Classes I to XII
Conforming to CBSE’s curriculum and syllabus and leveraging the CCE system of assessment, we at Geethaanjali have devised student-centric learning tools that focus on developing the skills and abilities of students at each stage of their school education and adequately prepare them for the future.
In the Primary (Classes I – V) and Middle (Classes VI – VIII) we focus on developing new skills in
- Languages: English is the first language, with Tamil and Hindi being optional second and third languages
- Reading and writing: Students are encouraged to take initiative to complete reading assignments and specially designed writing assignments
- Critical thinking and problem solving: Mental mathematics, science meets/exhibitions
- Communication and technology: Students are introduced to a variety of hands-on exercises to use software like: Photoshop, Oracle, Html, MS Office etc.
- Engage in healthy competition: Through literary activities like Spelling bee, Elocution, Seminars, Extempore, JAM, etc.
Such skills prepare them take on the more rigorous programmes in the Secondary (Classes IX – X) and Senior Secondary (Classes XI and XII) levels.
At the secondary and senior secondary levels, students undergo rigorous training in Math and Sciences, and Commerce (included at the senior secondary level). In addition, all students from classes VI to X are enrolled in a coaching program for IIT/JEEE training which they can opt to continue in the higher classes. At these higher classes, we also sharpen and further develop skills such as:
- Reading: Inculcating a habit of continuous learning and reading which will hopefully continue in the child’s future
- Critical thinking and problem solving: Students at this level are encouraged to participate in various science competitions to work as a group and tackle difficult problems of the adult world
- Communication and technology: Students are introduced to a variety of vocational subjects like Dyeing/Printing, DTP, CADD and Multimedia
- Community and social involvement: Opportunities are raised for students to actively participate in and in many cases lead in community initiatives organized by the school. Here students will directly apply their academic knowledge to tackle real world social problems