Academic Programme

  • Curriculum

    The school aims to introduce an extensive and balanced curriculum to enable all learners to develop the qualities and skills needed in their future lives. The curriculum implemented in the school is a combination of the principles of National Education System and global best practices so that learners not only develop patriotic feelings but also cultivate a wider global outlook from a very young age, which enables them to become confident and competent to face challenges in real life beyond the high school. The medium of instruction and communication from PG to XII classes is English except for Nepali lessons. Besides English and Nepali, a third language (Chinese) is also offered from grade V.

  • Pre-School (Kindergarten)

    Samriddhi early childhood program emphasizes child-centric, all-round learning and is concerned with the ‘whole child’ in terms of intellectual progress as well as social, emotional, creative and physical wellbeing. It provides children with a rich and stimulating environment in which proper learning can occur. Concrete experiences in a number of areas are provided for children of this age to learn by doing.
    a. Play Group
    b. Nursery
    c. Kindergarten

    Primary School (I – V)

    The goal of the primary curriculum is to lay a strong educational foundation. It is broadly based on and takes into account the fact that each one enters the formal education system with different level of readiness. The curriculum is planned to develop a respect and love for learning in the students, while provides them the strong basic skills required to continue their education. Emphasis is laid on building up language skills in English. Through projects and by learning with head, heart and hand students will develop all aspects of their personality. In addition to being taught subjects like English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer Studies, Moral Science, General Knowledge and Health Education, students will take part in oral work, activities, games, practicals, excursions etc. Students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports according to their interest and ability. Similarly a wide range of co-curricular activities will also be provided for their overall development.

  • Lower Secondary and Secondary School (VI – XII)

    The Lower Secondary school (VI – VIII) is planned as a smooth transition from Primary to Secondary School. The regular syllabus for every subject of standards V to VIII is as prescribed by the Ministry of Education, but additional syllabus is framed by the teachers themselves, which help the students in their overall development. The students of IX and X are prepared for SLC (School Leaving Certificate) examinations. Besides English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer Studies, Moral Science, and General Knowledge, the students are introduced to advanced level Mathematics and E. P. H. (Environment Health & Population) studies and various co-curricular activities including Club activities.

    Project work is an integral part of the additional curriculum, which supports and extends the innate curiosity of the child and develops the attitudes and skills necessary to gain an understanding of the world around. The Language Lab and the Mathematical Lab help to sustain students’ interest and to develop the language and mental abilities of the child.
    In addition, students take exploratory courses and acquire proficiency in skills offered through the Hobbies program. Through this program,students acquire and reach a satisfactory level of skills in physical education, a third language, community service and values education.

    Students learn in a caring environment where their ideas can be freely expressed and are valued. This creates a stimulating learning environment for the students. The education program is constantly improved according to the needs of the students and the changing times. This program not only equips the children to enter colleges but also prepares them with skills that they need to flourish in their future roles as a global citizens.