The success of our school’s system lies in careful planning of each lesson in the school year and in the evaluation of student performance.
The curriculum gives a balanced importance to academics, computers, physical education and performing and visual arts, and also integrates them with each other in a planned manner. Thus the students learn a subject through different techniques :geographical landforms through art on the computer and clay models or cycles of the moon through a dramatic enactment.
The junior school has its own set of worksheets to supplement the learning process. There is textbook teaching but each lesson is planned in advance and evaluated later, so within a very flexible framework there is a structured and graded progress.
In the senior school, the curriculum emphasises the teaching of a subject that is not merely the course work for each subject as is laid down by the MP Board curriculum. So the students learn much beyond what is required for the board examination. Classes 6 to 8 follow the NCERT syllabus that has been set by the board. From class 9 onwards the student gets into gear for the MP Board and a system of monthly tests, an additional examination and classes on handling of examinations becomes an additional part of the curriculum.
The non-academic subjects in both senior and junior school are also taught according to a pre-set syllabus. The student’s individual interests are further developed in hobby programmes, which offer divergent choices . The daily study hour helps the children develop self-study skills as a little homework is given daily in our school.