A curriculum that goes
                        far beyond academics to
                        nurture your child’s talents. A curriculum that goes
                        far beyond academics to
                        nurture your child’s talents.
A curriculum that goes far beyond academics to nurture your child’s talents.

Academic learning is not enough to create a well-rounded, modern citizen. Our curriculum is carefully developed by leading educationists to educate the mind, train the body, build character, and nurture the spiritual. The aim is develop children into ‘renaissance adults’ with proficiency in a wide range of subjects.

From an early age our students start learning music and drama, taking part in community service, even cooking classes! Though we expose children to a wide range of subjects, each child is given the freedom to develop his or her own unique interests.

Fundamentals Fundamentals
Programmes
Pre-primary:
the foundation for your child's education

The period from birth to 6 years old is one of the most important in your child’s development. During this time your child absorbs everything in the environment around them, as they begin to consciously make sense of the world around them

At TGAA, our aim is to provide a friendly, happy and safe environment that fosters positive growth during this crucial time. We use a unique combination of Play-Way and Montessori methods, which we have merged to create the ‘Play-Learn-Grow’ method. Our skillful, caring teachers choose activities that appeal to ‘little scientists’ who seek to explore their surroundings.

Pre-primary highlights

Building vocabulary , communication and social skills

Dramatic play that provides hands on learning experience

Activities that help develop gross and fine motor skills

Imparting teachings of the real world through in-house visits by people from the industry

Nurturing creative thinkers and problem solvers through sign language, singing and story time

Activities that help link thought to action

Junior School:
where children develop their interests

The curriculum at Junior School exposes children to a variety of curricular and extra-curricular activities that nurture every facet of personal development

Students are now assigned ‘houses’ to foster team-building and team-excellence, and mould them into responsible young citizens. The ‘monitor system’ instills values of ownership and responsibilities, and creates peer role models for students to emulate.

The foundations built from these hard and soft skills are then cemented through one-day field trips, educational tours and picnics, which aim to connect classroom education with real life.

Junior school highlights

Students exposed to wide variety of subjects - reading, writing, sports, music, dance, speech and drama

One hour of sports every day for all students

All students learn swimming and self-defense

'House' and 'monitor' system to foster teamwork and leadership

Pre-primary highlights

Building vocabulary , communication and social skills

Dramatic play that provides hands on learning experience

Activities that help develop gross and fine motor skills

Imparting teachings of the real world through in-house visits by people from the industry

Nurturing creative thinkers and problem solvers through sign language, singing and story time

Activities that help link thought to action

Junior school highlights

Students exposed to wide variety of subjects - reading, writing, sports, music, dance, speech and drama

One hour of sports every day for all students

All students learn swimming and self-defense

'House' and 'monitor' system to foster teamwork and leadership

Programmes
Programmes
Programmes
Middle School

In Junior school students are encouraged to discover their interests as well as strengths and offer them a chance to further develop those skills. The academic program is more-focused and in-depth while providing more opportunities for self-learning and research.

Additional emphasis is given to inter-house cultural activities and sports competitions. Students get the opportunity to conduct special assemblies where they make presentations on topics of interest to them. They are allowed to pick their two favourite extracurricular subjects and deepen their skills in these areas. Students are also encouraged to participate in inter-school and national level activities, competitions and Olympiads.

Senior School

The focus at senior school shifts to successful completion of the ICSE curriculum, supported by TGAA's key growth areas that span from logic and debate, to social and spiritual development.

This is a period of intense personal growth for students and is supported by the continuous engagement of highly- trained teachers and staff, acting in conjunction with parents, supported by an environment specifically designed to aid in their development.

Students are encouraged to hone skills that will make them the leaders of tomorrow. The formation of the Prefect Council and leadership roles in the program gives students real decision-making powers.

Music & Dance

Drama & Speech

Reading & Creative Writing

SES programs

(Social, emotional, spiritual)

Logic & debate

Arts & crafts

Extra Curricular Extra Curricular