The development of a scientific temper, a questioning mind, and enhancing self-confidence are the basis of the primary curriculum.
The primary school thus lays a strong foundation for each child to actualize their potential, with equal emphasis on academic and non-academic work.
Message from the Junior School Head:
It is with great pride and enthusiasm that I share with you the essence of our school, our values, and our commitment to nurturing young minds.
At Srijan, we believe in the transformative power of education. Our aim is to provide a happy and safe environment where each child can flourish academically, socially, and emotionally. We strive for a child-centered education where learners take responsibility for their learning and become engaged participants in the teaching-learning process.
Our student-driven classrooms witness teachers embracing varied teaching-learning styles to cater to the diverse needs of our young learners. It encourages students to collaborate, think critically, solve problems, and develop a love for learning. We believe in providing a non-competitive environment where children at this young tender age are allowed to discover themselves, and their interests and engage with the choices they make. Their explorations, efforts, and achievements are duly recognized and encouraged.
Srijan has an inclusive set-up that caters to Children with Special Needs through a dedicated Learning Centre. A team of special educators design a curriculum and pedagogical techniques that best suit each learner’s needs. They ensure that each learner feels valued and empowered.
Our commitment to holistic education also encompasses exposure to a wide range of co-curricular activities including sports, performing arts, and visual arts. These opportunities not only enhance their overall development but also promote teamwork, leadership, and a sense of belonging.
Further, as we all navigate through this dynamic world, with its new challenges, we strongly stay committed to reinforcing our value-based education. We want to empower our children to make ethical decisions even in the most exacting situations by arming them with values like honesty, integrity, respect for diversity, and empathy.