Core Foundation Program - For 6th, 7th and 8th Grades
Core Foundation Program is meant for the students moving into the 6th grade. These are the years about learning and knowing what interests you in terms of knowledge and understanding conceptually. It’s about absorbing knowledge and enriching your mind both academically and socially – all while developing skills and study habits that will prepare you for high school, college and beyond. We therefore focus on building skills for life learning and building study habits.
We enable students to:
- Learn and understand concepts
- Practice the best study habits under expert guidance
- Take tests that focus more on improving than just grading
- Clear your doubts with the help of our mentors and teachers
- Improve learning skills with our unique methodology
- Ask questions and discuss concepts that are challenging
Eligibility : Students who are currently in the relevant academic year. Boards: CBSE, MH-Board, ICSE
Our Academic Focus: Languages: English, Hindi (Inclusive of Grammar)
Academics: Math, Science, Social Studies
Course Duration : 5 sessions a week of 2-3 hours each
Batch Size : Small numbers to ensure better individual attention
Five Things that we recommend for students to enable future readiness
Whether you choose books, blogs, magazines, or newspapers, reading is a great way to exercise your brain and introduce yourself to new areas of interest while furthering your vocabulary and comprehension skills.
Work hard in school and do the best you can on standardized tests. If you’re having trouble, don’t be afraid to ask for help. There are teachers, tutors and mentors who can work with you to achieve success. Learn the concepts as you study and get stronger at your basics.
Practicing on a new concept helps in its understanding with clarity. This makes your basics strong and helps you tackle twisted questions with ease. Handling all types of challenges eventually builds up your confidence and helps you succeed in the area of your interest.
From volunteerism, to athletics, to acting, to art – whatever you enjoy doing, keep doing it. Extracurricular activities are not only about strengthening your résumé in future; they’re about exploring your curiosities and learning something new.
Ask career-minded questions.
Talk to your teachers, your relatives, or your family friends; ask them where they went to college, what they liked about it, and how it guided their career. This will help you discover potential fields and majors of interest.