Pre-Primary is a tender stage, where the sapling is booming up and curious to know about the surroundings, Our Pre-Primary curriculum planning focuses on developing children’s skills. Our school fully supports the principle that young children learn through play and by engaging in well planned learning activities. It is the child centric curriculum which help in bringing out the thinking , social and imaginary skills of the child with the help of plethora of activities. In these years a child learn to be a social member of society and our Value based curriculum help the child to be a good and responsible citizen of the country in their own way. Children are galvanize to see beyond the fortification of their classrooms by taking them to different educational trips, study in nature, smart class and through junkets. With all these activities children become an ardent neophyte for life.
The curriculum is the totality of Pupil’s learning experiences. It is the vehicle by which we improve learning and develop the essential knowledge , skills and understanding which are building blocks for later life. Our curriculum for primary school is underpinned by values that we hold. The aim of our school curriculum, for the growing age children, is to promote a ‘go-for-it’ attitude towards learning, so that all children enjoy coming to school and embrace new challenges and possibilities. Activities play a very crucially important role at this level to groom thinking skills of the child.
Students moving from primary to middle have to face a different learning environment with a new school setting and subjects to learn. In the middle school years, the important aim of learning is self-reliance and to provide students with opportunities to revisit and strengthen the knowledge and skills acquired at the primary level. Sports and co-curricular activities play a very decisive role in drawing out talent and building character and team spirit.
Secondary school means age of adolescence, the period in which a young person develops from a child into an adult. In this age their thinking level commensurate where through the curriculum they can get the opportunities to research, solve the problem and with the interest in particular subjects , they can even think about the pursuing of stream and career in near future. Here in this stage also sports and co-curricular activities play a very decisive role for building character and team spirit.