Curriculum

A teacher inspires a child to know things himself through constructive activities. The main function of the teacher is to help children develop their talents, abilities and capabilities. This education system encourages a child to acquire more knowledge. The school curriculum has broad areas to take care of all the developmental aspects of the child. The cognitive, affective and psychomotor. A subject like language, mathematics, science and social studies helps mainly the cognitive development of the child. Many other activities are necessary for the development of the affective and psychomotor domain. Those activities like games and sport, art and music, craft work etc. are termed as co-scholastic activities. Instead of co-curricular activities, the term co-scholastic activities are used as both cognitive and non-cognitive development can take place by exposing the child to the lesson on scholastic subjects and non-scholastic subjects.