Community Work

The International Award for Young People, India programme is run by The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award International Association (IAA) based in London.

The International Award for Young People (IAYP) is one of the most adaptable and successful youth empowerment programme in the world. It identifies hard issues and challenges associated with youth.

In this, Homertonians can choose an array of activities that are appropriate to their environment and best suited to their own personal interests and talents. Through this award, youth can satisfactorily make use of their leisure time to acquire new skills, experience adventure and make new friends be it young or old.

Levels of the Award

The award offers three levels. An aspirant can enroll in anyone of the three levels of the award after meeting the age criterion as mentioned below-


Minimum age: 14 years

Minimum time commitment: 6 months


Minimum age: 15 years

Minimum time commitment: 12 months

For Bronze award holders: 6 months


Minimum age: 16 years
Minimum time commitment: 18 months
For Silver award holders: 12 months

For each level, participants to complete the requirements of each of the four different sections.

Programme Sections

There are four mandatory sections for Bronze, Silver and Gold levels of the award and Residential Project for Gold level of the award which students have to complete during their award journey. Each section has a specific purpose and objective to be met as given below.


To learn and be active in giving useful service to others.


To focus on the development of personal interest and practical skills.


To encourage participation in physical recreation activities, physical fitness and improvement of performance.


To experience the spirit of adventure and discovery whilst undertaking a journey in a group.

RESIDENTIAL PROJECT (Only for Gold level):

To enable participants to broaden their personal experiences through involvement with others in a residential setting.

Senior Years

Keeping in line with the trends today, students at this stage need to be mentally and physically ready to meet the high competition and high pressure conditions of today. Homerton prepares its children for this while adopting a student-mentor model of coaching. Faculty and Professional coaching are given top priority. Homerton is very proud of its achievement of attaining 100% passing results in both Xth and XIIth board examinations. Our students who have passed out from Homerton are now in one of the best companies in the world. MNCs like Nokia, Publicis, Reckitt Benckiser, L&T, Microsoft, Hindustan Levers… Many today are also successful entrepreneurs.

Primary-Middle School

Primary-Middle School

These years are best summarized as “Active Moulding”. Children at this stage are experiencing and understanding the world actively. At Homerton, we focus on the following

Reading, Writing and Numeracy Skills

Fundamental skills which will provide the foundation for all complexities and challenges in their journey of education.

Self Directed Learners

Spark in them an interest in learning and more importantly independent learners. They do not need constant supervision but are self- motivated led by their curiosity and enjoyment in learning.

Character Building

Our focus is to get students to participate in character building activities. This is primarily done by celebrating UNESCO calendar activities in school.

Personality Development

Children at this age need as many platforms as possible to express themselves. School actively aids children in this process of discovery.

Creativity and Imagination

Creativity and Imagination are central to our existence. All around us, in Nature, we are surrounded by examples of these two phenomenons. They are the basic building blocks for all human society innovation and development. These traits are equally valued by employers all around the world.


We see this as the process of unfurling of a flower, extremely delicate. So is the process of laying the foundation of a child.
This has been our motto towards taking care of various aspects of a child’s development. Our teaching methodology is a fine balance of Science and Human Values.

We do not believe in pressurising young minds. Teachers encourage learning by doing rather than ‘commit to memory’ approach. On your visit to Kindergarten section you will find fully air conditioned, equipped with latest Audio Visual teaching aids fun and learning filled environs of Homerton Kindergarten.

Computer Aided Learning

Information Communication Technologies (ICT) equipped Smart Classes in Homerton.

Homerton has gone to great lengths to inculcate Information Communication Technologies (ICT) so as to make the teaching process more interactive and comprehensive. Classrooms are equipped with computers & projectors and the management has devised a programme in which each lecture is backed with videos of their chapters. Online tutorials in internationally renowned Khan Academy are referred to by the students on a regular basis.

  • Personal Laptops and Tablets for teachers to conduct lessons.
  • Wi -Fi Campus.
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