Magical learning begins with a unique curriculum !

LBN Curriculum follows an educational approach that emphasizes creativity, critical thinking, and hands-on learning. We encourage students to explore their interests, express themselves through the arts, and find innovative solutions to problems. The goal of a creative curriculum is to develop well-rounded, confident and with the magic dust of appreciation, we are building imaginative learners who are prepared of meet the challenges of the 21st century.

Pre Primary

The first eight years of a child’s life are a period of tremendous growth and development. Things learned during this period are imprinted on a child’s mind and set his/her mindset. Thus, it is very imperative to utilize this period to its full potential for optimum development.

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News letter.


Primary education lays the foundation for futurelearning and development. From learning basic skills such as literacy and numeracy to learning social skills like cooperation, communication, and empathy, primary education sets the tone for a child’s learning behaviour.

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This is an important stage in a student’s academic journey. It builds upon the foundations laid in primary education and prepares students for further education. During this stage, students develop more advanced skills in areas such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication and become mature, responsible and independent individuals.

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News letter.


Senior school education is a crucial stage in a student’s life as they transition into adulthood. Students have the opportunity to choose from a wide range of subjects, including advanced math, science, and humanities courses, as well as practical subjects such as business and technology. It provides students with the opportunity to delve deeper into subjects they are passionate about and to develop a range of skills and knowledge that will build their careers.

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News letter.