports. To achieve quality physical education in sports programs, TWGS provides a big sports ground for the students to develop their sporting skills. Different sports activities are conducted for the students including- cricket, football, basketball, table tennis, rock climbing, rappelling and many more.
STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. STEAM empowers students to be curious learners who seek creative solutions to real-world problems.
TWGS has incorporated STEAM in the curriculum to strengthen the practical skills of students. Students are really enjoying such activities. This helps them develop the soft and hard skills necessary to succeed in college, their careers, and wherever else life takes them.
Storytelling brings language learning alive and creates a participatory and immersive experience that allows young learners to enjoy hearing the language in a dynamic setup. The Wisdom Global School added a separate period of Story and Reading Club to the class routine so that the students can create other worlds, emotions, ideas and make every day seem incredible.
Educational excursions organised for Middle Wing students at TWGS give exciting educational experiences deeper than what the regular school environment can afford. We organize visits to places like nature centers, community agencies (like fire stations, banks, ATMs, Post offices, Hospitals, etc.), government agencies, local business, and museums that enable increasing the chances of the learners retaining what is being taught in the classroom.