"Our curriculum is based on extensive research and inspired by Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. We've arranged these multiple intelligences into eight distinct ways that
kids can be intelligent, or our ‘Eight Smarts’
Likes to read, write and tell stories and excels at learning and using new words.
Explores patterns and numbers, and enjoys figuring out logical problems.
Uses body language, loves to move and play sports, excels at dancing and other physical activity.
The visualizer, loves to understand maps, draw, build, design and create.
Has a natural sense of rhythm, and enjoys singing, playing instruments and listening to music.
Has the penchant for beautiful environment and love for the living.
The socialite, likes to work in groups, pretends to be smarter than all, and is sensitive to the feelings of others.
Likes to be introspective, is in-tune with their personal feelings and thoughts and enjoys company of their own.
The programs have been designed for:
- Language Development
- Knowledge and Understanding of the World
- Social and Moral Development
- Aesthetics and Fine Arts
- Cognitive Development
- Physical and Personality Development
- ICT (Information and Communication Technology)
Our curriculum gives children the tools they need to grow and develop into the leaders of tomorrow. Along with a strong emphasis on mathematics and literacy skills, our program give children a framework they can use throughout school - they learn to love learning.
Students are assessed at the start of each academic year and based on their performance a focused program is created to improvise performances in required areas which is then reviewed every month by senior teachers.
TNJ curriculum is designed to ensure each student is assessed on the three primary parameters as below:
Strength, Endurance, Flexibility and Skills as an individual and in team
Discipline, Responsibility, Values and Leadership
- Emotional intelligence, i.e. ability to manage emotions, motivation, empathy, relationships.
- Communication skills
- Complex thinking skills
- Productive habits of mind (critical, creative and self regulated thinking)