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Distinctive Features


Beliefs and Values


What are the beliefs and values reflected in the IB PYP?
The PYP philosophy has the following key beliefs and values which are in alignment with our school's ethos.


Build independent, life-long learners


The  PYP  believes that learning is an endless journey and focuses on making students life-long learners. Students are engaged meaningfully to develop thinking, research, communication, social and self management skills to build themselves as independent learners.

Develop the attributes of the Learner Profile


The Learner Profile is the IB mission statement in practice and lists ten important and universal human attributes we want our students to develop and demonstrate. These attributes build the character of the students and promote international mindedness in them. You can read more about the  IB Learner Profile.

Celebrating Holistic Programme


Every minute spent by the students at SIS, is constructively used in instilling the school's mission and core values as well as the ethos of the IB. Each jigsaw piece of these myriad experiences create the mural of a whole child, a true AVMMSite. These glimpses make an effort to capture some of those moments that make up this wonderful mural!





Affiliations


AVMMS enjoys recognition from the following Tamil nadu state education departments.



WHY AVMMS


Authentic Learning

Authentic learning is promoted through use of real world examples and applications and use of case studies within the ambit of the programme.


Holistic Learning

Holistic education is more than the education of the whole student and addresses the very broadest development of the whole person at the cognitive and affective levels. It emphasizes that education of the child beyond the confines of the classroom.




Cooperative Learning

AVMMS was the first school in India to conduct a workshop on Cooperative Learning by Dr. Spencer Kagen. The Kagen cooperative structures are instructional strategies designed to promote classroom communication boost students confidence and retain their interests in classroom interactions. These cooperative learning strategies are uncompetitive in nature and its not merely students working in groups but providing structures by which one can capitalize on one another’s resource and skills and assess individual accountability within the group.




Multiple Intelligence

Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligence is the basis of ensuring that teaching strategies are in tune to a child’s learning style, be it visual, verbal, musical, naturalistic, inter personal, intra personal, kinesthetic, logical and existential.





Core Values


The value system of the school stands on four main pillars




Engaging Minds

The School's curriculum and teaching methodology has been designed in a very practical and learner-centric manner. Students are encouraged to think creatively and acquire knowledge through innovative ways that test their analytical and problem- solving skills.


Touching Heart

SIS understands that each student has different interests and abilities. Our faculties extend a helping hand to bring out the greatest potential of each student and sensitise them to global issues related to the environment, peace, poverty, conflict resolution and so on.




Dignity in Action

While the students are prepared for the competitive global arena through a constructive learning process, they are also taught that winning is not everything in life. Sound moral values are inculcated in each student with the objective of grooming responsible and dignified global citizens.




Sense of Enterprise

The entire curriculum has been designed to impart education with a global perspective which inspires the students to broaden their horizon and think big. Small businesses survived because they have sense of enterprise, they have ambition and they find their own method.





Constructivist and Inquiry based learning


Constructivist approach is based on the principle that “A child learns best when he derives out of his learning” The inquiry process is adopted here so as to tap the child’s natural curiosity as a point of reference to build in research skills which makes them not just knowledgeable inquirers but also balanced thinkers who are open minded and reflective.



Experiential Learning



    This is built on axiom that the best way to learn is by doing. To this end we at AVMMS have projects based learning, community service expressed through PYP action, round square projects, IAYP and cas programme apart from field and study trips at local, national and International Level.

Authentic Learning



    Authentic leaning is promoted through use of real world examples and applications and use of case studies within the ambit of the programme.These authentic learning strategies are uncompetitive in nature and its not merely students working in groups but providing structures by which one can capitalize on one another’s recourses and skills .




Holistic Learning



    Holistic education is more than the education of the whole student and addresses the very broadest development of the whole person at the cognitive and affective levels. It emphasizes that education of the child beyond the confines of the classroom.




Cooperative Learning



    AVMMS was the first school in India to conduct a workshop on Cooperative Learning by Dr. Spencer Kagen. The Kagen cooperative structures are instructional strategies designed to promote classroom communication boost students confidence and retain their interests in classroom interactions.