Welcome to The Spirit School

About Us

The Spirit School is the academic institution established to meet the skyscraping educational challenges of the new millennium with its cutting edge and innovative educational programme, designed by a group of veteran educationists. The goal of The Spirit School is to help today’s children become truly global citizens.

Its teaching methodology addresses this rapidly changing world filled with new learning dynamics as well as exciting new possibilities. 21st century skills incorporated in our interdisciplinary, integrated, and intelligently designed curriculum prepare our young children to meet all modern challenges skillfully and confidently.

Levels of our education system




Collaborative Problem Creativity

Students learn through solving problems. A great way to learn is by effectively working as a team to solve problems as a cohesive, collaborative unit. Working together toward a common goal is a hallmark of human society. Collaborative Problem Solving exposes students to new ideas and opposing viewpoints, while demonstrating the power of the collective mind.

Hands-On Learning

Students in a 21st-century skills classroom are not afraid to get their hands dirty. They thrive on translating textbook material into real-life scenarios in which teachers encourage creativity,

 experimentation, and trial-and-error. Our 21st-century curriculum takes hands-on learning beyond the art studio and science lab. This skill is developed through field trips.


A 21st-century education affords students opportunities to flex their creative muscles beyond the traditionally creative classes. Whether they work to find a new solution to an old problem or find a different way to explain an everyday occurrence, students are constantly finding their own approaches to problems and projects. Creativity is an essential tool to get young minds thinking across disciplines and beyond what’s been done before.

Our Education System

21st Century Education at Your Doorstep

During the first few years, a child goes through rapid physical and mental development that demands such an ideal instructional environment which could actualize the untapped reservoir of energy in the child.

Wise selection of the alma mater of a child by the parents is of significant consequence as it bears an indelible impression on the mind of the child, especially in the present era of challenges, opportunities, diversity, technology and globalization.

The children of the present age should not be confined to local and national boundaries as they belong to a world that has shrunk into a tiny global village.

They don’t play any more with simple toys of the past, but they literally take in the world via the filter of computing devices: the cellular phones, handheld gaming devices, i-pods, smart phones and laptops that they take everywhere, plus the computers, TVs and game consoles at home.

Today the teachers are dealing with students whose entire lives have been immersed in the 21st century media culture. There is a dire need of an educational programme that helps create the following qualities in our children:

Cultural Competency

We all live in a diverse, ever-changing world. Diversity is all around us, so the 21st-century classroom emphasize cultural competency skills, beyond an appreciation for other cultures.

In a 21st-century skills classroom, all individuals have the opportunity to interact with students from other backgrounds on the bases of cast, creed, language, religion and a lot more. These skills will be critical as students fuel future growth on a global scale.

Effective Written and Oral Communication

Effective written and oral communication is extremely essential in the 21 century. Students learn to listen actively, organize and articulate a discussion, present information, and argue points respectfully.

Communication skills are not seen as a “given.” Effective communication, when speaking and writing, is encouraged and cultivated through activities that challenge students to think beyond any reactions or preconceptions about a topic or problem.

Ethical Decision Making

Character building is a cornerstone of the 21st-century skills classroom. We all make decisions every day, from the most simple to more complicated choices.

A 21st-century curriculum teaches students how to navigate their own decision-making process by considering ethical factors, such as respect, fairness, equality, and kindness. Students explore how seemingly small decisions they make each day have far-reaching effects on others

Critical Thinking

The 21st-century skills classroom focuses on asking questions to encourage critical thinking, inquiry, and reasoning. In all courses, students evaluate, synthesize, and translate ideas to solve problems and complete projects.

Teachers also encourage students to refine their reasoning and inquiry skills. Well-developed thoughts and approaching problems from multiple angles is expected. Students question and analyze information — an increasingly crucial skill — rather than simply memorizing facts and figures.


Strong Leadership

Today’s world needs strong leaders. A 21st-century skills classroom focuses on developing leadership skills related to listening, building consensus, organizing, and motivating a group to action.

 Students learn what it means to have a responsibility for something beyond themselves.