A project-based approach is followed where the child learns individually or in groups and builds experience. Children are encouraged to explore and acquire new skills. Children learn in a realistic environment or in real-life situations and are encouraged to raise questions and find answers to these questions through various methods.
Teaching Methodology for Pre-Primary Wing The school follows a thematic approach by interweaving a project approach and is based on the following points:
Children need large blocks of uninterrupted time to explore activities and master new skills. When children play, they use their imagination and develop creativity. Children develop fine motor skills by working with puzzles, crayons, markers, play dough and boards.
Children experience cause and effect by building up blocks and knocking them down, using sand and water (measuring, pouring, etc.), and rolling cars. Teachers help children's language development by reading to them, singing simple songs with movement and encouraging their participation. Teaching Methodology for Primary and Middle Wing Various new and effective methods of teaching are used to make learning enjoyable. Concepts are taught using a blend of role play, group discussion, quizes, dramatics, poetry, puzzles, presentations, videos, educational games, etc. The school offers varied activities in special rooms: logico-mathematical, music, dance and drama, language lab, art and craft, drawing, the Little Chef program (cooking), weaving, carpentry and pottery. (Sculpture, photography, robotics, and music are additional activities for the Middle Wing.) The school has structured the timetable so that all children engage in co-curricular activities, such as arts, sports, and carpentry, within school hours, along with academic subjects.