The comprehensive component of CCE takes care of assessment of all round development of the child personality. It includes assessment in Scholastic as well as Co-Scholastic aspects of the pupil growth Scholastic aspects include subject specific areas, whereas Co-Scholastic aspects include Life Skills, Co-Curricular Activities, Attitudes and Values Assessment in Scholastic areas is done informally and formally using multiple techniques of evaluation continually and periodically. The diagnostic evaluation takes place at the end of a unit/term as a test. The causes of poor performance in some units are diagnosed using diagnostic tests. These are followed with appropriate interventions followed by retesting Assessment in Co-Scholastic areas is done using multiple techniques on the basis of identified criteria, while assessment in Life Skills is done on the basis of Indicators of Assessment and Checklists.
We at Don Bosco Public School believes that what goes on outside the classroom is as important as what goes on inside the class .Our regular academic timetable is therefore complemented by a variety of co -curricular courses, clubs and activities.Sports, Cultural Activities ( Dance/ Drama), Competitions (Debate / Extempore / Quiz), Music ( Singing / Instrumental) etc. are part of our academic timetable.
The objectives of the Scholastic domain are: Desirable behaviour related to the learner knowledge, understanding, application, evaluation, analysis, and creating the ability to apply it in an unfamiliar situation.
Our Primary School ( Class - IV to V) introduces children to the excitement and challenges of independent learning. We try to involve and stimulate all the nine intelligence. So each concept is taught using audio-visual aids as well as telling and enacting, to make it more exciting. In understanding ideas, asking questions and working out answers, children improve skills like reading, writing, researching, reasoning and communicating. In the process, they develop both strong academic skills and lasting self-confidence. Apart from English, Hindi, Mathematics, Environmental Science (EVS) and Social Studies, Abacus, Art & Craft, Dance and Physical Education (Yoga, Judo, Games) are part of our Curriculum.
As children move into middle school, our curriculum and programmes begin preparing them for the challenges of high school. Children in this age group need to shoulder responsibility and be allowed independence. We give them opportunities to meet these needs, against the backdrop of the structure and support required to be successful in their efforts. The focus is on both academic content & the development of essential skills like critical thinking, intellectual curiosity & the ability to speak & write effectively. Children are also encouraged to take part in all co-scholastic activities & to be actively involved in intra- mural & inter school events.
At Don Bosco Public School, as students move into the High School, we ensure they are guided, engaged and motivated in a more adult-oriented manner. Teaching techniques become more comprehensive. Assignments demand more involvement and independent thinking. Their growing maturity is acknowledged through increased responsibilities, in a demanding, yet supportive, environment. Critical thinking and analytical skills are honed, in preparation for the environment they will soon be entering.
As students move into the High School/ Higher Secondary, we ensure they are guided, engaged and motivated in a more adult-oriented manner. Teaching techniques become more comprehensive. Assignments demand more involvement and independent thinking. Their growing maturity is acknowledged through increased responsibilities, in a demanding, yet supportive, environment. Critical thinking and analytical skills are honed, in preparation for the environment they will soon be entering. We offer different combinations in Science, Commerce, Arts with Computer Science/ Information Practices/ Physical Education and Special Courses Mass Media Communication / Food and Beverages Management/Horticulture/Agriculture to our students within the realms of the CBSE syllabi.