Our Curriculum

Our Curriculum leverages “early learning goals” from the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), UK. The aims of the curriculum are to help develop the whole child and to place the foundation for a happy, confident, well-adjusted, independent and educated individual. Your child will be encouraged to explore, question, reason and communicate – also to express his/her ideas and feelings through music, drama and imaginary play. Young children learn best through play and first hand experience. Both structured and spontaneous play situations provide the opportunity for individual development in all the areas of learning, both indoors and outdoors.


A world of learners where children gain a passport to the world


  • Unique Child

    Classroom practices recognize and develop the unique capabilities of each child. Our teachers understand and observe each child’s development and learning, assess progress and plan for next steps in achievement.

  • Positive Relationships

    Confidence and Independence is developed through positive interpersonal relationships in the academy. Relationships are sensitive and responsive to the child’s needs, interests and feelings.

  • Enabling Environments

    The carefully designed learning environments and experiences promote effective and faster learning. Stimulating resources, rich learning opportunities and support for children to explore are important features.

Characteristics of Effective Learning

  • Playing and Exploration

    Playing and exploring is the primary and most effective learning strategy of children through which they construct their own knowledge.

  • Active Learning

    Active engagement of the learners is experiential, mindful, and engaging – resulting in highly developed lifelong learning skills.

  • Critical Thinking

    Children think for themselves clearly and rationally understand and develop logical connections between ideas.


Ongoing assessment is central to effective learning in the Titrthanjali Academy system. Each child is observed and assessed individually, and their work and progress documented in a special portfolio that is shared with each parent, allowing them to be a part of their child’s life at school. Using assessments, teachers will plan the ways in which they can strengthen and deepen the child’s current learning and development.