Message from Ms.Renu Uberoi, Principal

Dear Parents,

Greetings from the All Saints family!

Since the time I have taken over as Principal of All Saints International School, I have noticed that the school draws its unique strength from the fact that the committed management, faculty and parents work dedicatedly together to fulfil the noblest purpose of education i.e to enlighten young minds with the flame of knowledge, and at the same time, infuse them with a respect and love for learning. Our dear students are showing fine promise of becoming globally integrated and responsive citizens who are being empowered with the skills for the next century in our school. Yet, they remain, well-endowed and grounded with their school's intuitive ethos and fine ethics as they prepare to affect and impact the society and community they reach out to as adults at a future date.

I am committed to supporting the cardinal principles of education i.e. Literacy, School Development, Students' Academic Graph, Community Partnerships, Health and Wellness and Enrichment of the faculty. In academics, I will be taking our School's Experiential Learning Programme to the next level, and ensuring that the students' comprehension of facts and content is fuelled and engined through observations, self-discovery, experiments and analytical skills.

I wish to prepare our students to participate and excel in external and international competitions. At the same time, I will be ensuring that ourstudents take an active part in inter-school sports competitions at zonal andstate level, thereby securing their holistic development. Empowering students by giving them many more opportunities to lead and be a role model through the Student's Council and other forums as well as empowering faculty are also the important areas in which I will be concentrating.

You have been our constant support in every venture and endeavour. I look forward to enjoying closer ties with you and working together to take our school to fresh heights of glory and success.

Regards,
Ms. Renu Uberoi
Principal

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Curriculum / Primary Curriculum

Primary Curriculum (Grades I-V)

After careful planning and thorough research, our school has designed its annual curriculum to be a road map of the learning and teaching process that will take place in an entire academic session.

Education in All Saints is a joyful journey into the world of learning. Our school curriculum has been mapped out according to sound pedagogy and latest methodology with the purpose of facilitating acquisition not only of knowledge in core subjects, the 4Cs (creative, communicative, critical and collaborative skills) but also to encourage the development of sound values and positive attitudes as well.

With this objective, the primary curriculum incorporates a new dimension of Integrated and Thematic learning. Thematic curriculum is a way of teaching and learning, where by many areas of curriculum are connected together and integrated as a theme

  • It is based on the idea that knowledge acquisition is efficient among students when they learn in the context of a coherent and holistic way.
  • They can associate whatever they learn to their surrounding and real life examples.
  • Thematic instruction seeks to put the cognitive skills such as reading, thinking, memorizing, and writing in the context of a real life situation under the broad aim to allow maximum creative exploration in a child.

Significance of Integrated and Thematic learning

  • It allows learning to be more natural and less fragmented.
  • The Thematic syllabus revolves around the integrated textbook for active and holistic learning.
  • Being well-structured, it interweaves all concepts required to learn at primary stage.
  • It helps students to understand connections and draw conclusions from the real world.
  • It integrates all subjects through a common theme.
  • Learning takes place through a variety of fun filled activities.
  • Students have choice in what they learn and how they learn.
  • It utilizes Collaborative and Cooperative Learning.
  • It helps in promoting learning with understanding and discourages rote learning.
  • The main objective is to create a relationship with the learning intentions and learning outcomes.



The Primary school curriculum majorly highlights the -

3 E's- Explore, Express, Enjoy

Keeping this in view, the curriculum has been devised on the Multiple Intelligence Theory. This theory encompasses seven different aspects of intelligence-

  1. Linguistic Intelligence
  2. Logical Intelligence
  3. Musical Intelligence
  4. Interpersonal Intelligence
  5. Intrapersonal Intelligence
  6. Naturalist Intelligence
  7. Existential Intelligence

All students learn each day's lesson in different ways. They build models, make collaborative decisions, solve deductive reasoning problems, read, write, dance, create songs and illustrate all in one school day.

  • In the Personal Work Centre (Intrapersonal Intelligence), students explore the present area of study through research, reflection, or individual projects.
  • In the Working Together Centre (Interpersonal Intelligence), they develop cooperative learning skills as they solve problems, answer questions, create learning games, brainstorm ideas and discuss topic collaboratively.
  • In the Math & Science Centre (Logical Intelligence), they work with math games, manipulative, mathematical concepts, science experiments, deductive reasoning, and problem solving.
  • In the Art Centre (Spatial Intelligence), they explore a subject area using diverse art media and pictures.
  • In the Reading Centre (Linguistic Intelligence), students read, write, and learn in many traditional modes. They analyze and organize information in written form.