Student Life

Play School & Kindergarten

Our commitment to each child as an individual; combined with a dedicated professional staff, extends an affectionate and stimulating environment where children feel safe and free to explore the world around them.

We believe that play is the essential work of childhood and very important part in developing cognitive, emotional, and problem –solving skills. The curriculum provides the basis upon which the academic areas of language arts, reading, mathematics, science and social studies are established.

Our preschool classrooms are well equipped with the material that encourage imagination and socialization-including books, blocks, manipulatives, paints, dramatic play, eurhythmics, kinesthetic and sensory activity.

Hands on experiences and opportunities for children to repeatedly try new skills and experiments with new knowledge are the goals of each teaching-learning moment. It is made sure that children feel safe to take risks as they explore the world around them.

Primary School

At the primary level there is emphasis on development-based curriculum and students learn the essential concepts of each subject. Special stress is laid on inculcating optimistic attitude and healthy habits for positive self-esteem.

Foundation in reading, creative writing, communication, science and mathematics are strengthened in a well-planned learning process that makes teaching-learning personalised and meaningful.

In the primary school we focus on developing skills so that the students seek to foster academic achievement and stimulate critical thinking. Students are encouraged to constructively question for things around them.

Each child’s progress is closely monitored and regularly reported to parents, enabling them to work together in partnership with the school.
While English is the language of instruction, students are also offered the option of learning an additional language, Indian or Foreign.

Middle School

During the middle school, the student’s intellectual, aesthetic, physical and cultural growth is intensified and extended. Setting a high standard facilitates the smooth transition from childhood to adolescence. Each child is given confidence that they can succeed. They are made active partners by building respectful teacher-learner relationships that take learners’ viewpoint and experiences into account.

Using assessment for learning to help learners assess their work, reflect on how they learn, and become active members of the process.

Subjects at the middle level:

English, Hindi/ Punjabi, Third language, Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Computer Education.

Art and Craft, Music, Dance, Physical Education, Home Science