Curriculum – NEW ERA HIGH SCHOOL & JUNIOR COLLEGE

Curriculum

Delivering an Inspired Curriculum for Student Success.

The curriculum is designed to ensure the all-round development of each learner. A child-centric approach is utilized that promotes structured play, practical applications of knowledge and skills and educational school trips which stress the importance of experimenting and experiencing in order to develop the total personality.

Our Curriculum provides a base for decision regarding the selection, structuring and sequencing of the educational experiences. It is an amalgamation of all the best practices in Early Childhood Education. We tailor learning experiences to differentiate among the individual needs of children in the classroom, based on different learning styles: visual, auditory and kinaesthetic. Teaching comprehension strategies in multiple disciplines can give children an opportunity to see and implement it more often.

An open environment in the school, young children not only excel in language and cognitive learning but also develop their physical, Socio-emotional skill by promoting independence, curiosity, decision-making, cooperation, persistence, creativity, and problem solving skills — the fundamental skills that help determine success in adult life.

Considering the importance of multilingualism, in today’s era we lay emphasis on English, and to stay rooted with Indian culture we give them exposure to Hindi and Marathi too. To lay emphasis on physical activities in today’s sedentary, gadget dependent lifestyle we integrate Yoga in our daily routine. Art and visual expression activities foster creativity in children.

We provide hands on learning experiences and believe in Active learning approach. This invariably works as scaffolding, to develop child’s personalities and enable them to face the challenges of the modern world. The reinforcement of skills being taught creates a higher level of understanding and retention of information .Thus, our curriculum allows students to explore their own potential and identify themselves.