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How qualified are your teachers?2021-05-11T09:44:12+05:30

All our PYP teachers are IB qualified or certified. Every Home Room Teacher (HRT) is IB certified.

For middle and high school, all teachers are well-qualified as per the respective curriculum requirements with a minimum of 4 to 5 years of teaching experience. Most of the faculty either hold a master’s degree or are PhD’s.

Can you give me the fee structure?2021-05-11T09:43:32+05:30

We request you to kindly walk-in to understand the same, as we would be able to explain the teaching/learning methodologies and how the happy minds module helps us in creating happy children.

What is the admission assessment for?2021-05-11T09:42:41+05:30

The assessment is not a criteria for the admission, but to help understand in creating the child’s portfolio accordingly.

What documents are needed for the admission?2021-05-11T09:42:05+05:30

Child’s birth certificate, Transfer Certificate if applicable, 5 passport size photographs, 1 passport size photograph of mother and father Aadhar card copy.

What is your admissions process?2021-05-11T09:41:37+05:30

We request you to kindly take an appointment to visit any of our campuses for detailed counselling followed by a campus tour followed by an interaction with the Principal and then proceed with the application and documentation by paying the registration fee and a refundable caution deposit to complete the admission process.

Isn’t the Kollur Campus too far?2021-05-11T09:40:56+05:30

With the new connecting road that’s is coming up from Tellapur to Kollur we can save close to 20KM and 20 minutes per days travel to reach the school.

Where is the school?2021-05-11T09:40:16+05:30

We have two branches one at Nanakramguda, which is for pre-primary. Our main campus is at Kollur which we call 27 acers of joy! It is 20 km from the financial district Gachibowli, towards Patancheru on the ORR ring road.

How does CBSE help students aiming to write competitive exams in the country?2021-05-11T09:39:53+05:30

The CBSE curriculum is aligned with the NCERT and so is the syllabus of competitive exams such as JEE or NEET, the students doing CBSE have the same syllabus in Classes 11 and 12 and therefore the syllabus of the competitive exams is not new to them.

If the child finishes 9th grade in India and in Grade 10 shifts to another country, can the child appear for the examinations and vice versa?2021-05-11T09:39:26+05:30

There are CBSE schools in few foreign countries. They need permission from CBSE after submitting relevant documents as mentioned by the board the student can shift without any hassles.

How is CBSE different in Gaudium when compared to the other CBSE schools?2021-05-11T09:38:19+05:30

We provide exposure to a variety of careers through Skill-based subjects, we offer Artificial Intelligence, Financial Marketing & Management, Fashion Designing, Psychology, Legal Studies, etc. which are taken up by very few schools in twin cities, we have experienced and dedicated faculty, state of the art infrastructure and excellent facilities, guest lectures called Talking Titans by stalwarts, MUN, national and international field trips,

Well-equipped labs, safe environment, Sports facilities with International standards, rigorous training sessions for the teachers, Professional Career Guidance cell, School counsellors, and we have a variety of community service projects as well.

We also have Sports & Arts programmes where students can train themselves under world-renowned experts.

How smooth is the transition from PYP to CBSE?2021-05-11T09:37:39+05:30

Yes, we ensure that the transition is smooth as we have worked on the curriculum requirements backward. The teachers from both curricula give enough handholding to students to ensure that the transition is smooth.

Moreover, the requirements of Grade 6 is well aligned to ensure the transition is smoother. Teachers also conduct bridge courses to ensure a smooth transition.

CBSE is all about the chalk and talk method, how is The Gaudium different in the teaching and learning?2021-05-11T09:37:10+05:30

CBSE propagates use of discovery learning, art integration, experiential learning, lab activities, virtual simulations, project-based learning- all of this is a part of competency-based education in CBSE. We use numerous activities which cover all these approaches.

Can Cambridge student take any of the Indian Competitive exams like JEE or NEET?2021-05-11T09:36:01+05:30

Yes, Any Cambridge student can write JEE or NEET exams. In fact, in grades 9 and 10, learners are exposed to problem-solving, application-based and Critical multiple-choice questions which makes it easy for them.

