’Every child can learn, just not on the same day, or the same way.’
The Shri Ram Universal School, Hisar (TSUS) believes in the process of self- discovery and learning, thereby honing individuality and uniqueness in each child. The focus is on creating awareness in students, providing them with experiences that they could apply to real-life situations and make informed choices for themselves. This world class education will be delivered in state – of – the – art environs and add to the overall excellence the school will stand for.
At The Shri Ram Universal School (TSUS) curricular and co-curricular activities are given equal importance and every student’s needs – intellectual, physical and emotional – are met through a curriculum followed by all The Shri Ram Schools. The approach to learning and students is inclusive and integrated with the Shri Shikshaks leading from the front in imparting value based lessons aimed at sensitizing the students right from the primary level.
TSUS will be affiliated to the Indian Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)and will provide a gateway to a global arena.
The curriculum for Pre-Primary
Nursery and KG, are play-based and child centric, recognizing the students’ multiple intelligences and encouraging creative thinking. A day at the Pre Primary involves much free play, both indoors and outdoors, and structured time. Indoor free play is based around a series of activities such as Dramatic Play, Sensorial Learning, Art and Discovery Hour/Wonder Time.
Primary School would cover a period of five years –
Grades I to V, during which the basic skills in all subjects are further enhanced and higher level thinking and application skills are introduced to challenge students and stimulate their interest.The Primary School curriculum focuses on the spirit of exploration and acquiring sound language skills, clarity of mathematical concepts through data collection and interpretation, and understanding of scientific phenomena via observation, experimentation and inference.
Learning is enriched by a number of activities such as drama, storytelling, poetry, music, I.T. modules, discussions and a wide range of artistic and hands on activities.
In the Middle School years –
The students will experience the joy of learning, gain a deep understanding of important concepts, develop research and experimental skills and learn to accept personal responsibility for actions, decisions and outcomes.
Classroom and lab work will be strengthened with educational trips. Along with these essential Scholastic areas, the rich and varied Co-Scholastic program at TSUS will include exchange programs and community service, especially at the Middle School level.
The Senior School –
Grades IX to XII, would follow the CBSE syllabus. Here too the endeavour would be to make learning more student–centric and interesting. Therefore, the focus would be on projects and presentations based on group activities, which inculcate the values of team work.
At this level, some of the approaches adopted would include inquiry based learning to motivate students to reflect and research widely and appreciate a curriculum that follows an interdisciplinary approach.
TSUS would follow an assessment system, which is a school – based evaluation of a student that covers all aspects of a student’s development. It means regularity of assessment, frequency of unit testing, diagnosis of learning gaps, use of corrective measures, retesting and feedback of evidence by teachers to students for their self- evaluation.