Global Curriculum

About Global Curriculum

Our international curriculum draws inspiration from the best curricula across the globe.

The academic pathways at Lodha Oakwood School are benchmarked in curriculum quality, intensity, school processes and culture standards with the New England Association for Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE). The governing advisory board of the school is comprised of international NEASC consultants, ensuring continuous alignment to our vision.

How this Curriculum works?

The curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive education that prepares students for further studies, professional careers, and global citizenship. We leverage the strengths of our evolved educational philosophy and practices, with a core focus on following key approaches to high-quality teaching and learning.

Our core pedagogical practices inculcate learning through inquiry, experiential learning, advanced instruction for building excellence, technology integration, conceptual understanding and competency-driven application-based assessments.

Program Overview

To execute our vision of delivering academic excellence, our curriculum standards will draw inspiration from
the best curricula from across the globe and build on our strengths.

Early Years

(ages 3-5)

Primary Years

(ages 5-11)

Lower Secondary Years

(ages 11-14)

Upper Secondary Years

(ages 14-16)

IGCSE Examinations

(ages 15-16)

Sixth Form / A Levels

(ages 16-18)


The subjects offered in Early Years are Reading, Maths, Science, Languages, STEAM, Library, ICT. We also offer a variety of co-curricular activities like dance, music, physical education, art, speech and drama.

The subjects offered in Primary Years are English, Maths, Science, Languages, global studies, STEAM and a variety of co-curricular activities.

The subjects offered are English – Language & Literature, Maths, Science – Biology, Chemistry, Physics, STEAM, Social Sciences – History, Global Perspectives, Geography and Languages.

The languages currently offered are French, Spanish, Hindi and Marathi, across the early, primary and lower secondary years.

The Sixth Form / A Levels refer to an in-depth and challenging curriculum that prepares students for university entrance or other higher education options.

  • It provides students with a broader, more global perspective through the diverse cultural content students engage with, facilitating an understanding of global interconnectedness.
  • An international curriculum, like the Cambridge Assessment International Curriculum (CAIE), is known for its rigorous academic standards, challenging students to think critically, engage in inquiry-based learning, and develop strong analytical skills.
  • Its transferability and recognition by universities and employers around the globe. This broadens a child’s opportunities, making it easier for students who have studied such curricula to apply to universities in India and around the world as well as enhance their prospects for working in global teams and/or pursuing an international career.
  • It offers flexibility and choice with a variety of subjects and courses to choose from, tailoring a child’s education according to their strengths and career aspirations.

In addition to a rigorous international curriculum, LOS embraces progressive teaching methods, such as experiential learning, project-based learning, collaborative work, and technology integration, the Singapore approach to Math, to enhance students’ critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.

At Lodha Oakwood School, we use data from benchmarking assessments and scores from standardised MAP testing to create individualised learning goals and plans for each child. This data helps to tailor and target our instruction to each child through careful classroom management and differentiation by our highly skilled and accomplished teachers. We also align 21st century skills throughout our learning and teaching practices.

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