Edify School Bengaluru

PSP (1-5)

PSP (1-5)

PSP (1-5)

The Primary School Program by Edify Schools is for age group of students between 5-11 years of age. This is the age for building strong basics for the students to use in higher education. Hence the program aims to develop in the students a reflective thinking approach that would help them identify and come up with solutions for real world problems via integrated thinking which imbibed through the trans-disciplinary learning approach. The overall learning process is spread across our trans-disciplinary 3C curriculum which has an inquiry approach to build the competency and the character of the learners. It tries to instil those characters required to flourish in this competitive world like open-mindedness, confidence, adaptability and so on.

The curriculum is an umbrella term which extends over six inquiry modules wherein students’ participation in their own learning advances in a progressive manner.In this process, the students learn to master subject specific skills such as receptive (listening and reading) and productive (speaking and writing) skills in languages in a way that they can comprehend, draw inferences from, relate to texts, read critically, use language creatively and imaginatively in day to day transactions and performances.

Since, Edify Schools believe in developing cross cultural understanding students are sensitized not only towards their culture but also appreciate similarities and differences across languages. In Mathematics, at the end of the program students are able to develop an understanding of numeration system, perform computations related to day to day activities, learn vocabulary in relation to spatial orientation, develop connection between logical function and day to day life, collect, represent and interpret simple data, identify and extend simple patterns etc.

EVS focuses on developing the following skills through delivering content in the form of: Observation and Reporting, Discussion, Expression, Explanation, Classification, Questioning, Analysis, Experimentation, concern for justice and equality and cooperation. All the learning engagements planned in a class strive to create age specific development milestone such as fine motor skills- attempting tasks independently with maximizing use of fingers such as writing, making decisions, social engagement- through peer work, increased communication tasks and all the skills that strengthen the core foundation knowledge in any student.