At Campus K, we believe that each child is unique and learns in their own distinct way. We are inspired by the guiding philosophy of ‘Personalised Learning’ for future leaders.

We do it through Personalised Learning Plans (PLP) which aims at understanding the child, setting goals and tracking their progress through observations and assessments.

These Personalised Learning Plans (PLP) offered at Campus K is a comprehensive child-centric academic programme designed by experienced educators, child psychologists and School leaders to empower the child. The fundamentals of Personalised Learning Plans (PLP) –

Celebrates every child

Lets learners discover their strength & passion

Imparts leadership skills

Encourages learning at their own pace

Supports different learning styles


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According to theory of Multiple Intelligence, each child has a unique learning curve. PLP helps identify each child’s passion and enables us to leverage on their strengths and work on their weaknesses to ensure a required degree of mastery in each concept. This brings out the best in each and every child .

Our teachers or facilitators have the time to meet with learners on a one-on-one basis and chart out personalised content to suit their interests. The facilitators also personalise strategies by understanding each child from a social and emotional context to accelerate each child’s learning, thereby helping them unleash their full potential in their unique area of interest.

Personalised Learning Plans are implemented across forty-eight skills in the following seven domains –



Scientific Thinking


Artistic Expression

Social & Emotional Development

Physical Development

PLP Implementation

Understanding the child

Understanding the Child Every learner is unique and has different needs. The learner’s proficiency in different skills is determined through a baseline test and interaction with facilitators. The progress is constantly updated and analysed to arrive at an overview of the learner’s strengths and passion.

Goal Setting

Goal Setting Based on the initial understanding of the learner, yearly goals are set for different skills, which are then converted to actionable bi-weekly goals and tasks. These tasks are implemented through one-to-one sessions, customised learning experiences and recommendations to parents. This approach enables the learner, facilitator and parent to synchronise their efforts in a way that offers invaluable benefits to the learner.

Observation & Assessment

Observation and Assessment The observation inventory and assessments provided through the PLP program ensures that the facilitators accurately determine the learner’s progress across every segment. Various remedial measures are then recommended to encourage, motivate or advance the learner’s skill levels.