School forms an important part of a child's life. At Jaipuria, we endeavour to make it interesting and meaningful. A list of 40+ activities give students creative use of time, hands on knowledge, wholesome learning and loads of fun.
Aero Modelling, Book Binding, Carpentry, Fabric Technology, Gardening, Metal Work and Screen Printing
Drawing & Painting, Sculpting and Craft
VR and AR Apps
Students get Opportunity to Learn using Latest Developments in Technology
Dance (Indian, Western) Music (Vocal, Instrumental) Theatre (Hindi, English)
Sports and Games
Athletics, Aquatics, Gymnastics, Combatives (Boxing, Taekwondo), Football, Basketball, Hockey and Horse Riding
Mathematics, Geography, Languages and other subjects enhanced through specialised labs
You can easily spot them. For they always stand out the crowd. Explorers, innovators, visionaries, problem solvers, they can turn challenges into opportunities & win any game.
They know their journey to make their own road. They think new grounds. Effective leaders they set the trends for others to follow.
Energetic, enterprising, empowered three words best describe the gogetters. Passionate about their work, they leave no stone unturned to achieve what they have set out for.. They know they can always will.
They know what they want. And they turn around failures and problems into new opportunities. Riding the waves, they architect the course of their destiny.
At Jaipuria, we always have the child at the center of all our processes. We also believe in the power of self: Self-knowledge, Self-control, Self-assessment and Self-learning. These are the mainstays of the Curriculum @ Jaipuria.
We have also developed a unique pedagogy which encourages learning more than mere completion of tasks, innovatively named ‘NO SCHOOL’. The idea is that our students should look at teaching-learning as a way of life, not as a compulsion. NO SCHOOL infuses the spirit of experiential learning by fun, thereby creating lifelong learners. We have aimed to nurture the upcoming generation with all-round development of mind, body and soul. The curriculum aspires to create self-thinking, reflective individuals who have the courage to stop, think and reflect at every step of their educational journey.
The NO SCHOOL pedagogy has been intentionally divided into four phases:
The Last SchoolPre-Primary Wing, Grade 1 and 2
The only level to teach. Focuses on developing language, mathematics, motor skills and mind-body coordinations.
Demonstration SchoolGrade 3,4 and 5
Learning through demonstration. Teachers use tools such as presentation, visits, exhibitions, drama, recitation, etc. Introduction to a variety of curricular and non curricular subjects. Special course of study on subjects such as - what is learning and what are the methods and tools for learning are introduced.
Exploration SchoolGrade 6, 7 and 8
learning through exploration, experimentation, project work and research. Introduction to specialized streams in science and social studies.
Assimlation SchoolGrade 9 and 10
Support for children’s individual development needs. Cousellor profile developed for each student to chart out their growth map.
Super SchoolGrade 11 and 12
Introduction to higher level subjects. Specialization in subject of choice. Preparation for college and a life of continuos learning and self development.
The benchmark for the curriculum development process was National Curriculum Framework (NCF 2005), which has a detailed structured approach for each subject. To enhance the content and make it more holistic, we also took important lessons from international curricular standards (mainly the Common Core standards from USA, the National Curriculum from UK, Finland and Sweden etc.).
In today’s context wherein the world is getting increasingly competitive and demands innovation from every student, the curriculum entails the learning level for each student. It defines the cognitive level at which students will be able to operate with the content. It is influenced by many leading taxonomies, including educational philosophers such as Bloom, Anderson, Robert Marzano and John Kendall. We are living in an era where we are preparing students for a society that we have not yet seen, and can only imagine.
Therefore, 21st Century Skills become important.
Today, we need a curriculum, which should not only be student-centric, however, unprecedented amongst the existing ones. The teacher is required to achieve the aims of education. For that purpose, we must enable them to employ suitable instructional methods and procedures, and that is the purpose of the Jaipuria curriculum!