Global School of Excellence

Curriculum

GSE has a NEP mapped framed curriculum for students’ holistic development with blended learning activities in all subjects. We focus on practical and creative and collaborative learning which is overall educational goal of the institution.

Core Subjects:

Bal Vatika 1 to Grade II

Emphasis is on early childhood education and providing a strong educational foundation from the earliest years of a child’s life by Play-Based Learning, Language Development, Early Literacy and Numeracy Skills.

Grade- III to V

Here we focus on laying a strong foundation in core subjects such as language (reading, writing, speaking, listening), mathematics, EVS and Computer Coding Skills. These subjects form the basis for further learning and academic development.

Co-curricular Activities: Students explore a range of co-curricular activities such as sports, arts, music, drama, and clubs. These activities contribute to the holistic development of students, fostering their creativity, physical fitness, teamwork, and leadership skills.

Grade- VI to VIII & IX -X

The middle and high School follow the NCERT curriculum through different methods and approaches.

NCERT – Languages, mathematics, science, and social studies, Computer Coding Skills and IT. These subjects form the foundation of a well-rounded education and provide essential knowledge and skills.

Teaching and Learning Methods: Students learn through group discussions, hands-on activities, group projects, field trips, and the integration of technology to enhance their learning experiences.

Co-curricular and Extra-curricular Activities: Along with regular curriculum Sports, Clubs, Competitions, Community Service, and Cultural Events are practiced as co-curricular activities which are well planned to promote holistic development.

Grade- XI & XII

Commerce and Humanities subjects.

The assessment structure is completely based on the latest scheme and directives of CBSE i.e. Uniform System of Assessment which comprises of two terms i.e. Term-1 and 2 as explained below:

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Assessment pattern

Marks Distribution

Marks Distribution

Periodic Test [5 marks]
  • 3 Periodic tests of 25 marks each to be conducted in the academic year.
  • Average of the best 2 tests to be taken for final marks submission (converted to 5).
  • Cumulative syllabus.
Multiple Assessment [5 marks]
  • Quizzes, Oral Tests, Concept Maps, Exit Cards, Visual Expression etc.
  • Portfolio (5 marks)
  • Classwork
  • Peer assessment
  • Self-assessment
  • Reflections, narrations, journals
  • Achievements of student in the subject
Subject Enrichment (5 marks)
  • Language -Effective speaking and listening skills.
  • Mathematics – Lab activities and Projects.
  • Science -Practical work.
  • Social Science -Map and Project work.

VOCATIONAL SUBJECT [For IX and X]

Information Technology (402) Total Marks: 100 (Theory -50 + Practical -50)
Grading Scale for Scholastic Areas for VI-IX

Grading Scale for Scholastic Areas (Classes VI-VIII) (School will award grades as per the following grading scale)

Grading Scale for Scholastic Areas (Class-IX) (School will award grades as per the following grading scale)

MARKS RANGE

 GRADE

MARKS RANGE

GRADE

91-100

A1

91-100

A1

81-90

A2

81-90

A2

71-80

B1

71-80

B1

61-70

B2

61-70

B2

51-60

C1

51-60

C1

41-50

C2

41-50

C2

33-40

D

33-40

D

32 & Below

E (Needs improvement)

32 & Below

E (Failed)

Part 2 :Co-Scholastic Activities

Co-curricular activities in the following areas will be graded term-wise on a 3-point grading scale

(A=Outstanding, B=Very Good and C=Fair).

The aspect of regularity, sincere participation, output and teamwork be the generic criteria for grading in the following co-scholastic activities:

Work Education – Work Education refers to skill-based activities resulting in goods or services useful to the community

Art Education (Visual & Performing Art)

Health and Physical Education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.)