Curriculum & Syllabus

Academics

The School follows CBSE at Primary, Junior and Senior School.For the latest curriculum and syllabus being followed, please visit this link

Nursery & Kindergarten Curriculum

Ideally, a child enters one of our Pre-Primary classrooms as a two+ and remains in that same environment for three consecutive years. By the time a child has completed a three-year Kindergarten Cycle (encompassing the traditional pre-school and kindergarten ages) the child is comfortable working independently, to complete a complex series of tasks happily.
Kindergarten classes are generally divided evenly between 2 1/2 year olds, 3 year olds, and 4 year olds at the start of the School year. Each child progresses at a pace that is individually appropriate in each curriculum area, allowing each student to feel successful and challenged at all times.

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Primary School Curriculum

Ideally, a child enters one of our Pre-Primary classrooms as a two+ and remains in that same environment for three consecutive years. By the time a child has completed a three-year Kindergarten Cycle (encompassing the traditional pre-school and kindergarten ages) the child is comfortable working independently, to complete a complex series of tasks happily.The curriculum is based on facts about how children develop and learn emphasising upon:
Acquisition of skills, Learning of Concepts, Language skills to express needs, Visual discrimination skills for reading – writing readiness, Sorting and classification skills, Concepts of shape, space, time, measurement and numbers, Gross and fine motor skills to learn to get along with others, Problem solving skills to foster Reasoning ,Decision making and creativity to build a wholesome personality that is well rounded.
Teachers, who undergo frequent training for sensitisation towards the psychological, social as well as academic aspects of students, continue to be the best teaching aid. However, the U.S.P of the primary section in the NIMT are the 100% smart classes, the activity-based teaching for each subject, experiential learning, lab activities, small group activities and a wide variety of co-curricular activities allowing each child the freedom to find his/her areas of strengths and interests.

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Multiple opportunities are offered to each child for public speaking from the time they enter Grade 1 through Grade 5, eking our students into confident, self-assured individuals who are not just prepared to get moulded in the ways of the world; they mould the world to their ways.

Middle School Curriculum

[dropcap style=”style1″]T[/dropcap]he curriculum is designed to support optimal learning for the young adolescent. Specifically, the Sixth Grade program provides its students the opportunity to transition smoothly to the middle school culture. Teachers of this grade focus on helping students in the areas of organisation, study skills, and basic strategies designed to help the students identify their learning style and how they learn best in order to prepare for the future middle school courses. Students are encouraged to become active participants in their learning journey. The Seventh Grade program continues with the development of the whole child as it builds on the foundation begun in sixth grade.

Students in the seventh grade refine and develop skills and strategies learned in sixth grade as they are encouraged to think more critically and more deeply about the material being covered. Class participation and discussion become key skills as students further develop higher order and abstract thinking skills. The Eighth Grade program provides experiences and opportunities for students to develop skills and strategies both to culminate their development in the previous Middle School grades and to prepare for high school. Writing, discussion, project planning, organisation, critical thinking, and creative expression are all emphasised to ensure competency in preparation for their future academic endeavours.

Secondary School Curriculum

[dropcap style=”style2″]T[/dropcap]he knowledge and skills gained during the Middle School years equip the students with a firm academic foundation to pursue a variety of educational options in the future. Throughout the curriculum, students are presented with the opportunities to research, solve problems and come to their own conclusions and make decisions.
The afternoon activity programme provides each child an opportunity to build a spare time interest or hobby and engage in creative and constructive pursuits. Sports and hobbies play a role in drawing out talent and building character and team spirit.

Responsible and upright behaviour are an expression of the school culture.
At this stage, students have the choice of a curriculum leading to the All India Secondary School Examination conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. The school also intends to offer students the option to sit for the ICSE examination through its group school at this stage.