“You must understand the whole of life, not just one little part of it. That is why you must read, that is why you must look at the skies, that is why you must sing and dance, and write poems and suffer and understand, for all that is life.”

- Jiddu Krishnamurthy

The curriculum at Pramiti encompasses a wide spectra and is interwoven. It is based on the concept of generalization, proficiency and application. Learning happens in various ways and through different means. So, to conclude that one learns Mathematics only when he is in a Mathematics class or with a Mathematics book clearly limits the whole process. At Pramiti, we understand learning not as academics and beyond academics but learning as a whole that takes place in different forms and in a very interdependent way. So, for us, the learning we experience in Mathematics is interlinked with learning that we experience in Language, Science, Art, Sports and also see the manifestation of the learning in our lives in various ways.

Although the core subjects offered are similar across all age groups from primary to the elementary level, the focus changes according to the developmental stage and the needs thereof. The complexities are at a range and as the child enters into the community where assessment and examinations also become part of the learning, the curriculum is adapted and designed to support the same.

Learning is dynamic and the environment at Pramiti  supports this learning and is therefore unrestricted, adaptive yet structured. The curriculum is a medium to support the dynamic learning and to offer opportunities to allow children to learn by building their skills and nurturing their potential to learn. Pramiti enables learning through her curriculum that is dynamic, interwoven and constantly reviewed to meet the changing patterns of learning in the dynamic world we live in.