Our engagement of Stage 1 - Stage 3 programs focus on children’s natural curiosity and encourage them to delve deep into topics and subject areas – not because they have to – but because they are passionate about learning. All programs include a variety of learning approaches, along with multi-sensory and hands-on activities that appeal to a variety of learning styles. These activities focus on children’s natural sense of curiosity and encourage students to explore and discover.
Our school curriculum focuses on the four core subject areas: Language, Art & Drawing, Music, and Dance. The course has been structured in three stages. It is expected that students at years 1 and 2 will study Bangla at Stage I, 3-4 at Stage II and 5-12 at Stage III.
- Learn to follow directions
- Introducing alphabet and numbers
- Sessions for storytelling
- Drawing pictures and identification of words from the picture
- Rhymes and songs
- Story writing
- Fill up the blanks
- Ordering Information
- Numbers and tables
- Questions and answers
- Letter writing
- Introductory grammar
- Story Writing
- Questions and answers
- Essay writing
Assessment Recording and Reporting
Assessment is the process of identifying, gathering and interpreting information about progress in students’ learning. Assessment activities should not only occur at the end of the year but should be an integral part of the teaching program.
In the school year, there are four assessment periods, one each term. During each assessment period, students are given a combination of oral tests, written tests, assignments, projects, posters, and exercises. The results of these are combined to form an achievement grade.
In addition, students are allocated an effort rating. This is based on the factors such as attendance, punctuality, homework and the extent to which the student tries to meet due dates.
|A:||The student has performed very well. He / She understands the concepts of the topic or subject taught and applies them well.|
|B:||The student has performed well. He / She understands most of the concepts of the topic or subject taught and can apply them in most situations.|
|C:||The student has performed to a satisfactory standard. He / She has difficulty with some of the concepts and the application of them. Some extra help or work may require.|
|D:||The student has experienced difficulty with much of the subject and has had limited success in tests. Much extra work is required if the student is to achieve success in the subject.|
|U/C:||The student’s work cannot be given an achievement grade, usually because of limited attendance.|
|O (Outstanding):||Meets all deadlines, catches up on work missed without prompting. Homework always done to best of ability. Punctual and regular attendance pattern.|
|S (Satisfactory):||Usually meets the criteria listed for, ‘Outstanding’.|
|F (Fluctuating):||May miss some deadlines, occasionally catches up on work missed. Homework done infrequently. Lateness to classes and irregular attendance without good cause may be evident.|
|P (Poor):||Often submits work late. Attendance and punctuality may be poor. Rarely tries to catch up on missed work.|