Lady Andal school is an IB authorized World School for the PYP* for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme and pursuing authorization as an IB World School. We at Lady Andal School aim to create a holistic individual by providing a happy atmosphere for the child. Focusing on the all round development of the child with an emphasis on individual academic brilliance and excellence on the field through games and athletics. We help build cultural and social skills among our learning community which foster an environment that is conducive to the teaching and learning process.
*Only schools authorized by the International Baccalaureate can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme (DP) or the Career-related Programme (CP). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted. For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit www.ibo.org
IB has improved my communication skills and made me confident about myself. We learn our concepts in an easier and practical manner. We research and find information which we can present in our own way.
My teachers give me opportunities to express my doubts. I learn something new everyday. My teachers are very supportive and they encourage and appreciate the students in whatever they do.
I love everything about my school. I met my best friend here. My teachers are super cool and they make our classes a lot of fun. I love the playground because it is so big and it has beautiful trees. We even go for nature walk sometimes. I have learned a lot about the different cultures of the world and respecting others. I even know how to research on the computer now.
My favourite part about school is my friends. I love our reading classes because we all get to listen to different stories. My school is big and it also has a swimming pool. I am waiting to get back to school soon !
I love seeing my friends and teachers everyday! I have learnt about emotions, communities, number counting and alphabet. I love singing “See you later” at the end of my class. I love playing games in school. I enjoyed being a chef at our school carnival where I also won in adaptune.
I like my school because I learn many things in a fun way. I love my teachers because they make everything so exciting and they are very patient with all of us and give all of us a turn. I like my friends because they are so kind to me. I love school because it’s so much fun and can’t wait to come back.
The IB PYP is super interesting and really creative. I like the way we learn each theme one at a time, and learn it fully. I love how we show our reflections. We don’t mug up an answer but present our understanding in the way we like. I love that we can answer some questions from different perspectives.
The teachers are doing a really good job. I’m glad that I enrolled my son in Lady Andal School. It’s really great how he’s able to learn things practically and that which he can use in his real life. During online classes, teachers worked along with the parents during the inquiry process. The teachers patiently listen to each child and guides them, giving importance to everyone in the class.
I am so happy that I got the opportunity to enroll both my children at Lady Andal School. After introducing us to the principles of the IB PYP program through an informative orientation, both the administration and teachers have shown an earnest commitment to maintaining those principles in daily classroom life. Many of us parents can see the advancement in our children's curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking skills. We also appreciate that the school values our feedback and acts on it. The modern approach to education combined with the school's decades of experience and excellent infrastructure is an ideal combination.
Although it has been a difficult year for all of us, everyone has risen to the challenge magnificently. The children have adapted to the new modes of learning and collaborating with their classmates. While I’m impressed with the academic rigor that the IB PYP has offered, I’m more excited about the change it has brought about in my daughter’s personality. She displays more confidence and voices her opinions, expressing herself through art and music. The small class size further ensures each child gets the individual attention they need. A special mention needs to be made about the accessibility of the teachers during the pandemic.
I am very happy with our decision to move our daughter to the IB PYP program. I can see a remarkable change in her personality and perspective. The daily activities and presentations has made her foundation very strong and it’s not based on rote memory. The small-size class ensures excellent involvement of the teacher and the children. The online classes during the pandemic have also been very beautifully conducted by the teachers.
My children recently joined the IB PYP program. Though the whole environment was new to them, the teachers were so helpful and patient to teach and guide them. My children are happy and they enjoy all activities they do during their sessions.
Lady Andal School has provided a nurturing environment for our child to grow, express and be his own unique self. The bond he shares with his peers and teachers is precious and one he shall always cherish. The school has provided a holistic approach to learning under its IB curriculum with a right mix of academic and practical approach. A word of appreciation is due to the management, teacher and all facilitators of this institution who have always been open to suggestions and feedback from the parents.
As a parent, I wanted to ensure my child knows the joy of learning, value its process and grow up to be a global citizen who is prepared to make changes in this world. Lady Andal School has given him the exposure to achieve this. A textbook can only provide content knowledge and not the ability to think. Here, the teachers encourage students to ask questions and foster the development of thinking. Students lead the classes by asking questions and are given opportunities to put what they have learnt into practice.