Springdays follows the globally accepted and most sought after CBSE curriculum. The CBSE board provides a well-standardized syllabus and framework for the children to thrive and flourish in.
At primary schooling level, children become active learners with our activity-based pedagogy. A lot of hands-on activities are conducted to provide an investigative and inquiry-based learning programme that sustains the child’s interest in learning. When subjects like mathematics, social studies and sciences are taught using this methodology, it gives the child a solid foundation to build on. Equal importance is given to Value Education and Life Skills program and helps children grow up as conscious citizens of the country and the world. The books and curriculum followed are as per CBSE\NCERT norms. No homework is given for children up to 3rd grade.
NO HOMEWORK POLICY
As per the CBSE board policy, we follow NO HOMEWORK POLICY for the classes LKG, UKG, Ist Std & IInd Std. Our school and our teachers follow this rule and the child’s learning process is completed during the school hours.
COMPULSORY CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES IN PRIMARY
Lego & Robotics, Story telling & Theatre, Zumba, Social Emotional Leadership (SEL) Curriculum and Music.
As part of the secondary curriculum, we strike the right balance between curricular and co-curricular activities. Secondary schooling is an important stage in a child’s development when the child’s seamless energy must be channelled into productive areas of development. We focus a lot on equipping children for Adolescence and teach them the necessary life skills through all our curricular programs. Children are encouraged to think critically and creatively through our activity-based pedagogy. Apart from the co-curricular activities covered as part of the Primary Curriculum, children are exposed to more independent co-curricular activities as given below. The books and curriculum followed are as per CBSE\NCERT norms.
COMPULSORY CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES IN SECONDARY
Lego & Roboticsm Theatre and Social Emotional Leadership (SEL) Curriculum.
We have designed our co-curricular activities to imbibe the following skills in children- how to live and work with others harmoniously, how to communicate with care and empathy, how to preserve the environment, how to grow and cook food, how to build communities, how to live a physically fit life, understanding machines, how to problem solve technical and personal problems, how to think innovatively and critically.
Our co-curricular programs are integrated with the curriculum to make the learning of such skills seamless for children.
At Springdays, we believe that we are not just responsible for the cognitive development of the child. As a school, we strive to bring up every child with a healthy self-esteem, self-awareness, emotional intelligence, empathy and with leadership skills. We have a one-of-a kind curriculum specially designed for this purpose which we impart to our children from PreKG up to 9th standard.
Right from a very young age we teach our children the leadership skills such as Emotional Intelligence, Goal-Setting, Assertiveness, Goal-Setting, Handling Bullying, Negotiation and Win-win, Dealing with Adolescence, Anger Management and Exam Stress, etc.
This is done in an experiential manner following the inquiry-based learning methodology with games, movie screenings, role plays, art, music and storytelling etc.
Springdays Lego & Robotics Program provides a hands-on approach to learning Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics. Advantages of such are program are many
At Springdays, we see story telling and theatre as essential skills of the future. These classes focus on verbal skills, social skills, confidence levels, public speaking skills to name a few. If you want your child to be a charismatic, young person with a relaxed & confident manner, clear & articulate speech, good eye contact and attentive listening skills when he leaves the portals of Springdays, it is these classes like theatre which will bring it in them slowly. We have excellent, internationally trained, enthusiastic theatre teachers to deliver this to our students.
Voice of Springdays, a student-centred activity club which covers school news, sports events festivals, celebrations, Jamboree – a special cultural annual event of the school and much more. The events and celebrations of the school are covered by a group of selected students, who take the photographs and videography, do the compiling and editing before it is printed as newsletter, or covered live or offline on Facebook or uploaded on YouTube.
At Springdays, we specially focus on communication, language and vocabulary development for children. They include separate classes that include age-appropriate activities with which children learn in a fun way from Pre-KG to Std X.
Our Book reading programs starts from PreKG and build up to 10th grade. The program is designed to be age-appropriate and tactically designed to get children interested in reading and in the world of books.
One of the best uses of technology would be to use it to increase the curiosity of the child for the topic at hand. Here at Springdays, we use two very immersive technology to do the same. We are one of the first schools in India to introduce Virtual Reality to School education. We also use smart boards in a very effective way to engage the learners. Our children greatly enjoy the program and we have seen, increase in learning engagement in children.
Understanding the quintessential aspects of sound health and a balanced diet, provide highly nutritious lunch and snacks for the children. This will presumably be a huge relief to working parents. 4 Quintessential Aspects of Nutrition at Springdays
As a supporting effort to the school environment, school nutrition plays a substantial role in bettering the health of students. The School Nutrition Squad comprises of group of students and a school teacher who will ensure that the school students receive foods that are based on nutritional standards, educate the school children on good food habits and importance of healthy food, ensure that hygiene is maintained in the school kitchen and that there is minimum or zero food waste in the school canteen. This gels well with the school wellness strategy and ensures that it is important to student growth and development. It is believed that healthy food and improved nutrition improves learning ability, leading to better academic performance.
We also involve our children in gardening activities around the campus and in our roof garden. It gives them a first-hand experience on how to grow food and the effort that goes into it.
Design Thinking is a very effective tool to teach Empathy to children. One of the many skills of successful businessmen, that is often overlooked, is their ability to understand what their customers needs and providing them with exactly that. This requires Empathy, Responsibility, Business Knowledge – i.e., Design Thinking. Design Thinking helps to find solutions to the increasingly complex problems of tomorrow. It is a powerful problem-solving toolkit.
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