MRV follows the Cambridge curriculum at Secondary 1 (Grades 6 to 8) and Secondary 2 (Grades 9
and 10) keeping the Indian ethos intact. We firmly believe that learning is a constant and continuous
process for both, students and staff. Thus emphasis is laid on research backed best teaching practices
and modern technology in the school. We plan and execute our curriculum to fit technologically
aided learning process to increase the wealth of the childís conceptual learning combined with
At MRV, teaching and learning is executed in a manner that facilitates revisiting the key concepts in
order to ensure that students gain enduring understanding of the entire syllabus.
MRV encourages learner centred, experiential and enquiry based approach to learning which is at
the core of Cambridge Secondary curriculum.
MRV develops learnerís knowledge, understanding and skills in:
• Subject content
• Applying knowledge and understanding to familiar and new situations
• Intellectual enquiry
• Flexibility and responsiveness to change
• Working and communication in English
• Influencing outcomes
• Cultural awareness
MRVís guided enquiry based approach to learning, sets a child on an upward flight. It develops a child as a learner and equips her/him with skills that include
creative thinking, enquiry, problem solving, and leadership, inter and intra personal awareness, influencing outcomes and academic independence as an
excellent preparation for the next stage.
At MRV, we offer the following subjects (Grade 6 to 8):
- Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology)
- Global Perspectives
||Skill Based Subjects
- Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
- Speech And Drama
- Physical Education
Grade 5 onwards, we have progression tests and term evaluations coupled with ongoing regular
reporting. Internal assessments in the form of book study, projects, class tests, skill tests and research
work are taken throughout the year at the secondary level to check, monitor and remediate the
understanding of the students at regular intervals.
At the end of Secondary 1, pupils appear for the Cambridge Checkpoint tests, providing detailed
diagnostic information on studentsí strengths and weaknesses before they move into the Cambridge
International General Certificate of Secondary Examination (IGCSE)
At the end of Cambridge Secondary 2, learners gain Cambridge IGCSE qualifications. IGCSE is
globally recognised by universities and employers worldwide as equivalent to the UK General
Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) taken at Grade 10. Assessment takes place at the end of the
Cambridge IGCSE is different, new, modern, motivating and it is a real investment for a childís
bright future in a global world.
It has an international outlook, is tailored for a multi-cultural and multi-lingual audience. It is a
balanced and flexible course of study. It offers a choice between core and extended curriculum for most
This gives students of all ability levels the freedom to choose subjects that are right for them and,
thereby, the opportunity to excel.
A child can further move to AS and A levels where we offer Science and Commerce Streams.
Subjects offered at Cambridge IGCSE (Grade 9 & 10):
- First Language - English
- Global Perspectives