Admission starts from December for Session 2024-25

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The school is determined to follow NCF’23 introduced under the National Education Policy 2020 ensuring child centric education in school.

Our Policy is in context to NEP to provide a happy learning experience to our children where they enjoy, play , laugh , explore and create new things irrespective of the demographic diversity.

Pedagogy – Child Centric Education based on experiential learning. They get a hands on experience with the topic taught in the classroom through activities designed pre hand. There are different styles of teaching integrated to cater to the needs of varied learners.

Teaching Pedagogy in Pre Primary Wing

1. Reggio Emilia Method β€’ Simply put, self-directed learning is at the core of this educational approach. Since kids, especially in their early years, are curious and active learners, encouraging children to discover their surroundings works wonders. It sparks creativity in young kids, inspires getting a clear and better picture of the world around them, stimulates curiosity in little ones, makes them feel happy socializing, and eventually motivates kids to carve a space of their own. They are provided with happy learning environment at school.

2. The Play Way Method β€’ Children love to play and if learning is brought through in a play way manner nothing could stop the children from learning. Teachers in good preschools use play as an important tool to groom and educate children. Of course, introducing the little ones to innovative games and blending them with basic learning work like magic. For example, certain games motivate kids to learn new alphabets, colours, numbers, and more. What’s more, the educational approach is rarely boring and keeps children engrossed for a long time.

3. The Waldorf Method It aims to enhance the co-scholastic skills of the child. A Waldorf education method prioritizes combining academics with various other disciplines, such as art, physical grooming, music, storytelling and activities. The approach is often described as a method to spark imaginative abilities in kids. Also, textual inferences and reading are introduced at a much later stage in the Waldorf style of learning.

4. The Bank Street Method β€’ It is quite similar to a play way method. However, the educational module includes a very different nature of activities. For example, the approach inspires kids to work on puzzles, building blocks, making figures out of clay, and more. Little do you realize that these activities bring out the imaginative and logistic skills in a child. Montessori tools and apparatus play a great role under this segment of learning.

5. The Montessori Method Maria Montessori A physician by profession and one of the first pioneers of modern learning, the educational method targets the cumulative development of young minds. It prioritizes nurturing the social and cognitive skills of students via sensory learning. What’s more, the multifaceted learning experience encourages children to learn from their experiences. Bag Free Day (Saturday)– A new feature introduced in school as suggested by CBSE. On this day , thematic learning in a play way manner would take place.

6. Teaching –Learning Pedagogy (Primary Wing Grade 2 to 5) and Other Skill Building Practices Activity based learning under the subjects offered (English, Hindi, Mathematics and EVS along with GK Life Skills, Computers, Sports , Art and Music) is held up in an interactive classroom environment. Children are being given an exposure to explore and discover the facts. Enhancement of the Linguistic, numerical and scientific skills help the child to take a planned path towards exploration of facts. Homework is a regular feature to help the child recapitulate learning. Smart Classes are arranged for the deliberation of concepts

Club - Eco or 3 G, Math rates , Picasso, Heritage, Orator’s, Nataraja club are provided to the students to help them take up co – curricular practices to enhance their skills and capacities. The Clubs are held in Primary on Every alternate Monday of the Month. Anecdote or Observation of the children is recorded.

Teaching – Learning Pedagogy (Middle Wing –Grade 6 to 8) & Skill Building Practices

The teaching learning pedagogy in classes 6, 7 & 8 is based on building upon or strengthening the concepts introduced in the primary stage of learning which is done through activities and experiential learning practices taken in a conducive environment. Children are being given exploration work through assignments, guided and non- guided real time activities are conducted from time to time. Regular Homework is assigned to the child to help them recapitulate the core subjects. The co-curricular subjects like performing arts – Dance, Music and Art / Craft

Club -To promote vocational training and practices clubs are introduced to the children as in the name of Picasso club, Eco or 3G club , Nataraja Club, Cookery, Heritage ,Math rates club. The Clubs are held in Primary on Every alternate Thursdays of the Month. Anecdote or Observation of the children is recorded

Teaching – Learning Pedagogy (Senior Wing -Grade 9 to 12) & Skill Building Practices

Students in Grade 9, 10, 11 & 12 are being given an opportunity to take a deep dig into the mainstream subjects. They strengthen their knowledge and skills upon varied subjects like Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology),Social Science ( Gr-9 & 10), Humanities (History , Political Science , Geography and Economics in Gr -11 & 12), Commerce with accountancy , business studies , information practices and physical Education too, which directs them towards their career goals, subjects like English and Hindi are also offered to help them enhance their communication skills. There are interactive and digital classroom sessions organized by teachers to cater to the learner’s interest and varied learning capacities. Regular workshops on career counseling and other relevant subjects are taken from time to time.

Club- There are vocational training and learning programs conducted under clubs like Entrepreneurial club, Media, Theatre, Steam, Oratory and Cookery club. As these clubs provide planned modules of learning and training to the students. Each and Every Activity in the club is based on some specific objectives and outcomes