Can the student be shifted back to CBSE or IB after 10th?2021-05-11T09:35:33+05:30

Yes, the student has a choice of moving back to CBSE or IB for 11th and 12th.The student will not face any problem, he or she will be able to cope up well.

How do you help the students who are lagging behind in any subject?2021-05-11T09:35:11+05:30
  • Individual attention during study lounge
  • Extra assignments
  • Constant feedback to parents on child’s performance to extend their support
What is the difference between Cambridge International and other international curricula?2021-05-11T09:34:36+05:30

When compared to other International Curricula, Cambridge IGCSE students have the flexibility of choosing subjects of their interest in Grades 9 and 10. A highly intellectual student can choose more than 8 subjects at the IGCSE level and get extra credits during his college admissions.

  • Vocational subjects in Grades 9 and 10
  • A Cambridge student in India, need not attempt IELTS when planning to move abroad for higher studies. Special considerations are given when applied to UK Universities.
  • A Cambridge learner has the choice of taking exams in 3 exam series: March/May/November series which is not available in other curricula.
  • The approach is completely based on 21st Century skills; they have time-bound MCQ papers, investigation, problem-solving, case studies, and structured papers.
  • CI curriculum promotes international-mindedness.
  • There are Board exams for IGCSE Grade 10 as required by Indian colleges and universities.

Board Exams in Feb – March every year with results being declared in May, the academic year, exams and results, CI timeline is at par with national and state boards so that students do not have to take a gap year if joining these boards for 11 and 12.

What is the significance of the lower secondary checkpoint?2021-05-11T09:31:37+05:30

Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint is designed to assess learners at the end of the Cambridge Lower Secondary programme (i.e. at the end of Grade 8).

It enables schools to obtain an international benchmark of learner performance to identify and address learning needs. It is a diagnostic test to inform us about the various skill levels in English, Mathematics, and Science.

It helps the learners by:

  1. Developing their global outlook and equipping them for success in the modern world
  2. Preparing them for IGCSE and higher studies.
What does CI offer?2021-05-11T09:30:52+05:30

The Cambridge curriculum offers a variety of routes for learners with a wide range of abilities CI help schools build a curriculum around their specific needs. Starting from a foundation of core subjects, it is easy to add breadth and cross-curricular perspectives. Encouraging learners to engage with a variety of subjects, and make connections between them, is fundamental to CI approach.

For schools, Cambridge offers a flexible and stimulating curriculum, supported with excellent resources and training.

For learners, Cambridge helps improve performance by developing skills in creative thinking, enquiry, and problem-solving. It is the perfect springboard to advanced study.

How is Cambridge curriculum beneficial to students?2021-05-11T09:30:16+05:30

The Cambridge international curriculum sets a global standard for education and is recognised by universities and employers worldwide. The students gain the essential skills they need for success at university and in their future careers. CI promotes international learning which includes cultures, languages, environmental studies, political relations, religions, geography, and history of the world.

How do you balance your academics and events?2021-05-11T09:29:27+05:30

The academic year plan is done in the beginning of the year and there is a zero-period planned at the end of the day to prepare the students for the upcoming events.

What is your student teacher ratio?2021-05-11T09:28:57+05:30

It is 1:12.

How many students per class?2021-05-11T09:28:26+05:30

A maximum of 23-25 students per class with a 1:12 teacher, student ratio.

What is your strength now?2021-05-11T09:27:54+05:30

We currently have over 1500+ students.

How old is the school?2021-05-11T09:27:26+05:30

This is our 7th academic year, next will be our 8th academic year.

Is the school authorised for all the curricula?2021-05-11T09:26:58+05:30

We are an authorized IB World School for PYP and IBDP, we are also a Candidate school for MYP.

We also have the affiliation for CBSE and Cambridge International.

What curriculum do you offer?2021-05-11T09:26:14+05:30

From Nursery to grade 12 we offer IB (International Baccalaureate) curriculum.

From grade 6 to 10 we have options of Cambridge International, CBSE and

MYP to choose from, and CBSE & IBDP for grade XI & XII.

