Medium of Teaching

Medium of Teaching

The medium of teaching is English. Every child is encouraged to communicate in English so as to develop fluency and command over this language. Apart from the mother tongue– Hindi and Sanskrit are also taught.
 
Teaching system for Primary Classes:
In the first few formative years of the child, our focus is to develop interest towards learning. Play way Montessori methods are used in the lower Primary Classes.
 
Teaching System for Senior Classes:
In Senior Classes, our focus is to develop social skills, moral values along with complete understanding of the Physical and Materialistic aspects of Education.
 
Teaching Effectiveness:
  • Latest equipments and educational aids are used for effective teaching. ‘Learning through Demonstration’ and ‘Interactive Learning’ techniques are adopted to demonstrate practical application and encourage participation of every child with objectivity and problem solving in approach.
  • Development of ‘self learning attitude’ with consistent progress monitoring and effective supervision.
  • Group Learning to develop habit of learning from others with team work.
  • Detailed Question Banks and extra reference material is provided to all students for all subjects well in advance. 
Computer Aided Learning:
  • Children from all classes are encouraged to enhance their learning through advanced computer Laboratories with Internet and Multimedia facility that is made available to every student.
  • The school provides best technology, Learning aids and educational content.
  • • Special Classes, Lectures, Demonstrations are conducted by expert faculty in specially designed Air– Conditioned Resource Rooms.
  • • Special Study Camps/ extra classes during Summer Holidays by expert faculty for Classes X and XII to prepare students well in advance for the C.B.S.E. examinations.
  • • Special Remedial Classes are organised in Morning/ Evening and on weekends for students weak in any subject.
Evaluation System, Examinations and Promotion Criteria 
Two Summative Assessments (September & March) and four Formative Assessments and Class tests shall be conducted. Students found absent owing to sickness must produce the medical Certificate. Willing absentees shall be marked absent and a strict view of the same shall be taken. Promotions are granted only in deserving cases. No influence in this regard is entertained. Report Cards have to be collected by parents personally. Parents to note that their wards will not be allowed to appear if reported late to school in the exam (FA-1, FA-2, FA-3, FA-4, SA-1 and SA-2).