Pre-Primary Wing

The Junior wing (Classes Nursery-III) has activities planned for them to take care of their emotional, social and physical well-being. The children indulge in multifarious activities throughout the year which are related to the curriculum and support class-room learning.

 

Primary Wing (I to V)

Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation for the session 2016-17

Besides scholastics, the scheme lays emphasis on acquisition of essential life skills, attitudes & values interests and achievements in the co-curricular activities. The assessments are also done on class-work, home-work projects, group discussions, assignments and participation in other class activities.

The session is divided into 2 terms:

Term I: April to September

Term II: October to March

For classes I, II & III- There will be two formative assessments in each term with equal weightage to each. There will be no Summative Assessment for classes I, II & III.

For classes IV & V- Each term comprises of two Formative Assessments and one Summative Assessment.

Summative Assessment will be held in the months of September and March.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SENIOR WING

 

        

   As per CCE pattern

 

Part 1 : Scholastic Areas

 
 

*There will be two terms in all classes, the First Term will be from April - September and the Second Term from October –     March of the subsequent year.

 

*Each term will have two Formative and one Summative Assessment.

 

*Assessment will be indicated in Grades.

 

*The Grading Scale for the Scholastic Areas is a nine point grading Scale.

 

*Overall Grade of Formative Assessments over the two terms (FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4) and the overall grade of Summative Assessment (SA1+SA2) must be given. The total of the two grades (Formative and Summative) should be given in the relevant column.

 

*The CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) will be provided excluding additional 6th subject as per Scheme of Studies.

 

*An indicative equivalence of Grade Point and Percentage of marks can be computed as follows:

 

*Subject wise indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x GP of the subject.
Overall indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x CGPA

 
 

Part 2: Co Co-Scholastic Areas

 

Part 2 consists of Co-Scholastic Areas where students’ are assessed in four parts on a five Point Grading Scale.

 
   

Part art 2(A) :

 

Life Skills consists of Thinking Skills, Social Skills and Emotional Skills.

   

Part art 2(B):

 

Work Education

   

Part art 2(C):

 

Visual and Performing Arts

   

Part art 2(D):

 

Attitudes consists of attitude towards Teachers, Schoolmates, School Programs and Environment .
Value Systems refers to the framework which must be developed right through Primary to Secondary Level.

 
 

Part art 3: Co Co-Curricular Activities

 

Part 3 consists of Co-Curricular Activities wherein choice in participation and assessment thereof is available. It has two sub parts to be assessed one five-point grading scale.

   
 

Part 3(A):

 
 

*Literary and Creative Skills

 

*Scientific Skills

 

*Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

 

*Organizational and Leadership Skills (Clubs)

A student will be expected to choose two activities from these four groups and will be assessed on their level of participation and achievement.

   

Part 3(B):

Eight different kinds of Health and Physical Activities have been provided.

 

*Sports/ Indigenous sports (Kho-Kho etc.)

 

*NCC / NSS

 

*Scouting and Guiding

 

*Swimming

 

*Gymnastics

 

*Yoga

 

*First Aid

 

*Gardening/Shramdaan

 

Students will be assessed on any two activities that are chosen from within the eight different activities. The objective is to benefit from Physical activities to maximize health benefits. They will be assessed by teachers involved in various activities in school.
The areas given in the CCE card provide adequate opportunities to the learners for their all round development. It has been widely understood that classroom transaction in academic subjects alone cannot foster development in all areas or help to develop Life Skills. The development of qualities such as Self Esteem, Positive Attitude and Life Skills of Creative and Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making, Managing Stress and Emotions require development of positive and adaptive behaviors over a period of time. These Life Skills can be integrated into the entire personality of a learner over the ten years of schooling and are essential for fostering personal qualities, nurturing good relationships and developing effective Communication Skills. The development of good Physical Health, formation of positive Attitude towards others including environment and cultivation of universal values is possible only through learner’s involvement in Life Skills and Co-Curricular Activities.

 

 

 

Evaluation of Scholastic aspect

 

Part 1: Scholastic Areas

 

Evaluation of Academic Subjects

   

Six assessments are proposed:

Type of assessment

Percentage of weighting in academic session

Month

Term wise weighting

First Term

Formative Assessment – 1

10%

April-May

 

Formative Assessment-2

10%

July-August

FA1+FA2=20%

Summative Assessment-1

30%

September

SA1=30%

Second Term

Formative Assessment – 3

10%

October – November

 

Formative Assessment – 4

10%

January – February

FA3+FA4=20%

Summative Assessment –2

30%

March

SA2=30%

 

Total Formative Assessments (FA) = FA1 + FA2 + FA3 + FA4 = 40%

Total Formative Assessments (FA) = FA1 + FA2 + FA3 + FA4 = 40%

 

All across the schools, the most commonly used tools/techniques are those developed by teachers themselves. Among these are paper-pencil tests and tasks, written and oral tests, questions on pictures, simulated activities and discussion with students. Short class tests are used by most teachers as a quick and easy way of assessing the learning progress of children. As these are generally conducted at the end of a unit/month covering the specified content taught during that period, these are no doubt useful but they need to be used effectively.

 

1.Teachers will arrive at the Formative Assessment using an acceptable method for combining scores.

 

2.They will be given opportunity to develop this practice during implementation.

 

Similarly, tests can be formal, informal, written or oral, based on specified content desired to be tested. They are diagnostic in nature as they enable the teacher to identify or reveal the strength and weaknesses of students. A test should not create any fear amongst students and it should be administered in an informal way. 

Grading Scale Assessment of Scholastic attainments Part 1 will be reported twice in a year.

The nine point grading scale for measuring Scholastic achievements is given below:

   

Grade

Marks

Range Grade point

A1

91 -100

10.0

A2

81 - 90

9.0

B1

71 - 80

8.0

B2

61 - 70

7.0

C1

51 - 60

6.0

C2

41 - 50

5.0

D

33 - 40

4.0

E1

21 - 32

3.0

E2

00 - 20

2.0

 

Minimum qualifying grade in all the subjects under Scholastic Domain is D. All assessment with regard to the academic status of the students shall be done in marks and the assessment will be given in grades. Assessment of Co–Scholastic Areas 2(A, B, C & D) and 3(A, B) will be done on 5 point Scale (shown in the table below);

 

Grade

Grade Points

A

4.1- 5.0

B

3.1- 4.0

C

2.1- 3.0

D

1.1 - 2.0

E

0 - 1.0

 

Minimum qualifying grade in Co-Scholastic Domain is D.

 

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