Curriculum

SUBJECT AREA:

1. Preparatory: Subjects & Tools of Assessment

S/N

Subject

Tool 1

Tool 2

Tool 3

Tool 4

Tool 5

1

Language & Communication

Identification

Letter-Word Recognition

Word Description

Listening & Speaking Skills

Pre-Writing Skills

2

Cognitive Development

Number Recognition

Colour Identification

Shape Recognition

Number Counting & Writing

Size Recognition

3

Fine Motor

Block Building

Colouring

Printing

Origami/ Collage making

Drawing

4

Gross Motor

Walking & Running

Throwing & catching

Climbing

Movement

Kicking

5

Sensory Development

Tasting

Seeing

Feeling

Smelling

Hearing

6

Life Skills & Work Habit

Good Habit

Self-Help Skills

Emotional Skills

Thinking Skills

Social Skills

7

Performing Skills

Rhymes & songs

Recitation

Music & Movement

Role Play

Games

BENCHMARK LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT IN PREPARATORY STAGE:

On completion of Preparatory class, the children should –

(i)Have a holistic development (language/expression, physical, social, emotional, spiritual, cognitive, sensorial) with readiness to go for formal learning of concepts.

(ii) Have flexibility in body movements (Fine & Gross motor skills).

(iii) Develop a sense of responsibility and personal hygiene.

(iv) Appreciate the art of creativity.

2. Class A: Subjects & Tools of Assessment

S/N

Subject

Tool 1

Tool 2

Tool 3

Tool 4

1

Language – English

Listening & Speaking Skills

Pre-Reading Skills

Writing Skills

Dictation

2

EVS

Conceptual Knowledge

Identification

Classification

Awareness

3

Mathematics

Conceptual Understanding

Number Counting

Number Writing

Number Recognition

4

Motor Skills

Gross Motor

Fine Motor

Self-Help Skills

Good Habit

5

Creative Arts

Drawing & Colouring

Printing

Pasting

Origami/Collage

6

Performing Skills

Rhymes & Songs

Recitation

Role Play

Dance

3. Class B: Subjects & Tools of Assessment

S/N

Subject

Tool 1

Tool 2

Tool 3

Tool 4

1

Language1 - Hindi

Identification

Letter-Word Recognition

Pre-Reading Skills

Writing Skills

2

Language 2 – English

Listening & Speaking Skills

Pre-Reading Skills

Writing Skills

Dictation

3

EVS

Conceptual Knowledge

Identification

Classification

Awareness

4

Mathematics

Conceptual Understanding

Number Counting

Number Writing

Number Recognition

5

Motor Skills

Gross Motor

Fine Motor

Self-Help Skills

Good Habit

6

Creative Arts

Drawing & Colouring

Printing

Pasting

Origami/Collage

7

Performing Skills

Rhymes & Songs

Recitation

Role Play

Dance

BENCHMARK LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT IN PRE-PRIMARY STAGE:

On completion the children should –

(i) Have all round development – physical, cognitive, language, emotional, social, sensorial, creativity, psycho-motor development with readiness to begin formal learning in Class I so that the transition from the Pre-Primary stage to Class I is smooth.

(ii) Be equipped with the necessary skills in –

a) Language – The child is able to listen, speak, read and write (pre-reading & pre-writing) in language to cope with Primary School.

b) Mathematics – The child is equipped with numerical abilities (pre-numeracy).

c) General – The child understands simple concepts related to the environment and science.

4. Class I-V: Curriculum (Subjects & Tools of Assessment)

The curriculum for Class I - V is divided into three main areas viz.

Part-A:                  Scholastic Area

Part-B:                  Co-Scholastic Activities

Part-C:                  Discipline

CLASS I - II

HINDI

ENGLISH

MATH

Ò

EVS

COMPUTER SCIENCE

GK

CLASS III-V

Æ

HINDI & ENGLISH

MATH

SCIENCE

SOCIAL STUDIES

COMPUTER SCIENCE

GK

SCHOLASTIC

 

Identification

Reading/ Dictation

Conceptual Understanding

Conceptual Knowledge

Conceptual Knowledge

Learning Application

Conceptual Knowledge

Letter-Word Recognition

Literature

Mental Ability

Scientific Skills

Understanding

Lab Activity

General Awareness

Pre-Reading Skills

Grammar

Application

Application

Application

Knowledge

Reasoning

Writing Skills

Writing Skills

Time Table

Awareness

Awareness

Value-based

Current affairs

INTERNAL

S.E.A.

ASL

ASL

Math Lab

Practical

Project

Practical

Project

N.S.

Regularity, Punctuality, Neatness, Notebook Upkeep

CO - SCHOLASTIC

Work Education

Art Education

Health & Physical Education

DISCIPLINE

Attendance

Sincerity

Behaviour

Values

BENCHMARK LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT IN PRIMARY STAGE:

The learning goals of primary education prescribed by CBSE is detailed out below:

CURRICULUM

KEY COMPETENCE AREA

Scholastic

- Competence in literature and Language Skills (Listening, Speaking, reading, Writing, Vocabulary & Comprehension)

-  Competence in various subject domains of Science, Social Studies and Mathematics (mathematical and logical thinking)

- Enrichment, nurturing and training of cognitive domain

- Competence in basic computer knowledge

Co-Scholastic

- Competence in various arts and skill areas.

- Competence in desirable overall personality development

- Training and development of Affective domain of learning

Co-Curricular

Work education related to work socially productive and useful

Psycho-social development

Note:

(a) Assessment Parameters for Subject Enrichment Activities (S.E.A.)

ASL             : Language Accuracy, Fluency, Pronunciation, Interactive Communication, Listening

Math Lab   : Follow Instructions, Use of Instruments, Data Interpretation, Observations and Inferences, Neatness of record Book, Viva Voce

Project       : Follow Instructions, Creativity, Information accuracy, Neatness of Record Book, Viva Voce

Practical     : Follow Instructions, Use of Instruments, Data Interpretation, Observations and Inferences, Neatness of record Book, Viva Voce

(b) Co-Scholastic Activities:

Work Education – It is a distinct curricular area for students for participation in social, economic and welfare activities. Students gets a sense of community service and develops self-reliance (for Pre-Vocational Education as per Scheme of Studies). The activities, which may be prescribed by the concerned school authority will be assessed twice in one academic session.

Art Education – It constitutes an important area of curricular activity for development of wholesome personality of the students. The activities, which may also be prescribed by the concerned school authority will be assessed twice in one academic session.

Health & Physical Education – Indigenous sports and games must be encouraged in the schools creating a sense of physical fitness, discipline, sportsmanship, patriotism, self-sacrifice and health care.

(c) Discipline: It significantly impacts career shaping and it helps build character. Sincerity, good behavior and values develop strength and foster unity and cooperation. Therefore, the element of discipline has been introduced in schools. Class teachers will be responsible for grading the students on a 3-point scale (A-C) twice in one academic session.