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The written curriculum, outlined below, is made up of five essential elements and details what students will learn. The five essential elements of the our education process are:
Knowledge: It is both disciplinary, represented by traditional subject areas (language, maths, science, social studies, arts, PSPE) and transdisciplinary.
Concepts: which students explore through structured inquiry in order to develop coherent, in-depth understanding, and which have relevance both within and beyond subject areas.
Skills: which are the broad capabilities students develop and apply during learning and in life beyond the classroom.
Attitudes: which contribute to international-mindedness and the wellbeing of individuals and learning communities, and connect directly to the IB learner profile
Action: which is an expectation in the PYP that successful inquiry leads to responsible, thoughtful and appropriate action.
‘A good teacher who can take the zero pay and help kids develop physically, emotionally, socially, is literally an angel.’
All the teaching faculty members of the school are qualified, trained and experienced to enhance the joy of learning. They are the facilitators who plant the seed of knowledge, sprinkle them with love and personal involvement and patiently nurture the innate potential of all the learners to produce responsible global citizens of the world.
The institution is co-educational and imparts education from 1st to 8th with the objects of presenting its students for CBSE New Delhi. 1. Each school affiliated/to be affiliated with the Board frame Service Rules for its employees which will be as per Education Act of the State/ U.T. if the Act makes adoption of the same obligatory, otherwise as per Service Rules given in subsequent section. 2. Service Contract will be entered with each employees as per the position in the Education Act of the State / U.T. or as given in Appendix III, if non castigatory as per the State Education Act.
Playground, Laboratories, Kitchen, Library, Art Rooms, Hall and stage, Smaller multi-purpose room, Computer Lab, Smaller classrooms for subject specific groups or split classes, Stores, Separate rooms, Strong-room.