The school is affiliated to CBSE Board –New Delhi
Learning is a treasure that follows children everywhere. Every child has something special that can be built upon. Our balanced learning curriculum is a unique blend of ‘teacher directed’ and ‘child initiated’ strategies.
The academic year at Tiny Tots Primary School is divided into two categories Summative Assessments (S.A) and Formative Assessments (F.A). We have in total four F.A’s and two S.A’s in the whole academic year. F.A 1, F.A 2 and S.A 1 in the first semester and F.A 3, F.A 4 and S.A 2 in the second semester. Every Monday’s class tests are held to ensure academic stability of the child.
The curriculum has been streamlined to make it child centric with more stress on quality than on quantity. It gives importance to activity-based learning.
Educational trips help connect classroom learning to the real world experiences. The shared experience of a visit allows students to reflect together on a common experience and enhance learning beyond personal meanings. Educational trips gives our students an opportunity to make observations or have experiences not available to them in the classrooms, but directly related to crucial knowledge being gained in the classrooms.
Professionals from all fields are invited to give talks and run workshop for staff and students. Teachers are multi tasking, innovative, creative knowledge providers.
Summer camps: The school is planning to send senior students for summer jobs to various companies/organizations during the summer holidays in order to better prepare them for the real world.
COUNSELLING SESSION ENCOMPASES THE FOLLOWING:-
COUNSELLING PROGRAMME INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:-
It is a vowed intention of the school to provide scholarship to best scholars and fee concession to economically weak background students. These scholarships are awarded annually.
Parents voice is ensured through various forums such as parents Advisory Committe(PAC), Parents Meeting(PTM), as invited guest for various functions organized under school banner.