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Junior School CBSE



The vision of the New Education Policy is to instil among the learners a deep-rooted pride in being Indian, not only in thought, but also in spirit, intellect, and deeds, as well as to develop knowledge, skills, values, and dispositions that support responsible commitment to human rights, sustainable development and living, and global well-being, thereby reflecting a truly global citizen.

Genesis Global School provides a curriculum in sync with NEP and the School vision – aiming to nurture resilient, holistic, empathetic & lifelong learners in a multi-cultural environment, for a sustainable future. 

 The Primary Curriculum focuses on foundational literacy and numeracy – and generally, on reading, writing, speaking, counting, arithmetic, and mathematical thinking – moving throughout the preparatory and middle school curriculum, with a robust system of continuous formative/adaptive assessment to track and thereby individualize and ensure each student’s learning.

Key Features of the CBSE Junior School are:

  1. Experiential and Joyful learning
  2. stimulating experiences to give exposure to the real world beyond textbooks through a series of diverse activities, projects, role plays, excursions,
  3. An Inquiry-based approach to help develop curiosity.
  4. Innovative skills through design thinking component introduced by Innovation Ambassador cell programme.
  5. Hands-on activities and play way method to make learning engaging.
  6. Storytelling sessions and Role Plays.
  7. A Thematic approach to have integration of various disciplines.
  8. Well-being sessions on emotional, social and other life skills.
  9. Emphasis on value-based education to imbibe essential qualities of honesty, integrity, empathy, courage
  10. Opportunities to develop communication skills.
  11. Appropriate exposure and learning of digital literacy.
  12. Physical fitness and yoga as essential components of the curriculum.
  13. Clubs to pursue their interest in various co-curricular activities.
  14. Reduced home assignments twice/thrice a
  15. Continuous formative assessments to review the progress and learning gaps, thereby taking corrective measures.
  16. Bagless days/ minimal carrying of items to school to avoid heavy bags.
  17. Weekly reports to keep parents updated on regular basis.
  18. Parent-teacher Interactions, orientations and workshops a regular feature.