Our Process

At Ekya, we prepare students for future challenges and equip them with the skills and knowledge to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Within the dynamic tapestry of Ekya's learning environment, Learn, Think, Do— serves as guiding principles that shape the educational experience for students, educators, and parents alike.


Ekya is a community of children, educators and parents where everyone learns together.


At Ekya, thinking involves two important components: connect and enquire. By connecting with each other and the world around them, students gain a deeper understanding of complex issues. Enquiring allows students to ask important questions and challenge assumptions. Consequently, our learners think independently, explore new ideas, and develop their unique perspectives.


At Ekya, the key aspects of our approach are to create, care, collaborate, and communicate. These skills encourage students to be creative and innovative problem solvers, to care for themselves and others, to work collaboratively towards common goals, and to communicate effectively.

Our Programs

At Ekya Schools, HOW students learn is as important as WHAT they learn. The primary purpose of assessment is to provide students with varied learning experiences using various approaches. This way, learning can be measured, and a holistic understanding of where a child is and where they are headed is gained.

Purpose of Assessment:

The assessments provide opportunities for learners to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of conceptual knowledge
  • Develop attitudes and skills
  • Improve their learning

Pattern of Assessment:

At Ekya Schools, we follow a pattern of assessment that evaluates content, skills and understanding in multiple ways.

  • Performance tasks and Observation-based assessments (For Early Years)
  • Ongoing, ungraded assignments & reflection: This includes tasks like reflection, revision, and application ofconcepts.
  • Graded assessments for Official reporting:
    • External - CBSE/ICSE/IGCSEBoard-related examinations
    • Common- Reviews and Term-end examinations
    • Unit-Based Assessments
    • Student Portfolio

An assessment could be individual or group work or an authentic task. Authentic tasks provide students with opportunities to transfer their learning and solve real-world problems. All assessments focus on the application of learning rather than a simple reproduction of facts. At Ekya, all our students attempt a variety of authentic tasks throughout the year.

Examples of Assessment:


At Ekya Schools, we prioritise the way students learn, not just what they learn. Our assessments focus on providing varied learning experiences to measure and understand students' progress holistically. We use different approaches, including performance tasks, observation-based assessments, and ongoing assignments to assess conceptual knowledge, attitudes, and skills.

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