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ISO 9001:2008


It is a well known fact that children learn better when they experience practically the knowledge that they receive through class teaching. The curricula of university of Cambridge international examinations, UK is based on experiential and research based individualised learning. It is highly flexible, analytical, and offers in depth study leading to problem solving.
The knowledge is imparted through multimedia such as power point slides through LCD projector and a screen, HD large TV screens in the kindergarten and pre primary classes, smart boards in the primary classes with latest relevant softwares with video and audio inputs for effective learning Besides, field trips, excursions, exchange programmes, online exchanges, online support studies and references, lab activities, demonstrations and practicals, visits to relevant places for in depth understanding of concepts all these play an important role in the making of a scholar.
Assessments are continuous and individualised, based on multi layered classroom methodology. Differential instructions cater to varied learning styles and behaviour among children.
Multiple intelligences are given due consideration in the regular teaching learning process at RRIS.
The international character of school takes care of synthesising the best practices of the East and the West---a very challenging Global curriculum in the BHARTIYA context. Value education is given priority.
The practical, intellectual and the social skills are shaped through carefully chosen activities of classroom and beyond.