Curriculum

The curriculum of FMS is designed to maneuver students towards 'The pathway of success'. At FMS we follow NCERT model of teaching and learning ("learning by Doing"), where concept based and application-oriented teaching methodology is adopted to ensure practical development of life skills in students. Our curriculum hones each child's skills and abilities by grooming them in intellectual, social, moral and emotional dimensions of life. Academic Programs are uniquely planned to acquire the scholastic and life skills required at each level.
FMS TRAINS
LANGUAGES : The school offers three languages as prescribed by C.B.S.E. Curriculum
# English is the First language as the medium of instruction is English.
# Hindi being the national language is compulsory as the second language.
# Sanskrit is compulsory for STD VI to VIII as the third language.
1. Languages:Languages are taught not for mere academic interest but to improve communication Skills. Language skills enable pupil's ability to think conceptually, write Creatively, and also improve reading. Communication in English is strictly observed by all student in the classroom and also in the premises of the school. Failing to do so, the student will therefore be disciplined or fined by the school administration.
2. Science : Helps to develop process and enquiry skills as well as knowledge and understanding. Science aids to build scientific temper and improve analytical skills. It inculcates investigation skills to stimulate creative thought. Children learn to ask scientific questions and will begin to use science to explain their world in terms of how and why.
3. Mathematics : Skills in mathematics is an important tool for each individual. Mathematical competence enhance logical thinking, reasoning and problem solving abilities.
4. Civics : Enables comprehension of the working of the Indian Government, Principles of Indian Constitution and its significance. Civics enriches the understanding of Indian politics and helps student to grow up as a responsible Citizen..
5. Economics : An important element for the social animal called MAN, who has to understand the utility and flow of monetary funds in his day to day life. Teaching Learning of Economics not only inculcates knowledge but also creates responsibility towards individual and social level too.
6. Computer studies : To impart basic computer skill in order to foster their efficiency and productivity as they prepare themselves for their career.
7. Arts : In order to up bring the innate talent of the pupils, the school provides Craft, Drawing and Fine Art period for each class. Professional teachers for the respective areas are appointed to groom the abilities of student and to guide them in the field of Art. Fabric Glass Clay, Mat and Waste Materials like old news papers sticks etc. are used to make Art more fun filled and productive for day to day life.
8. Music : School provides all possible opportunities to learn and perform the music at different levels. Professional teachers are appointed to nurture the skills in Vocal and musical instruments like Guitar, Keyboard, Tabala, Drums etc. with the latest instruments
9. Physical Education : Healthy body nurtures healthy mind. FMS lays great emphasis on Physical Training as a part of their learning process. In view of this, a part from the general Physical training program, Physical activities like sports, Karate, and school band are also included in the curriculum. Weekly Yoga Classes are also held for mental relaxation.
10. Value Education : Moral and Ethical values are instilled in students through moral science.
11.Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (C.C.E) : as per the directions and guidelines provided by CBSE, the school implements Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (C.C.E) method to evaluate the all-round holistic developments in a child. Continuous and comprehensive evaluation (C.C.E) refer to a system of school based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of students development. Two fold objective of C.C.E. are, continuous evaluation and assessment of each student on the broad aspect of learning.
In this scheme the term Continuous is meant to emphasize on the evaluation of different aspect of student's growth and development which is a continuous process rather than an event. School therefore would initiate regularity, frequency, diagnoses, use of corrective measures, retesting as different measures.
The term Comprehensive means that the scheme attends to cover both the scholastic and co-scholastic aspects of student's growth and development. Emphasis therefore would be on holistic learning assessing not only on cognitive domain but also in psychological and affective domain. In order to have C.C.E. both Scholastic and Co-Scholastic aspects will be given dude recognition and will be reflected in the progress report card, Assessment will be periodically administered weekly, fortnightly, monthly and quarterly.
Assessment of scholastic domain constitutes of Formative and Summative. Formative assessment will include testing and evaluation of conversation skills, assignments, class work, Home work, oral questions, projects, quizzes, research work etc. The student's performance in this area will be evaluated and graded in the report card, Summative assessment is carried out at the end of the course of learning. There will be evaluated and graded in the report card, Summative assessment is carried out at the end of the course of learning. There will be two Summative tests (term tests) one in the month of September and 2nd in the month of March.
As per C.C.E. Scheme co-scholastic skills which includes social skill, emotional skill, life skill, thinking skill, values and attitudes, will be assessed and graded in the report card. All students have to participate in sports, cultural and other co-curricular activities. Each students has to pursue any two sports and should take initiative to contribute towards literary, scientific, aesthetic, art, health and eco-Social club.

Teaching Methodologies

The classroom is a dynamic environment, bringing together students from different backgrounds with various abilities and personalities.
Along with traditional teaching methodologies, implementation of creative and innovative teaching strategies are required in order to meet students’ individual needs.
The teaching methods adopted :

  • Demonstration
  • Debate
  • Field visit
  • Smart Notebook
  • Group discussion
  • Creative learning
  • Learning by doing
  • Quiz
  • Role Play
  • Powerpoint Presentations
  • Educational software

Approach

School administrators can easily approach parents via :

» SMS   +91 8780908510

» Email   fmsvp@gmail.com

» Classroom apps   MY CLASS BOARD (MCB)

» Social media like facebook: FELLOWSHIP MISSION SCHOOL



Examination & Evaluation

ASSESSMENT (Nursery to Grade XII)

