Makerspaces provide students, teachers and parents with workspaces where they can tinker with tools and technology to explore, learn and create prototype solutions to solve problems related to their passions
The framework focuses on developing socially-aware children who have the skills to question and craft their identities, embrace complexity, navigate conflict constructively, honour the emotional wellness in themselves and others
Teachers and children experience exploration projects around genuine curiosity and work on them in the real context, supplemented by reflective sessions, adventure, meeting local people, hands-on work, peer learning, etc
Students address design challenges integrated into mainstream subjects, and participate in Genius Hours to work on applying and creating with the technology tools introduced to them during the Digital Literacy Classes
Reinforces the importance of shaping concerned and engaged citizens and promotes the core values of civic governance, community participation and representation; equips students with appropriate tools to act on civic governance issues
Help students go deeper into the complexity of their emotional, social, and global understandings, learn intricate mindfulness, and build a strong sense of community through team-building and sharing activities
On-going assessments are developmentally appropriate and designed to allow students to succeed by showing what they have learned; they provide inputs to make informed decisions at class-curriculum levels
This blog illustrates a point of view on the recommended language policy for urban and semi-rural schools in India, with inputs from research findings from cognitive neuroscience, early childhood psychology, bilingualism, language learning.
Can school education be made more interactive than the traditional teaching mode? Is Indian education hampering curiosity and critical thinking in a child? Is teacher training getting the attention it deserves?
Vishnu Karthik, CEO of Xperiential Learning Systems and Associate Director of The Heritage Group of Schools, elaborated on how this form of pedagogy reflects the ethos of globalisation with focus on collaboration and empathy.
Over the last century, the definition of jobs that kids aspire to has changed dramatically – from steam engine driver to may be an astronaut. In just another decade, the jobs that will be most sought after are likely to those that are as yet unheard of.
Quality education is about possibilities. It is about success in real life, discovering the child's innate talents, excitement in learning new things, being a good human being and a contributing citizen. At HXLS, we educate children, as opposed to schooling them, to become global citizens equipped to thrive in the 21st century.
Applications for admission into Grades KG, II, III, IV, and V are now closed for Session 24-25 for the Sector 62 campus
Dear Parents, The nursery applications for the academic year 2024-25 are closed. For applying for non-nursery grades, click here.
Congratulations to the batch of 2022-23 for their outstanding CBSE board results, view results.