Pre Primary and Primary

The heart and soul of our educational approach centers on nurturing the well-rounded growth of each child.

The Pre Primary and primary curriculum is designed to cater to the child’s overall development in all areas of functioning.

It refers to an approach that focuses on the overall growth and well-being of a child, encompassing physical, emotional, social, and cognitive aspects. It recognizes that children are unique individuals with diverse needs and abilities.

Ethical Doctrines
Values education helps in shaping students' character by instilling virtues such as honesty, integrity, empathy, and responsibility
It fosters a sense of social responsibility, teaching students the importance of contributing positively to their communities and society at large. It contributes to a holistic education that goes beyond academic achievements, nurturing the overall development of students' character values and well-being.

Scholastic Grooming
Our teaching methodology is grounded in the firm belief that children thrive in an environment where learning is infused with joy through play, hands-on activities, and meaningful interactions with others.
Notion Development is the cornerstone of our educational approach, emphasizing the systematic and progressive cultivation of understanding knowledge and skills in a way that nurtures a deep and meaningful comprehension of the key concepts.
English concepts are developed through interactive reading, storytelling, and creative writing exercises. For Mathematics ,hands-on activities, visual aids, and problem-solving games are used to enhance understanding. In science, experiments, observations, and discussions about the natural world help build foundational concepts.

Kinesthetic Tasks
Activities to promote the development of both fine and gross motor skills.
We Incorporate a variety of activities into a routine that can contribute to a well-rounded motor skills development program for individuals of all ages. Drawing and Coloring to enhance hand-eye coordination. Cutting and Pasting to develop fine motor control. Play dough Activities to strengthen hand muscles. Puzzles to enhance problem-solving skills and fine motor control.

Outdoor Excursions
To provide hands-on, experiential learning opportunities that go beyond traditional classroom settings.
Students can engage with the environment and learn through direct experiences. Outdoor experiences foster a sense of environmental awareness and appreciation. Participants can develop a deeper connection with nature and gain an understanding of ecological systems.

Aesthetic Expression
Teaching the fundamental elements of art, such as line, shape, form, color, texture, and space.
Exploring how the combination of these elements influences the overall aesthetic of an artwork.