Language and Literature

[ July - August ]

The commencement of our MYP journey has been marked with an engaging start in Language and Literature. Our initial exploration centers around the captivating realm of myths. Four myths have graced our learning path: the epic clash of Hercules and the lion, the enthralling genesis of Thor’s hammer, the poignant tale of the Children of Lir, and a myth we personally sought out. Our voyage began with a quest to uncover the fundamental components of a myth, deciphering the essence that truly defines this genre. Armed with newfound knowledge, we delved into a myth story planner, meticulously extracting the essence of myths from the provided materials. 

Language and Literature-2

[ July - August ]

Having solidified our grasp on mythic elements, we embarked on crafting our own narratives. Guided by the story planner, we intricately structured our myths before weaving drafts that mirrored our imaginative prowess. In the spirit of collaborative growth, we engaged in peer evaluations, meticulously assessing and enriching each other’s myths in pairs, offering constructive feedback that was thoughtfully scored on an 8-point scale. Armed with this valuable input, we ventured into composing yet another myth, refining our storytelling artistry. With keen expertise, Sabreena ma’am meticulously reviewed our narratives, providing her insightful perspective. And then, upon her satisfaction, we embarked on the culminating chapter: penning the final rendition of our self-crafted myths.

Language acquisition French

[ July - August ]

Phase1/2 – They started with the basic understanding of the subject group, key concepts and criteria followed by –

1 – Diving into language basics and accents: Students embraced the world of foreign language with enthusiasm. They delved into very basics. French is known for its unique accents that add depth and character to the language. They have not just only mastered recognising these accents but also practised using them correctly.

2 – Unveiling the Alphabet: The French alphabet, with its 26 letters, has been an exciting journey for our learners. They have learned to differentiate between English and French pronunciations, laying the groundwork for accurate spelling and pronunciation.


Language acquisition French-2

[ July - August ]

3 – Reading with confidence: Through story books and French magazines, our students have embarked on the path of reading comprehension. Starting with simple texts and gradually progressing to more challenging contexts, our learners have improved their reading skills while gaining exposure to authentic French writing.

4 – Perfecting pronunciation: Students have dedicated time to perfecting the vowel sounds, consonants and intonation patterns.

5 – Introducing ourselves- Moi- meme: In the spirit of fostering confidence, our students have been introduced to the art of self- expression.


[ July - August ]

Students had a fun learning engagement in I&S during the past 1 month. They were exposed to I&S as a subject and were made aware of what the subjects revolve around. The students of MYP1 delve deep into the understanding of criteria and command terms of I&S. They were introduced to the first unit in I&S which is “Global Citizenship” where they explored the “role of a global citizen”. 


[ July - August ]

They were also given an introduction to various humans and environmental issues around the globe. They have started to learn about the concept of Child Labor where they have showcased their understanding through Flip learning and peer teaching. Students shared their perspective with everyone in class. A variety of sources were given to students to give them a holistic understanding of the topic to the students.


[ July - August ]

Students had an engaging and informative experience exploring the different levels of organization in living organisms. Through hands-on activities, discussions, and exercises, they gained a deeper understanding of how organs work together within organ systems and how these systems connect to create the complex systems found in living organisms. The students began with a creative paper chain activity, where they represented organs within an organ system, encouraging critical thinking and creativity. 

Science -2

[ July - August ]

They then categorized and discussed the different levels of organization in living organisms, using an information sheet to deepen their understanding. A crime scene investigation activity allowed them to accurately place major organs and bones on body tracings, fostering communication and collaboration. A scavenger hunt tested their knowledge of the interconnectedness of organ systems, emphasizing the functions of each system. Finally, the students connected the dots between the systems, highlighting their reliance on each other for optimal functioning. This comprehensive lesson reinforced the importance of cooperation and collaboration in the world of living organisms.


[ July - August ]

Over the course of the past month, the children have embarked on a dynamic journey of learning within our classroom. Their intellectual horizons expanded as they were introduced to the fundamental concepts of mathematics, setting the stage for a promising academic voyage ahead. With an engaging introduction to the world of math, they delved into the intricacies of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) Level 1 Assessment Criteria, gaining insight into the framework that will guide their academic pursuits. 

Mathematics - 2

[ July - August ]

The classroom discussions illuminated the fascinating correlation between math and language, fostering a deeper understanding of how mathematical concepts are intricately woven into the fabric of communication. Building on this foundation, the children honed their skills in simplifying and mastering the art of multiplication and division with fractions. As they progress, this month’s exploration is sure to lay the groundwork for their continued growth and excellence in the realm of mathematics.