SCHEDULE
GRADE JULY SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH
KG SECTION --- Half Yearly ---- Final
I TO VIII Unit I Half Yearly ---- Unit-II --- Final
IX Periodic Test-I Periodic Test-II ---- Periodic Test-III --- Final
X Periodic Test-I Periodic Test-II ---- Periodic Test-III 1st Pre-Board 2nd Pre-Board Final
XI Unit I Half Yearly ---- Unit-II --- Final
XII Unit-I Half Yearly ---- Unit-II 1st Pre-Board 2nd Pre-Board Final

Evaluation of Grade IX

Type of Assessment
Months
Marks/ Duration of written assessment
Components of Assessment
Periodic Test – I (PT1)
July
50 marks/ 2 hour
• Written (PT1, PT2, PT3) • Multiple Assessment • Portfolio • Subject Activity
Periodic Test – II (PT2)
September
80 marks/ 3 hours
Periodic Test – III (PT3)
January
80 marks/ 3 hours
Final
March
80 marks/ 3 hours
Written
TOTAL(Final Exam) = [Written(Avg. of Best of 2 test PT1, PT2 & PT3(5M) + Multiple Assessment(5M) + Portfolio (5M) + Subject Activity (5M) + Written (80M) = 100 Marks

Evaluation of Grade X

Type of Assessment
Months
Marks/ Duration of written assessment
Components of Assessment
Periodic Test – I (PT1)
July
50 marks/ 2 hour
• Written (PT1, PT2, PT3) • Multiple Assessment • Portfolio • Subject Activity
Periodic Test – II (PT2)
September
80 marks/ 3 hours
Periodic Test – III (PT3)
NOVEMBER
50 marks/ 2 hours
Pre-Board-I
December
80 marks/ 3 hours
Pre-Board-II
January
80 marks/ 3 hours
Final( Board Exam
Feb/March
80 marks/ 3 hours
Written
TOTAL(Final Exam) = [Written(Avg. of Best of 2 test PT1, PT2 & PT3(5M) + Multiple Assessment(5M) + Portfolio (5M) + Subject Activity (5M) + Written (80M) = 100 Marks

Evaluation of Grade XI

Type of Assessment
Months
Marks/ Duration of written assessment
Components of Assessment
Unit-I
July
50 marks/ 2 hour
Written
Half Yearly
September
70/80 marks (Theory)
30/20 marks (Pratical)
Written
Practical/ Projects
Unit – II (U2)
January
80 marks/ 3 hours
Written
Final( Board Exam)
Feb/March
70/80 marks (Theory)
30/20 marks (Pratical)
Written

Evaluation of Grade XII

Type of Assessment
Months
Marks/ Duration of written assessment
Components of Assessment
Unit-I
July
50 marks/ 2 hour
Written
Half Yearly
September
70/80 marks (Theory)
30/20 marks (Pratical)
Written
Practical/ Projects
Unit – II (U2)
NOVEMBER
50 marks/ 2 hours
Written
Pre-Board-I
December
70/80 marks (Theory)
30/20 marks (Pratical)
----
Pre-Board-II
January
70/80 marks (Theory)
30/20 marks (Pratical)
----
Final( Board Exam)
Feb/March
70/80 marks (Theory)
30/20 marks (Pratical)
Written

Classes Nursery, Jr.K.G., Sr.K.G.

The academic year is divided into two terms. There are no formal examinations for these classes. However, evaluation of the child’s progress is done on the basis of day to day performance under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). These theme-based assessments are carried out in various ways which include written assessments via worksheets and written work done in notebooks/workbooks in school and at home, oral assessments via classroom discussions and interactions, activities, etc.

Evaluation of Grade I to V

TERMS
Type of Assessment
Weightage in Report card
Month
Marks/ Duration of
written assessment
Components of Assessment
TERM I
Unit-I
Written (30M)
Notebook (05M)
Subject Activity (05M)
JULY
30 MARKS/ 1 hours
Written Notebooks
Subject Activity
Half Yearly
Written (50M)
Notebook (05M)
Subject Activity (05M)
SEPTEMBER
50 MARKS/3 hours
Written
WEIGHTAGE IN REPORT CARD TOTAL(Term – I) = Unit I + Half Yearly = 100 Marks
TERM II
Unit-II
Written (30M)
Notebook (05M)
Subject Activity (05M)
January
30 MARKS/ 1 hours
Written Notebooks
Subject Activity
Final Exam
Written (50M)
Notebook (05M)
Subject Activity (05M)
March
50 MARKS/3 hours
Written
Notebooks
Subject Activity
WEIGHTAGE IN REPORT CARD TOTAL(Term – II) = Unit II + Final Exam = 100 Marks

Evaluation of Grade VI to VIII

TERMS
Type of Assessment
Weightage in Report card
Month
Marks/ Duration of
written assessment
Components of Assessment
TERM I
Unit-I
Written (30M)
Notebook (05M)
Subject Activity (05M)
JULY
30 MARKS/ 1 hours
Written
Notebooks
Subject Activity
Half Yearly
Written (80M)
Notebook (05M)
Subject Activity (05M)
SEPTEMBER
80 MARKS/3 hours
Written
Notebooks
Subject Activity
TERM II
Unit-II
Written (30M)
Notebook (05M)
Subject Activity (05M)
January
30 MARKS/ 1 hours
Written
Notebooks
Subject Activity
Final Exam
Written (80M)
Notebook (05M)
Subject Activity (05M)
March
80 MARKS/3 hours
Written
Notebooks
Subject Activity

Promotion Policy

Results will be prepared on the basis or rules framed by CBSE. However, less than 80% attendance and inability to cope with the syllabus resulting in low grade in assessments may result detention in the same class, after the mutual consent of parents and school authorities. It is mandatory for every student to appear in all assessments prescribed by School for the particular class.

Beyond Academics

VALUES ONE