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Curriculum Overview


For each student, goals would depend on the Current Performance Level obtained during assessment done at the start . Assessment and goals would be shared twice – one in Nov-Dec and the other in March-April of every academic year.

Students below 14 years, AIMS media students, and students involved in the basic computer program would have stand-alone literacy, numeracy, basic computer skills and skill training, along with co-curricular activities.

The focus for students in work skills unit would be enhancing attention, engagement and systematic work skills. Co-curricular activities would be provided every day to enhance sensory, physical and emotional well-being. Literacy, numeracy and basic computer skills would be integrated with graded, structured work experience.

The learning approach for the students will follow an integration of their visual, kinesthetic and the auditory senses. Supporting the skills and the literacy the student’s daily routine will have activities which will help them build on and enhance their gross motor, fine motor skills along with communication and this will be an integral part of the curriculum.

Gross motor - Sports is a vital part of the curriculum. The children immensely benefit in terms of the balance, body awareness and social skills. A gym with specialized equipment to work on muscular coordination and endurance would be added on.
The sports department will have a curriculum planned for each child based on the current performance level and students will be trained on general exercises, yoga, athletics and martial arts.

Fine motor – Activities in art which will involve pottery, basic sculpting will help in ensuring and enhancing their sensory and fine motor abilities.

Communication – is not restricted to the verbal form of expression, rather it is the ability to express one’s thoughts and emotions. Theatre, dance and music are the avenues which would provide an opportunity to students to enhance their expressive skills.

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