Indo Kids International to emphasis inquiry based learning philosophy

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Schools offering international programmes like IB have slowly and quietly become the top choice for parents, who want their children to go abroad and get the best of education. And going abroad is no longer a big problem, as most students get loans. Enrolling in an IB school only makes it easier to get your gate pass to a college of your choice abroad.

Recently, R.K.Group launched Indo Kids International in Kolkata. The school is located at Elaichi, Narendrapur Kolkata. R.K. group has been a pioneer in the education system for more than 11 years now.   The group will present a chain of schools in India and Abroad. The school will cater to children from 1.8 years to 18 years of age.  The Kolkata Chapter of Indo Kids International will attract and cater to expatriates in Kolkata and students seeking high quality international education.

Indo Kids International follow the inquiry based learning philosophy where children are actively involved in the learning process, making teaching and learning a collaborative, dynamic and engaging experience.

Mr.R.K Singh, Chairman Indo Kids International said “Indo Kids International has been convinced to meet the highest education expectations of India rapidly growing multinational community. We live in an interconnected and complex world that is unprecedented pace preparing our children to succeed in this challenging environment demands a flexible and real world based approach to education.”

In this age, education plays an important role in preparing young people to be successful in the interconnected world. To succeed in the knowledge-based global economy, students will need skills and knowledge, whether they grow up to be a businessman, an educator, a financial analyst, a journalist or sportsman. They have to be taught how to think and solve problems, learn on their own, be creative and adaptable and communicate their viewpoints effectively. The 21st century educator gives emphasis to holistic and student-centred learning.

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