Structure of Education
"TELL ME AND I FORGET. TEACH ME AND I REMEMBER. INVOLVE ME AND I LEARN.”
RISHS International School follows the CBSE curriculum affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.This will be enquiry and skill based curriculum that will cater to individual learning styles in terms of pedagogy and assessment. It aims to promote critical and creative thinking skills, effective communication skills, interpersonal and collaborative skills and information and media skills.
- Curriculum is learner centric
- Curriculum supports experiential learning
- Curriculum provides every learner with sustained opportunities to learn
- Curriculum is coherent and organized
RISHS Kids (Kindergarten)
RISHS Kindergarten curriculum is formulated and designed on activity based learning encouraging creativity and imagination. The strengthening of the language skills, cognitive ability, gross and fine motor skills are developed through practical activities, sensorial and numerical activities and social interaction.
The school has large well ventilated, hygienic and clean classrooms. The school is spacious, surrounded by gardens and trees providing well shaded areas for the children to play outdoors. Well qualified and experienced staff, to shape these little learnes into confident youngsters to face the future.
The student teacher ratio of 20:1 is an added advantage to provide individual attention and care. Day care facilities can be availed for kindergarteners .
RISHS Junior (Classes I to VII)
The curriculum aims at enhancing children’s natural desire and strategies to learn through the integrated, and differentiated approach combining all the disciplines together. The enquiry and skill based approach contributes to the trans-disciplinary structure both for the local and global comprehension. This ensures developing curiosity, enjoyment of learning and achievement in young children.
The first area of learning is Languages:
It aims to develop confidence in the students through listening, speaking, reading and writing so that they can use their skills and abilities effectively. It helps to analyze and critically evaluate and articulate their point of view.
The second area of learning is Social Science:
It aims to develop an understanding and evaluation of the social, political, economic and environmental dimensions of the world, and helps them formulate and justify arguments in response to a diverse range of issues.
The third area of learning is Mathematics and Technology:
The Math Curriculum helps students develop strategies that improve their logical thinking and analytical ability. It helps in development of computational skills and spatial intelligences.
The fourth area of learning is Science :
The Science curriculum offers students the opportunity to be curious, to question, to investigate, to formulate hypothesis, design and carry out experiments, make critical observations and record results.
The fifth area of learning combines the areas of Physical Education, Performing Arts and Visual Arts:
These offer opportunities for the development of imagination, sense of aesthetics, sensitivity and inventiveness. The Physical Education (PE) curriculum contributes to the physical fitness aspect and all-round development of students. The Performing Arts Curriculum provides a means for personal expression and the articulation of ideas through creative teamwork as well as enhancing communication skills. The Visual Arts program is aimed at promoting cognitive aesthetic and emotional growth. Students realize the joy of expression through various media.