At this stage, the focus is on facilitating development of the student's cognitive and motor skills and on providing the required exposure to children to pursue their natural curiosity and imagination in a stimulating and exciting environment. The core program of studies is enriched with art, dance, music, other interesting scholastic and co-scholastic activities, thereby ensuring experiential learning.
At this level emphasis is on a development based curriculum and students are taught the essential concepts of the subjects. The progress of each student is monitored closely and regular assessments are conducted, the results of which are communicated to the respective parents, thus building a partnership between them and the school.
During this three-year period, the student's intellectual, aesthetic, physical and cultural growth and development are intensified. The emphasis is on acquiring in-depth conceptual knowledge. The curriculum is research oriented and based on teamwork vis-a-vis discussions, group project work, discovery and exploration. Personality development is enhanced through various activities designed and conducted for the students. A smooth transition from childhood to adolescence is facilitated by imparting comprehensive value based education. Coping with peer pressure is stressed upon at this stage. Students work in groups and make power point presentations on subject related topics.
The entire school is equipped with HD CCTV cameras. Once a child arrives at school, whether they walk, cycle, travel by bus or are dropped off, parents expect their safety to be a priority. CCTV surveillance systems are excellent deterrents against incidents occurring during school hours, whether that is bullying
We have well equipped smart classes with content. It improves the student-teacher interaction and communication. The better visualization and creativity helps our students to link contextual knowledge to practical life. It also enables teachers to instantly assess and evaluate the learning achieved by their students in class with innovative use of technology.
Our school has provision of basic first aid care as well as first aid treatment such as minor cuts, scratches, bruising and for bodily injury. The level of supervision required in the first aid room varies depending on the case. For example, supervision: should be required for a student who has had a blow to the head and is feeling dizzy May not be required for a student with a slight headache, who needs a lie down.