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Curriculum

Centre of Learning

Singhania Public School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi follows the CBSE curriculum and its resources -both human and material – which are arranged to prepare the student for the twenty-first century and handle unpredictable and imponderables.

It is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, and adheres to a strict regimen of educational and extracurricular activities that inspire the highest levels of academic excellence and holistic preference among students. With a teacher-student ratio of 1:30, attention is given to each student. This helps in building an excellent relationship between the educators and the ones being educated and to learn as to how led are led to the leader.

English

Literature - Prose, Poetry, Reading, MCB Comprehension, Grammar, Composition, Creative Writing.

Designed to develop students' communicative and linguistic competence. The content selection has been determined by the students' present as well as future academic and social needs. It aims at developing and integrating the use of language skills and creating an interest in and appreciation of literature to encourage students to formulate, envisage and express their own ideas using their tacit and explict experience, knowledge and imagination. It prepares them for real life situations where language is used as a functional tool and vehicle of confidence transformation.

Mathematics

Formulated to train the children to think, reason, analyse, incubate and articulate logically, vertically and horizontally. Aimed at helping them to acquire knowledge and understanding of the terms, symbols, concepts, principles, process, proofs etc. The children learn to apply mathematical knowledge, logical appreciation and skills to solve real-life mathematical problems; to develop mastery of algebraic and geometric skills and the ability to use mathematical tables as aids for computational work and institutional brilliance. Provides them the scope to participate in mathematical competitions like international mathematics Olympiad and club activities in and outside the school.

General Science

Primarily directed towards the development of problem solving and decision making skills on the basis of the knowledge of key concepts which cut across all disciplines of science. Helps them to appreciate the contributions of scientists and develop science; to develop a concern for a clean environment and preservation of the ecosystem; motivates them to take up higher studies in Science, vocation or professions. Helps to develop scientific temper, attitudes and values such as open-mindedness, intellectual honesty, courage to question etc. besides helping them to acquire an understanding of scientific concepts, principles and laws.

Physics

Light and Optical Instruments, Force and Pressure, Magnetism, Electric Current, Alternative Sources of Energy. Igniting and enlightening Einsteinian instincts through logical insight and introspection among them.

Chemistry

Carbon, Compounds of Carbon, Rocks and Minerals, Extraction and Properties of Metals, Man-made Materials.

Biology

Microbial World, Agricultural Practices, How Leaves Are Designed, Useful Plants and Animals, Conservation of Natural Resources.

History/Civics

The rise and growth of British Rule in India, Revolts against the British Rule, Rise of Indian Nationalism, Struggle for Swaraj, Nationalist Movement (1923Ð1939), Achievement of Independence. Achieving our National Goals, Democracy and Citizen, Other Social Problems, Our Major Economic Problems, National Integration, Foreign Policy of India and learn and imbibe the laws and flaws, ascent and dissent of people, policy, matters and methodologies.

Geography

The face of India - The land of monsoons, Agriculture, Our water resources, manufacturing industries. To develop an understanding of man and environment inter-relationship at a global level. Helps them to develop an understanding and concern about growing world population and its impact on environment. Enriches the students' skills and abilities to read, understand and analyze geographical information and data presented in various forms such as maps, graphs, diagrams, charts etc. Equips the students with needed abilities and attitudes to study and analyze problems of development having geographical dimensions.

Hindi

Grammar, Proverbs/Sayings, Paragraph Writing, Essay Writing, Letter Writing, Unseen Passage, Literature: Prose, Poetry.

Moral Science

Think positively, Be original, Create opportunities, for yourself, Be ambitious, Orderliness and efficiency, Keys to perfection, Improve yourself, Develop good habits, Master your moods, Overcome your fears, Don’t Stay idle, Plan for the future, Remain modest in success.

The syllabus aims at enabling the pupils to cultivate social, moral, ethical and aesthetic values which exalt and refine the life of an individual and the society. Children learn to appreciate the work of great men and absorb their finest qualities. Value based learning prepares them for a flawless life.

Evaluating Students

A system of examinations based on the principle of continuous and comprehensive (CCE) evaluation of the student is followed.


Implementation of the curriculum:
Awareness: The teacher is a facilitator and sparks the student’s interest and curiosity.
Skills: A student is encouraged to develop his

  • Research skills through the use of the school library, additional reading matter and the use of ICT.
  • Communication skills through drama, elocution, role play, listening and speaking as an effective communicator.
  • Social skills through mutual respect and tolerance, ability to deal and resolve conflict.
  • Personal Enrichment Programme (PEP) further develops students’ critical thinking, application of subject knowledge and helps them to acquire life skills for the 21st century.