Academic Curriculum

The curriculum of the school has been developed keeping in mind the highest international standards and creative good practice. We provide excellent student teacher ratios and teams of highly committed teachers who are dedicated to maximizing student potential. Educators are grouped according to Faculties that work across curricula and integrate their teaching learning process.

SHREE JI PUBLIC SCHOOL provides opportunities for the young child to develop physically, socio-emotionally and intellectually. We build a strong foundation from which children can grow to become active life-long learners. The children:

  • Develop confidence in themselves and their ability to learn.
  • Demonstrate curiosity and the ability to focus their attention.
  • Acquire a level of communicative competence that is personally satisfying.
  • Acquire social skills and abilities which enable them to relate to other children and to adults.
  • Remain true to their individual natures, being free to develop to their own potential.

A full day encompasses Circle Time, Show and Tell, Art, Craft, Clay, Music, Dance, Language, Number work, free play and projects related to an understanding of their world.

A spirit of enquiry goes hand in hand with the sound acquisition of language and numeracy skills. Our aim is to offer a broad and balanced curriculum. The subject areas are English, Hindi, Mathematics, Social Studies, General Science and Environmental Studies, Music, Dance, Drama, Art, Technology, Physical Education and Personal, Social and Health Education. The assessment of student work is continuous and broad in its scope. Students are encouraged to reflect on their work and assessment and make efforts for continuous improvement.

The middle school years are a time of significant intellectual, physical, social and emotional growth. Students are helped to keep pace with the accelerated academic challenges and get support in acquiring life skills. They are assisted with study skills, organization of work and gain confidence at performing under examination conditions. Pastoral care is a priority for the school and great care and attention is taken to ensure that there is regular contact between students and teachers. The academic subject areas include History, Geography and Civics and a third language is added to the curriculum. The programs is supported by individual and group activities outside the regular curriculum, as well as guest speakers, community projects and intensive intra and inter school activities.

Moving into class 9 in the senior school entails a longer working day, and more organized study time for students, who, at this stage, are expected to become more independent in their learning; however, a close and supportive relationship continues to exist between students and teachers. To ensure continuity between teachers and students, teachers take students up from class 8 through to class 9 in many subjects.

In the senior school the educational programme shifts in its emphasis towards preparation of students in the syllabus for the RBSE examinations. Students take an internally administered cumulative exam for the first time at the end of class 9.

The academic curriculum is balanced by arts and crafts, dramatics, sports and participation in a variety of clubs ranging from journalism, to astronomy and chess. Participation in other work of the centre such as afforestation, rural health, and rural education is also encouraged and organized. Students are also encouraged to research topics of their interest and present these at morning assemblies. Assemblies, student-council meetings and specially convened staff-student meetings are forums where discussion and debate over issues of concern in the school community or in the world are encouraged. Culture classes - intended to extend intellectual and emotional horizons of the students remain an integral part of the timetable, right until class 12.

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