Foundation School- Aadhar
Covering Prarambh (Nursery), Aarambh-I (K.G.-I),Aarambh-II (K.G.-II), and Pragti (Class-I), the foundation school adopts a non-formal approach to learning. Children here are encouraged to explore their environment while also being taught basic concepts in language, Mathematics, Computers, art an craft, dance and music. Activities at this level are designed to develop fine motor skill and enhance sensory deployment with an integration of physical education through trained personnel.
Primary School- Prathmic
Spanning classes II -V, the junior school is the child’s introduction to full day school. This stage of school aims to build on the child’s growing spirit of discovery and exploration. Emphasis is placed on the acquisition of sound language skill, mathematical concepts and scientific fundamentals. Regular project work enables students to gain awareness and in-depth knowledge. The children are encouraged to develop well study habits and a love for learning.
Middle School- Madhyamic
Comprising classes VI to VIII, this stage sees the introduction of a third language, Sanskrit as well the detailing of History, Geography, Physics, Chemistry and Biology as separate subject and all the excitement of their first examination. SENIOR SCHOOL-AROH Comprising classes IX to XII, the senior school is where early life’s lessons are put to test. Rigorous practice and study techniques with special emphasis on analysis and conceptualization are woven into curriculum, as students prepare to appear for their CBSE examinations.
The school year commences in April and concludes at the end of March in the following year.
Each academic year is divided into term (First and Second Terms).
The first term runs till September and the second term from October to end of march.
The school has a summer break from April 3rd week to 3rd week of June. Thereafter there is a short break over Diwali and Dusshera another during winter over Christmas.
Class size are strictly limited to 35 children and a 20:1student teacher ratio ensures that each child gets individual
The school is divided into four houses and each child is allotted a House upon joining, as Inter-House activities from an important part of the school calender. While each House Symbolizes a “ Gyan ” or an ideal that is both admired and Desired in our children, we want all students to graduate the school having imbibed all four of them.
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