Curriculum

SCHEME OF STUDIES

CMI Public School aims at moulding its students into Global Citizens who are fully equipped to challenge the fastest growing Global equations.

All the activities of the school focus on Research oriented training, in order to help them attain various life skills such as reasoning skills , critical thinking skills, interpersonal skills, communicative skills etc .

The curriculum has been designed to in corporate activities like Exhibitions, projects, Seminars ,field trips and assignments.

Seminar: This is an integral part of our curriculum. All the students from grade six and above present seminars individually. Each Annual day, a compiled book aptly named “Facets of the world around us”, is released which includes the synopsis of the best presentations.

Group Projects: Cooperative learning is yet another integral part which imparts learning by working as a team. They are involved in both group and individual projects with an international dimension that helps them gain knowledge in depth of the topic they are learning.

Field Trips: This provides a perspective on the real world and firsthand knowledge of what they study. Be it a Paddy field or a Factory; a post office or a  railway station; a Zoo or a Museum. The school conducts four field trips a year for each grade (3 – subject based & 1- Social service)

Assignments: Students are trained to be self reliant in the matter of studies and other activities .This leads to independent learners.  Assignments that make the students reason out and learn independently are made a part of their curriculum.

Though the school follows the CBSE curriculum the matter is being imparted through the international methodology, which makes the students multifaceted, well – grounded global citizens .

The School has been recognized by the British Council through the ISA (International School Award ) which gives ample opportunities to the students to get involved in International projects. Projects are curriculum based and done in colloboration with the partner school in London. 

PART 1: Academic performance- Scholastic Areas

1. a) A Candidate is required to study:

       Language I : English

       Language II : Hindi & Malayalam (I-VII)

                                Hindi / Malayalam (IX & X)

   b) In English language, candidates are assessed in Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills (ASL) under SA1 and SA2 for 20 marks.

   c) Open Text Based Assessment (OTBA) in English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Science in Summative Assessment consists of 10 marks.

2. Each academic year has been divided in to two terms.

     First Term: FA 1(10%) + FA 2 (10%) + SA 1(30%)                                                                 = 50%

     Second Term: FA 3 (10%) + FA 4 (10%) + SA 2(30%)                                                          = 50%

     Formative Assessment: FA 1 (10%) + FA 2 (10%) + FA 3(10%) + FA 4(10%)                 = 40%

    Summative Assessment: SA 1(30%) + SA (30%)

Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) score has been reflected towards FA 4 in one language (English or Hindi), Mathematics, Science and Social Science.

3. a) It is mandatory to obtain atleast 25% marks in the Summative Assessments (both SA1 and SA2 taken together). Those obtaining less than 25% marks in a subject in SA1+SA2  shall not qualify that subject.

    b) To qualify in a subject, a candidate must obtain minimum grade D.

    c) Those candidates who have obtained Grade E1 or E2 in the subject(s) shall have to improve their performance within one month from the declaration of result to qualify in the subject(s).

PART 2: Co- Scholastic Areas

A) Life Skills

     * Thinking Skills

     * Social Skills

     * Emotional Skills

B) Work Education: (Any one to be assessed)

     Cookery Skills, Preparation of stationary items, Hand embroidery etc.

C) Visual and Performing Arts

     Music(vocal, Instrumental), Dance, Painting, Craft etc.

D) Attitude and Values towards: Teachers, School-mates, School Programmes and Environment and Value systems.

PART 3: Co- Curricular Activities

A) Suggestive activities( any two to be assessed) 

i) Literary and Creative skills

ii) Scientific Skills

iii) Information and Communications

iv) Organizational and Leadership Skills

B) Health and Physical Education ( Any two to be assessed)

i.Sports/ Indigenous sports

ii. NCC/NSS

iii. Scouting and Guiding

iv. Swimming

v. Gymnastics

vi. Yoga

vii. First Aid

viii. Gardening

ix. Material Arts

 

 

 

4. Overall performance of the candidate is based on the achievement in the Scholastic Areas as well as Co- scholastic areas and Co- Curricular Activities as follows:

a) Under scholastic areas grades have been upgraded to the next higher grade in one or two subjects as per the total Grade Points achieved under Co-Scholastic Areas 2(A), 2(B), 2(C), 2(D) and Co-Curricular  Activities 3(A), 3(B) as given below:

* 53 to 65 : Grades in two subjects of scholastic area are upgraded.

* 40 to 52 : Grade in one subject of Scholastic area is upgraded.

* 39 and below : No up-gradation of grades in subjects of scholasatic areas.

b) Up-gradation has been done from lower grade to higher grade. However, grade E2 is not to be upgraded. No grade in the subjects of scholastic area has been upgraded twice. The upgraded grade has been shown with **.

c) If mandatory 25% marks have not been obtained in the Summative Assessments in the subject. Grade E1 or E2 not to be upgraded.

d) Minimum qualifying grade in Co-Scholastic area is D.

 

    

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