Benchmarked by AdvancED USA, spread across 5.15 acres of land and situated in the heart of the city, Manav Rachna International School, Sec. 46, Gurugram is a highly progressive English medium private school, providing quality education to 3000+ students across Pre- Nursery to Grade XII.
Incepted in June 2008, MRIS-46 began its learning journey and the first session with around 180 students. The school has a state-of-the-art infrastructure that creates learning spaces and provides a supportive learning ambience. Today, the school has come a long way from its modest beginnings and is one of the most sought-after schools.
The teaching-learning process at MRIS-46 is dynamic and is based on research findings and experiences. It has seen a paradigm shift from traditional ‘teacher-led education’ to ‘child-centered learning’ experiences thereby creating a lifelong inquirer and learner. Effective professional development and incorporation of latest educational innovations are at the heart of MRIS-46. Through its teaching pedagogy, the school strives for the mental, social, emotional and spiritual well-being of students.
The curriculum at MRIS is beautifully graded and integrated across all classes. It is concept-driven, rather than content-driven and focuses on developing key skills in the students which will enable them to adapt to this ever-changing world.
The focal point of learning at all times is the student.
Early Years focuses on creating a motivating ambience where the student is encouraged to be independent and learn through self-learning material. The entire Early Years programme is centered on this.
At the Primary Level, concrete steps are taken to build and enhance student vocabulary, creative writing skills, verbal expressions, computation skills, analytical skills, scientific faculties and reasoning. The integrated Multiple Intelligence based themed curriculum helps students to make connection between the various subjects taught, thereby, leading to a robust and rounded conceptual understanding and clarity.
By the time, students move to the Middle and Senior School, they comfortably adjust to the requirements of the curriculum as most the skills have been worked upon at the primary stage and they get the opportunity to further hone and master them.