Middle School is a pre-cursor to High School life, where the student works closely with the teacher on his/her strengths and weakness.
The most important goal during Middle School years is to develop a regular study routine, habit and work on the overall development of the child’s attitude. The Middle School follows the CBSE curriculum and components issued by the NCERT.
In the words of Ken Robinson-“Creativity is as important now in education as literacy and we should treat it with the same status.”
The following are the subjects for the Middle School:
- Second language/Third language
- Social Science
- Computer Science
- General Knowledge
- Virtual labs
- Communicative English
- Reports on conduct, academic and co-curricular progress are sent to parents at the end of each term. Parents at the end of each term. Parents are most welcome to discuss any point pertaining to the child’s progress with the class teacher. The parents are also encouraged to meet the Principal after prior appointment.
- Grades V, VI and VII have Term based assessments;
Term I- Periodic Test I (PT I)+ Mid- Term Examination
Periodic Test 1 – Average of 2 cycles of Monday Tests.
Term II – Periodic Test II (PT II) + Annual Examination
Periodic Test II- Average of 2 cycles of Monday tests.
- In the Mid-Term Examination, the assessment is done on the basis of a written exam. For Classes V to VII 80 marks, on syllabus covered till announcement of Mid-Term Examination dates by school. +20 marks from periodic test, subject enrichment activities and portfolio.
- The final exam is a cumulative assessment with syllabus coverage below:
- Classes V to VII: 10% of first covering significant topics+ entire syllabus of 2nd term.
Grades are awarded for good performances in sports and/or Arts activities.