Primary years are critical in any child's life because here the dice can roll in either way. It
is this period when a child develops a joyful and soulful relationship with learning. This is
the time when young mind starts to develop and when the curiosity is at its high.
It is at this point in life when the child has to:
Develop a positive learning environment
Design an integrated curriculum that uses real-life experiences from a child's localcontext as a medium for developing knowledge, skills and character
Help children to observe, reflect, analyse, synthesise and understand different things
Help children develop a unique individualised perception towards things
Motivate student enough to make him confident and independent
Develop empathy, tolerance and respect for others
Learn to treat people with respect
Imbibe ethics and morals in them.
The formative years are very important as they leave an ever lasting impression in a
child's mind. It becomes important to nurture the unique set of capabilities and strengths
that a child has in him. It also becomes worthy of action to help children tackle every
challenge that comes their way and turn it into an opportunity. Going beyond books and
focusing on character building forms an important aspect of the learning process. It
becomes essential to inculcate in them values, ethics, morals and also to practice what is
being preached. A commitment to enquire and explore forms the underlying idea behind
the development of curriculum for our junior grades
Elementary years develop psycho-motor skills.
Enhance their urge to learn and research
Develop the aptitude for logical and analytical thinking
Enhance reading and writing abilities
Improvise on their general and social awareness
Provide opportunities to master their skill and talent in whichever field
Provide opportunities for self-expression
"The curriculum effectively meets the needs of the
pupils. The curriculum incorporates well planned
opportunities for pupils to strengthen their learning skills"
The curriculum is planned as a whole, with the aim of providing a broad, balanced and
relevant programme of study for all. A wide range of teaching and learning strategies are
used dependent upon the age and stage of learning of the student. Information
technology is integrated into the curriculum and is used to support and extend learning.
Homework is an essential part of learning as it encourages and develops individual study
skills. All students are expected to undertake homework as an integral part of their work.
Tasks assigned to students will be graded in their progress card.
C.B.S.E. Board Pattern
Two Terms Term I & Term II
Four Analytical Assessments
AA-I, AA-II, AA-III, AA-IV