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Genesis Global School

Genesis Global School

A1 & A12, Sector 132, Noida Expressway, Uttar Pradesh, 201304, India

+91 9711 000626



Genesis Global School
School type Co-educational Day & Boarding
Status Private
Principal IB Dr. Tassos Anastasiades
Language of Instruction English
Co-ed Age Range 2 years 6 months-18 years
Authorised IB Programmes IBDP, IBMYP, IBPYP
Diploma Coordinator Rajeev Pargaien
MYP Coordinator Dahlia Atabani
PYP Coordinator Monika Kala
Associations IB

Situated in Noida, a satellite city of Delhi, Genesis Global School is part of the National Capital Region (Delhi NCR). The School is spread over a 30-acre campus, with efficient connectivity via an Expressway. It is an hour's drive from Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi and around 25 minutes' drive from cosmopolitan South Delhi. Genesis Global School has become a hub of national and international educational excellence, where every child is important and accepted for who they are. At GGS we ensure that our students have exposure to the best in current global practices, provide them with a truly holistic environment where modern facilities and high-quality teaching and learning practices allow our school ideals to be developed. Our school ideals depicted in the School logo - the hexagon are: Focus on Internationalism, Care for the Environment, Service to Society, Democracy, Leadership and the Spirit of Adventure. These six pillars support our vision of Dream. Inspire. Act - a powerful phrase that encapsulates a motivational and transformative approach to life and education. A GGS education allows students to achieve their potential and take their place in the world. We continuously strive to develop and improve our curriculum to meet the needs of all learners in an ever-changing world both inside and outside the classroom. As an IB World School and a member of the Council of International Schools (CIS) GGS is also part of a community working collaboratively to shape international education. We are committed to incorporating international and intercultural perspectives into our programmes so that students can move forward with the attitudes, knowledge and understanding that will provide them with a solid base wherever their studies or work may take them.

Primary Years Programme (PYP)

The driving force behind the IB Primary Years Programme is a deeply held philosophy about the nature of International Education; to meet the diverse needs of students' physical, social, emotional, intellectual, aesthetic and cultural needs through a rich curriculum. The Primary Years Programme (PYP) approaches learning and teaching through inquiry and play. The learning process is engaging, relevant, challenging and significant, while students delve into explorations driven by their innate curiosity whilst making connections to the world around them. Investigative learning is central to the programme and is a critical element in developing how students view their world both locally and globally.

There is a focus on the pedagogy of play through the primary years as we recognise that young children explore their environment and make sense of the world through play. Powerful provocations though sensory, creative, dramatic and social play are an important part of the PYP curriculum at GGS.

Emotional and social well-being of children is an important area and we have an emotional learning curriculum which helps students understand their emotions and empowers them with strategies to express and harness leading to emotional stability and security. The mentor program provides opportunities to form strong bonds with their peers and teachers and enhances social and emotional development.

The PYP also focuses on students developing key skills, which are essential in the 21st century - communication, research, thinking and social and self-management skills. This method is experiential, allowing the students to arrive at an understanding through real-life experiences. Inquiries are carefully planned by teachers across levels to provide a complete and coherent curriculum that is of global significance and that also provides an awareness of the local and global context. It creates sensitivity towards the diversity in our world and sustaining the resources of our planet to create a better and more peaceful world. All students from ages 2 years 6 months - 11 years are engaged in the Programme of Inquiry and various subjects are taken through the programme. Each of these trans-disciplinary subjects lead to deepening curiosity and helping students make connections with the real world.

Middle Years Programme (MYP)

The Middle Year Programme is designed for students ages 11 to 16 (grades 6 to 10) following core principles of an IB education and serving as a concept-driven educational framework. The constructive approach towards teaching and learning through inquiry, action, and reflection empowers our learners to develop their own perspectives prompting self-directed, independent learning. The inquiry-based teaching approach which relies on prior knowledge and secures the scaffolding of new learning helps to build student curiosity. This is further enhanced through careful curriculum design and exposure to relevant, challenging, real-world scenarios rooted in global contexts.

Genesis particularly prides itself on a heightened attention to Approaches to Learning. Through the ATL skills framework, students are equipped with 21st-century skills such as critical and creative thinking, research, communication, self-management, and many more, aiding our learners in facing familiar and unfamiliar situations. This also helps the students and teachers to respond to individual learning needs making the programme inclusive. A well-developed student support team helps to reach a student's potential through multiple strategies of teaching and learning. We give students the opportunity to find the area they are strongest in and to grow in it. The teaching and learning approaches ensure that the learners explore and understand what they are learning, how they are learning, and most importantly, why they are learning. With a solid service programme which is a core action component, our learners become principled, open-minded, and caring members of the community. Their responsible action gives us hope for a better and more empathetic world.

Diploma Programme (DP)

At Genesis Global School, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP) stands as a hallmark of prestigious two-year pre-university education, globally recognized for its excellence. Tailored with utmost care, the program is a comprehensive journey that nurtures both the academic and personal development of our students. Focused on fostering critical thinking, intercultural awareness, and instilling a robust work ethic, the IB DP is a testament to our commitment to providing a world-class education.

At the heart of the IB DP lie three crucial components: Theory of Knowledge (TOK), Extended Essay (EE), and Creativity, Activity, and Service (CAS). In the vibrant environment of Genesis, students engage in independent research, hone critical thinking skills, and actively contribute to their communities. Our diverse range of subjects, spanning languages, individuals and societies, sciences, mathematics, and the arts, is delivered through an inquiry-based, interdisciplinary approach, ensuring a broad knowledge base. Genesis maintains a focus on academic rigor while nurturing well-rounded individuals with a global perspective.

One distinctive feature of the IB DP at Genesis is its unwavering commitment to preparing students for both higher education and future careers. Recognized and highly regarded by prestigious universities worldwide, IB students often receive preferential treatment, including advanced standing and academic credit. Our dedicated University Cell guides Genesis students through the entire admission process, providing continuous support until they successfully secure placements or receive acceptance. The outstanding track record of Genesis students in various universities across the globe reflects our commitment to shaping future leaders.