Assessments in Pre-Primary School
Assessment in Pre-Primary group is based on continuous observation. Children are engaged in activities and different modes of learning and assessed on the basis of a comprehensive checklist comprising multiple observational parameters.
Assessments in Primary School
The syllabus becomes broader based at this level and gradually the young learner is exposed to a wide range of subjects and study material which is suitably graded in accordance with the CBSE norms.
As early as class I, students learn to work on computers in the Multimedia Lab which has been especially equipped to meet the needs of the young learners.
From class V onwards, the school offers the students the choice to learn any one of the two languagesSanskrit, and French as Third Language. In order to inculcate moral values and general awareness among the students, interactive sessions are held in the Value education classes. The teaching of all the subjects is done using interactive boards. This makes learning a joyful experience for students.
Assessments in Senior School
From Class VI to class X the academic curriculum as well as the co-curricular activities, encourages creativity, aesthetics and adventure. All students study English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology), Social Science (History, Civics and Geography) and an optional language (French, or Sanskrit). Co-curricular activities include (Art, Music, Dance, Clubs and House activities), Physical and Health Education and Computer Education.
There are two types of Assessments: - Formative & Term Examinations. The periodic assessments in each semester comprise of Monday tests, activities, and oral assessments. These assessments provide continuous feedback to both the teachers and the learners to take decisions regarding appropriate modifications in the transactional procedures and learning activities.
The Term End Examination, which is a pen and paper examination, is carried out at the end of each Term (Half Yearly and Final), measures or 'sums up' how much a student has learnt from the prescribed course. Evaluation of the Scholastic Aspect is conducted according to the C.B.S.E.