At GoSchool, we use a number of learning techniques that offer a flexible yet comprehensive learning experience. We combine structured lessons with self-paced learning to ensure you reach your full potential.
While learning, you will use interactive educational tools and engage in activities designed to help you gain knowledge and skills essential for your future. You’ll work closely with teachers in a one-to-one setting and with your peers as part of small group projects.
You will spend an average of 30 Hours Learning Every Week. That’s 6 hours for each subject.
On a typical school day, 50 to 70% of your day will involve attending classes or completing assignments.
Along with attending classes, you’d also spend your day on offline activities such as reading, writing, special events, student clubs and field trips.
Assessments allow you to demonstrate what you’ve learnt and are a good indicator of the areas you’d need to improve. Your assessment will happen using the Globally recognised Grading System, which lays out the standard of achievement under each grade from A to E.
Conducted throughout the term, they include work done in class and at home in the form of presentations, quizzes, projects, portfolios, worksheets, written essays/stories, oral questioning, discussions, debates, speeches, and role play, among others.
Administered at the end of every term, these include term-end examinations and internal and external assessments that measure your performance against learning goals for each subject.
At GoSchool, education isn't just learn, learn, learn. It's fun too. You can explore a number of activities right from Clubs, Crafts, Contests, Events, Field Trips, Picnics, and much more.
There’s something for
everyone in our clubs.
Pop-up events are teacher-led, one-time events. There’s an assortment of these events which dot the academic year. These events help students try new things.
Throughout the year we host a number of events.