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Primary School


At the Primary School level , the school offers a wide range of subjects, viz., Language Arts, with English as a First Language and a choice of Tamil, Hindi or Spanish as Second Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Information and Communication Technology, Art, Drama, Yoga, Indian Music, Movement, Drums, and Physical Education.

Being affiliated to the Cambridge Primary Program we follow the curricular framework and schemes of work given by CIE for English, Mathematics and Science. Our students take the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint examinations in English, Math and Science at the end of Year 6 (Grade 5) , which serves an external benchmark, providing comprehensive feedback to both students and the school on their skills and competencies in these key curricular subject areas.

Learn more here on the official CIE site.

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Learning the KC Way

Grade 5 trip to the Art Biennale Kochi


Learning The KC Way: Inter-grade buddy reading

Grade 3 students gardening program

KC High Grade 3 students are engaged in a year long gardening program in association with Magic Beans, where they 

Grades 5 and 6 interact with filmmaker-animator-illustrator and author Nina Sabnani

KC High students of grades 5 and 6 had the opportunity to meet and interact with filmmaker-animator-illustrator and author Nina 

KC High Grade 3 students help Gaja victims

The students of grade 3 helped make portable torches for the people affected by Gaja. The 3rd graders connected this 

KC High Grade 5 students work with Peek-a-boo patterns to help recycle

The grade 5 students worked with Garima and team from Peek-a-boo patterns to recycle old 'Kids Central' t-shirts to make 

KC High Galloping Gazelles Field Trip to 13 Degrees North

Students of grade 4 , Gallopping Gazelles had an hands-on experience visiting the plant nursery “13 Degrees North” on ECR. 

Cool Cats Field Trip to Kovalam

Cool cats went on a marine exploratory field trip to Kovalam. This was facilitated by the organization ‘Bay of life’. 

Leaping Lion’s Field Trip: Reptiles Reptiles Everywhere!

Keeping in mind the learning objectives of the upcoming Science Unit -’Animal Classifications’ the venue for the Field Trip was 

Cool Cats Field Trip to Santhe, Kalakshetra

KC High Grade 1 students (Cool Cats) recently visited the Santhe in Kalakshetra to understand the distinct and unique cultures 

Descubre – Social Science Fest

As part of the Social Science fest Descubre, KC High conducted quizzes for different grade levels, played mapping games, did 

KC High Grade 3 students explore the Indus Valley Civilization

KC High Grade 3 Dynamic Dolphins (DDs) became Archaeologists during their trip to the Sharma Centre for Heritage Education. The 

Leaping Lions field trip to Boat Club, Marina Beach & Chetpet Ecopark

Planning: Leaping Lions have been learning about water sources in Social Science. The main objective of this unit is to 

Hindi Sanskrithik Karyakram

As part of Hindi Sanskrithik Karyakram, KC High students made a presentation in Hindi which comprised of Kavi samellan, AdZap and 

Cross-grade interaction between Grade 4 and Grade 10 students

Grade 4 students are learning to classify rocks into three categories based on how they are formed.  In order to 

KC High Grade 4 students learn about the water cycle through terrariums

The Galloping Gazelles are learning about the water cycle through simple experiments related to evaporation and condensation. As an extension 

KC High Gardening Project Gallery

KC High parents enthrall the children with storytelling sessions during library time

KC High Grade 1 field trip to the Chennai Egmore Railway Station

The objective of this field visit to the Chennai Egmore Railway Station was to create an awareness about an important 

Grade 2 field trip to Sharma Centre for Heritage Education

Leaping Lions visited the Sharma Centre for Heritage Education to get  hands on learning experience on Stone age. Learners took