1. The pre-primary classes follow a judicious blend of the kindergarten and Montessori methods.
2. Classes I to X follow the CBSE curriculum and the school offers the following subjects:
3. Circle Time:
Circle Time, also called group time, refers to any time that a group of people are sitting together for an activity involving everyone. “Quality Circle Time” is a democratic and creative approach used to consider a wide range of issues affecting the whole school community. Students learn and understand the consequences of their behaviour and begin to take on responsibility for themselves and their immediate and wider community. This has been shown to gradually shift responsibility for discipline from the teacher to the children themselves and thereby improve their Emotional Quotient.
4. Extra-Curricular Activities:
The school offers a wide range of activities during school hours. These range from athletics to swimming, basketball to volleyball, ceramics to flower making, music, yoga and many others. There are many activities to choose from during the school year. The programme offered varies seasonally, at the mercy of the weather, as well as from year to year depending on supply and demand. A few of the specialized clubs require a fee, but most are provided within the school framework at no extra charge.
Throughout the academic year, students and faculty attend assemblies which include various activities such as celebrating festivals and reiterating core values