Student Work

Here we highlight the impact of our teaching and learning loop on our students and also celebrate their wonderful accomplishments and educational activities.

Our Academy stands out as a place where students can explore and develop the skill-sets of analysis, problem solving, critical thinking, learning by investigating and Innovative thinking by showcasing STEM/STEAM (Science,Technology, Engineering,Art & Math) student projects and achievements within our school community over the years.

Part of the overarching framework of our STEM/STEAM programs is the United Nations Sustainable Goals. To this end our student projects are designed to develop competencies that empower them to reflect on their actions and consider their current and future social, cultural, economic, and environmental impacts from a local and a global perspective.

Physical science is a branch of natural science that studies the non-living systems of the world, through rough experimentation, observation, and analysis, our students uncover the underlying mechanisms that drive the natural world. All our Students all work individually or in groups to present these STEM based projects.

Physical sciences school projects are a great way to engage students in hands-on learning. They allow students to apply theoretical knowledge to practical experiments, fostering a deeper understanding of scientific concepts.

Investigative Learning: Atoms are the building blocks of matter. They consist of protons, neutrons, and electrons. This STEM school project on atoms can be an engaging way for students to learn about the building blocks of matter. This hands-on approach helps make abstract concepts more tangible for learners.

Interactive Learning: The human heart school project provides a hands-on activity for students to understand the structure and function of the heart. This STEM project allows students to engage with the material in a tangible and visual manner.

Innovative Learning: The cell STEM school project offers a hands-on approach to learning biology. Students can build models of cells, enhancing their understanding of complex concepts in a practical way.

Earth science is a fascinating field of study that explores the complex interactions between the land, oceans, atmosphere, and living organisms on our planet. All our Students all work individually or in groups to present these STEM based projects.

There are many engaging Earth sciences school projects for students to explore. These hands-on activities can make learning about Earth sciences fun and interactive for students of all ages.

Interactive Learning: The eco-system in a bottle project is a unique way to observe the delicate balance of nature in a contained environment. This STEM project demonstrates the interconnectedness of various organisms and how they rely on each other to thrive. It serves as a hands-on educational tool for understanding ecological concepts in a tangible and interactive way.

By creating wildlife habitats, students can learn about the importance of biodiversity and conservation firsthand. These projects provide hands-on experience in caring for local ecosystems and understanding the interdependence of different species.

Engaging Learning Experience: Creating a solar system project allows students to actively participate in learning about space. This hands-on STEM project can enhance their understanding and retention of scientific concepts.

Design thinking is a mindset that can be applied to any problem-solving process. At its core, design thinking is about empathy, experimentation, and collaboration. It focuses on understanding the human experience and using that insight to drive innovation. The design thinking process typically consists of five stages: empathize, define, ideate, prototype, and test.  All our Students all work individually or in groups to present these STEM based projects.

By integrating design thinking and innovation into school projects, students can develop essential skills that will benefit them in their academic and professional lives.

Our Solar-Powered Hydroponics Green Space provides an outdoor learning space which fosters creativity and an environment to develop a forward thinking mindset in our students.

Our solar hydroponics project in offers valuable hands-on learning experiences. Students can learn about sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, and the importance of efficient water use in growing plants.This STEM project is linked to the (United Nations Sustainable Development Goals) UNSDG 2,6 & 7.

Aquaponics school projects offer hands-on learning opportunities for students. They combine elements of biology, chemistry, and agriculture in a practical setting. By growing plants and raising fish together, students can understand the interconnectedness of ecosystems and sustainable food production. This STEM project is linked to the (United Nations Sustainable Development Goals) UNSDG 2,6 & 7.

Engaging in art and craft activities goes beyond just creating beautiful pieces. It also offers students a wide range of benefits for your mental and emotional well-being. Studies have shown that art can reduce stress, improve cognitive function, and boost self-esteem. All our Students all work individually or in groups to present these STEM based projects.

Fostering Creativity: Arts and craft school projects encourage creativity and self-expression. By working on these projects, students get to explore different materials and techniques, helping them think outside the box. This hands-on approach fosters imagination and problem-solving skills.

Performance arts in school offer various advantages ; these activities can improve confidence and public speaking skills. Overall, performance arts contribute to a well-rounded education for students.