Curriculum

  • A programme of religious education for Catholic boys and of values education for other boys forms a most important element of the curriculum.

  • In the Primary School the emphasis on the acquiring of skills and providing experiences and activities that lead the child to respond to the wonderful world in which he lives. The child’s progress is assessed by the evaluation of regular work. Promotion is automatic and a child will be detained only if it is felt that he will benefit by repeating the class.

  • In the Middle School the boy’s progress is assessed through routine work, tests and examinations. Promotion to higher classes will depend on his performance in all these various assessments.

  • In the Senior School the process of ICSE and ISC are followed.

  • Provision is made for games, cubs, scouts and cultural activities. When a pupil is required to take part in such activities, participation will be deemed compulsory by the school authorities.

  • PRIVATE TUITION IS TOTALLY DISCOURAGED.