Our curriculum prepare students for life – helping them to develop an informed curiosity and lasting passion for learning. It helps students become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged. It equips the students to tackle the demands of tomorrow’s world, capable of shaping a better world for the future. The aim of this curriculum will be to be inclusive – to assist every student, regardless of ability, gender or social and economic circumstances, to reach their individual potential as learners. Across subjects and learning areas, our curriculum develops student competency in areas such as Communication, Collaboration, Critical thinking and Problem-Solving. Our curriculum helps the students, by giving an enthusiasm for learning and the skills to learn independently throughout their lives.
The literacy strategy will be followed with emphasis on exposing children to a wide variety of genres of literature from many cultures. Children will be encouraged to read widely and write creatively and purposely using wide vocabulary, good grammar and spelling.
The numeracy strategy will be followed enabling children, to develop mathematical skills at their own pace and level. There is an emphasis of mental maths, investigation and developing problem solving skills.
Science subject actively involves students in their own learning. Also it helps the students experience science in varied, interesting and enjoyable ways. It assess student understanding at frequent intervals throughout the learning process.
Music, dance, drama and drawing will be taught independently, as well as being imparted across the curriculum. Children will be exposed to many styles of art and music and given opportunity to experiment and develop their own styles, as well as learn to appreciate art.
Technology will be used across the curriculum and use of computers and the Internet is an acknowledged part of learning.
Physical Education (P.E)
We have physical education classes in our school weekly twice, in which we train our students in aerobics, silambam and all sporting activities - hurdles, tournaments, athletics.
Different students have different learning styles and perform differently based on the context of learning. However, continuous monitoring of a child’s behaviour can help in assessing and develop traits to facilitate the child learn which is why we follow continuous evaluation technique. Continuous Evaluation is designed to cover all aspects of a student’s learning and development. Continuous implies regular assessments, frequency of unit testing, analysis of learning gaps, applying corrective measures, retesting and giving feedback to teachers and students for their self-evaluation. This method of evaluating a student helps them greatly in understanding each thematic units.