We understand that each student is different, so our curriculum will be

  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving
  • Creativity
  • Diversity
  • Learning to learn
  • Skills to learn independently

Our teachers will provide space to adapt the curriculum to suit the students of a class. N.M.S.V.S.K. will not demand that every student learn exactly the same content, the same way and exactly the same number of hours. It will provide flexibility for teachers to ensure that treatment of content is appropriate to students’ needs and capabilities.

The curriculum and pedagogy that NMS schools promote, will acknowledge that students learn in different and individual ways.

Some students tread like a tortoise, they move slowly step by step. Others are like rabbits, they hop and skip steps. A good quality curriculum will encourage teachers to get to know their student’s learning styles and behavior and then direct them toward achieving the best learning outcomes. Our school curriculum provides everything that the students need. It is not textbook-driven.

Kindergarten children blossom in a nurturing environment. The curriculum is designed to enhance a child’s natural instincts to question, discover and participate. The school provides opportunities for all children to interact and expose their feelings in their mama lingo.

Grade I to II
Education means an all-around development of moral stature – physical, mental, and spiritual. It paves the trail to knowledge and knowledge results in wisdom.
At NMS Schools, we build our students for the future as we develop each child’s potential through Exploration and Experience with Enjoyment in a safe and natural environment. It’s a child-centered school that focuses mainly on activity-based learning.


Classrooms are large and airy with abundant natural light to supply the right ambiance for an efficient learning experience at school. A display panel is provided in every classroom, for each subject and it is decorated by teachers and students for various events throughout the academic year.

Home work

Classes 1 & 2 have neither homework nor examination. Monthly assessment is based purely on the grading system. Students enjoy the concept by using hands-on materials and kits.
Skills that we substantially focus on :
  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Reading
  • Writing

School Events

The structure of daily activities is carefully planned to encourage self- confidence, independence and group- cooperation through large groups, small groups and one-on-one participation in various interactive experiences.
  • Green peace day
  • Rashtriya poshan Maah
  • Gandhiji Loin cloth revolution
  • Bharathiyar Remembrance Day
  • Teacher’s day
  • Ramanujan’s day celebration
Students care about what they learn and bring their strengths to the process. Through inquiry and exploration, the program engages students in their learning while continuing to create their fundamental skills in all subject areas. We believe that students learn best when they are empowered and feel ownership in their classrooms. This translates into a joy and a passion for learning that explains why NMS students love coming to school. Different learners have different proficiency levels and wishes, although they could be within the same class or have an equivalent age.
Grades III to V is the pivotal period of learning and interpreting the same in their real-life; learning happens in a practical way in our school. Children are taught in a way that they learn things not just for exam sake but also for their life. Periodic assessment is conducted from Grade III to V every month in order to check their understanding of the subjects.

Speaking, writing and reading in English, Tamil and Hindi are given importance in Grades III to V. We believe a child who can speak fluently in their mother tongue , can speak fluently in English. Speaking in English is not knowledge, it is only a skill. Assessment for classes III to V is purely based on the grading system.

The middle school, provides a broad and balanced education for young learners, helping them to thrive throughout their schooling, work, and life. With ten subjects to settle on, including English, Mathematics, and Science, students will find many opportunities to 

Our curriculum is predicated on communication, assessing the delicacy of the knowledge, decision-making, planning and goal-setting, self-control, and self- management that enable students to create personal confidence, deal with social pressures, and to avoid or reduce risk behaviors.

Our motto at the Secondary School level is to prepare the students according to the NCERT curriculum. The curriculum in Class IX and X is intended to offer complete full-fledged development of the students. Evaluation is based on both scholastic and co-scholastic areas. We also develop interpersonal and intrapersonal skills for the students to get management first rate. The medium of guidance is English.

An atmosphere of relaxed easy human relationships between the children and the teacher pervades the classroom. The children are encouraged to get involved in the exciting adventure of learning experiences through discussion, inquiry, and experimentation.

