Middle and Senior School Curriculum
The curriculum is designed and packaged in a manner that challenges students to ask questions, enhance skills, conduct in-depth research, analyse findings, build conceptual understanding, share their learning in a variety of ways that reflect on their responsibility as a part of global community. Each child is supported to discover and fulfil his/her unique potential with a balanced, student friendly programme that nurtures the whole individual – mind, body and soul.
We design the curriculum broadly on the guidelines issued by C.B.S.E from time to time. Importance is given to Scholastic as well as Co-Scholastic domains with plans including mapping units with pedagogical objectives, assessment directives and feedback rubrics.
The middle wing of the school strives to maintain excellence in academics and co-curricular activities to enable the students to stand at par in today’s competitive world.
The curriculum is designed in conformity with C.B.S.E guidelines wherein C.C.E Pattern of Evaluation is followed which comprises of:
|Scholastic||:||English, Hindi, Sanskrit or French, Math, Science, Social Science. Apart from regular text books in English, an additional supplement reader is
added to inculcate reading habits.
|Co-Scholastic||:||Life Skills, Environment Awareness, Value Education, Performing Arts (which include Indian Classical and folk dance forms, western dance forms such as salsa, jazz, hip-hop and contemporary, Indian classical and folk vocal music and western vocal and western instrumental) Visual Arts (which include drawing, colouring, sketching, painting, sculpture and craft work).
Health & Physical Education, (which includes physical exercises, athletics, Yoga and meditation) and Sports (which includes cricket, football, basketball, tennis, skating, taekwando, swimming, volleyball and shooting).
An array of activities under S.U.P.W are conducted. Some of them are Mathematics Club, Science Club, Quiz Club, ICT Club, Sports Club, Robotics, Astronomy, Aeromodelling, English Speech and Drama Club, for collaborative learning as students learn to work together as well as independently.
C.C.E Pattern of Evaluation is followed which comprises of:
|1st Semester (April to September) :||FA1 +FA2 + SA1|
|2nd Semester (Oct to March) :||FA3 + FA4 + SA2|
Major contents of our curriculum learning area includes:
Classes IX & X
- Scholastic Domain
– English, Hindi or Sanskrit or French, Math, Science, Social Science
- Co-Scholastic Domain
Co-scholastic Domain: ‘Co-Scholastic’ refers to those aspects which are related to hand and heart. These include psychomotor skills, physical development, life skills, attitude, values, interests and participation in co-curricular activities.
Life skills: (It consists of thinking, social and emotional skills); Work Education(C.Sc); Visual and Performing Arts(Painting); Attitude towards teachers, schoolmates, school programmes, Environment and value system.
Co-Curricular Activities: Learners have choice in participation from(any two):
1. Literary and Creative skills
2. Science Club
3. Maths Club
7. Aero modeling
9. Health and wellness club
10. Heritage Club
11. Environment Club
13. Disaster Management Club
Health and Physical education: Learners are assessed in any two:
9. Yoga/Gardening/First Aid
Evaluation pattern – CCE(Ninepoint grading scale as per CBSE guidelines)
Classes XI & XII
- Scholastic Domain
– Science Stream – English, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science/Biology/Economics/ Physical Education/Home Science/Painting/Informatics Practices.
– Commerce Stream – English, Business Studies, Accounts, Economics, Math/Physical Education/Home Science/Painting/Informatics Practices.
– Humanities – English, Economics, History, Political Science, Math/Physical Education/Home Science/Painting/Informatics Practices.
- Co-Scholastic Domain
– S.U.P.W/Clubs, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Sports, Physical Education and General Studies.
Students are encouraged to cognize and appreciate the inter-connectedness of all knowledge and the enduring connection between knowledge and values.
Teachers involve learners in interdisciplinary projects thus helping learners recognize and enhance skills such as problem solving, reasoning and creative thinking.