Our aim is to provide a spectrum of brand and balanced education, which not only prepares the students for public examinations but also gives young people the confidence to achieve success in their adult life.
Our curriculum brings to the learners the best of both the worlds. It unites the educational approach in India and in the West, to form a program of study that ensures a sense of identity, spiritualism and ethics in the learners with a scientific understanding of their individual needs.
With a curriculum designed and developed by the Andhra Pradesh State Board, the school lays special emphasis on English language.
For us at Sri Sai Concept School, the goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth
We teach state board syllabus.
Academic terms: June to April
The school has a short break for Dussehra and two long breaks one in Winter and in Summer. However, the students appearing
for the Board exams will have Special classes during the vacations.
National Holidays and Public Holidays.
“We need to bring learning to people instead of people to learning.”
1.The CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) will be followed from grades I TO V.
2.Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation: Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation refers to a system of school based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of development. The scheme is thus a curricular initiative, attempting to shift emphasis from testing to holistic learning. It aims at creating good citizens possessing sound health, appropriate skills and desirable qualities, apart from academic excellence. It is hoped that this will equip the learners to meet the challenges of life with confidence and success. The students shall be tested for both scholastic and co-curricular excellence.
3. The academic session is divided into three terms:
First term: June to September
Second term: October to December
Third term: January to April
Formative assessment is carried out by the teacher to monitor the learner’s progress continuously in a non-threatening, friendly and supportive environment. It involves regular descriptive feedback, chance for the students to reflect on their performance, take advice and improve upon it. This scholastic assessment is carried out during a course of instruction for providing continuous feedback to teachers and learners. The assessment includes oral questions, conversational skills, projects, assignments, quizzes, research work, etc.
Summative Assessment is carried out at the end of the term. It measures how much a student has learned from the course. It will be marked/graded. The question paper shall include MCQs, short answer questions and long answer questions. The student shall also be assessed in the Co-Scholastic areas.
The Co-Scholastic areas include:
Life Skills (Critical thinking skills, Social skills and Emotional skills)
Attitude (towards teachers, schoolmates, school programs and the environment)
Literary and Creative skills