Our Curriculum Model


Our curriculum model represents the school's commitment to optimise teaching and learning, and facilitate children's holistic development and well-being. Our teaching methodology enables the learner to explore multiple dimensions of excellence, encompassing intellectual, social, emotional and physical development. There is equal emphasis on academic rigour and engagement beyond the classroom through a wide spectrum of opportunities. The school's guiding statements underpin the fact that cherishing one's own culture and respecting that of others, as well as value-based learning is pivotal to holistic education. The school focus is on inculcating in the learner five key attributes: creativity and innovation, collaboration, leadership, global citizenship and life-long learning. All the elements in our curriculum model converge to bring out the best in every child and enable them to be on the path of continuous development and progress.

Teaching & Learning


  • Along with the CBSE curriculum, we use a variety of engaging teaching and learning methodologies that challenge and motivate learners to excel. It focuses on ingraining knowledge and skills essential for success in the 21st century.
  • Inquiry-based and application- oriented approach across all subjects to help them develop new activities and take responsibility for their learning.
  • Use of flipped classrooms, project-based learning, brainstorming, role play, interactive lab experiments and self and peer evaluation, to make learning more engaging and effective.
  • Holistic approaches to teaching and learning are achieved in multiple ways of ongoing review of curricula, introduction of new subjects, and the regular upgrading of infrastructural facilities and resources.
  • Out-of-classroom activities and experiences such as theatre, music, robotics, football, basketball, karate, and many more.
  • Individualized attention that appreciates children's learning styles and differing abilities.
  • Our student care team, comprising qualified professionals work with class teachers and parents to provide appropriate support, enabling students to excel in academics.

Assessment and Promotion Rules


  • Attendance is compulsory for all assessments held during the year, failing which the student will be given zero. Consideration what so ever will be only on genuine medical grounds that too at the sole discretion of the Principal only after the parents submit an application with photocopies of all relevant medical documents on the day of the exam at school office. There is no provision of appearing in any Weekly Assessment and then leave the school for home on medical/personal grounds. Taking the child back home after assessment(s) will result in zero for that subject.
  • A minimum attendance record of 90% of the total number of working days in each term/unit is compulsory. In the eventuality a student misses classes due to health reasons, the school will have the sole discretion in deciding waiver, if any. But even on medical grounds absence beyond 20% of working days will not be accepted.
  • There is no provision for reassessing students, who remain absent on the day of the assessment, or those who have failed in one or more subjects. Request for change in assessment dates or timings will not be entertained.
  • Students reporting late for assessment will not be given any extra time for answering the question papers.
  • Unfair Means: Students found using any unfair means during any of the assessment, will be given a zero in that subject. Parents and the concerned student will be summoned and asked to provide an explanation. A repeat of such action in future will result in the prompt issue of a Transfer Certificate, without notice.
  • The answer scripts of the Weekly Assessment will be distributed to students after evaluation the next week after the date of the exams. Errors in evaluation, such as mistakes in totaling, unmarked answers, etc., must be brought to the notice of the concerned teachers on the same day itself. Delaying this for even one day may result in ignoring the same while preparing the final result.
  • Requests for the issue of Progress Report before the declaration of results will not be entertained.
  • A duplicate of Report Card (if lost/damaged) shall be issued on a payment of Rs.500/-.

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