Inquiry based learning through activity takes place at Aristo Public School. Experimental learning is the key to understanding the depth of the subjects.

Learning Methodology

Inquiry based learning through activity takes place at Aristo Public School. Experimental learning is the key to understanding the depth of the subjects. The primary students learn with hands-on activities in all subjects. The middle school does research based projects in English, Language, Mathematics, Science and Social Science.

We realize that the importance of reading, speaking and listening has been forgotten in this electronic age. These skills are necessary not only for language but for the entire subjects that are learnt.

Curricular and Evaluation

According to the CBSE stipulation we conduct a wide gamut of activities which develop the physical, intellectual and emotional personality of students.

Our School follows the syllabus of CBSE, New Delhi. The Kinder-garten classrooms incorporate some elements of Montessori Method and early children education methodology.

Children of classes I – IX follow the syllabus prescribed by the central Board of Secondary Education. NCERT books are used for curriculum.


The Kindergarten at ARISTO provides a carefully planned, stimulating environment for children between the age of 3 and 6, which will help them develop an excellent foundation for creative learning.


The school follows a combination of progressive Montessori and traditional curriculum which is age appropriate and uses English as the medium of instruction. Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) are today acknowledged as a crucial input and as a foundation for lifelong development. In our country it is also essential to realize the goal of universal elementary education. A common basic curriculum for the young child must be developmentally appropriate and activity-based, with equitable quality for diverse environments.

Goals and objectives of ECCE,

  1. Enhance the child’s health and physical well being
  2. Involve parents and community
  3. Avoid unnecessary burden on the child
  4. Gives special attention to children with special needs

In meeting the needs of individual children, the Early Childhood classrooms focus on the following developmental areas,

Fine Motor Development

Used to increase small muscle development. This may include manipulating puzzles, drawing, coloring, painting, beading, and manipulating print materials.

Cognitive Development

Used in our interactive learning environment. This includes the engagement with peers, adults, and activities.

Physical Development

Used in our interactive environment. This may include running, jumping, climbing, and playing, along with structured outdoor time.

Social Development

Used to promote active learning experiences. This will be done by the use of many dramatic play experiences such as pretend play and role playing.

Mathematical skills and Critical Thinking

Used to increase all developmental areas. This may include phonological awareness, vocabulary knowledge, problem solving, creative planning, number concepts, and peer interactions.


Used to increase positive self-concepts. This may include the importance of human relationships such as peer interactions and adult/child interactions. This also includes peer negotiations, the ability to make choices and how to properly interact with others.

Family Involvement

Used to increase the educational ability of individual children. Parents are welcome to our open-door policy and encouraged to participate in many child centered activities. They are also encouraged to participate in program planning such as study trips and holiday vacation.

  • A full day program within a developmentally appropriate classroom environment
  • Development of social skills is emphasized in order to create and sustain a successful learning environment within the classroom
  • Strong focus on phonetic sounds and letters of the alphabet, as well as the recognition and rote counting of numerals 1-10
  • Curriculum integration centered on monthly thematic units.
  • Numerous opportunities for drama, arts and crafts, free play, construction, as well as fine and gross motor development
  • Implementation of small group, large group and independent learning activities, designed to meet the needs of all students in diverse and creative ways.
  • A variety of materials and resources are provided for children to explore and use both in learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Pre-reading development emphasizing letter recognition, hearing and manipulating the sounds in our language (phonemic awareness).
  • Language and literacy will be enhanced by having fun with language by listening to stories and poems, making up stories and rhymes, participating in sharing times, and role playing.
  • Math skills are supported through many activities dealing with classification, sequencing, counting, and experimenting with spatial relations.
  • Children’s performance, behavior, social development, and physical health are observed and evaluated.

Junior and Secondary

In the junior & secondary school we recognized that school must be a safe and encouraging environment that fosters risk taking necessary for the full development of a child. Realizing that children are motivated to learn when they experience success and develop understanding, teachers include finding and using information, making connections across the curriculum, and organizing learning around new concepts.

We believe that children take responsibility for their learning when they understand what it means to learn, to be reflective, and to set and personal learning goals. Knowing that children have their own unique learning styles, lessons are structured to meet the needs of all learner’s in the classroom with ongoing assessment strategies and timely feedback to support continuous learning.

Subject Enrichment Activities

These are subject-specific activities aimed at enhancing the understanding and skills of the students. These activities are to be carried out throughout the term; however, they should be evaluated at the term-end. Life skills, such as social skills, thinking skills and also Non- Scholastic skills are graded. Hence, it is very important to show interest and participate in competitions and other extra-curricular activities.

