Our CBSE curriculum offers the exquisite and prominent national level board of education where the focus is fixed on carefree methods of successful results for the students. The faculties are nothing short of a dream team that establishes better than yesterday, each day.
Additional Benefits of CBSE Curriculum
The syllabus is structured and standardized, and therefore the curriculum will be the same even if the student changes from one CBSE school to
another, and how easy and convenient this whole system works is an understatement in itself.
Most of the medicine and engineering competitive exams are based on the CBSE syllabus. CBSE follows the guidelines of the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) across all subjects. Extra efforts are avoided as it is predominantly followed right from the beginning of their education.
Students are mandatorily promoted until Class 8th. This makes the student build his/her confidence and the mental stability is maintained.
CBSE allows both regular as well as private students to sit for an exam.
The secondary curriculum of the CBSE focuses on seven major learning areas, which can vary between schools.
By teaching appropriate skills for life and behaviour, students will develop global competencies and
self-discipline, responsibility, good judgement, and respect for self and others.
Our school adopts new methods of teaching through PPTs, Audio/Visual CDs, Online Teaching, Quiz, Roleplay, Debates, Demos, Experiments, and Enactments.
The habit of learning is practiced even during holidays by various assignments and activities in the form of projects.
The best performers are honoured with Badges of Recognition and Appreciation
Our school has broken the barriers of conventional methods of learning. Teachers ensure that students carry less on our shoulders in the form of notebooks and homework and carry more in our brain in the form of knowledge.
We have a healthy evaluation and assessment pattern of grading as opposed to marks and comparisons. The student teacher ratio is maintained at 10:1.
A programme of ten days duration in the month of April provides lesser known information about everyday things and how they are made. Simple things like soap powder making, paper-bag making, paper mache, knitting, stitching, etc, are taught.
Learning a new language at any age is an enormously rewarding experience in many ways. While language learning is an enriching experience for all ages, children have the most to gain from the wonderful adventure. Quite simply, starting early offers the widest possible set of benefits and opportunities, because the mind is much more like a muscle than we've ever realized... it needs to get cognitive exercise.
Research into the effects of bilingualism on children suggests that exposure to more than one language is an excellent way of flexing those brain muscles
and building them up too! Bilingual children are reported to show significantly larger density of "grey matter" in their brains and those who had been exposed to a second language from an early age proved to have the most grey matter of all. Grey matter is responsible for processing information, including memory, speech and sensory perception.
With the inputs from the research done all over the world, we introduce three languages, English, Tamil and Hindi from L.K.G. to V Std. The students of class 6 to 8 can choose either Hindi or Tamil as their II language, and French is offered as the III language. The students of classes 9 & 10, will have only 2 languages, English and either Hindi, Tamil or French. The language chosen as the second language in class 6 by the parent with the consent of their ward becomes the second language for the board exam.
When it comes to Hindi, we focus on enabling the students to speak the language and comprehend it better rather than rote writing. The students of Cl.2&3 are prepared to take up the "Parichay" & "Prathmic" exam conducted by 'The Hindi Prachara Sabha'. The students of class 4&5 will undergo a specially designed curriculum preparing the students to opt Hindi as a II language from class 6. Needless to say, all the languages taught are given equal importance in imparting the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.