We at school are committed to adopt the recommendations of NEP and NCF for Foundational Stage of education. For us this stage (3 – 8 years) is the most significant stage as the growth at this stage determines the growth of future years. This is the stage when there is a rapid and extensive growth of the brain of a child. Keeping the significance of the age group in mind, our focus is to frame a child centric and child friendly curriculum for their holistic growth. We have adopted the guidelines of NCERT and CBSE and our whole endeavour is to achieve the learning outcomes for each group of Pre School students by the end of the session.  Our teaching learning materials are selected/designed keeping in tandem with the learning outcomes of each class. We focus on the optimum utilization of resources of school and of nearby surroundings for the holistic growth of the tiny tots. Jaadui Pitara of NCERT is an important resource material for us. Besides, we don’t hesitate to partner with parents and community members to seek their expertise for the benefits of our students. Our activities are designed to ensure cognitive development, physical development, aesthetic development, ethical development and cultural development of each child. We have a very robust formative assessment system which allows us to track the progress of every child. We regularly monitor and review our plan based on the achievement of the set goals and bring changes as and when needed.


By the end of Pre School, we aim that every student is able to

   * acquire listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in an age appropriate integrated manner.

   * develop interpersonal communication skill.

   * express own’s thoughts orally and in writing in a meaningful way.

   * understand and interpret instructions and respond meaningfully.

   * acquire age appropriate vocabularies and read & interpret the text materials.

   * develop age appropriate understanding of social issues.


By the end of Pre School, we aim that every student is able to

   * recognise shapes and articulate similarities and differences among them.

   * develop connection between daily life needs and mathematical thinking.

   * develop methods of performing operations on numbers like addition, subtraction etc.

   * use numbers in daily life activities.