Primary Years Program

We follow all the CBSE norms and guidelines for regular assessments and evaluations.

The primary years are some of the most influential years in the child’s life for overall development. Thus, we have specially formulated a program for nursery, LKG, UKG, Grade 1 and Grade 2 as they move through these years of learning and growth.

We focus on the following skill-set developments during the primary years.

Teachers encourage children to participate as a part of a group for social interactions. They also learn to accept the consequences for their behaviour. Developing and boosting self-control and a positive self-image go a long way in creating confident students and leaders. With time, children learn to enjoy being in school.

Children experience the joy of listening to stories and then acting out simple dramas. Young children learn to express themselves orally and expand their vocabulary on a daily basis. By the time children complete UKG, they are able to recognize the verbal spelling of their name and read short sentences, too. They will also be able to write their own name and simple words.

At SBPS, our teachers introduce math concepts through simple counting and geometric shapes. In Playgroup, children learn to count till 10, and by Nursery, they can count till 20 and identify before and after numbers too. Older children in kindergarten can even grasp the fundamentals of fractions and basic operations like addition and subtraction. We ensure that all concepts are learned with concrete activities so that children can measure, sort, match, and create patterns to learn and enjoy the numbers journey!

The concepts of environmental science are taught in a way that indulges the child’s natural curiosity about the world around them. Children love to explore, question, and discover their physical and social environments in the form of an experiment lab. The program begins with a focus on the self – body parts, being healthy, family, etc. Next, we introduce concepts of the environment like relationships, community helpers, etc. This is followed by an introduction to concepts of physical and natural environment like pets, seasons, farms, vegetables, calendar, transport, etc.

Young children are learning to walk with coordination and kick objects, perform finger plays and communicate their needs. During the primary years, we teach children to skip, swing, run, lace their shoes, and even dress up on their own to boost physical development and independence.

Teachers often present children with opportunities to work with pencils, scissors, crayons, small-pegs, and beads. By exploring various art materials and indulging in regular art and craft, their fine motor skills are developed at a steady pace.

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