The curriculum in the pre-primary and primary school aims at developing the multiple intelligences of the children. It follows the philosophy of integrated education. Activity oriented hands-on learning plays a significant role in fostering a culture of conceptual understanding, exploration and enquiry. Children work in individually, in pairs and in groups through a thematic integration of topics. This not only enhances their learning, it also helps build connections with their surroundings as well as the larger world around beyond the boundaries of their text books. Integrated use of multimedia in the form of rich audio and video materials in each classroom, further enhances this spirit.
The language curriculum is designed to hone children’s sensitivity, sense of critical appreciation and understanding through rich experiences in listening, speaking, reading and writing.
In mathematics, strong emphasis is put on developing mathematical concepts as opposed to regurgitation and rote learning of procedures. As a result, concrete materials, relevant situations and games are used. The Science and Social Science curriculum provide opportunities for exploring, experimenting, observing, drawing conclusions and collection, recording and analysis of data. Sports (Physical training and Kalaripaittu martial art) curriculum lays emphasis on development of endurance, balance, physical co-ordination, suppleness, gross motor skills, strength and overcoming fear. Music, movement, theater and art help children to express themselves and connect to their inner selves.