Curriculum

CBSE School (National Curriculum)

Primary Wing

  • CBSE Curriculum

Secondary Wing

  • CBSE Curriculum
  • Integrated Foundation Course

Primary Curriculum – Subjects

Class I Class II Class III Class IV Class V
English English English English English
Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
EVS EVS Science Science Science
G.K. G.K. Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies
Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science
Value Education Value Education Value Education Value Education Value Education
Languages – Class: I – V
II Language : Tamil, Hindi III Language- Tamil, Hindi (only V class)

Secondary Curriculum –Scholastic Subjects

Class – VI Class-VII Class-VIII Class-IX Class-X
English English English English English
Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
Science Science Science Science Science
Social Science Social Science Social Science Social Science Social Science
Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science
Value Education Value Education Value Education Work Experience:- (Computer Science, Animation, First Aid etc.) Work Experience:- (Computer Science, Animation, First Aid etc.)
Languages II Language III Language
VI – VIII Tamil, Hindi, Sanskrit & French* Tamil, Hindi, Sanskrit & French

Tests, Assessments and Evaluation

  • Regarding tests and evaluation, the CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) recommended by CBSE is followed.
  • The academic year is divided into two terms; March to September and October to March
  • Each term is divided into two sub terms, each having six weeks, during which teaching, learning and continuous & comprehensive evaluation takes place. In each sub term there are five formative evaluations (15 + 15 Marks) using various tools and strategies. At the end of each sub term pen and paper test is conducted for 20 marks. The consolidated result of the CCE for each sub term is added to the final result. Date sheet is given for pen and paper test (20 marks) in the log sheet whereas formative evaluation will be conducted daily in one subject. Hence, it is imperative that the student must be regular to school and must attend all the tests, in order to get good grades