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Curriculum:

The MVS curriculum aims at the overall development of a child. It is an institution that transpires an education system which will inculcate amongst children wisdom, values, vigour and conviction along with the joy of learning. While encouraging positive individual characteristics, it promotes student responsibility, co-operation, creativity and respect for individuality. The curriculum provides the essential academic, social and physical skills that the child needs to face challenges in the modern world. The medium of instruction is English. MVS students not only posses academic standards, but high behaviourial standard as well. It is the holistic approach to education that makes MVS stand out as pioneers in making learning an enriching experience.
The school is divided into two sections � Pre-Primary and Primary with the following subjects.


Pre-Primary Curriculum:

Identification of Shapes, Colours, Rhymes, Drawing shapes, Colouring, Basic numerals, Alphabet, Words, Development of motor skills through Games.


Classes I � III :

English, Hindi, Mathematics, EVS, Value education, General Knowledge and computers.


Classes IV & V :

English, Hindi, Mathematics, General Knowledge, Value education, Science, Social Studies and Computers.


Examination Policy :

CCE

Only Grades will be reflected in the progress report card.
The 9 point grading system is as follows:


Scholastic - B

 

Scholastic - B

Marks

Grade

Grade Points

GRADE

Grade Point

91-100

A1

10

A+

4.1 to 5.0

81-90

A2

9

A

3.1 to 4.0

71-80

B1

8

B+

2.1 to 3.0

61-70

B2

7

B

1.1 to 2.0

51-60

C1

6

C

0.0 to 1.0

41-50

C2

5

 

33-40

D

4

21-32

E1

Grade improvement Test

00-20

E2

Grade improvement Test


 Promotion is based on the day-to-day work of the student throughout the year and also on the performance in the terminal examination.
First Term � FA1 (10%) + FA2(10%) + SA1(30%) Formative Assessment (FA) 1+2+3+4 = 40%
Second Term � FA3 (10%) + FA4(10%) + SA2(30%) Formative Assessment (SA) 1+2 = 60%

Percentile � A percentile rank is the percentage of scores that fall below a given score. To find the percentile rank of a score x, out of a set of n score, where x is not included, use:



No. of score below x

n X 100 = Percentile rank

Life Skill Assessment (2A)
The 5 point Grading scale for life skill assessment is given below:
Most Indicators in a skill �A+ Some Indicators in a skill �B+
Many Indicators in a skill �A Few Indicators in a skill �B
Very few Indicators in a skill �C

 

Formative Assessments' 1 to 4 will include the following:

  1. Written Assessment based on theory.
  2. Practical Assessment based on CBSE Curriculum
  3. Continuous Assessment in the following areas:
    1. Home Assignments/Class Assignments. (Regularity, Neatness, Presentation Correctness)
    2. Class Response/Oral Assessment/Quiz
    3. Sports activities
    4. Cultural activities
    5. Literacy activities
    6. Group Activities preferably in groups of 4-5 students
  4. Investigatory/ Experiment Projects
  5. Assessment on worksheets based on field trip
    1. During the course of the year there will be 4 Formative and 2 Summative Tests
    2. Appearing in all the tests is compulsory. However, on Medical Grounds, due to tragedy in the family or participation on behalf of the school in Literary Activities / Sports outside the school, leave may be granted by the Principal, if an application along with the medical certificate or documentary proof is submitted to the Principal prior to the' commencement of the Test/Tests.
    1. The promotion to the next higher class will be based on overall Final Consolidated Result.
    2. The Decision of the Administration with regard to promotion is final and in no circumstances will this decision be reconsidered.
    3. If no prior permission as per 6b. above is obtained, no weightage will be given for the absence in any of the tests.
    4. A student scoring minimum D grade in all the subjects will be promoted to the next higher class provided the attendance is minimum 90% which may be condoned by the Principal to a maximum of 15% on medical grounds or due to unforeseen circumstances supported by a medical certificate or documentary proof.
    5. A student getting minimum D grade in all the subjects except 2 will be eligible for the Improvement Tests. A student clearing Improvement Tests will be promoted to next higher class.
    6. Anyone found using unfair means will be awarded E grade in the Exam and is liable, to be expelled at the end of the session.
  6. Rank will not be awarded.