The Counsellor along with a set of eligible teachers will work with the students individually, to ensure that the carefully recognize, assess and align their capabilities and interests, to make an well-versed decision about their future. In the last year of school, students have to opt which universities.
A dedicated hour for Guided Study will form part of every child's daily schedule. During this time, students will work on their self-study assignments with constant guidance and assistance from faculty members. This programme has many benefits:
- Children will receive extra attention at school from in-house faculty who are familiar with the school's teaching methodologies.
- It will minimize or eliminate the need for extra study tuitions outside school hours, leaving children with more time for family and relaxation.
- Besides for homework, students can use this time to seek valuable advice from teachers for projects, exam preparations, and other study-related concerns.
In Class Action
With a maximum of approximately 40 students in any classroom, teachers will have the bandwidth to carefully monitor the progress of each child individually. This will help faculty members to develop a deep understanding of every student's unique strengths and limitations. The teacher's responsibilities under this programme are manifold:
- To pay special attention to those who might learn at a slower pace than their peers, and use more illustrative methods to explain concepts to them.
- To actively encourage children who have the ability to grasp concepts faster than peers, and give them bigger challenges to keep their minds occupied.
- To actively manage and balance the differences in learning pace to ensure that the entire class moves ahead collectively.
Throughout the time that a child is a student at AIS, a feedback journal will be maintained to record his/her progress in every aspect of school life, so that:
- Parents can keep a detailed and systematic record of their child's progress and growth over the years.
- Teachers can gain an in-depth understanding of their students individual characteristics and pay careful attention to their specific needs.
- Development areas can be identified by recognizing patterns, and effective measures can be taken to help the child overcome specific difficulties.