CBSE School Curriculum Mission and Goals- affiliated to cbse - and follows ncert curriculum.
The curriculum adopts the following principles:
- The teaching methodology is child centered focusing on character formation and equipping children to meet the needs of the
- Varying Methods depends on different behavioural traits, interests and aptitudes.
- We believe in experiential learning and activity-based methodology using audio-visual aids making it more effective.
- Education should aim at the all-around development of the child so that he/she may be able to contribute his/her mite in
building loving and peaceful society on liberty, fraternity and equality.
- We give our students space for creative ideas by imparting the curriculum to keep them curious and interested and develop life
skills and desirable character.
- The evaluation tools have been modified to test the intellectual and basic abilities of the learners.
- Teaching and learning is always a continuous process aimed at encouraging students to do their best at all times.
- Fosters constitutional literacy and tolerance for different cultures.
- develops scientific outlook and transformative competences, in order to meet the demands of changing society.
- The aim of our education is not just to let learners obtain basic knowledge but to make them life-long learners.
- enhance self-awareness and explore innate potential
- promote capabilities related to goal setting, decision making and lifelong learning
- nurture assertive communication and interpersonal skills
- cultural learning and international understanding in an interdependent society
- strengthen knowledge and attitude related to livelihood skills
- acquire the ability to utilize technology and information
- develop abilities related to thinking skills and problem solving.
Core Competence and Outcomes
- Self-awareness and exploration of innate potential
- Goal setting, decision making learning in accordance with the transition of the current century.
- Effective Communication skills which involve making effective use of all kinds of symbols (such as languages in both verbal and non-
- An attitude which is conducive to collaborative work and leads to individual, societal as well as global transformation.
- Knowledge by adopting approaches in a productive way.
- Functional and participatory learning, leading to the development of higher order thinking skills.
- Encouraging inquisitiveness and keen observation, actively exploring and discovering solutions.
- Problem solving, cultivating the ability and habit of creatively and reflectively, making logical analyses and decisions, effectively
solving problems and resolving conflicts.
- Self-awareness and exploration of innate potential.
Major Contents of Each Curriculum Learning Area in Secondary Classes
- Languages include Telugu, Hindi, English, and focuses on listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, along with developing
effective communication proficiencies.
- Humanities (Geography, History, Economics and Political Science) include the learning of history and culture, geographical
environment, global institutions, constitutional values and norms, politics, economy, interpersonal and societal interactions, civic
responsibilities, and the incorporation of the above-mentioned learning into one’s life.
- Performing Visual Arts (Dance, Drama, Music, Drawing, Painting, Crafts and Sculpture) include music, instruction in these arts, to
help learners cultivate an interest and appreciation for arts and encourage them enthusiastically participate in related activities,
promoting abilities as imagination, creativity, value arts, and the cultural heritage.
- Science and Technology (Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Computer Sciences) include gaining knowledge about matter and energy,
nature, the environment, technology, breakthroughs in science. It will focus on knowledge and skills to develop scientific attitude, use
and application of such knowledge and skills to improve the quality of life and further use this learning to analyse, evaluate,
synthesize, create, invent and discover.
- Mathematics includes acquiring the concepts related to number sense, operation sense, computation, measurement, geometry,
probability and statistics, skill to calculate and organize, and the ability to apply this knowledge and acquired skills in daily life. It also
includes understanding the principles of reasoning and problem solving.
- Health and Physical Education focuses on the learning for holistic development like mental and physical. Understanding the
importance of physical fitness, health, well-being and the factors that contribute to them. Focus of this curriculum is on helping
learners develop a positive attitude and commitment to lifelong healthy active living and the capacity to live satisfying, productive lives
with the help of proper health management, sports, fitn.
Main Pedagogical Outcomes for Curriculum Learning Areas
- use language to comprehend, acquire and communicate ideas and information and to interact with others.
- identify, integrate and apply numerical and spatial concepts and techniques.
- understand and appreciate the physical, biological and technological world and have the knowledge, attitude, skills and values
- understand their cultural, geographical and historical milieus and have to bring about transformation for a better India.
- recognize the requirement of information, locate and resource it from a range of data available and evaluate, use and collaborate it
- think laterally, critically, identify opportunity, challenge their potential and are open to challenges. They are aware of consequences
and take ownership of their deeds.
- interact harmoniously with people and cultures from across the globe.
- engage in practices that promote personal physical as well as mental and cognitive development and well-being and have positive
Implementation of Curriculum
Formulating a comprehensive and all-encompassing School Curriculum Plan (Syllabus) is an essential way forward to this Curriculum
document. We established a School Curriculum Committee, which have teachers representing each subject. This committee is responsible
to draft the school curriculum plan for the coming session, by the beginning of this session based on the Curriculum documents. This
committee defines the teaching periods for each subject for each grade, review textbooks, develop topics and activities for pedagogical
practices, and evolve a plan for the teaching learning process evaluation and so as to be able to provide feedback for reflection. This
committee will conduct meeting, reviewing and assessing the pedagogical practices on a regular basis. Subject Experts, Scholars and
professionals will also be invited to join the committee in advisory capacity, this committee will ensure and record that the text books
selected for classes
This Committee consolidated the efforts of all school staff as well as resources provided, and developed a comprehensive school-based
curriculum, giving due importance to both Scholastic as well as Co-Scholastic areas.
The School Curriculum Plan (Syllabus) includes:
- Pedagogical goals of the school for the session and Pedagogical outcomes
- Subject focused pedagogical objectives
- Mapping of units with pedagogical objectives
- Resources/activities to achieve the unit wise pedagogical objectives
- Assessment directives and Formative assessment tasks
- Feedback rubrics
- This Plan will also contain specified descriptions on how to infuse the seven core areas (including Life Skills Education, Values
Education, Gender Sensitivity, Environmental Education, Information Technology Education, Human Rights Education, Health and
Wellness Education) into the teaching of each subject. It is a good idea to involve parents in formulating this plan. The plan is an
effective tool to let parents connect and support the pedagogical practices of the school.
- Lesson/ Unit Plans Lesson plans for the topics will be prepared by the teachers within their faculty. This will be supported by the
School Curriculum Plan (Syllabus). Some important components of this plan can be:
- Specific learning outcomes and Remedial teaching plan
- Unit/topic learning contexts
- Interdisciplinary Linkages
- Resources (including ICT) and Flow of lesson/unit (including activities/ experiments/hands-on-learning.