Primary Programme

A Holistic Education for Joyful Juniors

Our programme for primary years is designed to be a joyful experience for students between 5.5 to 11.5 years, an age where physical and mental growth is accelerated and all encompassing.

At this critical juncture, our faculty step in to identify, nurture and grow the students academic and non-academic interests in such a way that information passed to them is measured and engaging, making the learning of the rigorous CBSE curriculum a fun and joyful experience.

Academics - Active, Cognitive and Collaborative Learning

Our Academic Programme from Grades 1 and above focuses on strengthening the Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes using Active, Cognitive and Collaborative Learning Strategies.

Classroom instruction is designed to be a fine blend of teacher direction as well as student initiative. The Learner is guided by expert teachers to take ownership of learning, while the focus of teaching goes beyond acquisition of knowledge, encouraging students to use the concepts and lessons learnt to draw conclusions and co create new knowledge.

These strategies promote active and collaborative learning which is in sync with the best international trends in teaching and learning.

Activities

Extra-Curricular Activities

These programs are timetabled within school days and offer variety of choice in sports, arts, Music and dance. A range of clubs are available for the student to select from. The Radio Club, Movie making club, reading club, Eco Club, Nikon Photography Club, Gavels & Toastmasters.

Squash

Basketball

karate

Badminton

Swimming

Soccer

Cricket

Chess

Co-Curricular Activities

For our students, the rigour of academics is well-balanced by proper exposure to sports through Co-curricular activities, physical education and a Cricket Academy.

Nikon Club

Elocution

Music Club

Model United Nations

Dance Club

Debate Club

External Bench marking assessments

1) CAT4, International Math Olympiad, National Science Olympiad, Cyber Olympiad, International English Olympiad to asses the level and Young Learners for identification of potential and making necessary provisions for student with varied learning style.

2) DA and ASSET are external bench marking assessments that help students and teachers to identify the gaps in skill acquisition and subsequent adaptations in teaching and learning strategy.