At this level emphasis is on motor, oral and creative skills. Children are seen as individuals with individual needs, styles and potential and as such they are continually assessed against the standard set for each level. Teachers monitor how the children are learning as they teach using observation, questioning strategies, class discussions, worksheets, board work etc. Teachers also offer differentiated instruction by gauging assignments to readiness level, with the help of appropriate intervention or extension activities as required.
The session is divided into two terms: Term I – April to September; Term II – October to March.
In each term there will be 2 periodic tests of 20 marks in each subjects. To acclimatize Grade 5 students with the middle school assessment pattern, second Periodic Test in each term will be of 40 marks
The Time Table for each Periodic Test will be given in advance. Parents are requested to kindly note the assessment dates given in the school diary.
5% will be allotted for notebook submission which would cover regularity in assignment completion, neatness and upkeep of notebook.
Subject enrichment activities will be carried out throughout the term; however they will be evaluated at the end of each term.
Students must have a minimum 75% attendance to secure promotion.
a) A candidate will be eligible for promotion to grade X, if he/she gets 33% and above in ALL subjects in the yearly Examination of Grade IX
b) Students must have a minimum 75% attendance to secure promotion.
Minimum 75% attendance is necessary to appear for the Board Examination.
WT : 10
WT : 30
WT : 10
WT : 30
* WT – Weightate
* As per CBSE guidelines depending on the subject.
(a) A candidate will be eligible for promotion to Grade XII, if he/she gets 33% and above in at least five subjects in all the four examinations.
(b) In case of a subject involving practical work a candidate must obtain 33% marks in theory and 33% marks in practical separately in addition to 33% marks in aggregate in order to qualify in that subject.
(c) If a candidate fails to appear for any examination due to medical emergencies as certified by a registered medical practitioner, the aggregate of his/her remaining examinations will be considered provided he/she secures 33% and above in all the five subjects.
(d) If a candidate misses a practical examination date he/she will not be allowed to take a retest, however his/her practical files and project files will be assessed.
(e) Minimum 75% attendance is necessary to secure promotion.
No student will be allowed to continue in the school if he/she does not attain the promotion criteria in the same class for two years in succession.