Our Curriculum Approach
- Multi-disciplinary, interactive and learner centered approach that draws on the pupil’s innate abilities and strengths.
- Focus on peer learning, fosters participation and collaboration.
- Opportunities to learn through discovery.
- Materials and resources drawn from real world so learning experience is more relevant and real.
- Valuing tradition, learning to do what is right.
Our classrooms and activities are designed in order to put a child at ease and stimulate learning.
The academic system at AKMS follows the Council for Indian Schools (ICSE), New Delhi. The system is international, relevant to the challenges of the 21st Century and accepted for entrance to first-class universities throughout India and the world.
For our pre-schoolers – Pre-nursery, Nursery and Kindergarten – we aim at promoting psychological and physical development of each child by providing a suitable educational environment. This includes various educational activities centered on play. Our classrooms and activities are designed in such a manner that they put a child at ease and stimulate learning. For us, it is imperative that the school be a place where a child is happy.
At the Pre-Primary Stage our focus and the expected outcomes can briefly be summarized as:
Development of reading readiness, writing readiness and pre–number concepts and promotion of knowledge and understanding skills, personal, moral and social skills and age appropriate values is the focus.
Language Development and pre-reading and pre-writing skills
Competence in talking and listening and in becoming readers and writers in essence (pre-reading and pre-writing skills), with rudiments of communication skills in English, and with a growing vocabulary and increased fluency to express their thoughts and convey the meaning to the listeners.
Development of pre-mathematics skill. Skills related to comparison, sorting, matching, ordering, sequencing and counting.
Knowledge and Understanding of the world (basics of science, geography, history and technology)
Understanding their environment, other people and features of the natural and man-made world. Foundations for historical, geographical, scientific and technological learning will be part of their learning.
Physical Development (Gross and fine motor)
Developing physical control, mobility, awareness of space and manipulative skills in the indoor and outdoor environments.
Creative Development (Emotional and Aesthetic)
Exploring sound, colour, texture, shape, form and space in two and three dimensions. Showing increasing ability to use their imagination, to listen and observe.
Personal, Social, Moral development and age-appropriate values
Children learn to work, play, co-operate and function in a group.