CURRICULUM – State Syllabus

The SSLC Curriculum is a STATE-wide curriculum that encourages and enables a child to think, study and answer independently. Lateral thinking stimulates the mind and true education is achieved.

We also have varied books from different authors & publications that are handpicked for every class that would help them understand the morals of humanity.

SCHOOL TIMINGS (Monday to Friday)

  • VIDYAKUNJ || NURSERY, LKG & UKG : 09:15 AM – 12:30 PM
  • SES || Class I to X : 09:15 AM – 03:45 PM


Our teaching method of education is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning and collaborative play. In the classrooms children make creative choices in their learning, while the classroom and the trained teacher offer age-appropriate activities to guide the process. Children work in groups and individually to discover and explore knowledge of the world and to develop their maximum potential. We maintain a healthy teacher-student ratio for personal attention as well as for healthy competition.

Programmes are designed to teach by play, songs, sports and creative activities. They learn discipline, to eat by themselves, enjoy singing, music, learn alphabets, numbers, rhymes, stories and enjoy coming to school. A Child’s mind is like a sponge and absorbs knowledge readily. Celebrations like Fruit salad day, Color day, Grandparents day, Festivals, Field Trips etc. fill their days.


Success looks different now than it did in the past. High-achieving people are frequently choosing to opt out of the traditional job market and create their own jobs. Successful people increasingly expect to be able to Live & work anywhere in the world, travel as often as they like, for as long as they like, change what they’re working on to keep up with their interests and abilities, enjoy earning potential that is not capped by a salary figure, work with peers across the globe, outsource things they don’t like doing, choose their own hours and office.


Growing up with this level of technology means growing up with a completely unprecedented amount of information at your fingertips. There are kids who have never been more than a few seconds away from the answers to their questions, with everything just a quick search away. They are able to teach themselves about any topic they are interested in without even leaving their bedroom. They are digital natives, as comfortable using apps and code as their grandparents were flipping pages.

The students in our schools today are intelligent, independent and extremely capable. They are skilled with technology and comfortable with global and intercultural communication. We can expect that future generations are going to have even more experience in these areas.


A 21st century education is about giving students the skills they need to succeed in this new world, and helping them grow the confidence to practice those skills. With so much information readily available to them, skills focus more on making sense of that information, sharing and using it in smart ways.

  • Creativity
  • Critical thinking
  • Communication
  • Collaboration

These four themes are not to be understood as units or even subjects, but as themes that should be overlaid across all curriculum mapping and strategic planning. They should be part of every lesson in the same way as literacy and numeracy.


While digital integration is also fundamental to a thorough 21st century education, it is not enough to simply add technology to existing teaching methods. Technology must be used strategically to benefit students. Students are increasingly advanced users of technology even as they enter school for the first time, so this can often mean being open to the possibilities presented rather than attempting to teach and prescribe the use of certain programs. Many a classroom ‘technology class’ has baffled children by attempting to teach them about programs, websites and hardware that are no longer relevant or that they understand far better than the teacher does.


21st century schools are also responding to demand by moving into international education. ISC Research have tracked these changes in their research. In the past, international schools were primarily for the families of military personnel and diplomats. In the year 2000 there were 2,500 international schools globally with fewer than one million students attending, but in December 2016 there were over 8,600 international schools with almost 4.5 million students. The vast majority of these students are now local children hoping to attend university in the West. Schools which aren’t traditional ‘international schools’ are also striving to create an internationally connected education through travel opportunities, exchange programs, school partnerships, international school leadership, and online communication. Learning to be a global citizen is crucial in a world where technology is erasing borders, and you don’t necessarily need an international education masters degree to incorporate this into your teaching.


The ability to think critically and creatively, to collaborate with others, and to communicate clearly sets students up for success in their careers, but also empowers them to lead happier, healthier lives.

Bringing our school into the 21st century requires taking the lead instead of trailing behind, actively seeking out new ways of doing things and staying in touch with the world outside of the education system. Change on a broad scale requires leadership in the classroom and across the school community, but every teacher can take steps immediately to help their students succeed.



  • Computer Laboratory: Fully equipped computer labs. Qualified teachers assist students one on one.
  • Audio Visual Room: Teacher education solutions in classes bring alive the lessons in the class room. Knowledge is available at the click of a mouse. A picture is worth a thousand words! Concepts are easily explained and recall of lessons is high.
  • Physical Training: Training kids for fitness is the main criteria due to constrained space for activities.
  • Auditorium: Used to perform DANCE, SKITS, DEBATE, QUIZ, SINGING, THEATER & all group activities.
  • Talk Shows: Celebrities from different cadre come over to part their experiences and learning to the children.