Senior Secondary

The students can opt for different streams after their 10th. With different combinations at the +2 level it consists of five parts

Group A (Integrated with NEET/JEE) Group A Group B Group C
Physics Physics Physics Accountancy
Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry Business Studies
Biology/Mathematics Biology Mathematics Economics
Agriculture/Physical Education/Computer Science Mathematics/ Agriculture/Computer Science Physical Education/Computer Science Information Technology/ Physical Education/ Mathematics

Language Pattern

Std 1 to 8 : 1st Language - English (Compulsory).

Std 1 to 8 : 2nd Language - Hindi or Tamil.

Std 1 to 8 : 3rd Language - Hindi or Tamil or French (Compulsory).


It is a "CBSE-JEE/NEET" integrated campus. The campus is devoted for giving intensive coaching for the students who aspire to be the students of India's prestigious institutions. The curriculum is planned in a way that both right and left hemispheres of the brain are stimulated and activated.

Advantages of in campus integrated program for students and school management are:

Power school synchronized integrator system of coaching tremendously help in increasing efficiency conference and reducing stress level that minimizing the burden on students yielding maximum result.

Integrated coaching is student’s centric and as coherent approach to utilize the time of students to its best School running is followed by preparation for competitive exams through advanced level illustrations, worksheets and exercise sheets.

The school program strengthens the capability of students to apply concepts thus elevating the level of learning. The program ensures an edge over fundamentals and saves time on enhancing knowledge. Help to practice improvise, and excel in CBSE board and competitive exams.

Rules and Regulations


All the pupils should come in prescribed and neat uniform every day during the school hours and to all the school functions. Pupils should not come with ornaments or valuable articles to school and they are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belongings.

Visit by parents/guardians

During school hours parents / guardians are not allowed to see their wards or their teachers in the class room without the permission of the principal. Any communication, request or complaint made by the parents / guardians should be addressed only to the principal and not to the class teacher. In exceptional cases and in emergencies they may visit their wards after obtaining written permission from the Principal. Only parents are allowed to take the children out from the school.


There will be no local guardian nominated for any student. Only for those living abroad, a guardian has to be a blood relation and should be authorized by the parent, to interact with the school and the student. The school reserves its right to reject a guardian.

Chewing gums, perfumes, gel, electronic items and costly items are banned in the school. Such things will be confiscated from the student and in addition, the students will be suitably punished. The items confiscated will not be returned to the parents or to the students.


Smoking/ Drugs/ Alcohol are strictly banned within the school premises for the students, parents, guardians and visitors. The school reserves the right to expel a student at any time for indulging in misconduct or any case of indiscipline. Such students, depending on the severity of the offence, may be escorted home and handed over to the parents at their expense and the TC will be issued immediately with the remark “expelled for misconduct”.


A student will be detained only once in a particular class. If the student concerned does not make substantial improvement to be promoted to the next class in the next promotion examination, he/she will have to be withdrawn from the school.


Any willful damage caused by the pupil to the building, furniture, apparatus or any other school property is liable to be made good by the parent /guardian. Irregular attendance at school, habitual laziness, disobedience, dishonesty or conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school within or without is sufficient reasons for the dismissal of a student.

Although the school is not responsible for the behavior of its students outside its premises, due notice will be taken of reports of misbehavior and disciplinary action will be taken against them if the report is substantiated on proper enquiry.

Celebration, Party & Gifts

Students are not allowed to conduct any celebration or party within school premises without consent from Principal. They are not permitted to distribute any gift on any occasion like Birthday\winning game\passing exam\farewell etc. Giving money or gifts to the staff members is strictly prohibited.


The School takes adequate care about the safety of the pupils. However, the school will not be held responsible for any injury or accident met by the pupils.

Medical Records

The complete medical records of the child / ward must be furnished for perusal at the time of admission. The medical report that is submitted must invariably contain all the relevant medical information related to the child since birth.


Pupil who is ill for a long period must produce medical certificate. Absence without proper information or prior permission will be considered a gross breach of discipline. The names of students who are absent for one month without informing the school authority will be removed from the register. Pupils will be eligible to sit for examination only if he/she gets 80% of attendance.

Late Arrivals

Pupils are expected to be punctual. Late comers are liable to be sent home at the parent’s own risk.

Absence on the re-opening day will be viewed strictly.

Nonpayment of Fees

The school reserves the right to strike the name of a student off the Roll or stop him/her from appearing for any examination including external examinations for non-payment of fees and other dues before the commencement of such examinations.

  1. Application for a Transfer Certificate should be given in writing to the Principal by the Parent/Guardian of the pupil. A minimum of 15 days is required for the issue of Transfer Certificate.
  2. Pupil who intends to leave the school should clear all the fee dues to the school before taking the Transfer Certificate.
  3. A student once removed from the roll will be readmitted only after the payment of re-admission fee, provided there is a seat. If a student attends school even for a day in a term, fees for the full term should be paid.