School Curriculum : 

The Temple School is to be affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education. The whole year is divided into two terms as Semester I from April to September and semester II from October to March. As per the guidelines of Central Board of Secondary Education, Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation is being followed by which students scholastic and co-scholastic areas are subjected for testing through Formative and Summative assessments. 
Formative assessment is a continuous monitoring of student’s progress in fearless and supportive environment. It evaluates the student’s ability to observe, converse confidently, complete projects with research and comprehension, writing essays, participate in elocution, question the accepted concepts and test the relevance of concepts using lateral thinking skills, projects, quizzes, tasks, elocution, debate and other individual and group activities are given to assess the co-scholastic areas. This will be used effectively as it would improve tremendously, raising the self-esteem of the child. 
To include regularity, seriousness and systematic study habits, continuous comprehensive evaluation records are being maintained by the teachers as a yardstick to measure the performance of the students at every stage for the purpose of their continuous improvement. Fine arts, storytelling, sloka recitation and computer education form an integral part of the junior class curriculum with work experience, social service, environmental projects, heritage trips, music, dramatics and field trips enhance the senior class curriculum. Sports are given importance to enhance their physical potentiality.

Teaching Methods :

  • Use a variety of tools (oral, projects, presentations).
  • Understand different learning styles and abilities.
  • Share the assessment criteria with the students.
  • Allow peer and self assessment.
  • Give an opportunity to the student to improve.