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Curriculum Primary

Curriculum Primary


LKG – Grade II

Hardayal Public school curriculum framework (New) is based on the recognized theories by Dewey, Piaget, and Montessori. It is designed to bring learning to life by ensuring students develop deeper cognitive skills in priority areas such as in creativity and problem solving, language and communication , physical – motor domain and social emotional adaptive learning to support their academic growth and well being. The theme based trans disciplinary curriculum is devised in house keeping in mind the intellect of the children, their grasping power and ability to respond accordingly. Students understand the concepts through the inquiry based approach, project based learning, and phenomenon based learning thereby developing skills through thinking, analyzing, evaluating, communicating and decision making.

Activity based learning pedagogy is carried forward through field trips as it adds meaning to learning. Grade I onwards the language enrichment Reading programme and language skills.

THOTS are unique experiences for developing life skills and higher order thinking skills( HOTS).

My Time – This is a specially designed time-slot at the disposal of the students when they avail the opportunity to express their thoughts without any inhibitions and give flight to their imagination.


At HPS it is our sincere effort to impart holistic education so as to nurture all our students into all round characters-physically, mentally, spiritually and academically. To make this mission of ours a fruitful one, the evaluation system at primary level is child friendly and is in adherence to the CBSE guidelines. The evaluation is based on formal tests, internal assessments and activities.
Unique Features of Our Curriculum at Primary Level (III – V)
• A thematic approach is designed to stimulate the children through various interactive sessions and activities.
• Students are active learners who research, interpret, communicate, and process learning through School Competitions, Class Assemblies, Public Speaking, Talk Shows, JAM -Sessions etc.