Pre-primary education refers to the early childhood education provided to children before they enter formal schooling.It typically caters to children between the ages of 3 and 5 years.
Primary school, also known as elementary school or grade school, is an educational institution that provides formal education to children in their early years of schooling.the ages of 5 or 6 to 11 or 12, depending on the country's educational system.
Secondary school, also known as high school or secondary education, is an educational stage that follows primary school and typically provides education to adolescents between the ages of 11 or 12 to 18 or 19.
Higher secondary education, also known as senior secondary education, is the educational stage that follows secondary school. It typically caters to students in the age range of 16 to 18 or 19 years.
At Green Valley, ‘learning to know’ refers to mastering the instruments of knowledge rather than l acquiring itemized, codified information.
The focus will be enjoying the process of knowing wherein the purpose will be exploration and open discussion on the contents.
The mentor will expose the mentee to the possibility of knowing through the prism of a given subject/disciple rather than providing tailormade learning contents
The classroom interaction will be largely about instruments, concepts and references so that the learners explore them in the possible sources of knowledge.
Humans differ from other living organisms in many ways; conscious learning is being the most striking difference. GVIS considers ‘asking questions’ as the prerequisite of learning which is a very conscious act. Therefore, it is our first mission to generate curiosity among our students so that they ask questions – many questions.
To prepare wise global citizens with clarity and efficiency
Green Valley International School (henceforth GVIS) envisages preparing leaders and citizens with clarity of purpose and efficiency in action because, in a rapidly transforming world, we will need people who will be able to engage themselves with convergence and divergence.
"An Exceptional Journey: A Review of Green Valley International School"