A unique 8-4-8 approach. A unique 8-4-8 approach.

We have just one focus: your child’s learning and development.

At Green Acres International, every part of our approach is centred around the individual child. We teach at the child’s pace, encourage their unique interests, respond to each child’s needs, and give them the individual attention and support they need to succeed.

The 8-4-8 Appraoch

Personalised learning.
Education that’s tailor made for your child.

Children don’t learn at the same pace, or have the same difficulties. Yet most schools use a ‘one size fits all’ approach to education. Our approach ensures each student gets a learning plan that’s based on their unique strengths, needs and interests. By doing so, we can ensure that your child learns to their full potential.

The best elements
					of an Indian and
					international education. The best elements
					of an Indian and
					international education.

The Teacher-Advisor:
your child’s personal guide and mentor.

A positive learning environment has a huge impact on a child's ability to learn. At Green Acres International each child gets a teacher-advisor who ensures they are guided and cared for, so they feel emotionally settled and at their best when they enter the classroom. It’s the teacher-advisor’s job to meet students regularly, track their academic and personal growth, and help structure each child’s personal learning plan.

Maker spaces.
Where kids imagine, create, invent.

The 21st century will reward innovators. Our maker spaces give children opportunities to get away from computer screens and use their hands and minds to create something new. From art and craft rooms, to robotics and 3D printing spaces, there’s plenty of room here to get real, hands-on experience with a variety of concepts.

The best elements
					of an Indian and
					international education. The best elements
					of an Indian and
					international education.

Choice Time.
Let your child explore personal interests.

Choice time consists of guided activities that let students explore and practice something that interests them. In early years this could be playing with blocks, puzzles, reading or art. As students get older they could choose to set up a club, create a music band, or a robotics group. The school supports these activities with resources like learning centres, maker spaces, art and music studios, and cooking & gardening areas.