At secondary level, students evolve into self-directed and independent learners. The teaching-learning process comprises:
- Organising concepts into manageable modules with effective learning outcomes.
- Diverse and planned formative and summative assessments methods.
- Implementation of remedial classes and peer help to ensure students reach the desired level of learning.
- Practical approach to learning through brainstorming, visuals aids, graphic organisers, laboratory activities, etc. which help students with metacognitive learning and task-based learning.
- Assisting children on their ability to aptly apply learning new contexts to become independent learners.
- Using contemporary instructional strategies like differentiated Instruction, flipped classroom and project-based learning are used to make learning engaging and meaningful.
- Students use technology for their assignments and presentation and even during their leisure.
- Students are encouraged to participate in group discussions, presentations and team work for building their communication and collaboration skills, the needs of the 21st century.
- Seminars and facilitation by subject experts take place at regular intervals to give the students an exposure to real-world work scenarios and requirements.