We provide an opportunity to transform the student through education and shape their minds for a satisfied and happy destiny.

Core subjects :
  • Tamil
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • General Science
  • Social Studies
English language is taught through a play-based learning approach.
  • Sensory Play (learning through senses),
  • Exploratory Play (learning by finding out),
  • Kinaesthetic Play (learning by touch/feel/manipulating),
  • Dramatic Play (learning by role-taking/pretending) ,
  • Creative (learning by creating)
The 5 strands of English – Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, Grammar, and Punctuation specialize in enabling learners to communicate confidently and effectively as well as develop critical thinking so as to respond to a variety of data, media, and text with enjoyment and understanding.
Tamil language is being provided where students can develop the cognitive benefits of learning a classical language. Learning this rich language helps students to be intellectually creative.
Science is a subject where students apply the concepts to real situations in everyday life. This includes Experience, Reflective Observation, Conceptualization, and Active Experiment. Science reinforces arts such as reading and writing as well. Students also study a variety of life processes and find out how different organisms meet the challenges of living in their environment. The science lab is well-equipped for students to experience through experiments.
Mathematics seems fun when taught in a hands-on way in our math lab. This curriculum focuses on principles, patterns, systems and functions, and relationships so that learners can apply their mathematical knowledge in real-life situations and develop holistic learning of the subject.
Social Science gives students a know-how of the real world around them. Students study places, cultures, and events around the world, what conspired to shape them the way they are, and may make inferences about how the rest of the planet works.
Information technology where students observe the design, development, and analysis of software and hardware. They learn to solve problems in a variety of business, scientific, and social contexts.
Equipped with sleek desktop computers with ergonomically designed tables and seating, every child gets to work independently at the Digital learning center. Net connectivity allows access to relevant material for classroom assignments and any subjects he or she could be performing on.
Art & Craft class helps students to improve visual-spatial skills. As art educators, we all know children recognize more about the world than what they will research through text and numbers. It gives learners a platform to express themselves, sparking imagination, and creativity, and developing transferable skills. Students explore and push boundaries to become reflective, critical, and decisive thinkers.

At this stage, students will be blended with studies and career paths. Visiting faculties will provide input about their profession or business or industry. The acquired knowledge will further be enhanced through personal visits to the profession, business and industry visits. Projects will provide hands on experience and they will develop a culture to seek data through enquiry.

About Courses IN GRADE XI

Commerce is a very flexible programme that covers all business areas before a student chooses a specialisation in the final year.

Commerce is a field for students who have an interest in financial information/transactions, trading of economic value, etc. Students often consider taking up Commerce after completing Class 12.

Commerce is an education stream that offers the students a study of trade and business activities such as the exchange of goods and services from the producer to the final consumer.

Commerce education gives knowledge by which good management can be established for production.

Commerce course teaches students to better understand what managers, small business owners and entrepreneurs do to achieve success.

Core Subjects

Humanities studies the history and development of human thought and culture. By focusing on literature, history, philosophy, art, and film, humanities courses seek a broad and interconnected understanding of the human experience.

Humanities expand our knowledge of human cultures and help us understand what binds us together and what differentiates us from one another. In addition to these high-level insights, however, they also provide practical applications that can enhance your professional skill set and give you a competitive edge.

Humanities majors develop important skills, often called “soft skills,” which include persuasive written and oral communication, creative problem-solving, teamwork, decision-making, self-management, and critical analysis.

Humanities expand our understanding of different human cultures and enable us to understand ways in which they’re similar and ways in which they differ, in the present and historically, delivering a broader perspective on the world in which we live.

The humanities help us understand others through their languages, histories, and cultures. They foster social justice and equality. And they reveal how people have tried to make moral, spiritual, and intellectual sense of the world. The humanities teach empathy.

Through the work of humanities scholars, we learn about the values of different cultures, about what goes into making a work of art, and about how history is made. Their efforts preserve the great accomplishments of the past, help us understand the world we live in, and give us tools to imagine the future.

