Our educational aim is to harness inherent ability in every child to understand the world around him/her. We, at Nursery Section tend to think that a good academic background at an early stage inspires self confidence in a child and helps to widen his mental horizons.

The Nursery curriculum is well balanced, combining the play with the academics. We introduce the quirks of pencil control, 3 R’s (READING, WRITING, ARITHMETIC), phonic sounds of the English alphabet, arts, rhythm movement, flexibility and suppleness of the body and expression through speech, gesticulation and dramatisation.

In K.G., the children are introduced to a more concrete form of education, brought about through READING, WRITING and CONVERSATIONAL SKILLS. In this section we unfold Visual Arts which include PAINTING, DRAWING, MODELLING or CONSTRUCTION , PAPER CUTTING, PAPER FOLDING, SPONGE and STRING PAINTING, FINGER and VEGETABLE PRINTING, etc.
Imagination is vital for creation and the new, bright and colourful ACTIVITY ROOM is an area which provides the tiny tots to let their imagination go wild. Toys of various sizes and kinds are there for the child to use them. They learn discipline, generosity & the art of sharing and above all an individual flair for creativity.

Assemblies spark learning because it is an area where children come together, learn from and about others. Teachers provide the additional flame of knowledge by broaching various subjects like discipline, environment and scientific marvels. Taking a cue from the teachers, children are encouraged to narrate stories or perform little skits.

The additional facet of knowledge is SPORTS. It is not only fun, it is fun with learning. A competitive spirit and value for pursuing excellence is instilled in children through sports. That is why the K.G. Section lays a heavy stress on this aspect of knowledge. 

Conventional wisdom has it that 90% PERSPIRATION and 10% INSPIRATION assures success. The young scholars are therefore encouraged to participate in competitions such as DRAWING, HAND WRITING, STORY TELLING, RECITATION and COLOURING etc. to realize the potential in every child.


The Primary Section is managed by an excellent team of experienced and able staff. The number of students in each section of a class is kept deliberately low to ensure that teachers build a personal rapport with students, and that every child receives individual attention.

COMPUTER studies is an essential part of the curriculum. An excellent ART DEPARTMENT run by able and highly motivated staff is a prominent feature. Stress is laid on LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT through communication skills. Children are encouraged to CONVERSE IN ENGLISH in the classrooms and at games. Specially prepared questionnaires to encourage English speaking in students are introduced in the pre-primary curriculum.


At this level children begin to get opportunities to develop SELF RELIANCE, SELF DISCIPLINE, SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY and LEADERSHIP. Besides the primary object of providing a SOUND GENERAL EDUCATION endeavour is made to develop a sense of INITIATIVE AND DRIVE in the children. Other than Indoor and Outdoor Games including swimming the students will actively participate in DEBATE , ELOCUTION, EXTEMPORE, QUIZ, etc.


At this level curriculum as set by C.B.S.E. is followed. The wide range of co - curricular and extra - curricular activities including games, sports, etc. is available to the students for personality enhancement.

ART AND SCIENCE clubs will provide activities like DRAMATICS, PLAYS and DRAMA, ELOCUTION, ESSAY WRITINGS, SCIENCE EXHIBITION, STUDY TOURS, QUIZ PROGRAMME and SEMINARS etc. Computer Training will be an essential part of school curriculum at all levels.


Remedial Classes For Slow Learners

School provides extra coaching in academics to weak children through ‘Remedial Classes’ held on alternate Saturdays with a view to help them to overcome their deficiency.

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