“Learning is not the filling of a pail, but the lightening of a fire.”

Core Values – Respect, Responsibility, Kindness, Integrity, The courage to Act

Neo Elementary Education believes in individual attention in terms of the needs, potentials, and ways of learning of every student…

At NGS, students are encouraged to take the initiative, express interests, make choices, and be aware of their learning goals. They are agents for their own and others’ learning through learner agency. They are actively engaged and monitor and adjust their learning as needed. The relationship between a teacher and a student is viewed as a partnership in the learning process. They demonstrate the agility and imagination to respond to new and unexpected challenges and opportunities and to take action for a better and more peaceful world.


A nation’s growth and prosperity rely on the development of its future generation through a vibrant education system. Elementary education refers to the stage of formal education where learners learn how to think rather than gaining information about new facts. Elementary education does not require any prior formal education. It begins six years from grade 1 and lasts till grade 11 at grade 5. It offers learners basic knowledge about various subjects and fosters their learning process. 


The main objective of Neo Elementary now and for the future is to develop the broods to become highly literate so that they can utilize the information they have learned and the knowledge they have gained effectively. NGS also hopes to enable children to communicate effectively and make informed decisions so they can adapt to the various changes taking place in the world.


  1. It aims to give the learner an individual identity.
  2. It aims to foster the all-round development of all learners. 
  3. It aims to facilitate the harmonious and successful development of the children.
  4. It aims to prepare children for future adult life responsibilities, experiences, and opportunities.
  5. It aims to foster learners’ spiritual, moral, cultural, mental, and physical development in school and society.
  6. It highlights acquiring basic reading, arithmetic, and literacy skills.
  7. It aims to inspire and enhance the development of life skills of the learners so that they can be responsible citizens.


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NGS Elementary School’s curriculum offers a core of academic subjects in language arts, mathematics, science, and social sciences. The learning environment is child-centered, and a strong reading program enriches the curriculum, library, learning resources, English as a Second Language (ESL) where appropriate, art, music, physical education, computing, and computer education, personal and social development, and Christian values education. The curriculum offers several second languages for students to choose from.


  • Core Curriculum –Telugu, English, Hindi, Math, Science & Social Studies.
  • Foundation Curriculum – Information Technology, Art & Craft, Martial Art, Gymnastics, Skating, Physical Education, Music & Dance. 

Core Curriculum

Mother Tongue & Support

  • The NGS students benefit academically, socially, and emotionally when they are encouraged to develop and maintain proficiency in their mother tongue while learning English and Hindi. We encourage the students to participate in cultural activities during assemblies and events. 

Listening and Speaking

  • Follow agreed-upon rules of conversation (e.g., take turns speaking)
  • Ask/answer questions to demonstrate understanding of texts read aloud
  • Speak in complete sentences when appropriate 


  • Determine the meaning of unknown or multiple-meaning words in grade 1 texts
  • Sort words into categories (e.g., colors, clothing, spelling patterns)
  • Define words by category and key attributes (e.g., a duck is a bird that swims)
  • Recognize shades of meaning in vocabulary terms (large vs. big)

Writing and Language

  • Form upper- and lower-case letters legibly
  • Use parts of speech appropriately when writing and speaking
  • Use end punctuation (e.g., periods, question marks)
  • Spell words with common spelling patterns (e.g., top) and irregular high-frequency words (e.g., the)


Mathematics provides learners with opportunities for the acquisition of skills and competencies necessary to gain an understanding and appreciation of the subject. The specific content for each grade level is as follows:     

Application of these concepts to practical problems based on real-life activities. Grades 3, 4, and 5 deal with the study of whole numbers, the four fundamental operations, fractions, and decimals, including money, angles, plane figures, measurement, and graphs· And fractions, and learned the meaning of ratios and proportion, percentages, integers, simple probability, polygons, spatial figures, measurements, and graphs. Mathematics teaching shall encourage learners to learn through hands-on and minds or manipulated and interactive activities. Pupils learn independently, explore, discover, generalize and apply what they learned in their daily lives.

These activities shall be effective by using appropriate teaching strategies/ approaches/ techniques and adequate instructional materials.


