“More important than the curriculum is the methodology of teaching and the spirit in which the teaching is given.”

The curriculum is learner-centred. It emphasises the importance of numeracy and language, while at the same time responding to changing needs in science and technology, social, personal and health education, and citizenship.

The curriculum follows the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern introduced by CBSE (2 Formative Assessments and 1 Summative Assessment per Term). The evaluation follows a Graded pattern. There is no formal testing for classes I – III.

The curriculum ensures developing the following:

  • Language skills – reading, writing, speaking and listening skills

  • Maths skills - mathematical thinking and number skills.

  • Analytical and reasoning skills – projects, activities, worksheets, assignments

  • Life skills – workshops and special programmes

  • Values – thematic assemblies, assistance to Shiksha Kendra, Seva Samarpan- for the less privileged

  • Learning beyond books– Smart Board classes, NIE Maths (Educomp)

  • Computer skills – IT Power point presentations on LCD

  • Performing Art – Vocal and Instrumental music, dance, drama and art

  • Motor and muscle coordination – physical training, games and special sports