Long learning is the corner stone of academic planning and activities at Bansal Public School.
Learning and assessment are all intertwined to foster a learning environment. We strongly believe that learning takes place best when the learner discovers facts and ideas rather than being taught. To this end, a lot of emphasis is placed on training across all stages of curriculum.
The curriculum focuses on integration of knowledge from all spheres. Teaching learning methods are geared to stimulate creative thinking, critical thinking and problem solving skills. The learner has to discover and integrate academic knowledge in relation to the real world causing holistic learning.
Some of the activities include group discussions, presentation, project work and topic based research across all subjects.
Along with the academic content, the curriculum comprises of a rich co-curricular part which includes Music, Dance, Art, Craft, Sports, Computers, Foundation of Information Technology, Projects, excursions and other activities. Regular sessions of Quality Circle Time are taken up to ensure growth in emotional and social component of the child’s personality.
The academic year is divided into two term examinations and two periodic tests. Students are continuously assessed throughout the academic year, not only through these tests and examinations but also through project work, presentations, assignments and classroom participation. The evaluation of the final result will be a culmination of grades which the student has secured in all these assessments.
Students, who require added support academically, attend regular remedial classes in all subjects. These classes focus on helping students gain clarity over certain concepts discussed in class through individual attention, revision and exercises that enhance learning.