The School will remain Close for all the Classes on 9th Nov 2019

Kindergarten Curriculum

Kindergarten Curriculum

The NVPS Academic Team plans the curriculum based on the multiple intelligence theory of Howard Gardener of Harward University. In a class situation , this theory allows the students to benefit from each other’s strength , and to develop their competence in their weaker as in their stronger ‘intelligence’. The school has MI centres to develop the eight different intelligences to account for a broader range of human potential in children.

The curriculum celebrates knowledge concepts, the Environment , Language and computing Skills, Behavioural Skills and Indian Culture and Festivals. All curricular and co-curricular activities revolve around these topics. Teachers introduce these topics to children , discuss and explain their importance in their lives. After the introduction of a particular topic, it is followed up by number of creative , follow up activities ensuring the child’s participation. The unit of the books are self designed by the team of experienced teachers under the guidelines of Principal in order to sharpen learners’ interactive skills and to provide them a bright spectrum of learning.

  1. Linguistic Intelligence (Word Smart)
  2. Logical Mathematical Intelligence ( number /reasoning smart)
  3. Spatial Intelligence ( picture smart)
  4. Musical Intelligence (music smart)
  5. Bodily – kinesthetic intelligence (body smart)
  6. Interpersonal Intelligence (people smart)
  7. Intra- personal Intelligence ( self smart)
  8. Naturalistic Intelligence( Nature smart)

Assessment

Our students’ assessments are built around multiple indicators which comprises of two special assessments and two recaps in each academic year.


Primary Curriculum

At the primary level , we focus on the development of oral as well as written expression, creative writing, critical thinking and mathematical skills. The teaching learning process at this level is interactive and conscious effort is made to integrate subjects, thus helping children to move from the known and explore the unknown.