International Primary Curriculum


The students of Classes I to V of the Manav Sthali School’s International Primary Wing, Delhi celebrated the culmination of their International Primary Curriculum (UK) which is a comprehensive, thematic, creative curriculum, with a clear process of learning and specific learning goals for every subject. The students through their unit of work — Superhumans, learnt a lot about the human body. It was interesting to see how they shared their learning with the visitors. The wing was converted into a super speciality hospital, where each classroom was converted into different departments: OPD, Wellness Centre, Ophthalmology & Orthopedic Ward and a causality ward. Students were dressed as doctors, nurses, fitness-experts and engaged in varied role-plays and conducting physical examinations of the visitors. The visitors felt enthralled to get an eye-check up or receive first-aid. Students, as professional doctors, checked the heart-beat, pulse and body temperature of the visitors and issued fitness-report cards. It was indeed a revelation of the philosophy underlying the IPC curriculum, as to how the learning through the unit of work transforms the participants into confident teachers themselves.



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