Class I to X
The curriculum prepares for an active but value based participation in the world tomorrow , without undermining the Paradigm shift of the parameters of sucess in the 21st century
It is an Interactive curriculum designed in participatory modules : that leaves the child discover the ways and means : to learn ; to appreciate ; to reason ; to experience ; to enjoy & to validate.
The School aims at integrating a strong Academic program with faculty supplemented by planned games and sports and value added co - scholastic cum field activities to otpimze child learning and compliments all round development.
The School Curriculum is based on the concept of Every Child Counts .No one is dubbed as poor or weak.
Late Shrimati Dhanwanti Devi sowed the seed of education that has seen many a family rise in stature and spirit in a short period of a few decades in pre - partition days . It is this spirit " Progress with education and traditional values " that Heritage School proposes to impart to its students.
Thus the challenge lies , firstly in infusing this institution with life and soul and secondly bringing Jammu on the International Roadmap of quality education.
With the help of Towering personalities , educators, teachers, parents & all concerned in the local society - the school will be able to achieve its rightful place in the field of education . This social interaction with the school would enrich the humble efforts put in by school authority and indicate everyone the right path needed to pursue the vision in reality
Let everyone be encouraged to teach the young that they need to know the value life on this earth.
Academic Process And Evaluation
Mode of conduct of Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation for classes I to X will be carried out in accordance with the CBSE guidelines. The process will incorporate four Formative Assessments (FA-I, FA-II, FA-III and FA-IV) and two Summative Assessments (SA-I and SA-II). All FAs will comprise of hands-on activities or projects based on the content for evaluation and short paper and pen tests. Both SAs will be in the form of formal written examination. Thus the session will be divided as shown below:
For classes VI – X session comprises of
Formative Assessment –
The Summative Assessment–