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CAMBRIDGE (CAIE & IGCSE)

CAMBRIDGE (CAIE & IGCSE)

CAMBRIDGE EARLY YEARS PROGRAMME (KINDERGARTEN)

Cambridge Early Years programme is the start of an exciting educational journey that helps learners aged 3 to 6develop the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to make the best possible start in life. It gives centres everything they need to deliver a quality early years education: a holistic and balanced curriculum, engaging classroom resources, assessment approaches to measure learners’ progress, and professional development opportunities. Teaching and learning is play-based and child-centred, and focuses on building learners’ skills and confidence in key developmental areas. We developed Cambridge Early Years in line with international best practice and research, and in collaboration with pioneers of early education in India.

BENEFITS OF A
CAMBRIDGE EDUCATION

What makes AGS the right choice for you?

CBSE: Central Board of Secondary Education

Our primary curriculum stresses strongly the conceptual learning of the subjects, as here the skills of the students developed in the Early Year Program comes into action. Our primary school is one of the best primary schools in India and we work towards a brighter future for our students.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national level board of education in India for public and private schools, controlled and managed by the Government of India. Established in 1929 by a resolution of the government, the Board was an experiment towards inter-state integration and cooperation in the sphere of secondary education. There are more than 27,000 schools in India and 240 schools in 28 foreign countries affiliated to the CBSE.

Primary objectives of CBSE:

To define appropriate approaches of academic activities to provide stress-free, child-centered and holistic education without compromising on quality

To analyze and monitor the quality of academic activities by collecting feedback from different stakeholders

To adapt and innovate methods to achieve academic excellence in conformity with psychological, pedagogical and social principles.

To encourage schools to document the progress of students in a teacher and student-friendly way

To propose plans to achieve quality benchmarks in school education consistent with the National goals

To organize various capacity building and empowerment programmes to update the professional competency of teachers

Primary Classes:  I to V

Primary Classes:
I To V

At this stage too, the curriculum supports experiential learning, focuses on conceptual clarity by relating learning to everyday life, developing thinking and analytical skills. The curriculum also aims at nurturing the affective domain of the learners through subjects and activities which will help develop the basic life skills in the learner – self-awareness, effective communication skills and emotional strength. The pedagogy at this stage is not absolutely fixed, structured or prescribed but it is multi-dimensional and flexible, which gives the learner ample opportunities to explore and discover.

At this stage too, the curriculum supports experiential learning, focuses on conceptual clarity by relating learning to everyday life, developing thinking and analytical skills. The curriculum also aims at nurturing the affective domain of the learners through subjects and activities which will help develop the basic life skills in the learner – self-awareness, effective communication skills and emotional strength. The pedagogy at this stage is not absolutely fixed, structured or prescribed but it is multi-dimensional and flexible, which gives the learner ample opportunities to explore and discover.

The learning areas include:

  • The learning areas include:
  • Languages (English, Hindi) — Acquire the skills of listening, speaking, reading & writing, acquire varied range of vocabulary, develop interpersonal communication skills and express meaningfully. Third Language is introduced in Class IV. These languages are taught through activities with an aim to initiate the language in a fun way. However, a more structured syllabus is followed in the upper primary stage.
  • Mathematics – Performing operation of numbers, understanding shapes, similarities and differences, collecting data, representing and analysing the data, identifying patterns in shapes and numbers etc.
  • Environmental Science – To make them aware of their surroundings, appreciative of and sensitive of environmental issues (natural, physical, social and cultural)
  • Information & Communication technology
  • Visual Arts & Performing Arts
  • Physical & Health Education
  • Life skills & VaIue Education

Children also get opportunities to join various hobby clubs as per their interest and aptitude. They participate in intra-section and inter-section competitions, class assemblies, annual days, celebrations and social awareness campaigns. The scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), as designed and laid out by the CBSE & NCERT, is followed in the Junior School. Formal test & Exams are introduced in Class IV.