The Star Global School, Rohtak will be starting the Maple Bear Canadian Early System from the Academic Year 2021-22. For 2021-22, the first year, we will take new admissions in Maple Bear for Nursery, LKG & UKG. Admissions in other classes from class 1st to class 8th will be CBSE Pattern. The following years, One Maple Bear Elementary class every year up to Grade 5 will be added and be part of the Maple Bear programme.
Maple Bear is part of one of the fastest-growing international educational brands with 531 schools in 24 countries, Maple Bear South Asia brings the very best of globally reckoned Canadian early childhood and elementary school practices to India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. We offer Preschool, Elementary, and Infant Care programs, delivered in a safe, secure, and stimulating environment that instills in students a passion for lifelong learning.
Today, more than 41000 students in Maple Bear schools across the Globe (130 + schools in South Asia) are benefitting from the methodology and curriculum developed by our Canadian faculty of expert educators, and this number is steadily growing.
Maple Bear South Asia is a joint venture between Maple Bear Global Schools Ltd, Canada and Modi Edutech (Modi Group).
Maple Bear Canadian Schools are a Canadian education system born out of the need for high quality, bilingual Canadian education from emerging middle-class parents, many of whom had studied outside of their own countries in general and in Canada in particular. Maple Bear is based on a Canadian model of immersion & bilingual education where English is used as a natural medium of communication for a large part of each day. The Canadian program only uses teaching methodologies that are proven effective and focuses on implementation.
Maple Bear prepares its children for a high academic and professional performance for a successful life ahead through experiential learning, MB encourages critical thinking, problem-solving, decision making, and creativity & Classrooms that are spacious, stimulating, organized, and full of resources that encourage learning.
All instruction in the Maple Bear Preschool follows educational principles which have made Canadian practice so successful:
Outcomes are defined: Learning is targeted to achieve very specific learning outcomes. It is clear what the children need to learn.
Canadian performance standards are applied: Canadian performance standards determine the learning outcomes. Maple Bear students are expected to achieve performance levels similar to Canadians.
Curriculum development for English-language subjects is done in Canada by Canadian experts.
Canadian style teaching strategies are implemented: Canadian teaching strategies encourage student independence, strong literacy skills, higher level thinking and problem solving.
A sophisticated set of learning resources are used: Learning resources include books, manipulative materials, visual materials, electronic media, and computer technology.
Assessment of student learning is based on Canadian standards. In all cases, Canadian programming exceeds the requirements of local elementary education authorities in each country.
The Maple Bear Education System brings Canada’s track record of excellence in education with band width to aid the best quality assurance in childcare and early learning. Part of the Modi Group in South Asia, we offer Pre-School, Elementary, and Day care facilities for urban parents and corporates.
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The idea to develop Maple Bear Canadian schools grew out of the work of the Canadian Education Centre Network (CECN), a non-profit organization supported by the Government of Canada and the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada which was mandated to market Canadian education abroad to attract foreign students to study in Canada.
The first Maple Bear Canadian School to open was in Indirapuram (New Delhi), India in 2005.
In 2007, Maple Bear became a privately owned company with a dozen schools operating in Korea, Brazil, and India. Those numbers quickly changed as news of the excellence of Canadian immersion and bilingual education spread, especially among parents who could see the positive outcomes in language, learning, and behavior of their children.
Head of Senior School