We aim to instil within our pupils a curiosity to learning. We stretch the most able and support the least confident so that they each fulfil their individual academic potential.
Our team stride to harness your child’s potentials to provide an education that challenges and inspires.
We believe that instead of mere teaching, our students should be taught on how to teach themselves that builds their competence to master the art of learning.
We have ‘5E’ model built with more focus on students: Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate and Evaluate.
Our classes are child centric, purposeful, and supportive places, where individual successes are keenly celebrated. We encourage each child to achieve their personal best and discover their strengths in different aspects of school life, especially those that are more challenging. We have divided our grades as per National Education Policy [NEP ]2020. The new NEP is based on four pillars which are Access, Equity, Quality, and Accountability.
AARAMBHA - Foundational Stage:
(Nursery – Grade 2)
The Foundational Stage will consist of five years.
Children must have a strong foundation in early years to excel in later years. Early years in a child’s life are very important since 90% of brain development has already taken place by the time a child is 6 years of age. Science tells us that development of the brain is influenced not only by health, nutrition, and quality of care but also the quality of psycho-social environment the child grows up in.
The curriculum and pedagogy designed with our expert team ignite the curiosity, enhance the interest, and increase the excitement at the beginning of their learning stage.
We Focus on 3 “R” [ reading, writing & Arithmetic], which consists flexible, multi-faceted, multi-level, play-based, activity-based, and inquiry-based learning, comprising of alphabets, languages, numbers, counting, colours, shapes, indoor and outdoor play, puzzles and logical thinking, problem-solving, drawing, painting and other visual art, craft, drama and puppetry, music and movement. It also includes a focus on developing social capacities, sensitivity, good behaviour, courtesy, ethics, personal and public cleanliness, teamwork, and cooperation. The overall aim of ECCE will be to attain optimal outcomes in the domains of: physical and motor development, cognitive development, socio-emotional-ethical development, cultural/artistic development, and the development of communication and early language, literacy, and numeracy.
AADHYA - Preparatory Stage:
(Grade 3 to Grade 5)
Preparatory Stage- 3 years (age 8-11, class 3-5). The Preparatory Stage will comprise three years of education. building on the play, discovery, and activity-based pedagogical and curricular style of the Foundational Stage and will also begin to incorporate some light textbooks as well as aspects of more formal but interactive classroom learning, in order to lay a solid groundwork across subjects, including reading, writing, speaking, physical education, art, languages, science, and mathematics.
The stage includes play, discovery, activity-based and interactive learning, and cognitive development of a child. The focus is still on language and numeracy skills. Children will learn three languages.
The method of teaching and learning would be play and activity-based and include classroom interactions and the element of discovery. The focus in the preparatory stage will remain on language development and numeracy skills.
MADHYA – Middle Stage:
(Grade 6 to Grade 8)
The Middle Stage will comprise three years of education, building on the pedagogical and curricular style of the Preparatory Stage, but with the introduction of subject teachers for learning and discussion of the more abstract concepts in each subject that students will be ready for at this stage across the sciences, mathematics, arts, social sciences, and humanities. experiential learning will be adopted, including hands-on learning, arts-integrated and sports-integrated education, story-telling-based pedagogy, among others, as standard pedagogy within each subject, and with explorations of relations among different subjects. To close the gap in achievement of learning outcomes, classroom transactions will shift, towards competency-based learning and education. The assessment tools (including assessment “as”, “of”, and “for” learning) will also be aligned with the learning outcomes, capabilities, and dispositions as specified for each subject of a given class. Experiential learning within each subject, and explorations of relations among different subjects, will be encouraged and emphasized despite the introduction of more specialized subjects and subject teachers.
The teaching of all languages will be enhanced through innovative and experiential methods, including through gamification and apps, by weaving in the cultural aspects of the languages - such as films, theatre, storytelling, poetry, and music - and by drawing connections with various relevant subjects and with real-life experiences. Thus, the teaching of languages will also be based on experiential-learning pedagogy.
Throughout the school, teaching staff aim to ignite interest, inspire creativity and encourage intellectual curiosity in all pupils, helping them to gain independence and a love of learning that will last a lifetime.
