Pre-School Education

S M E S places a significant emphasis on the importance of preschool education, particularly for children between the ages of three to five years. In Montessori, LKG, & UKG we aim to provide a child-friendly and nurturing environment.

Here we have brought up the latest curriculum and methodology, which indicates a specific learning approach to early childhood education. AMPS is known for its play-based learning method. This approach recognizes that young children learn their best through hands-on experiences, exploration, and play. By integrating formal instruction and textbooks within this play-based framework, the school aims to provide a well-rounded educational experience for its young learners.

The use of this play-based method aligns with the New-age approach in early childhood education, emphasizing the importance of active engagement and experiential learning. This approach is designed to make learning enjoyable and effective by incorporating games, activities, and interactive experiences.



Grade I-IV Primary Section

The students of the primary classes learn through interactive and activity-based methods, which help them further strengthen the foundation of education imitated in the pre-primary classes.

The teaching is interspersed with interesting and educative activities, which are aimed at making learning enjoyable and fun for young learners.

Assignments based on the curriculum are done regularly. The primary section aims at providing a holistic education, where the learner is an active participant in the entire learning experience.



Grade VIII-X Higher Secondary

The High School course includes English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology), Social Science(History, Political Science, Sociology, Geography, Economics and Business Studies).

Computers are an integral part of the academic curriculum and practical and theory classes are held every week.

Co-curricular activities include socially useful and productive work (Art, Music, Dance, Science Club, Literary Club, etc.,) Physical and Health Education, Abacus, and Vedic classes.



Individualized Learning Plans

Remedial teaching, a specialized instructional approach, is provided to students requiring extra support in core areas like reading and writing.

This teaching method is designed to help students overcome learning obstacles, bridge gaps in understanding, and reach their full academic potential.

The primary objectives of remedial teaching include offering additional assistance to pupils in academics.


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