Primary Classes

Curriculum for classes 1 to 5

The curriculum which is being followed in the classrooms is the result of a very carefully planned and developed through a laborious process of dialogues, meetings, workshops etc., held amongst teachers and research being done in the field of education. The curriculum so designed and reformed keeps in account the development perspective of every child which began at the pre- primary stage and focuses on:

  • Introduction of age appropriate tasks which help children to get a feeling of success.
  • Total development of the child which prepares the children to acquire reading, writing and mathematics skills with less stress and in a more blissful manner.
  • An integrated approach to learning by providing a variety of expressions such as dramatization, storytelling, learning by doing, exploring different mediums of arts and experimentation in the activity room.

Main Features

  • De-emphasising text book centered teaching-learning.
  • Creation of an activity room to facilitate free and creative expression by the children.
  • Equal weightage to intellectual, socio-emotional, physical and motor development.
  • Scientific reorganisation of seating arrangements in the classroom for greater interaction and personalized teaching of each child.
  • Continuous evaluation of learning through a variety of methods.
  • Continuous dialogue with the parent fraternity.
  • Involving the grandparents in providing a wholesome development to our children.
  • Using the library as an effective means to improve reading, speaking and hearing skills.
  • Senior children acting as ‘mentors’ provide youngsters confidence and dimensions.