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CURRICULUM

Scholastic

Elementary Education is the basis for the child’s success. At PREMIER COLLEGE, being a state level Affiliated , we believe that children must receive thorough grounding and development of character, which are essential parts of good education. Our curriculum is based on the research-based recommendations of the education, and is designed to make learning fun, activity-based and experiential. Students are encouraged to take an active part in the learning process by involving them in various interesting and fun-based activities like class exhibitions, role-plays and demonstrations. They also get many opportunities to work on interesting projects and assignments as part of the academics. 

Annual Day

Annual Day forms an integral part of our school activities.  It is an occasion of celebration, felicitation, feast and festivity when students present not only their wonderful performances but also receive honors for their curricular and co-curricular achievements.

The Annual Prize Distribution function was a moment of pride and honour for all the winners and achievers of the school. The students were awarded prizes in the Academic as well as Co-Curricular areas.

Co-Scholastic

Keeping in view, the all-round development of our students, they are given a regular practice in martial arts, music, dance, art & craft, yoga and various literary activities by trained instructors. Various class-level competitions are conducted on a regular basis throughout the academic year. To be in touch with our rich and ancient heritage, important festivals like Navratri, Christmas etc are celebrated with great joy.The children have an enriching experience while celebrating events like our National Festivals, Children’s Day, Teachers’ Day, Sports Day and Annual Day. 

Sports

Exercise is to body what knowledge is to the mind. Physical education contributes not only to fitness but also to efficiency, mental alertness and character-building qualities such as perseverance, team spirit, leadership, sportsmanship, competitiveness and respect for rules. This is why great emphasis is laid on students to take up sports. Schools offer facilities for Cricket, Karate, Yoga, Badminton, Football, Volleyball etc. A team of national and state level coaches identify exceptional talent of students in various disciplines and impart professional, scientific training to students. 

Educational Tour

School educational tours provide valuable educational opportunities away from the classroom, without using textbooks and other tools as used normally in school. Students on Educational Tours can learn while having fun in a more informal environment. On the Educational Tours the staff members do hands-on teaching with the students — such as at a science center or historical museum — the children are generally extremely excited to learn from these new sights.

Festivals Celebration

Celebrating events and festivals in schools have become an integral part of learning and building a strong cultural belief in a child. ... Apart from classroom activities, we also pay heed to other important festivals which must be celebrating order to understand our country's tradition. 

PTA Meeting

A parent-teacher conference, parent-teacher interview, parent-teacher night or parents' evening, is a short meeting or conference between the parents and teachers of students to discuss a child's progress at school and find solutions to academic or behavioral problems. 

 

 Truly, an organized PTA and the proper conduct of general assemblies in every school contribute to establishing a strong community, to linking all stakeholders, and to achieving the objective of making a fit learning environment for the children / pupils. 

Parents sports

Active for Life is proud to support parents in sport. Whether it’s driving kids to practices and games, preparing team snacks, organizing events, or providing a listening and supportive ear, parents play an essential role in supporting their children in sport and activity. 

Cultural Activities

 Cultural activities practiced during school hours (Culture in the School program) are different in some respects from cultural activities undertaken outside school hours (Busy Bodies, Busy Minds program).  

 

Examples

 

  • Writing and putting on a play.

  • Creating and exhibiting art works.

  • Creating and producing a show.

  • Producing a short film (a variety of subjects are possible).

  • Participating in writing, painting, ceramics and jewelry-making workshops and exhibiting the resulting creations.

  • Singing and dancing etc.