Children will be observed minutely on daily/weekly/monthly basic by creating curiosity in the child, where by the student will ask many questions, encourage the imaginative skills and enhance the child's learning power. The class-teacher will interactwith the parents fortnightly or as and when the need arises and will discuss the areas of concern. The educator will maintain all the records of the student in a prescribed format and note down her observations accordingly. At the end of the session the entire resord will be handed over to the educator of the next class. The Kindergarten Programme makes use of a range of individual and group activities which create a lively and positive learning environment. games, songs, creative projects, story-telling, role-playing, drawing and painting help develop children's foundational skills in literacy and numeracy. They are encouraged to play, explore and discover through dance, music, art and craft. Singing, rhyming and reciting are employed in the language Arts, and the Phonics programme.
The Kindergarten Programme makes use of a rang og individual and group activities which create a lively and positive learing environment. Games, songs, creative projects, story-telling, role-playing, drawing and painting help develop children's foundational skills in literacy and numeracy. They are encouraged to
Punctuality of the students
Discipline of the students
General behavior of the students
Academic Records (Students performance in both the assessments in the form of the report card)
Active Participation of the students in different activities, competition achievements and creativity.
Overall Personality Development Areas of observation.
There are plenty of books, encyclopedies, picture books, activity books, dictionaries. The library has books on literature in Hindi, Urdu, and English. We have around 20,500 books in our library for varied age groups.