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Pre-Primary Curriculam

Education at Children's Park is an integrated process with a flexible curriculum that takes into account the heterogeneity of the learner and learning styles. Emphasis is laid on acquiring linguistic & logical ability and nurturing multiple intelligence by adopting innovative methods to stimulate interest and attention among the students. This opens up pathways to a holistic and harmonious development of the young learners.

“The innovative curriculum for the Pre-Primary” published by Council for Educational and Professional Services (CEPS) is in use with the objective of reinforcing values, concepts, ideas, skills and activities. A day wise planner for each month is sent on the first day of the month for the parents’ convenience. This gives them a clear picture of the fun activities that their child will be participating in.

We follow the schedule and programmes with a fair amount of flexibility. Changes are made from time to time as demanded by the environment and the emerging situations in the classroom. Following subjects are taught in Pre-Primary : English, Hindi, Number Work, Environmental Studies, Music, Art & Craft

The students are graded regularly on the basis of participation and performance in class activities. The report card is sent twice a year, in September and March.

Focus is laid on

  • Classification skills
  • Conversational skills
  • Drawing conclusion
  • Experimenting
  • Identifying patterns
  • Motor skills
  • Social behaviour
  • Observation and recognition skills
  • Observing and relating skills
  • Ordering and sequencing
  • Sorting and classifying
  • Thinking skills
  • Understanding concepts
  • Vocabulary enhancement

Primary Education

The Primary education module is designed to follow the axiom “Discovering the syllabus is more important than covering it.” We believe that the student should have mental access to assimilation along with physical access to learning. In accordance, the working schedules of classes I and II have been designed in such a way that they have “short respite” periods after every 45 minutes of learning. This helps them to come back ready and refreshed for the next session of classroom learning. The concept of “classroom library” (classes I to V) gives the students direct access to books in their own classroom. Every day after assembly, 10 minutes of reading time enhances and enriches their language skills.

Subjects:

To enable the students to acquire academic excellence, emotional development & sensory experience various subjects are incorporated into the curriculum. The subject content is integrated into the framework & context of students’ lives so that the school education becomes more meaningful & relevant in today’s life. The subjects taught include: English, Mathematics, Hindi, German, Environmental Studies, General Science, Social Studies, General Knowledge, Computer Science, Art, Yoga, Aerobics, Music, Physical Education, Value Education

Teaching/learing Strategies

  • The school relentlessly strives to uncover the hidden potential in every student & enhances his capabilities by providing opportunities by way of myriad activities & healthy competition in cultural, literary & sports front.
  • To facilitate better learning through ‘hands on experience’, fully equipped Mathematics, Science & Computer Science Labs are provided.
  • Child centre approach lays emphasis on discovery method, group learning, project work, surveys, experiments, role play etc.
  • CAL packages & Audio- Visual Aids are used on regular basis that assist the students to understand the nuances of a lesson through fun- filled interactive & play way methods.

Evaluation and Assessment

A continuous assessment scheme is followed and no formal examination is held. The student is graded regularly and evaluation is based on

  • Child’s participation and performance in class activities.
  • Home work
  • Project work
  • Group work
  • Worksheets
  • Class assessment
  • Class response
  • Reading and communicative skills
  • Morning Assembly
  • Individual and group behaviour