Our school’s curriculum is recognized by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Its primary objective is to provide a solid and unshakeable foundation in the core subject areas of science, mathematics, social science, language and environmental studies. However, The Taruwin educational practice is not limited to textbook learning alone – instead our experiential curriculum provides hands-on learning, teaches macro concepts, encourages free expression and develops creative and critical thinking faculties. We also use cutting-edge technological aids as an integral part of the classroom experience. This includes self-learning software programs, online tutorials, Smart Boards and computerized laboratories. (Visit our Infrastructure section for detailed information on our facilities.) We believe that the most effective educational experience is a holistic one. The Taruwin curriculum is hence multifaceted, and includes an array of enrichment programs that span art, sport and community service. Above all, we do not follow a one-size-fits-all methodology – our curriculum responds to diverse learning needs and supports customized teaching approaches to complement each child’s age, learning style and developmental requirements. The Taruwin consists of the main school and a kindergarten called Butterflies . The main school comprises the primary school (grades I to IV), middle school (grades V to VII) and high school (grades VIII to XI)
Nursery School (Playgroups, LKG, UKG)
Every day in Butterflies, the kindergarten unit of Taruwin, is fun for kids.
- Rhymes, Stories, Poetry, Handwriting, Jigsaw puzzles and poster games
- Practice to develop literacy skills, numerical skills and general awareness skills
- Activities to develop gross and fine motor skills
- Paves ways in improving social skills, Conversation in English
- Art and Craft activities to sensitive the young minds for spatial concepts and aesthetics
Primary School (Grades I to IV)
Spatial, linguistic, logical-mathematical, kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal and naturalist elements are incorporated into a well-rounded curriculum, such that every student can excel at whatever he or she does best, while improving any under-developed areas.
Key areas that the primary school curriculum addresses are as follows:
- Honing of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills
- A special program for Spoken English
- Building a strong foundation in mathematics
- An introduction to the subjects of science and social studies
- A grasp over the second language, Hindi
- Nurturing an interest in the arts, craft, pottery, music and dance
- An emphasis on physical education and sport
Middle School Grades V to VII
Our curriculum, during these crucial years in a child’s life, is geared towards facilitating a meaningful and happy transition into adolescence. Beyond lesson plans and tests, the syllabus also focuses on empowering students with knowledge, self-awareness and self-confidence.
The curriculum for grades V, VI and VII includes
- 2nd Language (Tamil)
- 3rd language ( Hindi )
- Social studies
Along with academics, we also underscore the importance of developing critical thinking faculties. For instance, our students are trained to develop strong research and writing skills. Education goes way beyond the classroom walls. In the middle school, students get to engage their minds and bodies and involve themselves in a host of co-curricular programs including athletics, football, Volleyball, hockey, Badminton and field events.
High School Grades VIII, IX and X
Grades VIII, IX and X follow the NCERT curriculum. High school forms the very foundation on which further education and careers are mapped out. Hence, our programs, courses and resources are devoted to helping our students achieve academic excellence, compete and perform to the best of their ability, plan their futures and connect to the world in meaningful ways