Have many questions? Check out these FAQs. If you still have any queries please call us or WhatsApp on +91.73370 00400!

How qualified are your teachers?2021-05-11T09:44:12+05:30

All our PYP teachers are IB qualified or certified. Every Home Room Teacher (HRT) is IB certified.

For middle and high school, all teachers are well-qualified as per the respective curriculum requirements with a minimum of 4 to 5 years of teaching experience. Most of the faculty either hold a master’s degree or are PhD’s.

Can you give me the fee structure?2021-05-11T09:43:32+05:30

We request you to kindly walk-in to understand the same, as we would be able to explain the teaching/learning methodologies and how the happy minds module helps us in creating happy children.

What is the admission assessment for?2021-05-11T09:42:41+05:30

The assessment is not a criteria for the admission, but to help understand in creating the child’s portfolio accordingly.

What documents are needed for the admission?2021-05-11T09:42:05+05:30

Child’s birth certificate, Transfer Certificate if applicable, 5 passport size photographs, 1 passport size photograph of mother and father Aadhar card copy.

What is your admissions process?2021-05-11T09:41:37+05:30

We request you to kindly take an appointment to visit any of our campuses for detailed counselling followed by a campus tour followed by an interaction with the Principal and then proceed with the application and documentation by paying the registration fee and a refundable caution deposit to complete the admission process.

Isn’t the Kollur Campus too far?2021-05-11T09:40:56+05:30

With the new connecting road that’s is coming up from Tellapur to Kollur we can save close to 20KM and 20 minutes per days travel to reach the school.

Where is the school?2021-05-11T09:40:16+05:30

We have two branches one at Nanakramguda, which is for pre-primary. Our main campus is at Kollur which we call 27 acers of joy! It is 20 km from the financial district Gachibowli, towards Patancheru on the ORR ring road.

How does CBSE help students aiming to write competitive exams in the country?2021-05-11T09:39:53+05:30

The CBSE curriculum is aligned with the NCERT and so is the syllabus of competitive exams such as JEE or NEET, the students doing CBSE have the same syllabus in Classes 11 and 12 and therefore the syllabus of the competitive exams is not new to them.

If the child finishes 9th grade in India and in Grade 10 shifts to another country, can the child appear for the examinations and vice versa?2021-05-11T09:39:26+05:30

There are CBSE schools in few foreign countries. They need permission from CBSE after submitting relevant documents as mentioned by the board the student can shift without any hassles.

How is CBSE different in Gaudium when compared to the other CBSE schools?2021-05-11T09:38:19+05:30

We provide exposure to a variety of careers through Skill-based subjects, we offer Artificial Intelligence, Financial Marketing & Management, Fashion Designing, Psychology, Legal Studies, etc. which are taken up by very few schools in twin cities, we have experienced and dedicated faculty, state of the art infrastructure and excellent facilities, guest lectures called Talking Titans by stalwarts, MUN, national and international field trips,

Well-equipped labs, safe environment, Sports facilities with International standards, rigorous training sessions for the teachers, Professional Career Guidance cell, School counsellors, and we have a variety of community service projects as well.

We also have Sports & Arts programmes where students can train themselves under world-renowned experts.

How smooth is the transition from PYP to CBSE?2021-05-11T09:37:39+05:30

Yes, we ensure that the transition is smooth as we have worked on the curriculum requirements backward. The teachers from both curricula give enough handholding to students to ensure that the transition is smooth.

Moreover, the requirements of Grade 6 is well aligned to ensure the transition is smoother. Teachers also conduct bridge courses to ensure a smooth transition.

CBSE is all about the chalk and talk method, how is The Gaudium different in the teaching and learning?2021-05-11T09:37:10+05:30

CBSE propagates use of discovery learning, art integration, experiential learning, lab activities, virtual simulations, project-based learning- all of this is a part of competency-based education in CBSE. We use numerous activities which cover all these approaches.

Can Cambridge student take any of the Indian Competitive exams like JEE or NEET?2021-05-11T09:36:01+05:30

Yes, Any Cambridge student can write JEE or NEET exams. In fact, in grades 9 and 10, learners are exposed to problem-solving, application-based and Critical multiple-choice questions which makes it easy for them.

