CURRICULUM

The school is CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi) proposed board. It is a national education board and follows a syllabus developed by NCERT (National Council for Educational Research and Training).
Oxford World School provides high quality education wherein the focus is on building thinking and problem solving skills which will ensure lifelong learning. These wide ranges of learning skills are essential for the students to tackle the challenges of our dynamic, rapidly growing world and transform them into “better selves”— mindful, empathetic, critical-thinking, creative, and collaborative beings. Our teachers are “Facilitators” who guide students in their learning by providing them with hands on experiences that not only generate interest, but also fosters creativity. Thinking out of the box is encouraged and it motivates students to approach situations and problems from different perspectives. This, in turn, develops in them a thirst for knowledge and the skill of self-learning. OWS facilitators have the ability to teach breadth of skills—shifting from a narrow focus on literacy and numeracy—which is an important step toward preparing students to tackle 21st century challenges.
The strength of students per section in
  • Pre-Primary is 25-30 with two teachers/facilitator and one teaching assistants (TAs)
  • Primary it is 30-35 with two teachers/facilitators and one teaching assistant.
Children need to carry books as per the timetable for the day. However, in the Pre-Primary and Primary classes, students are encouraged to keep most of the books in School and carry their Note books on weekends.
The medium of instruction is English and teachers speak only in English. Children are also encouraged to speak in English at all times in the school premises.
The school has no compulsion on any particular form though, in Pre-Primary and Primary section, MR script (MarionRichardson) is introduced. The school has students from all across the country and abroad as well. Many progressive schools across the world are going in for a child friendly writing style hence the school has adopted this unique exercise.
We do not believe in burdening the child yet some amount of practice work is assigned in 2-3 subjects everyday which a child himself/herself can attempt. Learning at Oxford World School will be a joyful and stress free experience. A well planned homework schedule and an ongoing assessment routine, ensures that children learn for the love of learning and not just to score marks and grades. School isn't the only place for learning activities. When your child is at home, you're their teacher. But everything doesn't have to feel like a classroom lesson. Get them excited about discovering something new when you disguise the learning activities as fun time.
The curriculum is ingeniously designed to enhance creativity, collaboration, communication skills and team ethics. Our subjects don’t exist in isolation, nor does our learning. Field- trips, excursions, movies, workshops, projects, meeting authors and experts from different fields constitute our academic framework. We adopt a constructive approach and pedagogy with project based learning and hands-on experience as its areas of prime focus. Integrated, collaborative and interactive approach helps the students to apply their knowledge in real-life situations and contribute to their holistic development. The students learn to critically evaluate, analyze and express themselves. The overall environment is conducive to fostering Academic Excellence and Creative Brilliance. For more details, you could go through the Curriculum section on our website which gives a comprehensive insight into the curriculum and pedagogy.
XSEED is a complete academic solution for OWS. It raises student performance and builds quality in teaching inside classrooms. Research shows that XSEED delivers significantly higher learning and understanding amongst children compared to regular teaching methods. With XSEED in classrooms, teachers show significant improvements in areas such as collaborative learning, use of experience and questioning. At the core of XSEED are over 7,000 board-aligned Lesson Plans for teachers. With innovative learning and assessment products for students, teachers, school management as well as parents, the XSEED way of teaching gives your students a clear edge above others. XSEED Experiential Learning Method

STEP 1: AIM

Before starting any lesson one need be clear about what outcomes we want to see for the students.

STEP 2: ACTIVITY

Teachers start the lesson with an activity where children have their own experience and ‘try out.’

STEP 3: ANALYSE

Teachers introduce the concept to students formally through questions and discussions.

STEP 4: APPLY

Students learn and apply through self-study and worksheet completion with reflective questions and challenging problems.

STEP 5: ASSESS

Students answer application-based formative and summative questions.

MAX is a weekly digital learning class in Math & Science based on the proven XSEED method. With MAX, students of Classes I - V go through a special class each week that focuses on the most critical STEM concepts at elementary school level. Each year children focus on the 25 most crucial Math and Science concepts – one concept at a time.
It works: Children are just not watching digital content, but actively engaging with it, reflecting, and receiving assessment feedback.
Learnometer is a multiple-choice test that assesses how well students understand what they study and are able to apply it to existing and new situations. It measures important thinking skills and abilities that are necessary to succeed in all academic subjects: Understanding by observing and reading carefully, comprehending its meaning and concluding what it implies Applying this knowledge by utilizing known principles to new situations, reasoning why something happened and solving real-life problems Additionally, Learnometer also assesses students’ grasp of English language and comprehension that helps them to understand and use the language better in any subject.
The school has foremost been known for its academics and the experiential learning that is offered here. The main USP of OWS is the happiness and satisfaction of the students an important key to overall development- ‘the best way to make children good is to make them happy.’ We believe in making our students life-long 21st century learners.
Yes. We believe that the school and parents together can only support the child to grow in a desired way. Hence we hold PTMs regularly as planned in academic Calendar and welcome parent's suggestions. Altogether there are four PTMs in one academic year besides Parent Orientation Programme.
The school timings are
  • For classes Pre- Nursery to Nursery 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (Every Saturday is a holiday) Lower Kindergarten (LKG) – Upper Kindergarten (UKG) 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM (Every Saturday is a holiday)
  • Classes I to V- 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM (Every Saturday is a holiday)
Yes. There are some differences in their uniform.
Yes, School does have a House Uniform to be worn on Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday.