IEAS and CBSE
IEAS is recognised by the Ministry of Education ,
Kuwait and is affiliated to the Central Board of
Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi.
CBSE has been widely accepted as a system of
education that challenges students. It proves
to make great strides in their personal growth
and knowledge of the world.
CBSE ensures sound education and caters to all
round development of the child through the
CCE system – Continuous Comprehensive
Education.
PRIMARY
SCHOOL
EDUCATION
@ IEAS
PRIMARY SCHOOL
Primary (or elementary) education consists of
formal, structured education.
Primary education has specific goals that
make it an exceedingly important component
of an educational system as a whole.
IEAS moves from a Class teacher(Kg) to
Subject teacher (Primary School)
PRIMARY SCHOOL
Preparing your child for Primary education,
one can have an exciting journey. As parents,
you can make the whole new experience of
learning new things and making friends a
meaningful one for your child.
• The primary school years are an important
phase in your child’s education. It lays the
foundation for his learning and
development later on in life.
• The primary school curriculum is designed
for a well-rounded learning experience and
focuses on three main aspects of
education:
(1) A range of subjects
(2) Knowledge skills
(3) Character Development
Educative Experience at
IEAS
• A Child Centered approachConfidence Building *
• Usage of Multi Media resources
• A Humane, Focused, Structured
yet stimulating school ambience
• Personality development
• Confidence Building
• CBSE curriculum
Hands On
Training
• Notice Board charts
• Lab. Practicals
• Computer Practicals
• Scrap Book/Charts
• Thematic Exhibitions
• Audio-Visual Learning
OUR EVALUATION
SYSTEM
• Systematic/Continuous Assessment
• Regular Monitoring of Performance
• Semester wise report cardsAssessment through Grades
• Subject wise- Teachers personal
observations
• Personalized open day for one-to-one
parent-teacher consultations
It is a Continuous and
Complete assessment
that focuses on
academic as well as cocurricular development
of the students.
- Regular and
continuous
activities
conducted
throughout the
year to achieve
all round
development
- Mental, Emotional
and Physical
aspects of the
student’s progress
i.e. all round
development of the
student
- Variety of tools
and techniques
are used to
assess and
evaluate the
student’s
progress
WHAT IS CONTINUOUS AND
COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION (CCE)?
CONTINUOUS AND
COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION
refers to a system of school
based assessment that covers
ALL ASPECTS OF STUDENT’S
DEVELOPMENT.
WHAT IS CONTINUOUS AND
COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION (CCE)?
It emphasizes on two fold objectives:
Continuity in evaluation and
assessment of broad based learning
Behavioral outcome
WHAT IS CONTINUOUS AND
COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION (CCE)?
•It helps in the improvement of
students’ achievement through
continuous diagnosis, remediation,
encouragement and appreciation.
•It requires coordination and
concerted efforts on the part of the
Principal, teachers and parents for
the multifaceted personality
development of the child.
PRIMARY
SCHOOL
CURRICULUM
Assessment System
•The Board recommends a
FIVE – POINT SCALE indicating the
achievements in the following order:
A*
OUTSTANDING
(90 TO 100%)
A
EXCELLENT
(75 TO 89%)
B
VERY GOOD
(56 TO 74%)
C
GOOD
(35 TO 55%)
D
SCOPE FOR IMPROVEMENT
(00 TO 34%)
Formative Assessment:
Assessment which is carried
throughout the year by the teacher
formally and informally
It is diagnostic and remedial
Summative Assessment:
End of term or end of the year
exams
Feedback on learning to teachers
and parents
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (FA) will
comprise of:
•Class work / Home work (CLASS RESPONSES)
•CLASS TESTS ( WRITTEN AS WELL AS ORALS)
•SURPRISE TESTS
•MINUTE PAPER ( SHORT DESCRIPTIONS)
•Quiz
•Projects / Assignments
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
(FA) 2 and 4 (Classes III, IV and V)
(A minimum of 4 activities should be carried out)
Will comprise of:
1) Languages
Listening Comprehension, Conversations /
Dialogues or Prepared Speeches on given topics,
Oral Quizzes, Story telling, Story development,
Presentations involving conversation with peers
and the teacher, Role play and Dramatization,
Reading Comprehension, Creative Writing, Group
Projects, Assignments ( Class work & Homework)
etc.
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
(FA) 2 and 4 (Classes III, IV and V)
2) Mathematics
Oral quizzes, Group Projects, Puzzles,
Data Handling and Analysis, Math's Lab
Activities, Problem Solving in groups,
Estimation, Mapping your way, Field
activities and Reporting, Assignments
(Class work and Homework) etc.
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
(FA) 2 and 4 (Classes III, IV and V)
3)Environmental Science (EVS)
Oral quizzes, Role play, Presentation on
current topics ( Formulating one’s own
reasoning for an observed event /
activity), Group Discussion, Survey,
MCQ’s , Charts, Models, Map Reading,
Trips and Reports, Group Investigations,
Assignments ( Class work & Homework)
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (SA)
•End of term or end of the year
exams
•Feedback on learning
(assessment of learning) to
teachers and parents
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT (SA)
WILL BE Term End Examination:
Curriculum and syllabus as circulated by
the board
Question papers to be prepared as per
CBSE format
Exams to be conducted by schools
Academic year will have two termsFIRST TERM: April to September
SECOND TERM: October to March
Assessment System
TERM I – April - October
FA I
FA 2
SA I
20 mks
Paper – Pen
Test
(reduced to
10 %)
20 mks
Activity
Based
(reduced
to 10 %)
60 MKS
Paper Pen
Test
(reduced to
30 %)
Assessment System
TERM II – October - March
FA 3
FA 4
SA II
20 mks
Paper – Pen
Test
(reduced to
10 %)
20 mks
Activity
Based
(reduced
to 10 %)
60 MKS
Paper Pen
Test
(reduced to
30 %)
Assessment System
TERM
FIRST
TERM
(APRIL –
SEPT.)
SECOND
TERM
(OCT. –
TYPE OF
ASSESSMENT
Formative
Assessment 1
(Pen – Paper
Test)
Formative
Assessment 2
Summative
Assessment 1
(Pen – Paper
Test)
Formative
Assessment 3
(Pen – Paper
PERCENTAG
E OF
TERM WISE
TOTAL WEIGHTAGE
WEIGHTAG
MARKS
IN
E
ACADEMIC
SESSION
20
10 %
Formative
Assessmen
t 1 + 2 = 20
%
20
10%
60
30%
20
10%
TOTAL
Format
ive
Assess
ment 1
+ 2 +3
Summative + 4 =
Assessmen 40
Summa
t 1 = 30 %
tive
Formative
Assess
Assessmen ment 1
t 3 + 4 = 20 + 2 =
Assessment System
CCE in classes III, IV and V shall spread
over two terms during one academic
session.
First Term includes Formative 1 (Pen –
Paper Test), Formative Assessment 2 and
Summative Assessment 1 (Pen – Paper Test).
Second Term includes Formative 3 (Pen –
Paper Test), Formative Assessment 4 and
Summative Assessment 2 (Pen – Paper Test).
Assessment System
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT:
Summative Assessment 1 will be held
in September / October and
Summative Assessment 2 in March, in
each academic session.
The marks secured by children out of
60 in SA 1 and SA2 will be finally
reduced to 30 respectively.
