Teaching students how to learn is just as important as teaching them what to learn. At National Public School, Marathahalli, we encourage our students to think, ask questions and quench their thirst for knowledge through independent reading and research-based learning. All this is achieved through unique learning pedagogy with critical inputs from our advisory board who are lifelong learners and teachers.
Our curriculum is updated regularly to adapt to the fast-changing global economy. The Primary and Secondary years are very crucial in students’ lives. We bring in a well-structured syllabus to build an effective Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary education system to help with their performance in academics as well as in career building. Our teaching methodologies are periodically reviewed to ensure that teaching stimulates students’ interest. NPS Marathahalli has modern classroom delivery systems, with interactive panels connected to the internet and an intranet for seamless access to content and knowledge to make the classes as interactive as possible and use different methodologies to get the best out of each student.
Starting with Primary education, collaborative learning with innovative and creative thinking skills is incorporated into lessons so that the students can share ideas and learn from each other, making them ready to face future challenges. Students are engaged in experiential learning through a variety of resources. As the students are introduced to Secondary education and Higher Secondary education, real-world learning programmes and multi-disciplinary studies are incorporated. There are also many enrichment activities including outbound trips and student exchange programmes.
The elementary years are crucial for an individual’s learning. At NPS, we follow a curated learning approach specifically designed for this age group.
Our teaching methodology focuses on play, activity and inquiry-based learning to achieve targeted outcomes in numeracy, literacy and life skills. It includes tailor-made activities using tools such as indoor and outdoor games, puzzles and logical thinking, crafts, visual arts, clay modelling, drama, puppetry, music, story- telling, poetry, etc., With focus on basic skills such as Communication- Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing, Mathematics- Computing, along with 21st Century skills focused on Collaboration & Cooperation, Teamwork, Ethics, Creativity, Health, Self-Awareness, Self-Discipline, Logical Thinking etc. are incorporated into the curriculum for the Foundational Years.
The Preparatory Years follow an inquiry-led framework that challenges students to think responsibly and critically for themselves as they explore and understand concepts across Languages, Mathematics, Science and Social Science subjects in real life context.
The pedagogy combines the best research and practice from a range of education systems to create a relevant and engaging learning journey. In this phase, classroom transactions move towards competency-based learning and assessment tools focus on evaluating 'as', 'of' and 'for' learning to align with learning outcomes, abilities and disposition.
In Middle Years abstract concepts are introduced where emphasis is placed on experiential learning for each subject and exploring the relationships between different subjects. Both the breadth and depth of transdisciplinary learning are achieved during these years.
Their curriculum is designed to include students of all interests and academic abilities to inspire a passion for learning while challenging intellectual curiosity, and maximizing individual potential. It provides a real-world learning experience, enabling them to develop sound judgement, make wise decisions and respect the community.
The Higher Years Programme consists of four years of multidisciplinary study with greater depth, analytical thinking, greater attention to life aspirations offering flexibility in students' choice of subjects with a focus on their career as the core theme. This is an important stage of learning where students are future ready for their next stage, whether it is university research or vocational training or business. Our approach emphasises on scholastic specialisation, empowerment, innovation, research orientation and reflective thinking.