Can the student be shifted back to CBSE or IB after 10th?2021-05-11T09:35:33+05:30

Yes, the student has a choice of moving back to CBSE or IB for 11th and 12th.The student will not face any problem, he or she will be able to cope up well.

How do you help the students who are lagging behind in any subject?2021-05-11T09:35:11+05:30
  • Individual attention during study lounge
  • Extra assignments
  • Constant feedback to parents on child’s performance to extend their support
What is the difference between Cambridge International and other international curricula?2021-05-11T09:34:36+05:30

When compared to other International Curricula, Cambridge IGCSE students have the flexibility of choosing subjects of their interest in Grades 9 and 10. A highly intellectual student can choose more than 8 subjects at the IGCSE level and get extra credits during his college admissions.

  • Vocational subjects in Grades 9 and 10
  • A Cambridge student in India, need not attempt IELTS when planning to move abroad for higher studies. Special considerations are given when applied to UK Universities.
  • A Cambridge learner has the choice of taking exams in 3 exam series: March/May/November series which is not available in other curricula.
  • The approach is completely based on 21st Century skills; they have time-bound MCQ papers, investigation, problem-solving, case studies, and structured papers.
  • CI curriculum promotes international-mindedness.
  • There are Board exams for IGCSE Grade 10 as required by Indian colleges and universities.

Board Exams in Feb – March every year with results being declared in May, the academic year, exams and results, CI timeline is at par with national and state boards so that students do not have to take a gap year if joining these boards for 11 and 12.

What is the significance of the lower secondary checkpoint?2021-05-11T09:31:37+05:30

Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint is designed to assess learners at the end of the Cambridge Lower Secondary programme (i.e. at the end of Grade 8).

It enables schools to obtain an international benchmark of learner performance to identify and address learning needs. It is a diagnostic test to inform us about the various skill levels in English, Mathematics, and Science.

It helps the learners by:

  1. Developing their global outlook and equipping them for success in the modern world
  2. Preparing them for IGCSE and higher studies.
What does CI offer?2021-05-11T09:30:52+05:30

The Cambridge curriculum offers a variety of routes for learners with a wide range of abilities CI help schools build a curriculum around their specific needs. Starting from a foundation of core subjects, it is easy to add breadth and cross-curricular perspectives. Encouraging learners to engage with a variety of subjects, and make connections between them, is fundamental to CI approach.

For schools, Cambridge offers a flexible and stimulating curriculum, supported with excellent resources and training.

For learners, Cambridge helps improve performance by developing skills in creative thinking, enquiry, and problem-solving. It is the perfect springboard to advanced study.

How is Cambridge curriculum beneficial to students?2021-05-11T09:30:16+05:30

The Cambridge international curriculum sets a global standard for education and is recognised by universities and employers worldwide. The students gain the essential skills they need for success at university and in their future careers. CI promotes international learning which includes cultures, languages, environmental studies, political relations, religions, geography, and history of the world.

How do you balance your academics and events?2021-05-11T09:29:27+05:30

The academic year plan is done in the beginning of the year and there is a zero-period planned at the end of the day to prepare the students for the upcoming events.

What is your student teacher ratio?2021-05-11T09:28:57+05:30

It is 1:12.

How many students per class?2021-05-11T09:28:26+05:30

A maximum of 23-25 students per class with a 1:12 teacher, student ratio.

What is your strength now?2021-05-11T09:27:54+05:30

We currently have over 1500+ students.

How old is the school?2021-05-11T09:27:26+05:30

This is our 7th academic year, next will be our 8th academic year.

Is the school authorised for all the curricula?2021-05-11T09:26:58+05:30

We are an authorized IB World School for PYP and IBDP, we are also a Candidate school for MYP.

We also have the affiliation for CBSE and Cambridge International.

What curriculum do you offer?2021-05-11T09:26:14+05:30

From Nursery to grade 12 we offer IB (International Baccalaureate) curriculum.

From grade 6 to 10 we have options of Cambridge International, CBSE and

MYP to choose from, and CBSE & IBDP for grade XI & XII.

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