Central Public School

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Course Curriculam

Our curriculum is equipped with a unique integration of traditional educational theory and practice from India and aboard. We instill a firm traditional and cultural base in our curriculum to ensure a sense of identity, spiritualism and ethics in the students.

Central Public School seeks to Implement a learning model, using teaching systems and methods that initiate learning activities, encourage the students to focus on the thought and feelings that are being experienced, to derive new learning from the activity and in the process, become more knowledgeable, more confident and a committed individual capable of making informed choices.

Our curriculum at the Pre - Primary Level is structured to carefully nurture our young ones. It has been specially designed to cater to their desire to absorb and inquire, thus enhancing their inbuilt abilities. It has been specially designed to suit their physical, mental and emotional needs.

CPS encourages holistic development of the children by providing emotional strength, loving care, innovative environment and learning fun under the supervision of skilled and dedicated teachers.

In the middle and senior school, students are trained to acquire organizational and analytical skills and also gain confidence for year end examinations. In line with our Core Philosophy, the teaching and learning model designed by Central Public thus aims to :

  • Emphasize a structured learning process, where the teacher facilitates, inspires and imparts a strong practical slant to the entire learning experience.
  • Utilize many varied and interactive teaching methods, including cutting-edge technology to stimulate different areas of intelligence. Our children not only realize the need to learn, but actively want to learn.
  • Develop social, behavioral and life-skills in each child so that they become fulfilled and highly productive members of society.
  • Make each child responsible for themselves and ready to create a position as a leader in the new economic and social climate.

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