Genius Kids School (Primary Section)
From the world of tiny lots Genius Kids School has opened up its academic facilities for children to blossom into primary education in a state-of –art education ambience.
Genius Kids School (Primary Section) shall be following the syllabi prescribed by the prescribed by the Central Board of Secondary Education. The school intends to get the affiliation of CBSE, New Delhi shortly.
Medium of Instruction
Although the medium of instruction is English, the school tries to maintain a very high standard in Hindi and in Hindi and Regional language.
Teaching: The Principle
At the primary level, the imparting of knowledge in various forms has to begin gradually through the study of languages, literature and other subjects. This school encourages children to ask questions, voice their doubts, verify what they are told and taught. Teachers try to instill in the pupils a sense of perspective, a sense of what is right and what is wrong.
Teaching: The Method
Education must start with knowledge and knowledge must be imparted with care. Having done so, the teacher has to ensure that a pupil has not only understood but also assimilated what he has read and heard. The next stage is to ascertain how much pupil has been able to retain. This is done first by oral and/or blackboard work, and then answers to possible questions are discussed and if necessary model answers are provided as a guidelines. This is followed by class work which is corrected in details. The corrected class work is then sent to parents for scrutiny and signature. Very little homework is set and it mostly consists of handwriting and correction of errors, revision of work done in class. In the case of slow learners, specific tasks may be set by the teachers concern. Guardians are earnestly requested not to help pupils with these tasks, for the errors made by a pupil helps a teacher to understand the actual progress made by the pupil. All that a guardian needs to do is to supervise; see to it that the pupil does the work that he has been asked to do.
General Supervision and Teacher Pupil Ratio
The school does its best to educate its pupils in the true sense of the term, teaching them to think independently and rationally. Pupils are always encouraged to interact with the teachers. To make this interaction easy and possible, it has been made certain that the teacher: pupil ratio never exceeds 1: 20.
As recommended by the CBSE, the academic year begins in April each year and ends in March the following year. Each academic year is divided into three terms:
April to September/October (inclusive of summer vacation)
October to December (exclusive of autumn and Christmas recesses)
January to March.
Though the number of terms will remain the same, the duration of each term mentioned may vary from year to year.
School hours (Monday to Friday)
Play group I – 9am to 11 am
Play group II – 9a to 11.30 am
Nursery – 9am to 12 pm
Jr.kg – 9am to 12.30 pm
Sr.kg – 9am to 1.00 pm
Class – I and II – 9am to 1.30 pm
Class III to V – 9am to 2.00 pm
Boy’s Uniform (as prescribed by School)
Girl’s Uniform (as prescribed by School)
Winter Uniform (as prescribed by School)
The school offers a comprehensive curriculum enabling students to deal with the present and prepare for the future. Emphasis is laid on communication skills, knowledge of contemporary world, understanding of cultural heritage, development of moral values, environmental awareness, spirit of community service and physical fitness.
Members of staff are qualified, trained, and experienced. Classes are small to facilitate individual attention.
To ensure ongoing learning without anxiety and fear of failure round the year assessment of the total individual takes place, using a variety of tools, including formal examinations.
Educational Counseling and Career Guidance
The school tries to attend to individual needs and special difficulties at different levels. Remedial classes are provided for students who find it difficult to cope with specific subjects.
The school offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities that include public speakers, quizzing, creative writing, art appreciation, sports, etc.