Physical Health Education

[ July - August ]

During the Physical and Health Education class, students initially gained an understanding of the MYP Command Terms and ATL Skills. They have also developed an understanding of the PHE unit which is designed for a holistic approach to physical fitness and mental well-being. They focused on various aspects related to Yoga and its importance through discussions and demonstrations. They gained an understanding of the different elements of Yoga and how it can contribute to a healthy lifestyle. 

Physical Health Education-2

[ July - August ]

They performed Yoga asanas primarily Surya namaskar (sun salutation), where they performed different postures involved in this sequence. They also discussed the importance of regular practice and incorporating surya namaskar into their daily fitness routine. Students also delved into the ‘Om’ chanting and breathing exercises through guided practice. They explored how chanting and breathing exercises can help calm their minds, reduce stress, and enhance focus and concentration. In addition, students also included a component on checking their prior knowledge on diet and nutrition.


[ July - August ]

Over the span of the past month, the children have embarked on a captivating journey of discovery within our classroom. Their creative horizons have been expanded as they were introduced to the intriguing world of the Design subject group. This introduction served as a stepping stone, providing them with a foundational understanding of the essence of design and its significance in their educational journey. Alongside this, the children delved into the intricacies of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) Level 1 Design Assessment Criteria, unveiling the framework that will guide their exploration and growth in this field. 

Design - 2

[ July - August ]

The classroom discussions illuminated the dynamic nature of the design cycle, enriching their comprehension of the systematic approach towards creative problem-solving. In addition, the children honed their skills in crafting precise problem statements, a crucial skill in the realm of design. This month’s exploration has equipped them with the tools and insights needed to harness the potential of the design cycle in solving real-world challenges. As they venture forward, their grasp of these principles promises to shape them into adept problem solvers and innovative thinkers.

Performing Arts

[ July - August ]

1 – Culmination of Elements: Ice breaker Extravaganza! Students came together to showcase their talents across all three disciplines: dance, drama and music. The ice breaker engagement turned into a wonderful fusion of all elements of performing arts.

2 – Introducing the depth of emotions through warm up engagements: One of the most captivating sessions revolved around emotions. Students showed a lot of passion in participating in an engaging theatre game that was centred on portraying different emotions.

3 – Elements of Drama unveiled Students explored the fundamental elements of Dramatics. Through creative writing exercises, they unravelled the intricate layers of plot, character, acts and other elements.

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A Day at Kunskapsskolan

A typical day at Kunskapsskolan School is exciting and challenging. At Kunskapsskolan School, students start their day with their base group and coach. The base group session begins with listening to and observing the daily news. This is followed by guidelines from the teacher to help students create their own personal time plan which ensures optimal utilization of time to achieve students’ personal and academic goals.

During the day students attend diverse teaching learning sessions such as workshops, lectures, seminars, communication sessions and lab sessions. Each of these sessions is aimed at supporting and mentoring students. While some sessions such as the lectures, lab sessions and seminars are largely teacher directed, workshops and communication sessions are guided by the needs of the students. Workshops are sessions wherein students receive targeted help from subject teachers. The student get individual or group help on starting a course or learning skills.

The lab sessions are interactive sessions providing students opportunity to explore and apply their learning in real life situations. Communication sessions held regularly help to enhance the ability of students to express with clarity, develop listening and comprehension skills and vocabulary.

These academic sessions are interspersed with co curricular sessions such as art, music, dance and diverse sports, providing the environment for holistic development of the student.


Kunskapsskolan is a global school where students will develop in an environment that nurtures them and their uniqueness. Exposure to the varied curriculums of Kunskapsskolan schools across the continents will provide the students with an enhanced and holistic view of the world they inhabit. The subjects and concepts taught at the various grades are aligned to the CBSE curriculum.

In Kunskapsskolan, all the subjects are organized in Steps and Themes. This challenges students to stretch their boundaries, construct a solid foundation of knowledge and skills.

Subjects that are required to be learnt sequentially and progressively are taught in steps. Math and languages are step subjects. The student moves from one step to the next, once he has mastered the previous requisite step. The students understanding of the concept is assessed through presentations and projects.

The thematic courses integrate subjects. EVS, Arts and Computers are theme courses and organized around projects and missions (assignments). They are solved or carried out by using and applying what the student has learned and demonstrate the ability to use logical thinking and creativity to solve problems.

At preschool the focus is on the different skills that children develop at this age group. The curriculum is theme based with emphasis on developing the language, numeracy, cognitive, socio emotional and motor skills. The learning will be fun filled, activity based and learner centered, strongly influenced by an understanding of early childhood learning.

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