CLASS VI

 S. NO.  SUBJECTS
1 English
2 Hindi
3 Mathematics
4 Science
5 Social Science
6 Computer Science
7 Sanskrit / French / German/Japanese
8 General Knowledge
9 Physical Training & Games
10 Library
11 Club Activity
12 Class Activity
13 House Activity
14 Art / Music / Dance / Band

CLASS VII

 S. NO.  SUBJECTS
1 English
2 Hindi
3 Mathematics
4 Science
5 Social Science
6 Computer Science
7 Sanskrit / French / German/Japanese
8 General Knowledge
9 Physical Training & Games
10 Library
11 Club Activity
12 Class Activity
13 House Activity
14 Art / Music / Dance / Band

CLASS VIII

 S. NO.  SUBJECTS
1 English
2 Hindi
3 Mathematics
4 Science
5 Social Science
6 Computer Science
7 Sanskrit / French / German/Japanese
8 General Knowledge
9 Physical Training & Games
10 Library
11 Club Activity
12 Class Activity
13 House Activity
14 Art / Music / Dance / Band

TEACHING LEARNING STRATEGIES

METHODS

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Teachers are using a wide range of methods to promote interaction during regular class periods. These methods include traditional textbook method supplemented by discussions and practical work. Experimentation and lecture methods are mainly adopted for teaching General Science. Social Science periods are made interesting by making use of project work and frequent use of timeline to correlate events. Language periods are blended with group discussions, etc.

DEVELOPING INTELLECTUAL CLIMATE

The strategy of brain storming is particularly applied for students of classes VI-VIII, who are bright and above average.

ACTIVITY-BASED LEARNING

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To facilitate learning, Science & Social Science workshops, activities in Debate Club, UNO Club and international understanding quizzes are organised.

SKILLS

This includes holistic development of the students such as mental, physical, emotional & psychic and spiritual, as also developing scientific temperament amongst studies, etc.

VALUE-BASED EDUCATION

Every institution has an ideology which is the building block of its system. The motto of Apeejay School, Pitampura (part of the Apeejay Education Society) is ‘Soaring High is My Nature’ which means every student aims to become:

  • Progressive by nature
  • Strides towards perfection
  • Always aims high

Tries to achieve his aims by honesty and integrity

EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT

Exams are a built-in tool to test the knowledge assimilated by a child. While examining a question paper, the following criteria are considered: Understanding, Knowledge and Application. Continuous comprehensive evaluation is done in classes VI to VIII.