CBSE

Primary school (1st to 5th Std)


• 1st Language – English

• 2nd Language – Hindi and Kannada

• 3rd Language – (From class V) – Hindi/Kannada/Sanskrit/French

• Mathematics

• EVS

• General Science (From class III & above)

• Social Science (From class III & above)

• Computer Science

Middle school (6th to 8th Std)


• 1st Language – English

• 2nd Language – Choice between Hindi, Sanskrit, Kannada and French (Hindi is compulsory either as 2nd or 3rd Language)

• 3rd Language – Choice between Hindi, Sanskrit, Kannada and French (Hindi is compulsory either as 2nd or 3rd Language)

• Mathematics

• General Science

• Social Science

• Computer Science

Secondary school (9th and 10th Std)


• 1st Language – English

• 2nd Language – Choice between Hindi, Sanskrit, Kannada and French

• 3rd Language – not applicable

• Mathematics

• General Science

• Information Technology

• Social Science

Senior Secondary School (11th and 12th Std)


Arts

• History

• Political Science

• Economics

• Entrepreneurship


Commerce

• Accountancy

• Business Studies

• Economics

• Entrepreneurship/Maths


Science

• Physics

• Chemistry

• Mathematics

• Computer science/Biology


Choice of Language

• English

Additional CCA Activities for Classes 1 to 8


As a part of CCA club activities are conducted every week. The clubs introduced for Primary are:

• Eco Club

• Home Science Club

• Quiz Club

• Science Club

• SUPW Club

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                



All students should attend all the clubs on a monthly basis. The clubs introduced for middle are:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

• Quiz Club

• SUPW Club

• Literary Clubs

Sports and Physical Education


Physical Education contributes to the overall development of the student. It helps in improving physical and mental fitness. Students engaged in physical education cultivate discipline; develop team spirit, sportsmanship, individual talent, critical situation handling skills and social skills.


The benefits of physical education can affect both academic learning and physical activity patterns in students. The healthy and physically fit and active student is more likely to be academically motivated, alert and successful. Throughout the school life, physical education aids in promoting social, cooperative and problem-solving competencies.


At NCFE, students of Pre-primary to 12th Std are encouraged and guided to utilize the sports and playtime hours allotted. They are taught the basic skills and drills of various outdoor games such as Football, Basketball, Cricket, Volleyball, Throw ball, Badminton, etc. Students from the lower grades are trained in the loco motor skills like walking, running, jumping, hopping, galloping, etc. Students from higher grades are trained in major games and sports;  skills and drills; techniques and tactics.


Athletics is theoretically and practically explained and taught to them. They are also made aware of self-discipline, personal health and hygiene.

Physical fitness contributes to mental and psychological growth and well being. Physically fit children are less likely to participate in risky behavior. Participating daily in physical activity also functions as a way for students to reduce stress levels.


Physical education in school is an essential co-scholastic education and has several benefits. According to the reports “Physical Fitness and Sports” by the California Governor’s council, students who have regular physical education classes increase their self-esteem, social development, weight control, stress management, motor skill development and academic performance.


Awareness of various aspects of a healthy body is imparted here namely being active, exercising and eating right to maintain a healthy body.

Physical education is important for all age groups and especially children as their bones and muscles undergo continuous growth and development. Physical education helps teach the importance of sportsmanship, teamwork, mutual support among student crowd, organizing self and others and communication skills.


Arts and Crafts


Arts and crafts teach children to learn in different ways and approach problems and challenges creatively. In turn, creativity promotes brain activity.


Co-scholastic education at NCFE includes art as a major influential aspect to children. Students learn different methods of art through various hands-on practical experiences. Art is always taught and tested in children based on the strong assumption that every child is creative. A fixed curriculum is framed for Art Education.


Children develop the skills of invention, creativity, sensitivity, concentration power and imagination through artwork. Art education helps children to improve their self-initiated learning, willingness to consider new ideas and detail things. Children are provided with various opportunities and platforms to showcase their talents within the school as well as in external competitions and exhibitions.

Music

Creativity is an essential aspect in today’s economic world. Music is an art form that inculcates creative thinking. Education and exposure in the arts is very vital for a child’s growth and harmony.

To be successful our children need to be resourceful, think creatively and be empowered. A well-rounded curriculum displays complete education and music plays a major role in completing this.

Music allows an individual to express feelings without having the necessity of words and that gives way to an emotional artistic outlet.


Music classes are conducted as a part of the regular curriculum during the normal school hours. Students learn music theoretically and have practical sessions to have hands-on experience as well. The theory classes include Indian and Western music notations practice. Children not only learn music but also get to know the life history of various musicians and related topics. The music room at National Centre for Excellence has various types of musical instruments like Keyboard, Drums, Harmonium, Tabla, Congo, Mridangam to name some. Children are allowed to exhibit their talent in functions held at school.

Dance


Dance is one of the most expressive forms of art. The divinity of the art can be expressed through various styles. Dance provides for physical activity in a child and in turn, promotes mental and psychological well being. Dance helps in building and developing self-control and social skills such as co-operation, peer interaction, self-esteem and more. Learning dance enhances a child’s academic performance and physical well-being.


Every style of dance reflects the nativity, culture, grandeur and the associated regional heritage. The current and forthcoming generations have the responsibility to respect and preserve this form of art through learning, understanding its importance and performing with due respect.

Dance as a part of curriculum promotes contentment and happiness in a child as it is a way of expression through movement and co-ordination.

Yoga

Apart from other physical activities such as sports, games and performing arts, Yoga becomes an important tool to unravel the amazing qualities that children possess. Yoga has proven to be very beneficial not only for physical wellness but also for the mental and psychological well being of a child.


Yoga has become an integral part of Health and Physical Education and a compulsory subject in the co-scholastic curriculum. Yoga is a compulsory subject for the 6th to 10th Std children. Although informal ways of Yoga are introduced at a primary level, the formal introduction of yogic exercises begins from 6th Std.


Yoga contributes to the physical, mental, social and emotional development of a child and has many benefits.

• Balancing emotions

• Relaxed and comfortable state of being

• Creates confidence and enthusiasm

• Develops motor skills in a child

• Enhances concentration and memory power

• Eases anxiety and tension

• Promotes calmness and harmony in classroom