- Exposure to knowledge in various fields is based on a thematic curriculum
- Imbibing skills for lifelong learning
- Instilling a sensitivity to aesthetics through various artistic expressions
At the Primary level
― Integrated and interlinked Curriculum, framed on the guidelines provided by NCERT
― Connecting knowledge to life outside the school and real life situations
― Activity to ensure holistic learning and personality development
― Worksheets to enhance the learning skills
― Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
Middle and Secondary level – Exposure to different aspects of life
― The NCERT prescribed curriculum is followed.
― The focus is on providing opportunity to learn through everyday experiences.
― Foreign Languages are introduced at this level.
― A platform is provided for the development of the latent potential and capacity to every individual.
― The teacher as a co-learner follows a pragmatic methodology that kindles the desire and quest for knowledge as well as the urge to excel.
Senior Secondary level – Exposure to different aspects of life
― Our methodology is a holistic approach through which the learner is able to infer, deduce and generalize information for adapting in real life situation
― The National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT) Curriculum prescribed by CBSE is followed
― The focus is also on the preparation of the students for competitive examinations
Note: The school is yet to commence Senior Secondary classes. However, the curriculum scope would be as above.
― First Term: April ~ July
― Second Term: August ~ November
― Third Term: December ~ March
Subjects taught at different levels
Kindergarten (KG-1, KG-2)
Paper Folding/ Art/ Craft
Picture Reading/ Activities
Primary and Secondary (I - VII)
Second Language (Hindi/ French/ Malayalam)
Third Language (Arabic)
Environment Studies/ Science & Technology
Value Education/ Life Skills
UAE Social Studies
Art & Craft
Book Review – Library