We follow Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP) for Class 1 to Class 5. Our Primary programme is designed to foster the development of the whole child, not just in the classroom but also through other means of learning. The primary programme focuses on the total growth of the developing child, touching hearts as well as minds and encompassing social, physical, emotional and cultural needs in addition to academic welfare.
In the Elementary School, students explore many different subject areas, often in ways that transcend conventional subject boundaries. Throughout the syllabi, teachers and students generate questions with which to conduct inquiry into significant content. Through this inquiry process, students gain essential knowledge and skills and are encouraged to engage in responsible actions. Students don't just acquire knowledge, but they examine larger concepts and begin to make meaningful connections in their world. They do all of this in a climate which fosters positive attitudes and develops a concept of internationalism.
The Elementary curriculum is divided into seven areas of learning, all of which are important for the children's all round development. All learning experiences should be seen as contributing to whole child development. Young children's learning should be holistic, using every experience, linking them together to produce new skills or concepts. Well-structured and purposeful play activities enhance and extend children's learning.
Language and Literacy and Communication skills
Language and Literacy is divided into four specific areas of activity: speaking and listening, reading and writing. These areas all combine and interact to develop the child's ability in language and literacy.
A competent use of language is the most fundamental of human skills and is decisive in making progress in other areas of learning. If a child is given a wide range of language experiences, the child's intellectual, emotional and social learning will also be enhanced.
Personal and Social Development, well being and cultural diversity
Children learn about themselves and about relationships with other children and adults. They learn about the world outside the family and about how people live and work. They are also encouraged to become more independent.
Bangla Language Development
Children learn best through developing their problem-solving skills. Developing mathematical language is crucial to helping children develop their understanding about mathematical ideas. Beginning to understand mathematical processes and concepts is the foundation of numeracy. In order for mathematical ideas to be meaningful, they must first be understood in the context of an activity.
Knowledge and Understanding of the World
Knowledge and Understanding of the World is probably the most all-encompassing of the seven areas of learning. Children will have experience of other cultures, of past events, of the work people do, of the use of money, of the environment, of animals and other living things.
By exploring their environment and the world around them, children will develop ideas that will form the basis of future learning in history, geography, design, technology and I.C.T.