Royal International School is a co-educational and English medium CBSE School, presently having classes from Nursery to viii Higher classes will be added subsequently. The School will be affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi for its all India Secondary School Examination Class X, further on till Class XII. All Textbooks and syllabus are prescribed by the board and the National Council of Education Research and Training (N.C.E R.I.).

Primary: "The process of learning should be as far as possible a pleasurable one and not laborious"
The above quote is the guiding principle of the work that is done at the primary levels (Ito VII ) of Royal International School (CBSE). Subjects are not taught in isolation or in a segmented manner. The curriculum makes is possible to reinforce concepts many times in different and interesting ways. That is the reason why our children are not burdened with heavy school bags and a lot of homework. Its many advantages include availability of quality time for interaction between parents and children. The teacher becomes an interesting facilitator instead of a rigid taskmaster. All our teaching learning programme is activity based as per guidelines of CBSE.

Continuous and comprehensive evaluation system will be followed for all classes as per guidelines of CBSE Formative assessments, Project work, internal assessment. Surprise test Summative Assessment will be the part of CCE Evaluation.

Internal Assessment: After Completing every unit, a internal assessment and a class project is given to each student in class or home to evaluate how much of the same has been assimilated and how well.

Methods of Teachings • Presentations. • Educational Visit. • Project work. • Group Discussions. • Meetings and conferences. • Role plays, songs and dramas. CCE based Report on every individual student's growth and progress under six basic heads at the end of every term as per the following scheme:

Methods Setting Assessments
1. Hands on Mathematics.
2. Phoneics
3. Interative English
4. Science Experiments
5. Music and Dance
6. Role play and mini acts
1. Dream Classroom
2. Multi-age Setting
3. Classroom organization
4. Seating arrangements
5. Team work
1. Assessment that inspair and empower
2. Reporting and Report Card based on the premise of complete with yourself.
3. Self Analysis and evaluation.
4. On going diagnostics
5. Creative worksheet and home work

Pre-Primary: School education is the foundation for lifelong learning experience and the starting point of formal education. A child's development is a gradual process. At Royal, one understand and believes that each child is unique and has different abilities and interest. Our curriculum objectives have been laid out as per the development characteristics of each age group. The pre-primary school curriculum has been designed to nurture the below mentioned developmental areas :

  • Language arts and phonics
  • Cognitive Development
  • Knowledge and understand the world.
  • Social and moral Development
  • I.T. (Information and Communication Technology)
  • Aesthetics and Fine Arts Appreciation ( Music, Dance)

Continuous And Comprehensive evaluation (CCE)
Primary: (I – II)
There is no formal examination for class I and II. The teachers will evaluate will The students continuously through 8 cycles. Four Evaluations will be conducted in an academic year. Parents will be given the feedback regularly during open days.

Std : III-V
The CCE classes III to VIII shall spread over two terms during the whole academic session. The pattern is as follows :

1. FIRST TERM (April to September) : FA 1, FA2 AND SA1
III to V FA 1 : July
FA 2 : August
SA 1 : September-October

2. SECOND TERM (October to March) : FA 3,FA 4 AND SA 2
III to V FA 3 : December
FA 4 : January
SA 2 : February-March

It will comprise of pen paper test.
It will comprise of project, assignment, quizzes, debates, activity, orals and presentations etc.

SUMMATIVE ASSESSSMENT : It will be a written examinations with specific duration containing MCQ’s, short questions, long questions, objectives type of questions, questions on higher order thinking skills and value based questions.
The weightage of formative and summative assessment in an academic year shall be as follows :
Terms Types of Assessment % Termwise Weightage Total
I Term FA 1
FA 2
SA 1
FA 1= 10%
FA 2 = 10%
SA 1 = 30%
FA 1+ FA 2+ SA 1=
II Term FA 3
FA 4
SA 2
FA 3= 10%
FA 4 = 10%
SA 2 = 30%
FA 3+ FA 4+ SA2=

Std: VI - VIII
First Term (April-September)
VI - VIII Periodic Test 2-December
Periodic Test 3- January
Annual Exam-February-March