Updates: Admissions are Open for Academic Year 2023-2024.
Our students thrive in a healthy learning environment, which is why CWS has invested in a world-class educational arena with top-notch facilities that ensure the best. Our campus, facilities, and special rooms work only for the betterment of our students so they learn better.
Arts are considered to be a key part of holistic education, promoting imagination and creativity. Regular art classes are planned for students from Pre-primary to Grade Eight, after which students can choose to opt for the Arts for their Grade Ten examinations.
Our music room is well-equipped with multiple instruments, and all students from Grade Two onwards must learn at least one musical instrument every semester. We also offer guidance to those who wish to pursue a vocal and/or instrumental music career.
Designed for primary students, they explore core STEM concepts and link them to real-life phenomenons. It also fosters collaboration, creativity, communication and critical thinking. Through Lego, students tackle science, technology, engineering and mathematics in everyday life.
The library is equipped with a rich collection of educational materials and effective tools for learning and research, inviting students to become life-long learners. The library offers our learners newspapers and periodicals, as well as French and International language collections.
India is highly dependent on agriculture for her economic development. However, this important subject has largely been downplayed in the country’s formal education system. At CWS the farms are fondly known as I-Farm by our students where they plant, grow and harvest variety of vegetables, fruits and exotic vegetables. The produce from I-Farm is completely organic and is used for consumption by students in the form of food that they eat at school.
As a part of our program ‘One Child, One Tree’, each child plants a tree and takes care of the same during his/her tenure in the school. Students at the beginning of the secondary level begin to learn the basics of agriculture and subsequently the new agricultural technologies such as organic farming, Hydroculture, Fogponics and climate smart agricultural practices are introduced to them as they progress through higher secondary classes. They are equipped with skills on sustainable agriculture through hands-on activities in the schools’ demonstration gardens.