Enriched curriculum

Enriched curriculum


Inquiry-based learning is based on active participation of students by involving them in posing questions and bringing real-life experiences to them. The basis of this method is to channelize the thought process of the studen​​​​ts through queries and help them in “how to think'' instead of “what to think".​

Inquiry-based learning is a learning process that engages students by making real-world connections through exploration and high-level questioning. It is an approach to learning that encourages students to engage in problem-solving and experiential learning. There is so much happening in our world that is worth our learners discovering and experiencing.

By leaving space in their lessons for authentic curiosity to take hold, teachers can enable deeper learning.

From a teacher point-of-view, inquiry-based teaching focuses on moving students beyond general curiosity into the realms of critical thinking and understanding. You must encourage students to ask questions and support them through the investigation process, understanding when to begin and how to structure an inquiry activity.




Once we bring real-life experiences to students, they discover that the world around them is not divided into small portions using knowledge from just one field. On the contrary, they discover that mathematics is needed in cartography, physics is essential when studying the muscles and the skeleton and so on. Interdisciplinarity follows naturally and it becomes a mindset, not a method.


Education is not only about academics, about imparting knowledge. Knowledge is very important indeed for informed decisions. But education is also about life