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  • Learning is made interesting, fun and activity oriented at this level.
  • For young children, opportunities are available to observe, handle a variety of natural and man-made material and hone their inherent virtue of questioning and sharing.
  • Students are encouraged to participate in class activities as singing, drawing and colouring, writing, group games, clay modeling, puzzles and recitation.
  • Poems and stories are dramatized using expressive actions.
  • Focus is on laying foundation for literacy, numeracy & comprehension skills and on reinforcing an innate sense of discovery in everything that is taught.
  • Nature walks and regular educational tours to the Zoos, Museums and Game Parks develop a sense of openness towards the world.


  • The primary curriculum is designed to nurture the child in all dimensions of his or her life—spiritual, moral, cognitive, emotional, imaginative, aesthetic, social and physical.
  • A thematic approach is designed to stimulate the children through various interactive sessions and activities.
  • An extensive use of teaching aids to supplement classroom teaching.
  • Project works in class calls for mass participation. An equal emphasis is laid on developing a strong sense of individuality.
  • Field trips and excursions make learning fun.
  • Use of the newspaper articles, quizzes, crosswords and other learning tools enhance general awareness.


  • In the middle school years, curriculum focuses on helping students to become increasingly independent learners and preparing them to succeed in high school and beyond. The emphasis is laid on building up the structured, student-centered and enquiry-based foundation laid at the Primary level.
  • The curriculum is research oriented and learning opportunities are provided through worksheets in the classroom, laboratory time, library time, computer time and small group discussion time.
  • Personality development is stressed through development of academic knowledge, the ability to question, sensory experiences and a honing of creative expressions.
  • Emphasis is made on group work including story time, lecture demonstrations, large group discussions, conceptual explanations and group goal setting.


For Senior Secondary level the school follows the Curriculum prescribed by CBSE which strives to:

  • Provide ample scope for holistic i.e. physical, intellectual and social development of students.
  • Emphasize constructivist rather than rote learning by highlighting the importance of hands-on experience.
  • Enlist general and specific teaching and assessment objectives to make learning competency based.
  • Encourage the application of knowledge and skills in real life problem solving scenarios.
  • Uphold the Constitutional Values by encouraging values-based learning activities.
  • Promote Critical and Creative Thinking aligned to the 21st Century Skills in classrooms.
  • Integrate innovations in pedagogy such as experiential learning, Sport & Art-Integrated Learning, toy-based pedagogy, storytelling, gamification etc. with technological innovations (ICT integration) to keep pace with the global trends in various disciplines.
  • Promote inclusive practices as an overriding consideration in all educational activities.
  • Enhance and support learning by different types of assessments.

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