Scaling Greater Heights....
Our program is based on active learning, learning by doing, learning by challenging, and stretching in ways that promote growth.
Assessment is the key component of learning as it determines whether the goals of education are being met. It provides timely and informative feedback to students and motivates them towards self-improvement
Primary Level (Classes I - V)
ObjectiveWe at Salwan nurture our students as strong, individualistic, and unique beings ready to face the challenges posed by the modern world. Education at Salwan is about possibilities. To achieve such outcomes, it is important that the learning programme facilitates the discovery of a child’s innate talents and generates an excitement for learning new things. Every child possesses a deep curiosity and potential and it is important that through their learning journey this individualism is nurtured and groomed. Our educational approach is a perfect balance of pedagogies and methodologies that allow the child to reflect, solve, create, grow and most importantly, think.
The CurriculumOur curriculum offers an optimal balance of content knowledge, skill application and attitude building. We are mindful of children being allowed to develop at their own pace, and our curricula enables children to direct their own learning. Age appropriate, psychologically mapped and suitable pedagogical tangibles are used to groom free thinking, responsible learners who are equipped with 21st century skills. The focus is not merely on loading information into young impressionable minds but equipping them to utilise this knowledge. This holistic development will groom them to create a sustainable world and become smart citizens. Our Educational Approach at a glance
|Student Group||Level||Class||Pedagogic Approach||Focus on Development Skills||Continuous- Interventional mentoring and self-directed learning|
|Little Salwanian||Foundational||Nursery-Kindergarten||Play way||
AssessmentAssessments are a very important part of the learning process. However, to create joyous learning spaces, it is important to eliminate the pressure of a comparative performance. The focus of the observations is on important developmental experiences that should happen in the appropriate stages of learning and result in building existing strengths. Assessment in the Junior Classes is based on the ‘constructivist theory’. The underlying principle propagates an approach which is individualistic and directs the learner to improve their own skills. The curriculum and assessment guidelines are organized to observe the four interrelated domains: physical and motor, language, cognitive, social and emotional. Learning can be assessed over time and in context. A system of regular Formative Assessments helps us achieve this.
Classes VI-IX (As per CBSE Guidelines)
1. It is mandatory to appear in all Examinations.
2. In order to be declared as ‘Pass’, a candidate shall obtain not less than 33% marks in each of the five subjects separately.
3. If a student gets less than 33% in one subject, his/her promotion in the said subject will be as per the policy guidelines
issued by DoE (Govt. of Delhi).
4. Students will be awarded marks as well as grades.(Classes VI-IX).
5. Promotion to Class IX will be as per the policy issued by DOE.
Class (XI) (as per CBSE guidelines)
1. In order to be declared as ‘Pass’, a candidate shall obtain not less than 33% marks in each of the five subjects on a
cumulative basis in theory and practical separately.
2. If a student gets less than 33% in one subject, he/she will be placed in ‘Compartment’ in the said subject as per rules. A
student failing in more than one subject shall not be promoted.
3. Promotion in the said subject will be as per the policy guidelines issued by DoE (Govt. of Delhi).
As examination gives a clear picture of understanding of a student in subjects as well as helps in the promotion of the
student to the next session, it is advised that the student should not miss any of the exams during the session.
1. However, in case of medical issues and/or if the student is officially representing the School in any event, a retest will be
conducted for the respective student/s. Only in the above two cases, promotion to the next class can be considered on the
basis of their performance in the retest.
2. 75% attendance is mandatory to appear in the final examination. In case a student joins late due to late admission, the
attendance shall be calculated from the date of joining.
3. In case a student is found using unfair means, zero will be awarded in the first answer sheet and the second answer sheet
will be assessed. No extra time will be given. Repetition of the offense will result in suspension.
Third Language Option Classes VI- VIII – Urdu/Sanskrit/Punjabi
Second Language Option Class IX- Hindi/ Sanskrit/ Punjabi
Salwan Public School, Rajendra Nagar, New Delhi is a co-educational Senior Secondary School affiliated to CBSE.