The Curriculum designed, ensures an effective and cognitive education.
The students are given a strong foundation for their overall development through
project work, and various club activities. To ensure academic proficiency and offer
quality education, periodical tests are given as a preparation for their assessments. Parents are encouraged to discuss the progress of their wards with the respective teachers on the scheduled days. The curriculum is also flexible enough to provide, explore and encourage values and objectives of the school. The method of teaching
shall seek to incorporate the best pedagogical methods, striving to ignite and enthuse each student with the love for learning.
The curriculum of our school caters to a various range of individual
differences, intellects, capabilities and offers a plethora of prospects
to enjoy the educational experience through the incorporation of generic
skills, ideals and attitudes in key learning areas for the holistic growth
of the learners. Moral science / Value Education classes given for
Pre-primary: Ensuring the Best Start: LKG
The multidimensional approach enhances optimal child development and helps children grow as intellectual, confident and healthy individuals. The creative curriculum and specialized methods of teaching contribute to the children’s Cognitive and emotional development, Communication (talking and listening), Knowledge and understanding of the world, Creative and aesthetic development, Physical development, Mathematical awareness and development.
Pre-primary: Accompanying the Started: UKG
Teaching method at this level is very interactive which initiates life-long learning. Integrated learning takes place in and out of the classroom through problem solving, reading, language, mathematics, etc. Children plan their activities, take responsibilities for learning. There is a high scope for learning while children discuss what they did and how they liked doing it and what they learned from it. They are helped to differentiate between positive and negative behaviors. Children are rewarded for their good choices which boost their confidence.
Primary: Nurturing the Child’s Potential: Grades I- II
Students are emphasized on reading, writing and arithmetic skills. Exploration
and discovery is the method of teaching to help students learn conceptually.
Students are given ample opportunity to work together, discuss possible solutions,
and speculate about theories. They are encouraged to look at many possible ways
to solve a problem, rather than one solution. They make observations, ask questions
and share their ideas. The outcome is more learning, new ideas and curiosity satisfaction.
Primary: Nurturing the Child’s Growth: Grades III - V
Children learn about the values of learning at this age of self-discovery. Variety of teaching methods in classrooms are used to address the differing needs of students.
The students work alone, with partners, and in small and large groups. However,
they learn to explore the facts, how things work and why it happens, and they
develop the ability to think “if” and “then” questions. They are given opportunities to understand in a broader dimension to apply their knowledge to solve problems.
At the middle level, a stimulating curriculum, guidance and support in all aspects, combine to develop a sense of confidence and independence that equip our
students for life. It encourages an integrated approach to teaching-learning, so as to enable children to comprehend learning experiences as a unified whole, to help them see meaningful linkages within and across various subject areas. It is centralized to
children’s intellectual, social, emotional growth and all-round development.
High School: Fostering Life-Long Learners: Grades IX - X
At this level, the focus is on the individual where both excellence and progress
are celebrated. High School teaching is built upon the academic foundations that
were developed in the subjects taught during the middle school years. The
instructional program is amplified through practical opportunities for the
development of leadership, service and academic enrichment through student organizations, sports teams and project works. The project work supports and
extends the innate curiosity of the child and develops the attitudes and skills
necessary to gain an understanding of the world around.
By the end of their time at school, students will have achieved outstanding.
personal success and have developed a genuine love of learning. They will
continue their pursuit of education and excellence and will, above all else,
leave the institution with confidence and be prepared to play a vital role in the