The school curriculum has been created to enable the students to unlock their potential and to achieve overall excellence. It follows the syllabus based on 10+2 pattern of instruction of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) .
Courses of Studies
The school follows integrated curriculum with emphasis on subjects.
Std I & II
- English, Mathematics, Environmental Science
- II Language (Hindi or Kannada)
- English, Mathematics, Environmental Science and Social Studies
- II Language (Hindi or Kannada)
Test and Examination
The Junior School (Std I-II) will be subjected to continuous and comprehensive assessment through worksheets.
Academic Enhancement Programmes
There are activities conducted twice a month which enhances their motor, eye, hand, finger co-ordination skills, colour concepts, number concepts and communication skills.
MINDSPARK : It is a computer based programme to improve Math skills. This programme clarifies prevalent misconceptions and helps children go to higher levels of performance.
A number of competitive exams are conducted to nurture their talents.
- Olympiad exams in Science, Mathematics, English and Computer Science.
- Asset exams to test scholastic skills
The achievers are awarded based on the following categories.
- Perfect Attendance
- Co-curricular and Extra Curricular activities
The school conducts cultural programmes on special days in which the students participate. These special assemblies provide an opportunity for the students to showcase their talents. This builds their self confidence and enhances their personality. Some of the special assemblies are
- Hindi Day
- Kannada Day
- Sanskrit Day
A language is like an ornament to a motherland. Hindi being the national language of India adorns India too with its beauty and exuberance. So to enrich and spread the luster to the lives of the students, Hindi day is celebrated.
Kannada being the local language of Karnataka must be honoured. It has a very rich cultural heritage. To make the children aware of its prominence, Kannada Day is celebrated.
Sanskrit Day is celebrated to pay regards to the ancient language of India. Sanskrit has its influence on all the other languages. It has left its imprint in some way or the other.
World Environment Day is celebrated to create an awareness of the environmental issues and caring for the planet. India’s main concern is to protect our environment and make the world safe and beautiful for us.
World Literacy Day is celebrated to make the students aware of the worldwide literacy issues and promote worldwide literacy. The importance of literacy in the lives of both children and adults are emphasized on this day.
India is a country where people of diverse cultures and religions live together in peace and harmony. We celebrate national festivals to show our patriotism and unity as a nation.
National Sports Day
It is celebrated to make the students understand the life and achievements of the famous hockey player Dhyan Chand. On this day, the students are made aware of the advancement in sports and the opportunities that they can avail in the sports field.
The students participate in a number of inter school and intra school competitions.
The children are taken for excursions annually. It refreshes their tired nerves and leaves a long lasting memory.