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We are committed to providing high-quality teaching, developing intellectually curious, self-motivated, enthusiastic young women with an endearing love of learning. The school has an international outlook, with girls learning from each other in an atmosphere of mutual respect.

The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) board as well as Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE).

The teaching methodology incorporates a student-centered learning system. While English is the medium of instruction, students opt a foreign language as a third language.

The academic programme at Unison World School consists of a challenging curriculum that meets the students’ needs at different levels of learning. Small classes with a teacher-student ratio of 1:8 promote individual attention from faculty which directly impacts students’ progress.

Academic Structure

  • Lower School - Grades VI to VIII
  • Upper School - Grades IX and X
  • Senior School - Grades XI and XII.


The teaching-learning pedagogy used in the classrooms is IT enabled. The campus is Wi-fi enabled and all classrooms are equipped with Smart boards to enhance learning through digital resources. The School has excellent laboratory facilities for Sciences: Physics, Chemistry, Biology and extensive Mac Labs for Computer Studies to experiment and bring to practice what the girls learn in theory. The Language and Social Science Labs are equipped with teaching aids to provide hands-on experience in the respective subjects.

The School Library is at the heart of the teaching area and offers both research using reference books and internet facilities for independent study. It provides a quiet place for the enjoyment of reading and all titles are continually updated with newly published books.

The School provides for all modern multi-activity facilities in the form of a Multi-purpose Auditorium, Seminar and Conference Rooms, an Amphitheater, 3D Laboratory, an Audio Visual and a Video Conferencing room. These facilities are equipped with latest technology for conducting workshops, guest lectures, seminars, presentations and other academic and extra-curricular activities.


The curriculum aims to provide a holistic and broad-based education, taking into its ambit all aspects of child behaviour, so as to equip them to meet the challenges in life and to develop their potential for lifelong learning.

Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, (CISCE) Curriculum:

With its affiliation to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, the School prepares students for the ICSE in the Secondary School and ISC Examination in the Higher Secondary School. The Board and the curriculum framework provides a platform for diversity of intelligence and multiple avenues to focus on the students’ potential.


CISCE Curriculum
Subjects Classes VI to VIII Classes IX to X
Compulsory English English
Hindi Hindi
Mathematics Mathematics
Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
Social Studies (History, Geography, Civics) Social Studies (History, Geography, Civics)
Computer Application Computer Science / Economic Applications / Art
Elective French / German / Spanish -
Graded GK French / German / Spanish
Physical Education Physical Education
Performing Arts Performing Arts
Fine Arts Fine Arts
CISCE Curriculum
Classes XI to XII
Subjects Science Commerce Humanities
Compulsory English English English
Physics Accounts Political Science
Chemistry Economics Economics
Maths/ Biology Commerce History
(choose any one)
Biology / Computer Applications / Art / Psychology / Physical Education / Hindi Maths / Business Studies / Computer Applications / Art / Physical Education / Hindi Maths / Geography / Computer Applications / Art / Physical Education / Hindi / Psychology
Graded French / German / Spanish French / German / Spanish French / German / Spanish
Performing Arts Performing Arts Performing Arts
Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts

Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, (CISCE) Assessment:

Assessment at UWS is both Formative and Summative. Formative Assessment includes open ended questions, informal questions, homework, class assignments, work sheets, day to day activities, presentations, projects and laboratory work.

Summative Assessment or Assessment of Learning is a part of evaluation under reporting and includes Unit Tests/First Assessment and Progression Examinations at the end of each term namely Half Yearly Examinations/Second Assessment, Pre-Boards/Mock Examinations and Annual/Final Assessment. Classes IX to XII are the board classes in the CISCE curriculum.

Cambridge Assessment International Educations (CAIE) Curriculum:

The Cambridge International Curriculum sets a global standard for education. In order to provide greater flexibility and choice for students, the School offers the Cambridge Assessment International Educations (CAIE) curriculum. Being accredited by CAIE for the past ten years, UWS endeavours to prepare students for life by enabling them to develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning.

It is a two-year curriculum, in which the students are exposed to learner-centric and enquiry-based approaches to learning. Through this they develop skills in critical thinking and problem solving.

Cambridge International A Level is typically a two-year course for Grades XI and XII. IGCSE and A Levels are the board classes. Our international qualifications are recognized by the world’s best universities and employers, giving students a wide range of options in their education and career.

CAIE Curriculum
Subjects IGCSE A/AS Levels
Compulsory English as a Second Language/ First Language English English Language/English General Paper
Literature in English
Elective Physics/Chemistry/Biology/ Environmental Management/ Computer Science/History/ Geography/ Economics/ Accounting/Business Studies/ Physical Education/Art & Design/ (choose any six) Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Mathematics/ Psychology/Business/Accounting/Economics/ Art & Design/Psychology/Modern Foreign Language (French/German/Spanish)/ Computer Science/ Physical Education/History (choose minimum 3, maximum 4 major A Level Subjects)
Graded Performing Arts
Fine Arts
Performing Arts
Fine Arts

Cambridge Assessment International Educations (CAIE) Assessment:

CAIE Assessments are held biannually. However, at UWS, assessments are conducted in the March session. The summative assessment of learning, strongly influence what happens in the classroom. Therefore, the CAIE uses a flexible assessment structure, allowing a ‘linear’ approach (all exams at the end of the course for Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International A Level) or a ‘staged’ approach (with some Cambridge International AS Level exams halfway through a two-year course).