The Primary Education is the first stage of formal schooling. It is the stage in which the children are taught basics of literacy, numeracy and environmental studies.
These are the prime objects of the primary education. Pristine Public Schools believes that quality of primary education holds the key to all further learning and achievements of an individual.


Academic Approach: Academic program
  • It is skill based and child centered
  • Activity based approach
  • Focuses on integrated approach to learning Provides opportunities for children to learn and demonstrate their learning in multiple ways
  • The power to retain and assimilate facts and the skill to conceptualize, explore and grow; less of responding to the immediate present.

    Aims and Goals
  • Pristine Public Schools believes that Education goes beyond the four walls of the Class room. At the Primary Stage the child should be engaged in joyfully exploring the world around and harmonizing with it
  • Pristine Public Schools aim at developing knowledge and skills in learners through stages of education . It is flexible and adaptable in nature
  • A child centered approach addresses the needs of the child including physical and cognitive
  • We believe education is a lifelong process that builds student's strength and expands their capacities and that which would uphold them in good stead throughout their lives
  • Rather than just focussing attention on, linguistic and mathematical intelligence, we at PPS believe that equal attention needs to be given to all other forms of intelligence (Affective & Psycho motor)
  • PPS aims at igniting minds and creating in students a love for learning and continuous development by making the learning process an enjoyable experience
  • With a holistic view the efforts are directed towards learning opportunities in several areas including multiple intelligence, creative thinking, thematic learning and enquiry based approach. This encourages students to imagine, learn and explore

    Co-Curricular Activities

    Project Work and Activities:

    • Project based learning is defined as instruction relation questions and technology, relative to the student's routine towards classroom projects. Students form their own investigation groups which allow them to develop valuable research skills. The students engage in design, problem solving, decision making, and investigative activities
    • This helps their creative thinking skills by showing that there are many ways to solve problems


    • Regular Examinations are conducted to monitor and analyze the programme made by the students
    • Project works, activities, oral tests, regular assessments, objective tests, hand writing skills are the part and parcel of regular examinations
    • Slow learners are given extra attention so that they join the mainstream at the earliest

    Field Trips:

    • Field trips are full of fun and frolic
    • Field trips / study trips can be more engaging for a student
    • It's wonderful for children to leave the classroom and visit a special place for a day as a class
    • A field trip at PPS is just the thing to trigger student engagement

    Graduation Ceremony:

    • Graduation is a ceremony no one can ever forget
    • A Graduation Ceremony is held for a student of V grade to encourage the student to be confident in the next grades
    • The graduation ceremony marks a transition from V to VI Class (middle school level)
    • The graduation ceremony marks a transition from I stage in a student life to another who is confident to take on higher challenges of tomorrow


  • PPS believes that, children learn through participation and that the hands on involvement in a rich sensory environment simulates brain development and fulfills a child's natural desire to figure it on their own
  • The Curriculum provides opportunities for children to learn and demonstrate their learning in multiple ways
  • PPS has a cohesive curricular policy based on guiding principles for language teaching and acquisition, which allows for a variety of implementations suitable to local needs and resources, which provides illustrative models
  • The five years of Primary education is divided into two stages for practical purposes, the first one comprising classes I and II and the second one classes III, IV and V
  • Functionally the Primary Stage is divided into two sub-stages Classes I & II: I key stage Classes III – V: II Key stage
  • At the first Key stage the students are gradually inducted into formal learning and the rigors of schooling. This stage brings in a smooth transition from informal play based activities to the basic learning
  • The second key stage will mark the beginning of consolidation for earlier gains and to enhance literacy and related skills
  • The Syllabi revolves around key learning objectives that include a strong foundation in the required subjects to ensure that each child is suitably prepared for the next level of his/her schooling
  • The syllabus is taught through child centered activities. This helps the student to learn new things through active participation
  • PPS has designed its curriculum keeping in view the necessities of the child in different stages (I, II and III – V Classes) to develop knowledge, concepts, skills and attitude
  • Spoken skills are practised in the language lab
  • The curriculum helps like a bridge course to the students of V Class to face the VI Class syllabus without any obstacles

    Languages / Literacy
  • In the literacy program, awareness towards Listener's needs is introduced
  • English is vital for communicating with others in school and is the fundamental subject in the curriculum. Language helps students to develop skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing. Pupils learn to express themselves creatively and imaginatively and can communicate with others confidently and effectively
  • Mechanical skills like pronunciation, spelling and hand writing skills are improved
  • Produces thinking and creative abilities
  • Improves participating in conversation
  • Formulates general and specific questions to identify information needs
  • Engages students in activities to expand their repertoire of listening skills
  • Enjoy story reading
  • Awareness of rhymes and various forms of alliteration


    Science is an enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the world. Science teaches an understanding of natural phenomena. It aims to stimulate a child's curiosity in finding out why things happen in the way that they do. It teaches methods of enquiry and investigation to stimulate creative thinking. Children learn to ask scientific questions and begin to appreciate the way in which science will affect the future on a personal, national and global level. 

