Nurturing love for learning.


Curated curriculum for active learning

The academic syllabus is aligned with Cambridge learning practices, Cambridge-endorsed resources, and well-researched and experience-based practices developed in-house for fruitful learning. Cambridge programmes and qualifications set the global standard for international education. They are created by subject experts, rooted in academic rigour and reflect the latest educational research.

Cambridge Primary and Lower Secondary Curriculum

A wide range of academic subjects – from language to life skills – are offered along with co-curriculum subjects, such as music, drama, dance, and more, at the primary level to explore various subject areas and build a strong foundation for the future.

Languages offered are English, Hindi, Marathi, and German.

Maths: Collins maths, along with Math genie

Science: Cambridge Science and early engineering activities include various experiments and learning by making models based on different science concepts.

Social Science: CBSE syllabus for SSt from grades 3 to 5

IT: weekly theory and practical classes 

Life skills and GP: Grade 2 -8

GK: IGKO (Grade 1 to 4)

Cambridge Upper Secondary - IGCSE Curriculum

The IGCSE curriculum framework supports learners in developing their understanding of the natural and practical world. It promotes a learner-led, enquiry-based approach.
Cambridge IGCSE helps improve performance by developing creative thinking, enquiry, and problem-solving skills.

Cambridge IGCSE develops learner knowledge, understanding, and skills in:

    • Subject content
    • Applying knowledge and understanding to new as well as familiar situations
    • Intellectual enquiry
    • Flexibility and responsiveness to change
    • Working and communicating in English
    • Influencing outcomes
    • Cultural awareness.

Learners have regular assessments to prepare and appear for IGCSE exams.

The assessment structure assesses learner performance and reports progress to students and parents. The report card attributes give an immersive and exhaustive progress report of the learner.

    • Our well-defined curriculum helps learners develop the skills they need to succeed – communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
    • We seamlessly integrate Cambridge-endorsed resources with our own research-driven practices to create a comprehensive educational experience.
    • With an emphasis on hands-on, we bring exploratory learning that fosters creativity and practical knowledge.
    • Our classrooms promote lively discussions, group work, and collaborative projects.
    • We offer a diverse range of academic and co-curricular subjects, establishing a solid foundation for the future.
    • Reading books has been exclusively practised in school and post school hours. We have a library in bags, on the shelf, on wheels, and a Library in the nest. Apart from the library bags, the others are kept in school and in the school premises. Library bag consists of 4 varieties of books- English fiction and non-fiction, maths, science, and general knowledge related

Learners become more involved in the learning process and gain confidence in what they are expected to learn and to what standard. Each term, students further develop these competencies while they learn to succeed through the levels of their education and on into the world of work for the 21st century.

The Cambridge wing focuses on the learners’ development, caters to curiosity and passion, and nurtures their imagination. The teachers inculcate a love for learning through diverse, innovative approaches.

CBSE with Colours DNA

At the heart of Colours Innovation Academy, the focus is on exploratory-based learning and more hands-on for better learning. We are dedicated to providing exceptional education by offering both the esteemed Cambridge and CBSE curriculam. Our approach ensures a rewarding learning journey for your child.

Global Perspective & Lifeskills

Building Empathetic Global Citizens

At Colours Innovative Academy, we encourage students to participate in group activities and emerge as leaders. These activities help students explore different perspectives at national and global levels. We organise storytelling workshops to empower students with storytelling abilities. They learn about types of genres in story writing. Structure and language features of story writing. The storytelling workshops strengthen the knowledge of the students about the story. 

The subject/s provides an opportunity for learners to research, analyse and evaluate a variety of topics from various fields. Also, learners can explore the strengths and issues relating to the topics. The overall learning process is building the Global Citizens. The facilitator’s task is to provide students with plenty of possibilities and opportunities to uplift world citizens.


Stimulating Diverse skills

Colours Innovation Academy offers a wide range of workshops that sharpen learning skills and life skills. It helps in stimulating imagination, innovation and practical learning experience. Learners demonstrate their cognitive learning skills with guided and equipped teachers.


Early engineering and electronics: Early engineering and electronics has a well-defined curriculum, grade 1 onwards, where the learners use Early engineering kits to construct simple to complex machines. As the level progresses, the learners use the electronic kits to make various devices like smart trash-bin, solar power chargers, windmill and various IOT devices using Arduino.  A yearly exhibition is held for the young engineers to display and explain their innovative products.
Orator creator Talk show: Learners are prepared by a mentor to speak onstage. They are trained to construct their speech to make it impactful; tone, pauses and voice modulation are mastered under this workshop.
Farming and gardening workshop: Learners experience plotting of land area, sowing seeds, types of soil, suitable soil for various crops, and watering the pots daily.


Healthy Mind, Empowered Learning

When children are actively involved on the ground daily, they have large lungs and heart size. Their muscles are well developed, and stamina is built. Each child should be physically superb! As it is rightly said, a Strong body builds a strong mind. 


List of sports conducted at CIA 

Below is the list of sports compulsory for all at the CIA. Dance, Chess, and Taekwondo are given regularly as once a week. Two rounds of running are done daily as a warm-up.


Learning without boundaries

Driven by the culture of constant innovation, we offer early education through a wide range of activities and educational programs in a warm and welcoming environment. Our range of co-curriculum activities includes –

Innovation Meets Education

We are an independent, non-traditional school dedicated to nurturing the skills of the next generation of young innovators. At our institution, learners are encouraged to think outside the box and develop their unique talents.

