Cambridge Primary Checkpoint (V-VI)

The school offers Cambridge Primary Checkpoint for all students of classes V & VI. It is designed to help students learn by providing comprehensive feedback on their strengths and weaknesses in the key curriculum areas - English, Mathematics and Science. They are marked by Cambridge and provide school with an international benchmark for learner performance. Each learner receives a statement of achievement and a diagnostic feedback report, giving schools invaluable information and parents extra trust in the feedback they receive.

Students receive instructions in the following curriculum areas.


(English, Mathematics, Science, Computer Applications, History & Civics, Geography, Hindi, French, Gujarati)


The curriculum is presented in five content ares: Phonics, Spelling,Vocabulary,Grammar and Punctuation. These areas deal with listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. They are about developing thinking skills and engagement. 

Through music, role-plays, movies, debates, presentations, story-telling sessions, activities and assignments, students get an opportunity to develop their individual skills.


They explore six content areas: Numbers, Algebra, Geometry, Measure, Handling data and Problem solving. The focus is on principles, patterns, systems, functions and relationships, so that learners apply their mathematical knowledge and develop a holistic understanding of the subject.


They cover four content areas: Scientific Enquiry, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The Scientific Enquiry objectives underpin Biology, Chemistry and Physics, which are focused on developing confidence and interest in scientific knowledge. Scientific Enquiry is about considering ideas, evaluating evidence, planning investigative work, and recording and analyzing data. Environmental awareness and some history of science are also part of the study.

Social Studies:

Social studies encompasses History, Civics and Geography.

In History, students explore life in pre-historic times and various ancient civilizations. They learn about the Medieval world, the growth of Christianity and Islam, the new awakening and Industrial Revolution. They are exposed to a detailed study of Indian History beginning from the Vedic Age to the Independence of India.

In Civics, students study about interdependence and relations of nations in the modern world. They take a deep insight into the Indian Constitution and its governance. It also deals with major global and national issues and challenges.

In Geography, they do a detailed study of the various climatic zones, location of places, atmosphere and movements of the Earth. Students explore cultural, geographical and socio-economic relations of various continents.

Computer Application:

They explore two learning areas: Application and Programming. The focus is on development of logical skills.