The Bosco Curriculum

The Bosco Curriculum

Our Curriculum Framework is known as “The Bosco Curriculum” and it is majorly focused in two categories. Primary – Kindergarten (Lower & Upper) and Junior [Foundation Years] (Class I –Class V)



The primary curriculum has been designed in a thematic method to initiate holistic development in children. The day wise approach makes it easy for students to understand and teachers to teach. The self-explanatory schedule is also shared with the parent in order to keep them informed and aligned with expectations. The curriculum for entire year is broadly classified in to 10 different themes and an activity-based approach is followed to make the students good problem solvers and reflective thinkers.

Junior (Foundation Years)


The Foundation Years has been developed focusing on 5 core areas of learning: Math, English Language, Science and Social Studies. The other areas developed are Music and Movement & Art. Both these areas will seek to integrate with the 5 core areas so that they support the core areas and become more meaningful to the learner. Use of technology both by the teacher and student has been emphasized throughout the curriculum, making it a forward-looking document, preparing and developing student thinking for the world of tomorrow. The curriculum aims to engage all students, while enthusing and challenging them.


Each core area has clearly identified Strands of knowledge. Together these Strands capture the essence of the curriculum content and provide clear focal points for teaching and learning. Additionally, the Strand divides the curriculum allowing it to be set out in a clear concise manner. These Strands of knowledge have grade appropriate learning objectives with suggested activities and related material and resources, along with some suggestions for assessment.