Our curriculum, as per the formulations of the board of Matric schools, is entirely learner centric . It facilitates and promotes knowledge, understanding, self-discovery, self-learning, analytical skills and, above all, kindles the spirit of enquiry on the part of the learner. It discourages rote learning. In our scheme of things, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities gain as much prominence as academics.

Group Major Subjects
Group I A Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science
Group I B Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology
Group III A Commerce, Economics, Computer Science, Accountancy.
Group III B Commerce, Economics, Business Maths, Accountancy.


Activity based Playway Method of teaching

Children learn by participating in fun filled activities.

Rhymes Project

This is designed to equip children to present with rhyme, rhythm , expressions and also develop presentation skills.



The focus is on learning with understanding. Enriching activities bring joy and promote self learning too. Meaningful and purposeful projects ensure experiential learning.

Friday Projects

Every Friday, children get to display what they have learned by working on the projects. Parents are also invited to witness the projects.


Comprehensive and continuous assessment of acquired knowledge and skills is made.



Our focus is on developing knowledge and skills and providing ample opportunities for applying these in relevant situations through laboratory experimentation and projects.

Vedic Maths

Incorporating Vedic Mathematics in the curriculum has served many a purpose. Offering coherence and flexibility these techniques promote creativity, mental agility, efficiency and speed in mathematical calculations. Additionally they are easy ,appealing and fun to learn and apply. Above all, students get to appreciate the wealth of our ancient knowledge systems and perpetuate the same for future generations.

Friday Activities

These well designed activities serve as an extension of regular class room teaching to reinforce learning and also help the teacher gauge levels of understanding of individual students. Assessment is made along with the consolidated term end evaluation.


Assessment is continuous and comprehensive and is based on performance in various activities. Term end exams are given 80% weightage while the Friday activities and regular classroom activities are given a 20% weightage.


While the general focus of this section of students and the parents is on the preparation for the Board examinations, we believe in developing the overall personality of our students. Our life skills education equips them with skills required to lead a wholesome life and also face challenges effectively.


We believe that continuous practice helps in students performing their best in exams. Daily tests and term end exams help us gauge and fine tune students towards excellence.


Interactive smart boards provide a dynamic learning environment and facilitate understanding of abstract concepts effectively.


Mindspark is a computer-based adaptive learning system which primarily uses questions to help children learn. The questions are 'finely-graded' meaning that there are a very large number of questions of gradually increasing levels of difficulty. Questions are specially designed to test understanding and to help students clear misconceptions. There is very little emphasis on instruction due to the belief that students learn when they have to think – either to answer a question, or do an activity on the computer. This is also done as we see Mindspark as complementary to the teacher and in fact an unobtrusive professional development tool for the teacher himself/herself.

Mindspark is an adaptive learning program that helps:

  •   Students learn Maths by employing a constructivist theory of learning by answering questions that are appropriate to their current understanding. Each student is given a login and a password that enables them to solve the objective type questions in the current maths topics they deal in the class.
  •   Supports teachers in schools to teach to where the need is.
  •   Teachers of primary and middle level discuss and analyze the constraints faced by them and go for the immediate remedy.
  •   Students are privileged to access this Mindspark programme even at home.

Creya Learning Program

Learning through a process of active engagement with experience. Inspiration is driven through a system of learning that focuses on skills, knowledge, understanding, values, ideas and feelings.

Providing the right tools and opportunities to develop analytical thinking and creativity.

Every Activity, every Project, every Challenge, every moment in the Creya Learning Studio is an opportunity to ask questions, think critically and make informed decisions.

This is a part of the curriculum only for the students of middle level from Std 6 to 8 .