Academics

 

Through play way method interesting activities and arousing curiosity.

  • The formative years of the child where he learns to be part of a group.
  • Here the child develops familiarity with the society and develops communication skill (medium of instruction is English) along with manners and etiquettes.
  • Activity-oriented, play way method of teaching and learning through discovery.
    • Examples: Collage work, preparing simple meals, beautiful cards, painting, colouring, environmental discovery, song, dance and story telling etc.
  • Simple and colourful uniform to inculcate in them a sense of discipline in early years.
  • Daily : Study hours – 8.30 am to 12.00 noon, Play & Rest 12:30pm to 3:50pm.
  • Teacher pupil ratio 1 : 15
  • Special programmes
    1. Mother’s day.
    2. Fun-filled Sports day.
    3. Celebration of important festivals and days.

The learner uses his mind, performs activity, tries to explore and understand his environment.

  • Introduction to formal class routine
  • Recapitulation time to support those with learning difficulties
  • Music, Art, Aerobics , Dance and Sports classes integrated to the curriculum
  • Teaching employs a variety of first-hand experience especially field visits, demonstrations to observe, discuss and learn in real life situations.
  • Teacher pupil ratio 1 : 25
  • Various competitions & activities to enhance application and skills

Learning by doing is the key to understanding concepts in the junior School

The learning experience is both fun-filled as well as challenging for the learners. The facilitators develop the imagination and creativity of the young minds using smart board aided learning. At this stage performance is assessed on day to day basis. The grading is continuous and comprehensive to keep the students stress free.

  • Student-centred learning
  • Introduction to workshops, clubs and hobby classes
  • Teacher pupil ratio 1 :25
  • Programmes and Competitions
    • 1.Programmes showcasing talent in drama, dance, music, cookery, art & craft, martial arts & quiz
      2.Exhibitions

The adolescent learner matures to be responsible for ones actions and learns to make choices in life.

  • Prefectorial system where senior students work with staff to assist in the harmonious running of school affairs
  • Well qualified and experienced team of teachers
  • Subject specific laboratories
  • Teacher Pupil ratio 1 : 30
  • Teaching supported by state-of-the-art digital boards
  • Special care for students preparing for examinations
  • Recapitulation classes to support those with learning difficulties

 Streams of study offered in XI and XII

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