Core Subjects


Students can choose any one of the following subject as their fifth subject.

For Commerce

  • Informatics practices
  • Legal Studies
  • Tamil
  • Applied Mathematics

For Humanities

  • Economics
  • Legal Studies
  • Tamil
  • Applied Mathematics

Students can choose any one of the three additional subject as his or her sixth subject.


‘Drawing and painting’ is one of the major forms of expression within the visual arts. It is often exploratory, with considerable emphasis on observation, problem – solving and composition. Students are exposed to Step Drawing, Observation Drawing, Imaginary Drawing, Shading, Crayons and oil pastel shading techniques, etc.


While painting is a 2-D art form, sculpture is a 3-D art form. It requires more imaginative and spatial understanding.

School Hours

The school timings will be age-appropriate. This difference in timings may cause some difficulty to parents who have more than a child studying in different classes, yet they should understand the ideology behind it and cooperate with the school.

LKG & UKG – 3 hours from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm

Class I & II – 4 ½ hours + 40 minutes lunch break; from 9.00 am to 2.10 pm

Class III to V – 5 ½ hours + 40 minutes lunch break; from 9.00 am to 3.10 pm

Class VI & VIII – 6 ½ hours + 40 minutes lunch break; from 9.00 am to 4.10 pm

Class IX to XI – 7 ½ hours + 40 minutes lunch break; from 9.00 am to 5.10 pm

Extra Curricular


The school has a full-fledged basketball court, handball court, kabaddi court and a kho-kho playing area. Students will be divided into four houses and intra-murals will be conducted in all sports and games activities. Annual sports day will be a grand affair where every child will have an opportunity to participate.


Independence day and Republic day will be celebrated to induce and nurture the patriotic fervour in our students. Farmers’ day and Education day will be celebrated to make students understand the importance of farming and education. The Annual day with cultural programmes by students will be a great treat for the eyes. The school will ensure that every child participates in one programme or the other.

Hobbies day

Every student will be encouraged to develop the habit of collecting materials as a hobby. The hobbies for primary classes are, LKG – Chocolate wrappers, UKG – Greeting cards Class I – Feathers, Class II – Shells, Class III – Stones, Class IV – Stamps, and Class V – Coins. The choice is left to students from class VI onwards.

“In the mind of every artist, there is a masterpiece.” We encourage our children to engross themselves in art and evince their masterpieces to showcase their talent by conducting “Hobbies Day”.

Flower show

Each house of a class will jointly involve in gardening in a specified area and be ready for assessment in February. The flowers and vegetables they produce will be real and provide a sense of achievement irrespective of whether they win or lose.

Contest mela

It is a unique mela conducted in the month of July that will bring out the inner talent of a student. There will be independent competitions, paired competitions and group competitions. This will be a week-long activity where every student will be eager to participate.


on At the beginning of every year, an Expo will be conducted on any one of the following subjects a rotation basis.

  • Language
  • Mathematics
  • Social studies
  • Science

Art will be integrated with all four subject expos.

All students will prepare charts, and models both static and dynamic showcasing the topics they learnt in the earlier class. This will not only strengthen what was learnt but will also make them expressive.

Co-curricular activities

Co-curricular activities will be a part of the curriculum. Students will learn yoga and life skills where they will acquire the knowledge of gardening, cooking, handwork, fish breeding and beekeeping.


Scouts & Guides

Scouts & Guides foster the personality development of the students and help them imbibe a sense of social responsibility. They become disciplined, courageous, mentally and physically strong so that they can make a positive contribution to their community and the wider world. A one-day camp will be organized for Cubs & Bulbuls and a five-day camp for Scouts & Guides.

Field trips

Every class will be taken for a field trip for a day in an academic year. Such trips expose them to being together and getting to know our environment and surroundings.

Educational tour

Educational tours that extend for three to ten days are undertaken from Class VI onwards. It will be educational, so we expect every parent to send their child. Night stays and being away from parents teach students to be independent.


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