Class VI to VIII
- Choice between Punjabi & Sanskrit
- General Sciences
- Social Sciences
- Value Education
- General Knowledge
The full day is divided into nine periods, the classes start with a Zero period wherein attendance of the students is taken. After the zero period, eight periods are scheduled for different subjects according to the timetable set at the beginning of the session.
Teaching Learning Strategies
Teachers and students play a vital role in the teaching-learning process. Various methods are adopted in this process: examples, demonstrations, group discussions, questionnaires, practicals, experiments, pair work, role-play activities, organising debates, declamation, and paper reading contests in the class.
Skill of understanding, imparting, knowledge, skills of drawing, relating the class room teaching to day to day life, reading, to comprehend and writing are the main skills which are used in the classes for imparting value based education to the students.
Value Based Education
Value Education is the part of the education given in the School to make students strong, emotionally stable, socially effective which helps in character building and moral development. Value Education is the part of classroom teaching, which helps in developing the lesson. The various value-based programmes are:
- Quizzing on lives of great men.
- Telling of stories with values.
- Performing of parables based on values.
- Celebration of various festivals in the Morning Assembly.
- Street Plays
Evaluation and Assessment
There are two Terminal Examinations and two monthly tests or unit tests before each examination. Monthly tests are also scheduled in the school calendar and are organised during a zero period of one-hour duration. The assessed work is given weightage in the terminals. All the records are maintained in the teacher's diary and Mark Reading Registers. Yearly records of all examinations are maintained.