(a) Introduction of patterns

  • Slanting Lines
  • Standing Lines
  • Combination of Standing & Sleeping Lines
    (Formation of letters is taught with the help of these patterns.)
  • Numbers 1 to 20.
  • English.

(b) EVS:

The primary aim is to develop & inculcate the basic skills of listening, speaking and developing communication skills.

It covers:

  • Classification of fruits and vegetables.
  • Classification of Domestic and Wild Animals.
  • Recognition of the parts of human body.
  • Means of Transport.
  • Winter & Summer Season

(c) Computers:

CAL packages are used to make them learn visually. The various concepts like Big/Small, Hot/Cold etc are shown graphically.

(d) Art & Craft:

Includes Scribbling, Colouring, Hand impression, finger printing, vegetable printing, paper tearing & pasting.


(a) English:

Cursive Handwriting and formation of two & three letters.


1 to 200, what comes after, dodging.

(c) EVS:

Names of fruits, vegetables, domestic & wild animals, electrical appliances, objects found in bathroom etc.

(d) Hindi:

Hindi Alphabets, formation of two letter words.

(e) Computers:

Scribbling using pencil tool in MS-Paint, Mouse handling and CAL packages comprising of Numbers, Shapes and Art.

(f) Art & Craft:

Drawing, Painting, paper tearing/pasting, paper cutting, paper folding.


(a) English:

Prescribed textbook (Phonetic Style), Cursive handwriting, dictation, sentence formation, use of This & That.

(b) Numbers:

1 to 500, Table 2 to 5, What comes after & before, numbers in words from 1 to 20.

(c) EVS:

Prescribed textbook, names of animals & their young ones, days of the week, names of fruits, vegetables, and flowers.

(d) Hindi:

Reading & writing from prescribed textbook, formation of three & four letter words, sentence formation.

(e) Computers:

CAL packages comprising of numbers, shapes and ART.

(f) Art & Craft:

Drawing, Painting, paper tearing/pasting, paper cutting, paper folding.


Time Table is set in such a manner that besides academic activities the class gets time for co-curricular activities.

Teaching-Learning Strategies

Removal of Section Bias:

There is a misconception in the minds of the parents, that the children are allocated sections according to their caliber, To convince them, these sections have been renamed in the Pre-Primary Wing by use of value-based names like A-Numbers, B-Alphabets, C-Environment, and D-Planetarium.

Enforcement of Colour Concept:

The colour concept is taught by making the children come to school in their ‘Sunday Best’ on a particular day. The colour of the day is then discussed during assembly time and also in the classrooms.

Honing Talents

Events like Nursery Day, LKG-Day, UKG-Day, Recitation, Dance, Drawing, Fancy Dress, and Painting Competitions are organised to give each child, in the Pre-Primary section, an opportunity to appear on stage.

Celebrating national days and festivals through dramatization, decoration of bulletin boards, morning talks and story-telling is a regular feature of the school.

Focused Skills

Listening, Reading, Speaking and writing are the main skills that are focused upon.

However much emphasis is laid on Listening through Story telling and Morning Talks, which revolves around rhymes, national anthem and patriotic songs.

Value Based Education

Value based education is imparted through varied panorama of activities like story telling, thought provoking activities which help to drive home moral messages. It centers on developing a sense of sharing, caring, friendship and co-operation among the children. Stress is on the inculcation of good manners and maintaining personal hygiene and general cleanliness.

Evaluation & Assessment

Recapitulation weeks are held twice a year to informally assess the students, wherein the student is assessed as per his/her overall performance throughout the year.

The Evaluation is based on:

  • Scholastic Performance.
  • Cognition
  • Language
  • Personal Development
  • Emotional Development.