Teachers use various techniques to create the vertical learning curve, encouraging students to perform role-plays, make interdisciplinary projects, grasp practical knowledge of the subject and encourage expression through creative work.
This improves class-room deliberations resulting in meaningful and productive learning.
It is our belief that evaluation should act as a positive input for improving the teaching learning process and not as a deterrent.
Therefore, evaluation for each child reflects not only the scholastic aspects of the learner, but also life skills acquisition, personality attributes, behaviour, interests, attitudes, values and proficiency in indoor as well as outdoor co-curricular activities.
This facilitates in unravelling talent and reflects the true picture of the growth and profile of a young learner.