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The IELC Difference

Great leaders are made, not born

The central idea of the School is based on the concept of 'Leadership', which focuses on a child's mind, body and spirit. Our leadership programme is centred around certain "Keys to Leadership" which include aspects like: Lifelong learning, Values, Communication, Innovation and Thinking. These keys are promoted through experiential learning at the Indus Early Learning Centre.

We are a School and not just a pre-school

New scientific insights in cognitive science establish that young children know and learn about the world like adults. Children's minds are not blank slates at birth; babies and very young children think, observe, and reason even as adults do. They are scientists in their cribs! Consequently, their learning journey can start much earlier. The IELC follows an international curriculum of high repute to exploit the "critical windows" of learning. Through this curriculum, children will develop understanding, gain relevant knowledge, acquire necessary skills and cultivate positive attitudes.

Talent Development

Man is not born with talent because talent is a process. We provide a myriad of activities and opportunities for students to discover and develop their talents, especially in the areas of music, kinaesthesia, multiple languages, creativity and numeracy. Apart from skill-building, this helps children become active learners, well-rounded and engaged individuals, and contributes to the success of their academic achievements later on.

Application of neuro- genetic findings

"Walk upstairs, open the door gently and look in the crib. What do you see? Most of us see a picture of innocence and helplessness, a clean slate. But in fact what we see in the crib is the greatest mind that has ever existed, the most powerful learning machine in the universe."

"Scientist in the Crib", Alison Gopnik

For the 17th century philosopher John Locke, the minds of babies were "tabula rasa" or "blank slates". New neuro-scientific research refutes this traditional belief about children.

Children are born with nine windows of learning through which their brains absorb and assimilate information. There is a critical period to develop each 'window of learning'.


We believe in establishing a close partnership with parents. A well-structured parental participation programme supports the school, strengthens families and enhances student achievement and success.

The Parent Advisory Committee provides an opportunity for Indus parents to share their ideas and concerns, provide ongoing communication between parents and the management, and collaborate on school initiatives.


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