The Kindergarten Years

During these magic years, being are tender, vulnerable yet having the capacity and tenacity to learn amazingly through their senses, our children are helped to grow and blossom: Our early years program caters to six areas of learning:

Personal social emotional

Dispositions and attitudes , self-confidence and self-esteem , making relationships, behaviour and self-control , self-care and a sense of Community

Communication, Language & literacy

Language for Communication ,Language for Thinking ,Linking Sounds and Letters ,Reading ,Writing , Handwriting

Problem-solving, reasoning, numeracy

Numbers as labels and for counting , calculating, shape, space and measures

Physical Development

Movement and space, health and bodily Awareness , using equipment and materials

Knowledge and understanding of the world

Exploration and investigation , designing and making ,ICT, time , place, communities

Creative Development

Being creative , exploring media and materials , creating music and dance, developing imagination and imaginative play

Our approach to teaching learning transaction is primarily influenced by the following thinkers and philosophers.
  • Children must have some control over the direction of their learning
  • Children must be able to learn through experiences of touching, moving, listening, seeing, and hearing
  • Children have a relationship with other children and with material items in the world that children must be allowed to explore
  • Children must have endless ways and opportunities to express themselves.
Elementary Years

Grade I to V are structured around self contained smart classrooms meeting international standards and providing congenial atmosphere for learning wherein students are trained in Hindi, English, Math, Social Studies, Science and extra Curricular activities like Drama, Music, P.E, Computer, Art, Craft and Library skills by trained subject teachers.

English Language Arts Literacy

The children are trained to enrich their communication skills through reading and listening, oral expressions, spelling and handwriting. Our reading programme is initiated to develop reading with confidence and joy. It involves comprehension, and vocabulary & spellings which taught in a systematic manner using Phonics and Dictionary usage. Children are encouraged to write effectively and express their ideas, narrations, stories or poetry.

The programme in Mathematics addresses the basic understanding of computational skills, basic algebraic Concepts (mental games), understanding of bars, graphs charts & the ability to solve problems in the areas of measurement, money, temperature & time. It also aims at developing knowledge of Geometry and lays a lot of stress on mental math.

This programme stresses the development of thinking skills that helps them to become problem solvers and decision makers. Research & analytical skills such as collecting, understanding, interpreting, applying and evaluating are employed in the scientific approach. The elementary programme comprises of Life Science, Earth Science, Physical Science & Human Body Science. For the teaching of science, we aim to offer superior infrastructural facilities promoting activities for children essential to compete in this age of IT, Space, Biotechnology, etc.

The programme in Mathematics addresses the basic understanding of computational skills, basic algebraic Concepts (mental games), understanding of bars, graphs charts & the ability to solve problems in the areas of measurement, money, temperature & time. It also aims at developing knowledge of Geometry and lays a lot of stress on mental math.

The Social Studies course is multi disciplinary in approach and uses themes that appeal to children. Here the Units of work are rigorous and activities are highly focused. Through these activities children are engaged in exciting projects and achieve appropriate learning targets developing an International Perspective. Opportunities abound for individual, small group and large group work, for Individual Research and Collaborative decision – making.
In addition, these grades attend one hour a week of compulsory music, drama, gymnastics, dance, art, crafts and athletics (P.E.) to give them exposure and also be able to tap their talents early in life.