Pre Primary - Curriculum

Thematic Curriculum allows the children to explore the Monthly theme in myriad ways. Every theme is integrated with language & literacy, numeracy, music & movement, arts and craft, story-telling, Values and Games. There is a crossover of different subjects with no boundaries.This enables all kinds of learners to grasp the concepts in a better way.

There is a flexible time table for Pre-School and KG. Fixed days and timings are assigned for activities like Music, Computers, Outdoor Play, Art & Craft, Short Tennis and Skating

Monthly planners are sent to parents to appraise them of the scholastic and co-scholastic activities of the school.

The first few years of a child’s preprimary education determine a lifetime. Our Early Years Programme is designed to provide the foundation for the future academic, social, and emotional wellbeing of every child.

We have developed a comprehensive, dynamic, contemporary, and thematic curriculum that prepares our young ones to go through the journey of life with complete confidence.

A thematic approach to teaching involves integrating all subject areas under one theme. It crosses over subject lines and helps children relate basic academic skills to real-world ideas. Thematic units are common in preprimary classes, especially since preschool children learn through interactive and integrated activities. These themed units incorporate reading, math, science, and social studies, as well as the arts for a well-balanced curriculum.

Our programme features activities and equipment designed for the development of gross and fine motor coordination. Hands-on activities that are appropriate for children at this age are planned and incorporated into our daily routines. We celebrate individual uniqueness and encourage self-expression & exploration while building strong foundations of love and security.

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  • A Home away from home, the Junior wing is a supplement to the home and not a substitute. The first five years of life are vitally important in laying the foundations of character and personality. Keeping this fact in view, the School is fully equipped to cater to the needs of growing children. 
  • This being the child's first exposure to a large school, our primary aim is to make him / her feel happy, secure and loved by providing an open, un pressurized environment in order to create an atmosphere suitable for learning. Children are encouraged to wonder and question, and in the process make learning an exciting and fun-filled experience. 
  • The best of Montessori, Kindergarten, Play way Method and other such activities as required by the social and cultural needs of society have been adopted and adapted for the Pre-Primary School. The Pre-Primary has its own assembly, programmes for self-expression, play area, indoor activity facility and cultural activities built around festivals. The basic motive behind these activities is to encourage participation and performance of each child. 

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  • English /Hindi Recitation competitions
  • Splash Pool / Water/Sand Play Activities
  • Skating
  • Puppet Competitions
  • Clay Modelling
  • Theme based competitions
  • Toy Talk / Picture Talk
  • Show and tell / See and Tell / Hear and Tell
  • Story Telling
  • Class Dramatizations
  • Puzzle Solving

The general social conduct, manners, communication skills, artistic skills in fine arts and music are cultivated with great care and affection.

  • Value Education forms an integral part of the Pre-Primary curriculum. The following are taken up for effective implementation of this programme.
  • Morning Assembly is held for Nursery & K.G students in the Pre- Primary grounds.
  • Silent sitting, Thought of the Day, Recitation of shlokas are part of the Assembly.
  • Value based stories and songs are taken up regularly.
  • Dramatisation of stories, Role Play and Puppet- Shows.
  • Celebration of National and Religious festivals.
  • Outings and excursions to Temple, Gurudwara and Church.
  • Picnic / Day Camp.

The students are evaluated through a system of continuous assessment throughout the year.

  • Report cards are presented in the months of October and March.
  • Regular feedback at Parent- Teacher meetings on the I, III & IV and V Saturdays of the month.