Curriculum is designed into five main area of Learning.
- Social Science
- Arts, Physical Education & Computer Technology
Lower Primary (Std 1 to 5)
As Medium of Teaching is English, for English Medium School English is learned as a First Language and its study starts from Class – I in Primary Section and continue trough out all classes. Study of English includes Text and Grammar. Gujarati being a mother tongue is learned as a Second Language and its study also starts from Class – I and continue trough out all classes. Hindi being a National Language is introduced in class III and studied formally from class IV. The language curriculum aims to develop the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in a variety of contexts and train students to be able to adapt language to suit different tasks, audiences and purposes. It aims to develop confidence in the students so that they can use their skills and abilities effectively. It helps to develop students’ critical abilities – to analyze and critically evaluate diverse texts and to equip learners with the language to question ideas and articulate their point of view.
To develop core Mathematical skill in student, Mathematics is included from Class – I in Primary Section and continues developing the skill till Class – VIII in Primary Section. The Math Curriculum helps students develop strategies that improve their logical thinking and analytical ability. It helps to develop the ability to approximate and estimate, to use trial and improvement techniques, look for patterns and make hypothesis. It helps in development of computational skills and spatial intelligences.
In classes I and II, Science is treated as Environmental Education where it is a combination of four dimensions of environment namely: Physical Environment, Geographical Environment, Cultural Environment and Social Environment. In classes III & IV, it is treated as General Science. The Science curriculum offers students the opportunity to be curious, to question, to investigate, to formulate hypothesis, design and carry out experiments, make critical observations and record results.
4. Social Science
In classes I and II, Social Science is treated as Environmental Education where it is a combination of four dimensions of environment. These are Physical, Geographical, Cultural and Social Environment. In classes III to V students study Social Science which reflects components of History, Geography, Social and Political Structures. The Social Science curriculum aims to develop in students an understanding and evaluation of the social, political, economic and environmental dimensions of the world, and helps them formulate and justify arguments in response to a diverse range of issues.
5. Arts, Physical Education & Information Technology:
Students learn Drawing as an art. Study of Drawing will create interest in Arts, develop skills and help students in achieving certain values like patience and perfection. Implementing Physical Education as a part of curriculum contributes to the physical fitness aspect and all-round development of students. The subject is unique in the sense that it seeks to promote basic body management developing into the mastery of coordinated and skilful movements. Physical Education will be a compulsory element of the curriculum for every class, from Class – I. Study Information Technology will help students assess the impact of new technologies on society and train them to use these productively. The focus of the program is to help the students to understand the use of common software applications and use technology to enhance their ability to access, evaluate and research information.