Academic Syllabus

  • Amalorpavam Lourds Academy is an English Medium co-education school, following the CBSE syllabus.
  • Presently classes are run for Standards 1 to 4 only. Classes will be upgraded in a phased manner.

The learning areas will include:

  • English
  • Second Language : Tamil, Third Language : Hindi
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Environmental Education/ Social Science
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Performing Arts
  • Physical & Health Education

Children of all abilities can falter in their learning when they move from one phase of education to the next as they face unfamiliar environment and new styles of teaching and learning.

Children in the age group between 5 ½ and 8 ½ yrs are introduced to a variety of activity-based, stress-free learning to motivate them to be the best active agents in his/her own environment. Qualified and well experienced facilitators allow them to grab the opportunity to discover their hidden talents; to excel in the chosen area and spruce them well in all aspects through rigorous, joyous and ingenious engagement.

A comprehensive learning ecosystem serves the right opportunity for a well balanced intellectual and physical development. No child under our care is confined to only classroom learning but all possibilities to grow and glow in extracurricular activities are explored as well. Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) pattern is followed to assess the child’s learning under the 3 areas namely Scholastic, Co-Scholastic and Co-Curricular activities.

  • Sports Education: Develops fundamental skills into sports skills for a healthy life
  • The Arts: Sharpens, creative and aesthetic skills in Music, Art and Dance
  • Field Trips: Approaches learning in a new way to bring more clarity to theoretical concepts.

Assessment & Evaluation

School follows the guidelines of CBSE in true spirit for the evaluation process. Continuous Assessment of the pupils' academic performance will be conducted as below:

The weightage of Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA) is as below:

Term Type of
Percentage of weightage in Academic Session Term wise
Formative Assessment-1 10% Formative
Formative =40%,
Summative =60%
Total 100%
Formative Assessment-2 10%
Summative Assessment-1 30% Summative Assessment
Formative Assessment-3 10% Formative Assessment-
Formative Assessment-4 10%
Summative Assessment-2 30% Summative Assessment-

Under no circumstances will re-examination of any pupil be permitted. In case of absence due to any reason, from any test or examination by a pupil, there will be no re-test conducted.

Assessment Report

Certain criteria have been adopted for awarding grades for the pupils to be promoted to the next grade. Amalorpavam takes into account the continuous assessment of the pupil's performance during the entire year instead of the final exam alone, giving students an incentive to study right from the beginning of the academic year.

  • Parents are requested to monitor their ward's academic work regularly
  • Periodical Assessment reports will be sent to the parent or guardian to keep them well informed of the pupil's progress, discipline and conduct at school
  • Report cards must be duly acknowledged by the parent or the guardian
  • Parents are requested to meet the teachers periodically on the scheduled dates to review their ward's progress in connection with their scholastic and non-scholastic performance
  • Absence during assessments will not be entertained at any cost.

Co-Scholastic Activities

In order to assess children in the co-scholastic areas, various activities are conducted throughout the year by the following Clubs

  • English Club
  • Mathematics Club
  • Science Club
  • Social Club
  • Language Club
  • Fine Arts Club
  • Sports Club
  • Quiz Club

to view the students activities click here

Message from the
Founder, Correspondent and Senior Principal

The 8th of June, 2015 is a day etched forever in my memory as it is a milestone in the career of my life as a teacher and an educationalist.


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