CurriculumAt Safa High School, we have asked fundamental questions about teaching and learning; and about how conventional curriculum structures support teaching and learning. We have observed that students easily become passive and entirely depend on teachers and that only classroom time seems to count as work. We believe that giving much greater focus on this was a priority for the school. It is much harder than just delivering a planned lesson where there are learning objectives and a defined quantity of knowledge that needs to be transmitted. It also requires working with the student who is before us, rather than having a generalized concept of a student. We have taken only the first steps on what is likely to be a continuing Safa High School to develop a curriculum that can equip our children to meet and challenge the world we live in confidently. The curriculum at In venture Academy cultivates new ways of thinking, seeing and processing ideas in children’s minds. We recognize that children learn and express their intelligence in several ways beyond the conventional ones of the linguistic and mathematical. For younger children, we follow the principles of Differentiated Learning. Therefore, what our children learn, how they learn, and the ways in which they articulate their learning are influenced by each child’s own pace of absorption, readiness, interests and strengths. This is in keeping with the fundamental belief that drives all that we do at In venture Academy – that every child is unique.
Participation in these activities develops the artistic and intelligent potential and also inculcate a sprite of healthy compaction. Activities also build the values of discipline, goal setting, cooperation and sportsmanship.
To archive these aims we have provided facilities for our door games. Which include volleyball, and basketball and indoor games like table tennis, shuttle badminton, chess, caroms, etc.
It helps to enhance the all-round personality of the students to strongly face the turbulent road of the future. Experiences and appreciation gained through these activities assist students during internships and other sponsored programs.
The goal of co-curricular activities is to give better fitness to students and inculcate a sense of sportsmanship, competitive spirit, leadership, meticulousness, cooperation, team spirit and team spirit. The hidden motive behind all this is to develop self-confidence and to learn to trust the team.