Our Curriculum

NCERT syllabus is extended/ expanded to a customized curriculum for better teaching - learning experience. Vatsalya has designed its own curriculum to enhance learning ability of the scholars, according to the capacity and requirement of various grades.

Nursery to II:-

Create Interest for Learning

We take pride in offering a dynamic and engaging curriculum for our youngest learners, from Nursery to Grade II. Our approach is centered around creating a foundation for a lifelong love for learning. We understand that the early years are crucial in shaping a child's attitude towards education, and our curriculum is designed to make the learning journey a joyous and exciting adventure.

3rd to V:

Escorted Learning

our commitment to holistic education continues to flourish in the classrooms of Grades III to V. This phase of a student's academic journey is characterized by Escorted Learning, a unique approach designed to guide young minds through a comprehensive and enriching curriculum. We understand the pivotal role these years play in shaping a child's academic foundation, and our program is meticulously crafted to foster curiosity, critical thinking, and a passion for learning.

6th to VIII:-

Guided Learning

At Vatsalya Public School, our commitment to academic excellence continues to flourish through Grades VI to VIII, marked by our distinctive approach called Guided Learning. Recognizing the transitional nature of these years, we have curated a curriculum that not only builds upon foundational knowledge but also guides students towards higher academic proficiency, critical thinking, and personal growth.

9th to XII:-

Independent and Guided Learning based on NCERT curriculum.

The high school years from Grade IX to XII mark a transformative phase of education. Our curriculum is meticulously designed to foster independent thinking, intellectual curiosity, and academic excellence, guided by the esteemed National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) framework. This period of education goes beyond traditional learning, preparing students not only for academic success but also for the challenges of higher education and the diverse

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