| 2. Mathematics
Maths syllabus includes mathematical concepts and experiences. The sequencing of the concepts is not linear but spiral. Some important concepts for I and II std are shapes(3D and 2D), solids around us, number concepts, counting in 10s, 100s, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, question and problems to test and improve High order thinking skills, concepts on money, measurement, capacity, weight, time.
For III & IV std various mathematical operations which include 3 digit and 4 digit numbers, shapes and spatial understanding of geometrical shapes, place value beyond them and mathematical operation in fractions and decimals,money,measurement,graphical representations of data, concepts weight,measurements,volume.Time on HOTS. Maths Lab activities are conducted.
| 3. Environmental Studies
(I & II std) Things around us, family relationships, animal world, plant world, work and play, food, shelter, water, travel.
The EVS syllabus extends child's understanding of his/her world from immediate self to the neighborhood, the society and the country.
| 6. Science
Science as an independent subject starts from III on wards. The curricular for science is the environment around us basic concepts in life sciences, earth and other planets ,work force, health & hygene, animal world, plant world, air and atmosphere.
| 7. Social Science
Social Science as a separate subject starts from III onwards. A glimpse into geographical features of India, States of India, culture of people their life styles, important monuments of India, natural resources of India.