The IB Curriculum encourages both personal development and academic achievement challenging students to think critically, to ask the right questions and think across disciplines. The IB Curriculum also fosters diversity, curiosity and a healthy appetite for learning.
The academic systems at Pathways follow a fourfold track: Pathways Early Years Programme for Pre Primary children, The International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (Pre Nursery to Grade 5), IB Middle Years Programme (Grade 6 to 10) and IB Diploma Programme (Grades 11 & 12). Pathways were the first 'IB Continuum School' in North India.
(Infants to Pre Nursery)
The IB PYP Curriculum lays the foundations of literacy, numeracy and comprehensibility for the future. At Pathways we aim to nurture skilled, confident children by working on their heart, mind, and psyche by addressing every facet of their existence in addition to academics.
(Nursery to Grade 5)
The IB MYP Curriculum builds on the structured, student-centred foundation laid in the Primary School. It's framework encourages students to make practical connections between their studies and the real world. Students indulge in making connections between subjects and transferring knowledge gained in one subject to another, through cross-curricular Projects.
(Grade 6 to 10)
The IB DP Curriculum is considered the most prestigious pre-university course in the world. A two-year course, whose examinations are taken at the end of Grade 12, is designed to cater a holistic approach towards education. This approach renders itself to nurturing academic excellence, civic responsibility, articulacy, and international understanding.
(Grade 11 & 12)