Near Vasavi Apartments, Chimakurthy

Our Curriculum

Activity Based Learning

Activity-based learning is the process of learning by doing. As opposed to asking kids to simply listen and take notes, activity-based learning encourages students to actively participate in their own learning experience through practical activities such as problem-solving and independent investigation.

By encouraging kids to explore, experiment and learn independently through activity-based techniques, Sasi School seeks to equip children with skills in problem-solving, critical analysis and creativity.

Admissions are open from playgroup to Grade 1.

Improve Skills

  • LANGUAGE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
  • PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
  • DEVELOPMENT OF NUMERICAL SKILLS
  • COGNITIVE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
  • INTRA-PERSONAL & INTERPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • ACTIVITIES
  • HEALTH AND HYGIENE
  • CELEBRATIONS AT SCHOOL

CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education( CBSE ) has a defined and proper set of academic activities which progresses to provide a child-centered and stress-free education environment so that a child enjoys learning and builds a passion for it. CBSE syllabus for 5 includes subjects like Maths, Science, English, Moral science, etc. The NCERT syllabus of class 5 is prepared by the experts who have many years of experience in teaching.

CBSE For Grade: I to V

The CBSE board curriculum is structured on an age-appropriate basis. In that, it is designed suitably for children of a particular age. Accordingly, the prospectus has been structured to not put a great deal of stress on children but instead appreciate the knowledge and learning.
When talking abou the syllabus, the CBSE has a more scientific approach. The whole syllabus is divided into several units. In each unit, is also specified the number of periods that are needed for completion. CBSE syllabus helps the teachers and students to plan for the exams in a more scientific way.
No, It doesn't matter of handwriting how to write it, Marking scheme just based on your given content relevant to the question.
CBSE is a lot more student-friendly than State Boards. Its course structure is designed to ensure that students do not face a lot of pressure and books are made interactive and interesting. Also, lots of fun activities are included in between the chapters to help students learn in a playful way. It makes the whole process of conveying knowledge to the students efficient and healthy.
The CBSE curriculum will definitely help you a lot if you are planning to pursue future studies from a centralized institution like an IIT or AIIMS. The preliminary exams for these institutions are organised by CBSE only and therefore you all can get an edge over others if you have done your primary and secondary education in CBSE board.

State

n State curriculum, stress free education giving equal importance to the academic, extra and co-curricular activities, is imparted for the holistic development of a child.

Learning should be a pleasant and exciting experience. Only then, will the child be interested in learning anything. Curiosity stimulated through the right teaching aids and methodologies will soon turn into a desire to explore and understand the world around all.

Grade: VI to X

Exclusive study materials are designed for CBSE and State syllabi. Talented students are trained and encouraged to take part in mathematics and science Olympiads and other external competitions and present their skill.
The examinations are aimed to analyse the student's grasping power, ability to retain and recall what he has grasped and his presentation skills. They are held at regular intervals so that the student is well trained to face the exams with ease and also to learn how to adjust his time in answering all the questions within the allotted period.
In the remedial hours, individual attention is paid to the students to help them overcome their weakness in the subject which will also render any need for tuitions at home not only unnecessary but also a surplus.
To promote the scientific temperament in our children, they are encouraged to organize Science Exhibitions. Such exhibitions may look like very small things to grown ups. But, for a child, they mean a lot for they teach him about .Conceiving an idea, Planning an exhibit, Execution of the work and Achieving success