Grade 6

Age: 11 – 12 years

Class size: 30

Start date: 5th July 2021

Grade 7

Age: 12 – 13 years

Class size: 30

Start date: 5th July 2021

Grade 8

Age: 13 – 14 years

Class size: 30

Start date: 5th July 2021

Curriculum and Details

Helps in attaining basic proficiency in language for effective communication and development of language for knowledge acquisition i.e. using language as a tool for learning the content subjects

Language is a vital part of human connection. Language Power consists of two key components:

  1. An ability to speak and be understood,
  2. An ability to listen and understand.

Individuals with strong language power possess the ability to communicate effectively in a social environment

Mathematics helps the child to understand the world and provide an effective way of building mental discipline. Math encourages logical reasoning, critical thinking, creative thinking, abstract or spatial thinking, problem-solving ability, and even effective communication skills.

Science education is one of the most important subjects in school due to its relevance to students’ lives and the universally applicable problem-solving and critical thinking skills it uses and to develop the child’s mindset.

The primary purpose of social studies is to help young people make informed and reasoned decisions for the public good as citizens of a culturally diverse, democratic society in an interdependent world. It also enables one to mold according to the environment and develop good habits, development of modernization and development of Social and moral values

Learning Outcomes

In the three years of mid school, the knowledge is strongly enhanced in depth for retention of knowledge for cognitive development

Mentioned below are the milestones that will be achieved during the 3 years


  1. Child will be able to recite and share poems, songs, jokes, riddles, tongue twisters and respond to oral messages, telephonic communication in English and communicate them in English.
  2. Child will learn to read to seek information from notice board, newspaper, Internet, tables, charts, diagrams and maps etc.
  3. Child will learn to use synonyms, antonyms appropriately deduces word meanings from clues in context while reading a variety of texts.
  4. Child will learn to use meaningful sentences to describe /narrate factual /imaginary situations in speech and writing.
  5. Child will learn to refer to dictionary to check meaning and spelling, and to suggested websites for information.
  6. Child will be able to draft, revise and write short paragraphs based on verbal, print and visual clues.
  7. Child will participate in different activities in English such as role-play, poetry recitation, skit, drama, debate, speech, elocution, declamation,quiz, etc., organized by school and other such organizations.
  8. Child will learn to read a variety of texts for pleasure e.g. adventure stories and science fiction, fairy tales, biography, autobiography, travelogue etc.
  9. Child will learn to write answers to textual/non-textual questions after comprehension / inference; draws character sketch, attempts extrapolate writing.
  10. Child will learn to write email, messages, notice, formal letters, descriptions / narratives, personal diary, report, short personal/ biographical experiences etc.
  11. Child will be able to develop a skit (dialogues from a story) and story from dialogues


  1. Child will be able to solve problems involving large numbers by applying appropriate operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division).
  2. Child will learn to solve problems involving addition and subtraction of integers and uses fractions and decimals in different situations which involve money, length, temperature
  3. Child will learn to describe geometrical ideas like line, line segment, open and closed figures, angle, triangle, quadrilateral, circle, etc., with the help of examples in surroundings.
  4. Child will learn to finds out the perimeter and area of rectangular objects in the surroundings like floor of the class room, surfaces of a chalk box etc.
  5. Child will learn to calculate profit/loss percent and rate percent in simple interest.
  6. Child will learn to recognize variability in real life situations such as variations in the height of students in class and uncertainty in happening of events like throwing a coin.
  7. Child will learn to interpret data using bar graph
  8. Child will learn to apply the concept of per cent in profit and loss situation in finding discount, VAT and compound interest.


  1. Child will learn to identify materials and organisms, such as, plant fibres, flowers, on the basis of observable features
  2. Child will learn to classify materials, organisms and processes based on observable properties
  3. Child will be able to draw labeled diagrams /flow charts of organisms and processes
  4. Child will be able to construct models using materials from surroundings and explain their working camera, periscope, electric torch
  5. Child will be able to learn scientific concepts in day-to-day life
  6. Child will learn to make efforts to protect environment, learn to spread awareness to adopt rain water harvesting
  7. Child will be able to differentiates materials and organisms such as, digestion in different organisms; unisexual and bisexual flowers
  8. Child will be able to explain processes and phenomenon like reproduction in human and animals; production and propagation of sound; chemical effects of electric current; formation of multiple images
  9. Child will learn to prepares slides of microorganisms; onion peel , human cheek cells ,etc., and describes their microscopic features.


Social Science

  1. Child will learn to distinguish between stars, planets and satellites
  2. Child will learn to recognize that the earth is a unique celestial body due to existence of life, zones of the earth with special reference to biosphere.
  3. Child will learn to locate physical features of India such as mountains, plateaus, plains, rivers, desert ,etc. on the map of India.
  4. Child will learn to recognize distinctive features of early human cultures and explains their growth.
  5. Child will understand the role of government, especially at the local level.
  6. Child will understand the administrative measures and strategies for military control adopted by different kingdoms e.g. the Khaljis, Tughluqs, Mughals, etc.
  7. Child will learn to draw interrelationship between types of farming and development in different regions of the world.
  8. Child will be aware of the differences between State government and Union government.
  9. Child will be aware of the process of making a law. (e.g. Domestic Violence Act, RTI Act, RTE Act).
  10. Child will learn to demonstrate how to file a First Information Report (FIR).
  11. Child will learn the role of Government in regulating economic activities.