Curriculum

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Christnagar public school
Valakkadu, Elampa (PO)
Attingal, Kerala - 695103

Ph:0470 2638002, 9497839887
Mail: cnpsatvm@gmail.com

Curriculum in school education is crucially important as it provides a framework for all the activities to be conducted in the school to achieve desirable quality of education. The curriculum of CBSE is based on the National Curriculum Framework-2005. It has a dynamic character reflecting the changes that occur in society and global scenario.

Our Curriculum aims to:

  • 1. Enhance self-awareness and explore innate potential;
  • 2. Promote capabilities related to goal setting, decision making and lifelong learning;
  • 3. Develop thinking skills, problem solving and creativity.
  • 4. Nurture communication and interpersonal skills;
  • 5. Inculcate values;
  • 6. Foster cultural learning and international understanding in an interdependent society;
  • 7. Acquire the ability to utilize technology and information for the betterment of humankind;
  • 8. Strengthen knowledge and attitude related to livelihood skills;
  • 9. Develop the ability to appreciate art and showcase talents;
  • 10. Promote physical fitness, health and well-being.

Structure of Assessment Scheme

The academic year comprises of two semesters

  • Semester I – June to September
  • Semester II – October to March

Assessments and evaluations are essential to gauge the progress of the students and to encourage them to find their strengths and weaknesses. The method used to assess student progress varies according to the age group.

Instructions

  • • Parents are not allowed to enter the classroom.
  • • The School time is from 8.00 am to 1.30 p m. Pupils must be in their classrooms by the first bell at 7.55 am.
  • • Late arrivals need to get pass from the Principal. Early dismissal needs to follow the check out procedure from office.
  • • Kindly avoid sending your ward to school when he/she is sick. Leave letter to be submitted the very next day of the leave.