Curriculum at GFGS

We follow the Central Board of Secondary Education’s curriculum. The CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) is a CBSE initiative to reform the existing education system in our country. A historical prospective of examination reforms through the various phases as an example: presently, the Central Board of Secondary Education has introduced the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in 2009 and has made the Class 10th board examination optional from 2011.

To meet the objectives we need to look at holistic assessment of a learner. This will include both scholastic and co-scholastic areas of learner growth with particular reference to attributes such as life skills, attitudes, values, sports and games as well as co- curricular activities. The CCE scheme aims at addressing this in a comprehensive manner.

We intend to hone the inherent skills and personalities of the children and make them globally competitive without burdening their frail, innocent minds.

At the Pre-Primary Level (Nursery and Kindergarten)

•  Learning is made interesting by fun and activity oriented teaching at this level.

•  Participation of the students is encouraged through such activities as drawing and coloring, writing, group games, clay modeling, puzzles, flash cards and conversations.

•  Poems and stories are dramatized using expressive actions.

•  Focus is on developing communication skills and on reinforcing an innate sense of discovery in everything that is taught.

•  Children learn to comprehend through a multi sensory approach as concepts in Number Work, English and E.V.S. are made clear with the use of multimedia.

•  Nature walks and regular educational tours to the Zoos, Railway Museums and Game Parks develop a sense of openness towards the world.


At the Secondary Level (Class VI to Class X)

•  The emphasis is on acquiring in-depth conceptual knowledge.

•  The curriculum is research oriented and based on teamwork vis-à-vis discussions, group project work, discovery and exploration.

•  Personality development, value education and coping with peer pressure are stressed upon at this stage.

•  Students work in groups and make power point presentations /projects/models on subject related topics.

•  Students are supposed to make project work in the school and not from their homes.

At the Senior Secondary Level (Class XI to Class XII)

•  Provides students with opportunities to identify their areas of strengths and pursue an academic program that is best suited to their learning style, inclination which is in alignment with their long term goals.

•  The aim is to give them a sound foundation in conceptual knowledge and in skills of application, analysis and higher order thinking.

•  The streams offered are Medical, Non medical & Commerce with Physical Education & Computer Science as an optional subject.