Campus:

Middle School

Welcome to the Middle School Section of SVIS!

Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Elementary School and High School, and has a long-term impact on a student’s readiness for future academic challenges. At Middle School, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator.

Curriculum design, teaching strategies and assessments are aligned with the standards of the core programme developed by our experienced staff members. We also follow the Cambridge Checkpoint syllabus for English, Math and Science, which culminates in Checkpoint examinations in Grade 8.

At SVIS, we recognize the fact that the Middle School years are a time for experimenting with multiple approaches to learning and teaching, thus, imparting learning through class room instruction, audio-visual aids, hands-on activities, field trips and excursions, physical education and performing and visual arts. Students have ample opportunities to explore, fine-tune and exhibit their talents. We acknowledge that all subject areas are connected and therefore, we lay special emphasis on integration across subjects to make learning more meaningful and relevant.

Students drive the school CAS (Creativity, Activity and Service) programme. They are presented with leadership roles at school events, Round Square meetings and Sports and Cultural competitions, where they imbibe the qualities of sportsmanship, team-spirit, perseverance and resilience.

Since the Middle School years, being a period of transition, can be an emotionally challenging phase for children, we provide an environment which fosters easy and open communication between staff and students. It also encourages creative ways of dealing with conflict. In preparing students for high school, we try to instill a sense of independence and personal responsibility.

Our primary objective is to create a challenging, yet supportive learning environment where teachers strive to take into account every child’s learning needs, strengths and areas for improvement by differentiated instruction and assessment.

Curriculum for Grade VI- VIII

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics segregated)
  • Social (Geography, History and Civics segregated)
  • II and III Languages  (Hindi/Telugu and Sanskrit :ELECTIVES)
  • Information and Communication Technology

Curriculum for Grade VI- VIII

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics segregated)
  • Social (Geography, History and Civics segregated)
  • II and III Languages  (Hindi/Telugu and Sanskrit :ELECTIVES)
  • Information and Communication Technology

Curriculum for Grade VI- VIII

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics segregated)
  • Social (Geography, History and Civics segregated)
  • II and III Languages  (Hindi/Telugu and Sanskrit :ELECTIVES)
  • Information and Communication Technology