Building Character, Fostering Confidence

We understand that the future belongs to those who can adapt, think critically, and innovate. Therefore, we strive to create an environment that fosters creativity, problem-solving, and entrepreneurial thinking.

Architecture Day

Several architects visited our school premises on World Architecture Day. Children experienced various activities such as sculpting, live sketching, painting, memory drawing, crafts, calligraphy, wall art, experimenting with the geodesic dome, celebrating traditional dance, and celebrating art through music and paintings.
Parents connected with the school and took sessions on Presentation skills, Working of car/ scooter, and computer hardware.

Colours Care - NGO Initiatives

Life is valuable, and that can be experienced when we serve others to make their life a little better and more beautiful. Children are given certificates beforehand, and they must complete the task and take signatures from the person they served. Teaching, planting, cleaning, creating community libraries, Collecting valuable items and donating, serving grandparents/family( charity begins at home), cooking and serving the needy, distributing water or buttermilk, and electronics club for an orphanage were the tasks given to children.

Essay writing competition

connected with TCS: Learners participate in the essay competition. The organisation provides a topic, learners do their research and come prepared for the competition.

Annual Concert

Every alternative year CIA celebrates the Annual Concert. The event is theme-based. All the dramas, dances, and music performances revolve around the theme.

Art appreciation

Learners are allotted various art, i.e. paintings, sculptures, and murals. They research well the art allocated, for example- the artist, the background, the detailing of the art, and the strokes/structures/moulds. Learners present their perception of the art, maintaining its positive aspect. 100% participation is mandatory. Children use various methods to present, like- charts, models or PPTs.

Wax museum

Learners are allotted one influential personality each. Learners read about the personality in-depth and imagine the person- the way of talking, dressing, humour, gestures, etc. On the event day, the learners stand at their station and perform as the audience attend their stations.

Sports Week

Every alternative year, the CIA celebrates the Annual sports event. The event is theme-based. Several indoor/outdoor games are held during the sports week. Games are both individual as well as team sports. The semi-finals and finals are conducted for certain sports during this time, along with various demonstrations of gymnastics, parades, and martial arts.


Annually, the CIA holds two debate competitions. It is conducted as an inter-house competition. Teams and groups are defined within the houses by the facilitators. Environmental, political.

Biography writing

Lower secondary and Upper secondary learners are inspired to do in-depth research about a prominent personality. Proper biography writing features are followed during the process.

Career Week

All festivals are celebrated at the school, such as World Photography Day, Hindi Diwas, Holi celebration and Independence Day, Palki celebration with sarpanch, Raksha Bandhan, Janmashtami etc.


All festivals are celebrated at the school, such as World Photography Day, Hindi Diwas, Holi celebration and Independence Day, Palki celebration with sarpanch, Raksha Bandhan, Janmashtami etc.

“Dedicated to Building a Joyful Beginning in Education”

frequently Asked Quentions

Clear your queries

What is the difference between Colours CBSE and Cambridge School?

CBSE and IGCSE both will adhere to NEP guidelines. CBSE will utilise resources such as NCERT or other CBSE books. IGCSE will utilise Cambridge-endorsed books as primary instructional resources.

What is the difference between Colours CBSE and Cambridge School exam conduct?

The examination papers for CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) will be sourced from the CBSE itself. In contrast, the examination papers will be received directly from the United Kingdom for IGCSE.

How does CIA integrate the Cambridge curriculum into its educational offerings?

Our curriculum includes Cambridge Primary (Grades 1 to 5), Lower Secondary (Grades 6 to 8) and Cambridge IGCSE curriculum (Grades 9 and 10). This curriculum focuses on nurturing a love for learning and developing research skills from an early age through a learner-led, inquiry-based approach. We offer a diverse range of academic and co-curricular subjects to establish a strong foundation for lifelong learning. Our co-curricular subjects include Music, Drama, Chess, Drawing, Dance, Gymnastics, Basketball, football, and martial arts. Our curriculum focuses on developing creative thinking, enquiry, and problem-solving skills. We follow the Assessment for Learning (AfL) approach to generate feedback that helps improve learners’ performance and actively involve students in the learning process.

What is the role of the CBSE curriculum in shaping the academic experience at Colours Innovation Academy?

The CBSE curriculum plays a central role in shaping the academic experience at Colours Innovation Academy. This curriculum is nationally recognized and ensures that our students are well-prepared for competitive national-level exams, offering a strong foundation for their future academic pursuits. In addition to rigorous academic content, we enrich the CBSE curriculum with co-curricular activities and life skills programs. This includes leadership and storytelling workshops, practical experiences in fields like early engineering, electronics, and more. Our goal is to provide a holistic development experience, ensuring that students not only excel academically but also acquire essential life skills and a broader understanding of the world around them.

Which Board is the school affiliated with?

We are pleased to announce Colours Innovation Academy has received approval as a Cambridge International School.

School Number: IA338

What happens after the 10th?

At Colours School, the educational program includes IGCSE for 10th-grade learners. According to the Cambridge Board curriculum, we will offer 11th and 12th grades, known as AS and A levels. At Colours School, we are introducing the CBSE Board starting in the year 2024, and our plan includes introducing 10th, 11th, and 12th as well.

What are the timings?

Arrival time is 7.45 am, School starts at 8 am, and dispersal is at 2.30 pm.