POORNA – Secondary Stage:
(Grade 9 to Garde 12)
The Secondary Stage will comprise of four years of multidisciplinary study, building on the subject-oriented pedagogical and curricular style of the Middle Stage, but with greater depth, greater critical thinking, greater attention to life aspirations, and greater flexibility and student choice of subjects. Our curriculum includes the preparation of our students for all entrance tests in pursue medical, engineering and other professional studies in the field of art and commerce. Students will be given increased flexibility and choice of subjects to study, particularly in secondary school including subjects in physical education, the arts and crafts, and vocational skills so that they can design their own paths of study and life plans. Holistic development and a wide choice of subjects and courses year to year will be the new distinguishing feature of secondary school education. There will be no hard separation among ‘curricular’, ‘extracurricular’, or ‘co-curricular’, among ‘arts’, ‘humanities’, and ‘sciences’, or between ‘vocational’ or ‘academic’ streams. Subjects such as physical education, the arts and crafts, and vocational skills, in addition to science, humanities, and mathematics, will be incorporated throughout the school curriculum, with a consideration for what is interesting and safe at each age.
Student Counselling Cell:
At Sristi we have Student Counselling Cell aims to help students become self-aware and reach their highest potential while dealing with anxiety and stress. The counselling cell provides a happy and comfortable environment for students to discuss their problems regarding their academic and social life. We also help students to explore any skill or path. The cell also provides motivational, psychiatry and therapy sessions. It provides a confidential atmosphere in which the students can explore any topic or situation and discuss any concerns thy may have. The students are helped to work through their problems, to develop self-awareness and overcome anxiety & stress.
The counselling cell consists of experienced international career counsellors. They are the volunteers who work to create a cheerful atmosphere in the college by organising regular interactive activities and motivating sessions, always ready to work for the welfare of the students.
Guidance and counselling are important for children, and schools have a huge role in bringing out the best in children. Good conduct is coveted, but sometimes young minds need guidance to polish their personality. Through counselling, children are given advice on how to manage and deal with emotional conflict and personal problems.
Proper counselling will help incorporate valuable lessons in their daily life. Some sessions should involve career guidance, where the students are advised on the selection of courses and different career paths. It's important to prepare them for life after school and what to expect in the different fields they might opt for Following are some of the benefits that students get from effective guidance & counselling:
- Students are given proper guidance on how to deal with psychological problems which can badly impact their studies. Through these sessions, the students will be able to develop certain problem-solving skills which to an extent help them deal with particular issues surrounding their lives.
- The students are advised on how to cope with different situations they tend to face in their school life. For instance, how should they talk politely or relate with their peers. This advice will give them perspective on how should they behave in certain scenarios.
- It helps to shape a student's behaviour and also instil enough discipline in them. Proper guidance helps them achieve their goals, well guided & counselled students know what to do and how to do things in the best possible way.
- Students learn how-to live-in peace and harmony with others in the school community. Thereby, they also learn to appreciate other people in their class.
- It helps to bridge the gap between students and the school administration, since they are able to guide their problems through a proper counselling channel in the office.
- Students get comprehensive advice on career, courses and jobs that enable them to make a proper and informed choice and understand what they can do after they are done with school.
- It allows students to talk to teachers about various experiences that make them uncomfortable. They can openly share problems that they cannot share with their parents.
- Talks related to alcohol, drugs, personal feelings, or any kind of abuse, can be openly discussed. Guidance and counselling also make students better human beings since they are counselled on how to act and behave in a particular situation.
Digital education is the ingenious use of digital technologies and tools throughout teaching and learning and is frequently known as Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) or digital learning. Digital learning is learning facilitated by technology that offers students some factors of command over the place, time pace, and path. Digital learning is replacing traditional educational procedures more and more each day. If you are wondering what the digital education system and its advantages for students are then here we highlight each and every detail about what is the digital education system and its advantages for students.
Analyse the use of digital technologies offers teachers the chance to design engaging learning opportunities in the courses they teach, and these can take the shape of combined or completely online courses and programs. Digital learning is more than only offering students with a laptop. Digital learning needs a blend of technology, instruction, and digital content. The incorporation of digital learning in the classrooms can depend on simply using tablets rather than of paper to using intricate software programs and equipment as averse to the simple pen. Digital learning become a very usual occurrence in the modern world. With the emergence of the internet stank of chances has opened up in front of the modern world. The digital education system revolutionized the old chalk and board process of learning in classrooms. It has made learning mobile, interactive and engaging, motivating students to take an interest in digital learning and maintain it. Most of the schools and institutions are adopting this technology as a solution while the traditional education system is suspended for some time because of the currently prevailing condition and hence it’s very crucial for us to acknowledge some of the major advantages of the digital education system.
Sristi lesson plans of digital education helps the child develops the below skills in students
- Personalized Learning
- Makes Students Smarter
- Make Students Self-Motivated
- Expanded Learning Opportunities
- Develop Accountability In Students
- Higher Engagement Rate