Being a CBSE affiliated School a Uniform system of Teaching & Learning, Assessment, Examination and Result is followed as per direction and guidelines of the Board. Teachers regularly attend the Capacity Building Programmes and workshops organised by CBSE and other concern institutions and organisations. The medium of instruction is strictly English. All teachers are trained and conversant in English speaking. CBSE pattern of curriculum is strictly followed.
The School organizes various cultural programs throughout the year. All students are encouraged to display their talents be it singing, playing an instrument, dancing, oratory or histrionics on these occasions, thus generating a feeling of mutual acceptance and oneness. The development of the aesthetic senses and cultural awareness is done through Art, Music, Drama, Quiz, Debate, etc. Participation in various inter-school/ inter-district/ inter-state competitions such as debates, elocution contests, quizzing, dramatics etc is encouraged.
It is very important to offer a rich selection of co-curricular activities to students of all ages. It is only through this exposure that a child becomes aware of its special interests and talents. This, in turn, allows a child to receive appreciation and acclaim and to grow in confidence. This confidence then gets reflected in other areas leading to all around growth and progress.
Co-curricular activities offered include yoga, music, dance, dramatics, drawing, debates, quizzing, painting, tie & dye, clay modelling and pottery, sculpture, Indian dance and Indian music, hobbies, publication, special interest clubs and societies, as also community services.
The School has a full-time PET. Every child is expected to take part in the sport and fitness programme. The School provides extensive sports and physical education programme.
Facilities include Athletics, Badminton, Volleyball, Basketball, Cross Country, Table Tennis etc.
An annual sports programme has been drawn up in conjunction with other schools to ensure that seasons for the respective sports coincide. This will incorporate a calendar of dates for inter-house and inter-school competitions in each of the various sports, as well as friendly matches against local teams.
Under the Uniform System of Assessment, Examination for Classes Nursery to VIII comprises of two terms -
Term-I 20 Marks Periodic Assessment (10 Marks for subjective Test, 5 Marks for Subject Enrichment and 5 Marks for Maintaining Notebooks)+ 80 Marks for Half yearly Examination.
Term-II 20 Marks Periodic Assessment (10 Marks for subjective Test, 5 Marks for Subject Enrichment and 5 Marks for Maintaining Notebooks)+ 80 Marks for Annual Examination.
The Assessment structure for Class IX and X
A. Internal Assessment (20 marks)
1. Periodic Assessment (10 marks Weightage)
will be three periodic written assessment in the academic year in the month of July (Pre-Mid Term), September (Mid Term) and December(Post Mid-Term). The best of two will be taken for 10 Marks.
2. Maintaining Note Books of all subjects (5 marks Weightage)
3. Subject Enrichment Activities (5 marks Weightage)
(a) Maths - Lab Activities and Project prescribed by CBSE/NCERT
(b) Science - Practicals prescribed by CBSE in curriculum.
(c) Social Science-Maps and Projects prescribed by CBSE in curriculum.
(d) Languages- Activities to develop effective speaking and listening skills.
>B. Final Written Examination (IX)/Board Exam (X) in March (80 Marks)
The Assessment structure for Class XI and XII
Class XI - Two unit tests, Half yearly Examination with Practical in respective subjects, Annual Examination.
Class XII - Two unit tests, Half yearly Examination with Practical in respective subjects, Pre-board Examination by School, Practical Examination and Board Examination By board
A parent desire to withdraw his / her child from the school, one months notice will be necessary else one month's fee will be charged.
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