School Affiliation No: 2132884
  • 21ST CENTURY CURRICULUM

    DEVELOPING THE INTEGRATED SKILLS AND CREATIVITY

Curriculum

SHOURYA SHARMA - II B

“My school keeps the students surrounded by new and innovative activities.”

PRE-PRIMARY

The pre-primary wing of the school comprises of classes Pre Nursery, Nursery and Prep and caters to the needs and demands of early childhood learning. Bearing in mind that at this age the foundation of a child's personality is laid and two third of his intellect is formed, we have created an environment and a system of teaching which is child friendly.

Children acquire social skills, are engaged in free-play, develop verbal ability and imbibe the skills and joy of creating things with their own hands.

The curriculum is open-ended and the focus is on experiential learning. Formal learning of the three Rs is introduced in Nursery. It finds a more prominent place in the Prep curriculum which includes recognition, reading and writing of the Hindi and English alphabet, small words and basic mathematical concepts.

Environmental studies is taught with project based activities and values education making students more adaptable to different situations.

The focus in Prep is on cognitive development and enhancement of the language and interpersonal skills. The children are sensitized to the social and cultural concerns and encouraged to think, reflect on issues and arrive at their own solutions. The main objective behind the curriculum is to enable the children to communicate effectively and to develop the integrated skills and creativity required for them to grow as confident and independent individuals.

PCP (Primary Curriculum Plan)

For Pre-Primary wing (Pre-Nursery to Grade II) the school follows XSEED curriculum which is a research based academic programme. It is a 5-Step learning programme that includes- Aim, Action, Analysis, Application and Assessment. It follows a learner-centric approach that lays emphasis on building thinking skills and problem solving confidence in children. Our objective is to make our learners inquisitive and hone their communication skills.

Also, children are engaged on every Wednesday/Thursday in doing some additional theme based hands on learning activities. Students get plethora of opportunities to showcase their talents during many intra class competitions that are planned across the year.

PRIMARY

The syllabus becomes more broad based at this level and gradually the young learner is exposed to a wide range of subjects and study material which is suitably graded in accordance with the CBSE norms.

As early as class I, students learn to work on computers in the Multimedia Lab which has been especially equipped to meet the needs of the young learners.

From class V onwards, the school offers the students the choice to learn any one of the two languages- Sanskrit, and French as Third Language. A plethora of choices is given to students for Work Experience classes ranging from public speaking, cookery to clay modeling. Last but not the least, in order to inculcate moral values and general awareness of the students, interactive sessions are held in the Value education classes.

The teaching of all the subjects is done using the Extra marks Smart boards.This makes learning a joyful experience for students.

MIDDLE

From Class VI to class IX the academic curriculum as well as the co-curricular activities, encourages creativity, aesthetics and adventure. All students study English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology), Social Science (History, Civics and Geography) and an optional language (French, or Sanskrit). Co-curricular activities include (Art, Music, Dance, Clubs and House activities), Physical and Health Education and Computer Education.

There are two types of Assessments :- Formative & Summative. The formative assessments in each semester comprise of Monday tests, activities, oral assessments, quizzes, debates, projects, etc. These assessments provide continuous feedback to both the teachers and the learners to take decisions regarding appropriate modifications in the transactional procedures and learning activities.

The summative assessment, which is a pen and paper examination, is carried out at the end of each Semester, measures or 'sums up' how much a student has learnt from the prescribed course. Evaluation of the Scholastic Aspect is conducted according to the C.B.S.E.