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Welcome to Wockhardt Global School: A Guide for New Parents

Embarking on the educational journey with WGS marks the beginning of an enriching experience for both students and parents. This page is dedicated to providing valuable information and support for parents and guardians navigating the Wockhardt Global School community.

Understanding the Essence of IB Education:

Wockhardt Global School embraces the International Baccalaureate (IB) philosophy, where students are nurtured to embody key attributes such as inquisitiveness, knowledgeability, critical thinking, effective communication, principled behavior, open-mindedness, empathy, risk-taking, balance, and reflection. These qualities extend beyond academic success, emphasizing holistic development. To delve deeper into the IB education philosophy, click here.

Connecting with Your IB Coordinator:

As you plan your visit to the WGS campus, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with your school’s IB program coordinator or head of the program. These dedicated professionals are readily available to address your queries regarding the distinctive characteristics of IB programs. For contact details, click here.

Insights into Assessments and Results:

In the Diploma Programme (DP, for ages 16+) and Middle-Years Programme (MYP, for ages 11 to 16), the International Baccalaureate administers examinations that provide students with the opportunity to showcase not only what they’ve learned but also how they can apply this knowledge effectively.

At Wockhardt Global School, we value the partnership with parents and guardians in fostering a supportive and thriving educational community. If you have any additional questions or need further assistance, please feel free to reach out to us.

Primary Years Programme
(ages 3-12) 

Primary Years Programme (PYP) students are encouraged to be active, caring, lifelong learners with personal, positive attributes and the capacity to take responsible action.
PYP for parents
Middle Years Programme
(ages 11-16)

With great care given to social and emotional wellbeing, students in the Middle Years Programme (MYP) are encouraged to become creative, critical and reflective thinkers prepared for further studies.
MYP for parents
Diploma Programme
(ages 16-19)

In preparation for university and beyond, students in the Diploma Programme (DP) develop a breadth and depth of knowledge needed to flourish as creative problem-solvers and lifelong independent thinkers.
DP for parents
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