    The basics of the science curriculum at Pristine Public Schools depends upon the child, society and the subject matter. As the child is a part and parcel of the society, the objectives also depend upon what he is taught. The appropriate and timely objectives cater to the philosophical, psychological, sociological and scientific needs of the child and society.

    The Science Curriculum at Pristine Public Schools focuses on:

    • Fundamental principles and concepts useful in daily life
    • Facts for science study
    • Inter-dependence and relationship of different branches of science
    • Knowledge of plants and animals
    • Natural phenomena
    • Knowledge of general rules of health and human body
    • Development of skills like experimentation, construction, observation, drawing etc
    • Planning a direct and systematic way to inculcate the scientific attitude among the budding minds so that every individual will pay heed to ascertain that he develops the desired attitude and practices them
    • Designing projects to elevate reflective thinking among the students. In the process of completing the projects a child will sense a problem, define it, collect evidence, organize and interpret data, formulate the hypothesis, test its validity and draws conclusions impartially
    • Inculcating values through science where a child learns socially desirable habits like honesty, truth, tolerance, self-confidence, self-reliance etc
    • Developing interests in reading scientific literature, in scientific hobbies, activities of clubs, excursions, natural phenomena and leadership etc
    • Development of aesthetic sense to appreciate natural beauty, scientific inventions and scientists etc
    • Formation of basis for career by providing acceleration in his own direction to place himself well in society and prove as an asset

    A scientific method seeks to explain the events of nature in a reproducible way, and to use these findings to make useful predictions. This is done partly through observation of natural phenomena, but also through experimentation that tries to simulate natural events under controlled conditions. On the whole a scientific method allows for highly creative problem solving whilst minimizing any effects of subjective bias on the part of its users (namely the confirmation bias).

    Social Studies:
    Social studies programme directs and focuses the natural characteristics to help children understand and function in their personal and social environment. These factors must be developed systematically from an early age, so that children move from egocentric, random observations and experiences to a broader and structured conceptual organization. It provides a setting for children to acquire knowledge of the social sciences and to be exposed to a broad variety of opinions facilitating the formulation, reassessment, and affirmation of their beliefs. It develops positive attitude towards knowledge, learning and develop a spirit that will enhance their understanding of the world so that they will become rational, humane, participating, effective members of a democratic society.

    • Social Studies will play an integral part of the curriculum
    • Social Studies contains an expansive range of potential content, History, Geography, Civic sense which are rich interrelated disciplines, from which thoughtful citizens emerge
    • This experiences for students might involve skills for information gathering, analysis, enquiry, critical thinking, communicating and presenting
    • To challenge students to activate their creativity, stimulate significant ideas and think critically
    • It balances the scale with instruction of fundamental knowledge
    • It prepares students for identifying social issues of the past, helps them understand their significance in today's world, and motivates them to solve future challenges faced by our nation
    • It provides students with the skills for productive problem solving and decision making, as well as for assessing issues and making thoughtful value judgments
    • It helps students to integrate these skill and understandings into a framework for responsible citizen participation, be it in their play group, the school, the community, or the world

    Mathematics is a universal part of human culture. It is the tool and language of commerce, engineering and other sciences – physics, computing, biology etc. It helps us recognise patterns and to understand the world around us. Mathematics plays a vital, often unseen, role in many aspects of modern life
    As society becomes more technically dependent, there will be an increasing requirement for people with a high level of mathematical training. Analytical and quantitative skills are sought.

    Mathematics is an exciting and challenging subject which continues to develop at a rapid rate across many research areas. It has a natural elegance and beauty. Taking a real world problem and creating and applying mathematical models to aid understanding is often hugely satisfying and rewarding. If you enjoy maths at school, then you will probably enjoy maths at Higher education and even more.

    At PPS through mathematics we develop the students reasoning capabilities

    Computer technology

    Other than the subjects mentioned above basic knowledge of computer technology is given at primary level of education

    Co-Curricular Activities

    Besides the academic approach co-curricular activities like debates, group discussions, spell bee, academic efficiency, essay competitions, elocutions and quiz competitions are conducted to bring out the student's talent.



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