The Curriculum of DWPS Foundation adheres to the National Curriculum Framework 2005 (NCF 2005) and the CBSE curriculum. The Foundation believes that the classroom experiences of children are to be organized in a manner that permits them to construct knowledge in consonance with the child's nature and context, thus providing equal learning opportunities for all children. Teaching aims at enhancing the child's innate desire and acumen to learn. Activity is at the heart of children's attempt to make sense of the world around them. Therefore, every resource is deployed in a child-centric manner to enable them to express themselves, handle objects, explore their natural and social milieu, and to grow up in good health.
Our guiding principles are as follows
- Teaching and learning to shift away from rote methods
- Curriculum to be enriched enough to go beyond textbooks
- Teach less to learn more
- Opportunities to be created to enhance the ability of children to link learned knowledge to life outside the school
- Examinations to be more flexible and integrated with classroom life
- Classroom experience is directed towards becoming good citizens with a sense of equality and compassion towards others.
Great emphasis is placed on value education, keeping in mind the many ills that have fallen upon modern day society. Moral education and not moral policing is the call of the hour, and we at Greater Noida have undertaken the crucial responsibility of imparting a curriculum which is qualitative and not just quantitative.
Continuously asking ourselves the all important question- “what do we want our children to learn from school?”, our foremost answer remains for them to learn to be honest, sincere, respecting, and responsible citizens who are good-natured and value compassion and diversity.
Our students are trained for life. They are encouraged to imbibe basic skills about health, nutrition, relationships, so as to become well groomed independent individuals.