Curriculum

Curriculum

The Renaissance International school offers classes in Nursery , KG-1, KG-2 and Class-1 through Class-8.
Recognizing English as a global language, The Renaissance International School is effectively an English-medium School.
Students will be provided with an experiential education that values critical thinking as well as the acquisition of important information about the world.
The Renaissance International School is to be affiliated to the “Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)”, a widely recognized and highly-regarded school board in the country.
At The Renaissance International School, we provide an effective framework for education through a relevant, board, balanced, rigorously taught and monitored curriculum. We place great importance on educating the “Whole child” at their individual level of ability and potential to ensure a happy learner.
Through a holistic approach towards learning we aim to provide our students with.

  • Requisite knowledge and skills that every child has a right to learn.
  • Learning environment enabling them to learn in a balanced manner, but stretching enough to challenge them and meet their diverse needs.
  • High level thinking skills which will help them tackle many of the moral, social and culture issues which are part of growing up.
  • An Environment which allows interaction with peers and assists in development as a social system.
  • Summative and formative assessments and continuous feedback for improvisation in the learning process.

 

Co-curriculum Activities

School today is no longer confined to class instruction. We believe that school is much more than academics lessons and qualifications. Many of the most important lessons are those which students learn as part of team games, cross fertilization of ideas, competitions which also support formal learning.
Hard in hand classroom education, different events provide the students with an opportunity to be a part of a board spectrum of activities which promote the development of a “Complete Being”.
Some of the activities are :

  • Dramatics
  • Literary Activities
  • Quiz
  • Art/Craft
  • Music & Dance
  • Games & Sports
  • Karate
  • Cricket, Table Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Chess, Football, Swimming, Basketball.
Activities in Pre-primary Section Related to:-
  • Sensory Education: Recognize sounds, Texture etc.
  • Motor Development : Coloring, Scribbling, Climbing stairs, stringing Beads, Clay molding etc.

 

Parent-student-teacher relationship

The importance of both, teacher and parents in the life of child is great. Together they lay the foundation stone of the child’s future. The need to maintain a harmoniously delicate balance between home and school is therefore essential in making this foundation strong and secure.
We encourage a healthy communication between parents and teachers in the interest of the child. This is encouraged through meeting sessions between parents, teachers and the principal, where they can express their understanding and intimate insights into the needs of the child.

 

Games and Sports

To keep the body in good health is a duty, for otherwise we shall not be able to trim the lamp of wisdom, and keep young minds strong and clear.
The Renaissance International School provides students with a structured, safe environment to learn the importance of exercise, nutrition, and social skills through sports. Various games in school ensure the existence of a healthy fitness in our students. Indoor and outdoor games facilities are available here.
A refreshed and active mind stimulates openness and alertness of the mind. The Renaissance International School sports facilities are open to children so that they can feel free to paly creatively and independently. The Renaissance International School aims to invites state level sports players to encourage student participation in sports.

 

Stepping Beyond the School Gates

The world today is a global village. The lands and opportunities are endless. As part of our education system, we wish to prepare our learners to become globally responsible citizens who can hold their own fort and individuality at any given point in time.
This aspiration makes education a challenging process and takes it beyond imparting text book knowledge. It means developing a sensitive attitude, empathy and rational thinking.
We believe that the responsibility of our students does not end once they step outside the school campus or the comfort of their homes, but as responsible citizens increase two folds. As citizens of the 21st century, we need to instill in our learners appreciation for social cultures, differences in individuals and high level of thinking skills where they can differentiate between right and wrong.
As members of a society our students must have ability to recognize the interdependence of people around the world, and realize that social and economic injustice, racial and ethnic inequality and ecological loss affects all people.

 

METHOD OF OVERALL ASSESSMENT

  • Project Project/Practical Conduction
  • Tests Monthly Tests
  • Exams Term Examinations

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