Neo Elementary allows students to visually and kinaesthetically express their understanding of a concept by communicating about it without words. Students use their bodies and facial expressions to create a scene, or symbol, that represents a concept. For example, they can pose in ways that show how plants respond to specific water and light conditions during an investigation.

Social Studies

NGS allows young learners to explain relationships with other people, institutions, and the environment and equips them with knowledge and understanding of the past. Social Studies incorporates history, geography, government and civics, economics, anthropology (social and cultural), and fields of study drawn from the humanities (religion, literature, and the arts).

  • Foundation Curriculum

Art & Craft

  • Make independent decisions guided by the elements/principles of art. 
  • Develop technical skills, select materials/tools/media to serve creative intent
  • Create, observe, explore, identify and discuss artistic concepts connecting to a theme and various world cultures.


  • Maintain tone, pitch, rhythm, tempo, and dynamics while playing Guitar or Keyboard.
  • Use these instruments to create and perform music. 
  • Create, demonstrate, interpret and discuss musical ideas such as melody, rhythm, harmony, form, and style from various world cultures for a specific purpose. 

Physical Education

  • Maintain tone, pitch, rhythm, tempo, and dynamics while playing Guitar or Keyboard.
  • Use these instruments to create and perform music. 
  • Create, demonstrate, interpret and discuss musical ideas such as melody, rhythm, harmony, form, and style from various world cultures for a specific purpose. 


Library Program Our library has a large collection of books in various genres. Students are given many opportunities to go to the library and read. Borrowing books of their choice and talking about them is what they enjoy most! 

Information Technology

Primary sources can include:

  • Interviews, diaries, letters, journals, speeches, autobiographies, and witness statements
  • Original hand-written manuscripts
  • Art, photographs, films, maps, fiction, and music
  • Newspaper and magazine clippings
  • Artifacts, buildings, furniture, and clothing

Keep your Child Engaged at Home (HOMEWORK)


The following are simple everyday activities you can do at home and in the world to help support what your child is learning during the school day.

Engagement strategies

  • Read to your student every day; choose books with a rich vocabulary about two levels more difficult than your student could read without help. Ask questions about the text.
  • Listen to your student read aloud; choose books with simple, easy-to-sound-out words while they are first learning. 
  • Help your student practice high-frequency words using word lists from school.
  • Look for patterns and practice sorting words into categories (e.g., shape, color, size, type).
  • Practice sorting assigned spelling words into patterns (e.g., words that end in –at and words that start with sh-).
  • Expect your child to write each day; ask them to use the strategies learned in school.
  • Practice adding and subtracting within 10 by using flash cards.
  • Pose addition and subtraction problems to your child verbally, expecting a quick response.
  • Ask your student to name and tell the value of coins.

Engagement strategies

The prime objective of assessing students’ learning and performance is to give feedback to the:

  • Students – to encourage the start of lifelong learning
  • Teachers – to support their reflection on what to teach and how to teach it
  • Parents – to highlight their child’s learning and development.
  • Authentic: It supports connecting to the real world to promote student engagement. 
  • Clear and specific: This includes desired learning goals; success criteria, and the process students use to learn 
  • Varied: It uses a wider range of tools and strategies that are fit for purpose to build a well-rounded picture of student learning. 
  • Developmental: It focuses on a student’s progress rather than their performance concerning others. 
  • Collaborative: It engages both teachers and students in the assessment development and evaluation process 
  • Interactive: Assessment encompasses ongoing and iterative dialogues about learning. 
  • Feedback to feed forward: It provides feedback on current learning to inform what is needed to support future learning and raises students’ motivation.

The purpose of assessment is to inform learning and teaching. It involves gathering and analyzing student learning information to inform teaching practice.

Reflects on a Neo Elementary as a scholar

  • Focus on Skills – Able to apply their learning in real-life situations
  • Purposeful learning – Learning that is significant and relevant to the local and global contexts.
  • Concept driven – Fundamental part of the content that we never forget and build new meaningful learning on.
  • Happy Holistic learners – who portray the attributes of the Learning Profile- lifelong learners 21st-century learners.

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