Secondary School Programme (IX - X)

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The Secondary School Programme is planned in such a way that it integrates the knowledge that students have gained in the previous years and facilitates a deeper understanding of each subject. It caters to individual learning styles in terms of pedagogy and assessment. Emphasis is laid on strengthening application-based learning through projects, experiments, assignments, discussions, presentations, etc.

Secondary School Programme Highlights :

  • The Programme provides a well-mapped curriculum which refines the thinking skills with effective learning materials and resources.
  • The subjects offered by the School at the secondary level are English as First Language; Hindi/Sanskrit as Second Language; Mathematics; Science; and Social Science.
  • The language curriculum imparts varied experiences from the real world to facilitate the learners to contextualise the knowledge of the language and gain meaningful experiences.
  • Students acquire and develop communication and listening skills through well designed activities like debates, group discussions, elocution, extempore, theme-based talks, drama, skits, role-play, etc.
  • It encourages students to explore the relationship between practical and theoretical concepts of various subjects.
  • Interdisciplinary approach dissolves the boundaries of subjects and reinforces learning across the curriculum.
  • Workshops and interactive sessions with noted resource persons proves effective in guiding and counselling the students.
  • Students are encouraged to explore and make extensive and meaningful use of library resources, for reference, project works, discussions, presentations as well as casual reading.
  • Laboratory experiments are an integral part of the teaching-learning methodology that equip students with the skills of observation, and logical and analytical thinking.
  • Students receive Personalised academic support in the form of enrichment/academic support classes to reinforce the concepts learnt in regular classes and bridge the learning gaps.
  • Personality and leadership skills development programmes help students become more responsive to the dynamics of their physical, emotional and social development.
  • At RFS, the learning objectives of the CBSE board are successfully amalgamated with our philosophy of fostering the holistic development of our students.