The transition from preschool to primary is a crucial time of change, at IPS our pre-school curriculum ensures smooth transition to primary school with a meaningful and progressive learning experience. In addition to age-appropriate activities in the school, which prepares a child for success in life; various other activities are conducted in the areas of language, numbers, general knowledge, music, as well as art, in a planned manner throughout the programme.
Key areas that the primary school curriculum addresses are listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, building a strong foundation in mathematics, an introduction to the subjects of science and social studies, a grasp over the second language i.e. Hindi/Sanskrit/Nepali/Mizo/Thai/Urdu, nurturing an interest in arts, craft, music and dance and also emphasis on physical education and sport.
Our School Stickly implemets " No Homework Policy " for Children of Class I and II
Teachers, students and parents continue to be partners in the learning process as they explore and make connections across subjects, develop critical thinking and apply their knowledge to real-life situations. The acquisition of new knowledge is made more meaningful through opportunities to apply it. Projects, exhibitions, presentations or field trips ensure that the learner finds many avenues to see the theory in practice.
The primary objective is to provide a solid and unshakeable foundation in the core subject areas of science, mathematics, social science, language and environmental studies. It is not limited to textbook learning alone – instead our experiential curriculum provides hands-on learning, teaches macro concepts, encourages free expression and develops creative and critical thinking faculties. As per the board guidelines, the prime focus of our curriculum is on innovations in teaching-learning methodologies by devising student friendly and student centered paradigms.