Pre Primary Level
Our focus is to make the transition between secure home environment and formal schooling interesting, smooth and stress-free for the children. Emphasis is on translating learning can be fun into factual reality, thereby nurturing the child’s imagination, creativity and power of expression. The curriculum is child-centric, with due stress on developing basic language skills, phonetic knowledge, conversation ability and activities that are planned according to the needs and abilities of the children. Concrete material and audio-visual aids are used to enhance conceptual understanding with the aim of developing the overall personality of each child.
I to V
The school follows the system of comprehensive and continuous assessment right from Class -I onwards with the basic objective of empowering the students with not only accumulating the conceptual understanding but also to use their acquired knowledge in day- today life.
The important aim at this level is on learning of basics and forming a sound foundation which will enable the child to study more complex topics and problems easily. Emphasis is on developing scientific aptitude of children, making them environment friendly and more aware of their surroundings. This will empower their problem solving techniques and equip them to use and apply languages effectively.
VI to VIII
The course of studies are based on CBSE guidelines following the CCE scheme, offering formal education in subjects like English, Hindi, Maths, Science, Social Studies, Computer and third language (Sanskrit) as per CBSE regulations:
From Class VI to VIII, students are required to compulsorily study 3 languages namely: English, Hindi and Sanskrit .
IX & XII
The Continuous and Comprehensive Scheme (CCE- explained on pg-13) as devised by the CBSE for Class IX & X, aims at holistic assessment of the students. This includes evaluation of a learner in both Scholastic and Co-Scholastic areas (like… Life Skills, Attitude & Values, Sports & Games and other Co-Curricular activities) spread over two terms during an academic year. Each term consists of two Formative Assessments and one Summative Assessment encompassing variety of activities in each subject.