Welcome to Mirzapur Lions Public School.

For Admissions Contact-05442-245066,8738852400

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05442-245066, 8738852400

lionspublics@gmail.com

Bhujwa Ki Chowki ,Rewa Road

Mirzapur (U.P)

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123 456 789

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Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

Curriculum

We have our curriculum based on CBSE pattern with maximum NCERT books and syllabus prescribed by CBSE.

The Lions School ‘Knowledge is power’ is the pivot around which education is organised at Lions School. The school empowers students with knowledge, to develop in them a positive approach to life and equips them with self-confidence, honesty and sincerity to face and overcome the challenges of life with dignity. The school follows a multi-pronged approach to teaching, supplementing conventional classroom teaching with activities that arouse curiosity, encourage reflection and strengthen team spirit.

The school is affiliated to the CBSE under the 10+2 scheme of education. It organises learning experiences for its students in English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Science/Environmental Studies and Social Science up to class X. The performance of the students is assessed through Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), as advocated by CBSE. Such an evaluation has visibly reduced the pressure of studies in children and has transformed learning into an enjoyable experience for them.

The school offers two streams namely, Science and Commerce, for the students of classes XI and XII. Within each stream, there is an array of subjects for the students to choose from. As students study subjects of their liking, studies are never perceived as burden. Instead, they are viewed as tools that facilitate the climb up the ladder of success.

The school’s integrated approach to learning has seen its students grow up to be responsible global citizens, contributing constructively to the world around.

CLASS – LKG

ENGLISH:

Alphabets – (A to Z) in capital letters

Cursive small letters – a to z

Reading words with sounds (a,e.i,o,u)

MATHS:

Counting (0 to 50)

Count and write (objects)

What comes after/before/between?

Concepts – Big-Small

Tall-Short

Heavy-Light

Near-Far

ENGLISH:

Alphabets (small cursive)

Opposites

Singular/plural

Use of he, she, a, an, this, that, these, those, etc.

Reading and writing different words and small sentences.

MATHS:

Numbers- 0 to 200

Number names- 0 to 20

Tables

Backward counting (100 to 0)

Addition, subtraction

After, before, between

Arrange smaller to bigger

Shapes

Concept(Big ,small, etc)