PROGRAMMES AND SYLLABUS

CBSE – CCE

The scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) is to be followed in schools under the CBSE, a candidate has to undergo assessments in Scholastic as well as Co-Scholastic Areas.

  • Each academic year has been divided into two terms :ApprochLearning3
  • Term I – April to September (Jan to June for winter closing schools)
  • Term II – October to March (July to December for winter closing schools)
  • All the students shall be required to undergo various School based assessments in Co-Scholastic Areas in Classes IX and X.
  • All the students shall also be required to undergo following assessments in Scholastic Areas

LEARNING RESOURCES CELL

Special Educational Needs

It is a known fact that every child has the ability to learn but learning becomes most effective and enjoyable when it ApprochLearning1happens at the child’s individual pace. Keeping in mind that every child is special in his or her own way, the school has a Special Educational Needs (SEN) team.

The SEN team has trained and competent special educators who observe children and interact with the teachers on a regular basis. They identify the special needs of students and recommend appropriate measures towards an effort to integrate the special child in the mainstream.

In addition, extension activities are provided to students (of pre-primary and primary) who are academically advanced. These activities are carried out by the class teachers in the classroom.

 

Differential learning

ApprochLearning2Keeping with the school motto of helping students to learn, achieve and inspire, the Career Point World School Counselling Department strives to support an all-round development of the students. At Career Point World School, the emotional well being of students is of utmost importance. Our School Counselling Programme is therefore, available to each and every student. It is both preventive as well as responsive. Our goal is to promote a commitment to lifelong learning, personal and academic growth and to aid students in becoming responsible, culturally aware and productive members of the society. The school counsellors work in partnership with parents, teachers and the school administration to help facilitate holistic development of all the school students.

The SEN team has trained and competent special educators who observe children and interact with the teachers on a regular basis. They identify the special needs of students and recommend appropriate measures towards an effort to integrate the special child in the mainstream.