Classes I - V
The Curriculum is inspired by Howard Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligence and students are encouraged to learn through enquiry and exploration by performing experiments, spontaneous enactments, dance, mime, role play, theater exercises and other activities. Learning also takes place through interaction with the environment, nature and people. An appropriate balance of whole group, small group and individual activities to cater to individual learning differences is carefully devised and implemented by way of classroom instruction, assemblies, drama productions, presentations, projects, dry cooking and educational excursions are some of the major focal points of learning.
The interactive boards which are an integral part of each and every classroom from I to Class V , take learning beyond the text and help children to widen their thought process with greater insight into the topics dealt. The visual perception further heightens and reinforces the educational pursuits.