Address: Aamby Valley City , Post- Ambavane, Pune - 410401
Locality: Mulshi (Find more Mulshi schools)
Phone: +91-20-39102500 +91-20-39102507
ISA is a co-educational boarding school that caters to students aged between 8 and 18. Our aim is to provide a friendly and caring international community, which values a holistic approach to education.
The programme at ISA allows every child to be known as an individual, and to be encouraged and challenged accordingly. At the center of the School’s philosophy is the desire – necessity, even – to understand the needs of each child. While we have high academic and behavioral expectations, we believe every child can succeed, and class sizes and talented teachers at ISA encourage the students to grow and develop to their full potential.
Principal: Neil Mc Burney
- PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Within Standards 3 – 8, Physical Education is a core subject, with 2 lessons timetabled each week.
Within Standards 9 and 10, students may opt to study Physical Education as an IGCSE subject. This is a two year course focusing on both the practical and theoretical components of physical education.
Currently the IBDP are piloting a new physical education course called Sports Science. Once this is fully operational we plan to teach this in Standards 11 and 12
•Weight training and fitness
•Football (see Academies)
STANDARDS 3 To 6
Students entering Primary School (Standards 3 to 6) may be asked to sit a diagnostic test in English.
STANDARDS 7 To 12
Students entering Middle School (Standards 7 to 11) or Senior School (Standards 11 to 12) will normally be required to undertake an entrance examination in both English and Mathematics. Entrance examinations are held prior to admission. Placements are confirmed only after an assessment of the student's latest school reports and the result of an entrance examination if required. Please note that all students are required to attend an interview with the Principal before confirmation of a place in the school.
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ISA has seen it's glorius years before. It's infrastructure is amazing. But since a year now, the school has been facing serious problems as far as teachers are concerned. A whole bunch of cream teaching staff has been sacked because of cost cutting. Primary & mid school kids are suffering because of this. Food quality has fallen down. The school is running since a few months without any principal. My advice to you is...all that glitters is not gold. Don't be fooled by it's ambience. The school just bears the Aamby brand name. For a whole lot of money that you shell out annually, it's not worth keeping your child in ISA. How do I know? My daughter studies in mid school there and we're really concerend about her future in this school along with a whole lot of other parents.
A well wisher.