The Cambridge Pathway
JIRS Hybrid is a complete Cambridge International school offering students all the four educational programs of CAIE, UK from Cambridge Primary upto Cambridge Advanced.
Our Primary Program
We understand that children are curious learners and thus our program is inquiry driven and experiential with an aim to develop skills in our students to become explorers who learn through hands on learning engagements.
The Cambridge Primary Program at JIRS Hybrid takes advantage of this, encouraging children from ages 6 to 11 (Grade 1 to 5) to develop an independent love and lasting passion for learning.
The Cambridge Primary program provides a strong foundation for students in the primary stage before progressing through the Cambridge Pathway in an age-appropriate way.
A love of learning
The Cambridge Primary Program at JIRS Hybrid is built around what matters most to children as they take their first steps in education.
A broad curriculum for a balanced education: A wide choice of subjects, including English, mathematics and science. Students will also get plenty of opportunities to develop creativity, expression and personal wellbeing through subjects like art, music and physical education.
A global learner in a local context: The Cambridge Primary program will help students discover new abilities and a wider world. Subjects like Cambridge Global Perspectives™ nurture a broad outlook, helping children to understand their own culture, community and identity as well as those of others in different parts of the world.
In the Cambridge Primary Program, students learning is concept driven rather than content driven. The pedagogy used ensures holistic development of every student as per his/her potential. Arts as well as Sports are an integral part of a student’s learning journey (through our home campus network).
How will students benefit through the Cambridge Primary Program at JIRS Hybrid?
Every child’s needs as a learner are at the heart of our approach to education. This approach helps us in developing children who are:
- Confident in working with information and ideas – their own and those of others
- Responsible for themselves, responsive to and respectful of others
- Reflective and developing their ability to learn
- Innovative and equipped for new and future challenges
- Engaged intellectually and socially, ready to make a difference.