Students Performance Review & Development (SPRD) Programme

"School that does not review the performance of its students is doing formality in the name of education"

-Universal Baccalaureate

The Student Performance Review and Development Programme (SPRDP) is meticulously designed to cultivate students as exemplary role models for their peers studying in other schools. This comprehensive initiative goes beyond focusing solely on academic achievements, aiming to provide students with a holistic education. Through the SPRDP, students are encouraged to become ambassadors of positive change within their communities. They are provided with ample opportunities to showcase their leadership skills, engage in community service activities, and participate in initiatives that address pressing social issues. 

The core objective of the SPRD programme is to foster the development of essential soft skills, including effective communication and interpersonal abilities, while promoting positive values such as humanity and morality.

Within the SPRDP framework, our schools place a robust emphasis on nurturing the overall growth of students. This involves continuously reviewing and refining student performance to ensure they receive the necessary support to unleash their full potential. By implementing a well-rounded curriculum and offering diverse learning experiences, we strive to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and values that will enable them to excel in various aspects of their lives.

Through the SPRDP, students are encouraged to become ambassadors of positive change within their communities. They are provided with ample opportunities to showcase their leadership skills, engage in community service activities, and participate in initiatives that address pressing social issues. By actively involving students in these endeavors, we instill in them a sense of responsibility and empathy, nurturing their ability to make a meaningful impact on society.

The programme's success is evident in the remarkable transformation of students. Equipped with not only a solid academic foundation but also a well-developed set of soft skills and values, these individuals become role models for their peers. Their exemplary conduct, strong work ethic, and compassionate nature inspire others to strive for excellence and contribute positively to their communities.

Furthermore, the SPRDP recognizes the importance of parental involvement in the development of their children's education. We believe that parents play an important role in ensuring that their children are fully engaged and invested in their education. By involving parents in the review and development of their children's performance, we foster a supportive and collaborative learning environment that ultimately leads to better student outcomes.

Through the SPRDP, UBacc schools aim to provide students with the tools they need to succeed in the 21st century. By promoting the development of interpersonal skills, humanity, and morality, we equip students with the ability to become responsible global citizens who are able to navigate the complexities of a rapidly changing world. We believe that a well-rounded education is essential for the development of future leaders who will make a positive impact in their communities and the world.

Concept Based Learning (CBL) Programme

Universal Baccalaureate Schools recognize the importance of providing a well-rounded education that not only focuses on academic excellence but also on the development of interpersonal skills, humanity, and morality. To achieve this, we adopt the Concept Based Learning Programme (CBLP). Concept Based Learning is a pedagogical approach that centers on the learner, providing them with the necessary skills to acquire knowledge in a particular subject. This approach places a strong emphasis on skill development and encourages students to cultivate an independent problem-solving attitude. Based on the constructivist learning theory, it recognizes the critical role of the learner in constructing meaning from both new information and prior experience. Concept Based Learning engages students in critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making within the context of situations that are personally relevant to them. This approach involves a process of action, reflection, conceptualization, and reapplication, ultimately resulting in a deeper and more meaningful understanding of the subject matter. By encouraging students to engage in these processes, they are able to develop higher-order thinking skills that are transferable to real-world situations. In this way, Student Centric Concept Based Learning is a highly effective approach that enables learners to become active, engaged, and successful participants in their own education.

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” 

-Benjamin Franklin  

Remedial Classes For Low Scorer Student

Student performance review is an ongoing process at UBacc, which involves creating a list of students with consistently low performance at the beginning of each academic year. To address this issue, a special 60-minute class is included in the school's timetable towards the end of each day. The objective of this class is to provide remedial support to weak students and help them improve their academic performance.

To ensure that all subjects are given equal attention, remedial slots are allocated in an efficient manner, and a balanced approach is followed to ensure that each subject is given equal time during the week. This approach helps in creating an environment where all students are encouraged to attend the class and there is no unhealthy demarcation between the students.

During the remedial class, an in-depth recapitulation of the subject matter is undertaken, with a greater emphasis on addressing the doubts of the students. The focus of the class is to facilitate the growth and progress of the students with special learning requirements.

By adopting this approach, UBacc is committed to providing equal opportunities to all students, irrespective of their academic performance. The continuous review of student performance and the provision of remedial classes are some of the steps taken by UBacc to ensure that every student has the opportunity to succeed and achieve their academic potential.

"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new."

-Albert Einstein

Leadership Development Programme (LDP)

Universal Baccalaureate School is staunchly committed to the principles of Transformational Leadership, a paradigm rooted in the fusion of two influential tenets: Long-Term Thinking and a Growth Mindset. Long-Term Thinking encompasses the cultivation of lucidity in goal establishment, wherein aspirations, while audacious, transcend short-term gains. Simultaneously, the Growth Mindset fosters the capacity to surmount prevailing obstacles, propelling the realization of loftier objectives. These cardinal precepts converge to contour the trajectory of visionary leaders, furnishing them with the prowess to effectuate enduring expansion and leave an indelible imprint.

The Leadership Development Programme (LDP) in Universal Baccalaureate School is designed to support the ongoing development of students as leaders. This program aims to instill leadership qualities in students by providing them with opportunities to take the lead in various activities and projects. Through this program, students are able to practice public speaking, develop organizational skills, and boost their morale.

The program is structured to provide students with a range of opportunities to develop their leadership skills. Students are encouraged to take on leadership roles in various school events, such as sports meets, cultural festivals, and other extracurricular activities. This allows them to develop confidence in their abilities and learn to work effectively with their peers.

In addition, the Leadership Development Programme provides students with training and mentoring from experienced leaders. This guidance helps students to develop their leadership qualities, such as communication, decision-making, and problem-solving skills. The program also offers opportunities for students to attend leadership conferences and workshops, where they can learn from experts in the field and network with other aspiring leaders.

The Leadership Development Programme is a valuable initiative that supports students in their ongoing growth and development as leaders. By providing students with opportunities to practice leadership skills and offering them guidance and mentorship, UBacc is preparing them to be successful leaders in their future endeavors.

“Maturity is achieved when a person postpones immediate pleasures for long-term values”. 

– Joshua L. Liebman