The school curriculum is based on the National Framework of education and designed as per the guidelines of C.B.S.E. The school holds classes from 1st up to Secondary stage of education with English as the medium of instruction. General Knowledge, sports, Visual and performing art as well as yoga form an essential part of the school curriculum. It encompasses general objectives of learning courses of study, subject wise instructional objectives and content, pedagogical practices and assessment guide lines. The Curriculum envisages individualize personal learning acumen and seeks to explore the potential OF students in acquiring substantial knowledge and skill through academic records. Children are imparted quality education with the help of computer-based programmed lessons and other audio-visual media. To maintain an ideal standard, ratio between teacher and student is kept within the limits.
CLASSES I to VIII
Formal education system is introduced using the NCERT syllabi. Art & craft, Yoga, Karate, Music, Computers, Dance, Abacus ,Robotics etc. are however, added in the curriculum. This aids the overall development of the character and personality. From classes V to VIII a third language Sanskrit or French has been included under the three language formula of NPE.
Syllabus prescribed by CBSE are the basis of the courses imparted in these classes.
CLASSES IX and X
Subjects taught are : English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Information Technology, Art Education , Physical & Health Education and Work Experience.
Strategies for Learning and Teaching
• Establish a supportive relationship with the student.
• Focus on what the student can do rather than what he/she cannot do and build on his/her strengths.
• Include praise and encouragement as part of the student’s learning and teaching experience.
• Simplify language, repeat words and clarify meanings.
• Observe the student’s learning style and differentiate teaching and learning accordingly.
• Provide the student with tasks that are within his/her capacity.
• Ensure tasks have a clear meaning and purpose.
• Build opportunities for over-learning and repetition into lessons.
• Differentiate questioning as well as teaching.
• Give the student opportunities to generalize knowledge and skills.
• Help students to realize that making mistakes is part of the learning process.
• Incorporate the student’s interests, aptitudes, experiences and skills into learning and teaching.
• Utilize active learning, participation and collaboration with peers.
• Encourage the development of life skills, personal and social skills through all aspects of the curriculum and allow for the fact that these skills may also have to be taught explicitly.
• Pay particular attention to language and communication in all areas of the curriculum.
• Provide handouts/worksheets that minimize the amount of writing required.
• Offer students curricular programs with an emphasis on pre-vocational skills.
Computer Aided Learning
CAL allows students to have an active role in the teaching and learning process. It provides teachers with more options to teach and more time to evaluate progress of activities. It prevents barrier such as when, where, and limited resources.
It refers to an overall integrated approach of instructional methods. Computer aided learning is a device/learning strategy to make teaching more interesting joyful and sustainable.
• Visual Learning
• Listening Practice
• To make learning a joyful experience for students.
• To develop interest in online tests.
Activity-based learning is indulging students in activities by stimulating their senses, such as sight, smell, vision or feeling, and getting them involved in the subject.
Besides encouraging kids to enjoy their learning experience, activity-based learning has many benefits, including:
• Helping students memorize information
• Encouraging kids to be independent and inquisitive
• Supporting social development
• Emphasizing the relevance of educational material
• Encouraging kids to express themselves in different ways