Curriculum-Objective

Curriculum Framework has been developed on the foundation of trust, autonomy, flexibility and accountability with the main objective to generate fresh thinking and action.

Curriculum Objectives

The objective in designing an in-house curriculum is to offer teaching and learning which ensures that all pupils :

  • Are interested and motivated in their work;
  • Achieve success and make progress in their learning;
  • Derive satisfaction from their achievements;
  • Have confidence in their ability to work at an appropriate level;
  • Experience an appropriately broad and balanced curriculum;
  • Have equality of access to learning and subjects of the curriculum
  • Experience a range of teaching methods;
  • Are involved in integrated and subject-specific activities;
  • Work individually and as a member of a group;
  • Have their progress in the key skills of learning monitored and recorded;
  • Work with a number of adults;
  • Learn in a purposeful atmosphere where there is mutual respect and deep understanding

Competencies Fostered

  • Self–direction: the capacity to carry out independently and to take initiative
  • Inventiveness: The creative use of resources, alternative methods and explanations
  • Problem-solving involving diagnostic ability, problem formulation, problem-solving skills
  • Analytical and Evaluative Skills
  • Decision–Making Skills: Deciding what is relevant and what is not, what to include and what to leave out
  • Integrative Skills: The synthesis of ideas, experiences, and information from different sources and disciplines.
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Communicating with peer groups and adults
  • Elucidating ideas through written work, graphs, oral presentations etc.

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