Assessment System
SUBJECT
MARKS FOR
FA 1, FA 3 –
(20 MARKS)
ENGLISH , HINDI / FRENCH
READING (Comprehensions
Seen / Unseen)
3 marks
MARKS FOR
SA 1 & SA 2 (60MARKS)
20 marks
Assessment System
SUBJECT
MARKS FOR
FA 1, FA 3 –
(20MARKS)
MARKS FOR
SA 1 & SA 2 (60MARKS)
ENGLISH , HINDI / FRENCH
WRITING (FAI, FA 3, SA I &
SA II)
T – TEXTUAL
UNDERSTANDING /
VOCABULARY
G - GRAMMAR
CW – CREATIVE WRITING
SP - SPELLING
HW - HANDWRITING
5 marks
5 marks
3 marks
2 marks
2 marks
(value based
passages)
10 marks
10 marks
10 marks
5 marks
5 marks
Assessment System
ENGLISH , HINDI / FRENCH
LISTENING (FA 2, FA 4)
- COMPREHENSION
- EXTRA READING
- ACTIVITIES PROJECTS
SPEAKING (FA 2, FA 4)
CONVERSATION
RECITATION
Assessment System
SUBJECT
MARKS FOR
FA 1, FA 3 –
(20MARKS)
MARKS FOR
SA 1 & SA 2 (60MARKS)
C – CONCEPT
- KNOWLEDGE
- UNDERSTANDING
5 marks
5 marks
15 marks
15 marks
AC - ABILITY IN
COMPUTATION (Procedures
& Operations)
5 marks
15 marks
MATHS
PSA - PROBLEM SOLVING
ABILITY
5 marks
15 marks
Assessment System
SUBJECT
MARKS FOR
FA 1, FA 3 –
(20MARKS)
MARKS FOR
SA 1 & SA 2 (60MARKS)
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
(EVS)
OBS- OBERVATIONS &
R – REPORTING
6 marks
ID - IDENTIFICATION OF
FACTS &
CLASSIFICATIONS
7 marks
DISCOVERY OF FACTS
7 marks
20 marks
20 marks
20 marks
A. ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE – SCHOLASTIC AREA
ARABIC
WRITING (Evaluations )
25 X 2 = 50 marks
COMPLETION OF WORK (CW/HW)
5X2=10 marks
VERBAL SKILLS / / CONVERSATION
5x2= 10 marks
READING
5x2 = 10 marks
LANGUAGE SKILLS/ GRAMMAR
5x2= 10 marks
DICTATION
5x 2= 10 marks
A. ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE – SCHOLASTIC AREA
SPECIAL ARABIC
WRITING (Evaluations )
20 marks
COMPLETION OF WORK
5X2=10 marks
EXAMINATIONS
60 marks
CLASS WORK
5 marks
ORALS
15 marks
DICTATION
5x 2= 10 marks
Assessment System
KUWAIT SOCIAL STUDIES (KSS)
PROJECT WORK (SCRAP BOOK)
10X2= 20 marks : 2 per term
TESTS 25x 2= 50 marks : 2 per term
WORK BOOK COMPLETION
5x2= 10 marks
QUIZ (ORALS)
10X2 = 20 MARKS : 2 per term
Assessment System
COMPUTERS
SKILL (PRACTICALS)
20 x 2= 40 marks
APTITUDE
-THEORY (TESTS) 25 X2 = 50 marks
COMPLETION OF WORK
5X2 = 10 marks
Assessment System
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (GK)
CLASS WORK 5x 2 = 10 marks
TESTS
25X 2 = 50 marks
PROJECTS / ASSIGNMENTS
(SCRAP BOOK) 10X2= 20 marks
QUIZ (ORALS) 10X2= 20 marks
B. CO – SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES
GAMES – (GRADES)
ENTHUSIASM
DISCIPLINE
TEAM SPIRIT
TALENT ( Strength, Stamina, Speed)
ART & CRAFT –
(GRADES)
INTEREST
CREATIVITY
SKILL
MUSIC & DANCE –
(GRADES)
INTEREST
RHYTHM
MELODY
CLUBS for STD. III, IV & V: 2014
- 2015
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Math
Scouts
Guides
Dramatics
Science & Environment
Cursive Writing
Quiz
Craft
CLUBS for STD. III,IV & V: 2014 2015
Assessment System
Class Interaction
Club Activity
Completion of Work
Expression
C. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
(GRADES)
COURTEOUSNESS
CONFIDENCE
CARE OF BELONGINGS
NEATNESS
REGULARITY & PUNCTUALITY
INITIATIVE
SELF – CONTROL
RESPECT FOR OTHER’S PROPERTY
SHARING & CARING (SPIRIT OF SERVICE)
C. PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
(GRADES)
VALUE EDUCATION
MORAL SCIENCE / ISLAMIYAT
(Assessed)
NOTICE BOARDS 20 marks
BEHAVIOUR 10 marks
ASSIGNMENTS / PROJECTS
(NOTE BOOK) 10X2 = 20 marks
QUIZ / TESTS 25X2 = 50 marks
D. HEALTH
HEIGHT (cms)
WEIGHT (Kgs)
FA II & IV
Assessment System
ENGLISH, HINDI / FRENCH
LISTENING
- COMPREHENSION
- EXTRA READING
- ACTIVITIES PROJECTS
SPEAKING
CONVERSATION
RECITATION
Assessment System
FA II & IV
MATHS
TABLES
MENTAL MATHS
LAB ACTIVITY
FA II & IV
Assessment System
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
(EVS)
ACTIVITY – EXPERIMENTS /
PRESENTATIONS/ PROJECTS
WRITTEN WORK –
ASSIGNMENTS, CW / HW
GROUP DISCUSSIONS
Minimize misclassification of students on
the basis of marks.
Eliminate unhealthy cut throat
competition among high achievers.
Reduce societal pressure and provide
the learner with more flexibility.
Leads to a better learning environment.
Evaluations -Semester I
FA1: May 4th to May 8th
SA 1: Oct. 12th to Oct. 21st
OPEN HOUSE DAY
November 6th 2014
Evaluations -Semester I
Additional Subjects:
June 2nd to 5th : Value
Education , GK, Computers,
KSS
Aug. 24th to 27th : Value
Education , GK, Computers,
KSS
Evaluations- Semester II
FA 3 : Dec. 17th to Dec. 23rd 2014
SA 2 : March 3RD to March 12th
2015
OPEN HOUSE DAY
MARCH 19th 2015
Evaluations -Semester II
Additional Subjects:
JAN. 4TH to 7th : Value
Education , GK, Computers,
KSS
FEB. 8th to 11th : Value
Education , GK, Computers,
KSS
Class wise Date
• Please followSheets
the detailed Date Sheets which
will be uploaded on the school website.
For Internal Assessment in all subjects *
• Specific Dates are given for:
•
Science / Computer Practicals
•
Submission of Scrap Books
•
Submission of Project Work
•
Mental Math Tests etc..
STUDENTS PROFILE *
STD III, IV & V – THREE YEAR PROFILE
REMARKS
•SCHOLASTIC AREAS
•CO- SCHOLASTIC AREAS
•ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL
STUDENTS PROFILE
STUDENTS ASSESSED IN 3 DOMAINS:
DAY TO DAY OBSERVATIONS
- OBERVATION OF THE CHILD ON
DAILY BASIS
- SPECIFIC BEHAVIOUR
-PATICIPATION IN SCHOOL
PROGRAMME
RATING PER TERM
TESTING ANNUALLY
BOOKS
• Text books have been reintroduced
for English and Maths.
• Handouts will be issued for Hindi/
French, Computers and EVS.
• In order to reduce the bag load, it has
been decided to store books in the
class cupboards. The books (GK,
KSS, Moral Science, Arabic, Islamic)
will be collected on Sunday and
returned on Thursday , every week.
Art & Craft will be returned after a
month.
IEAS INTRODUCES....
• LIBRARY PERIOD
• Compulsory CURSIVE
HAND WRITING For Classes I to V
Co -curricular Activities at
IEAS
THEME OF THE YEAR : LAUGHTER IS
THE BEST MEDICINE
 INVESTITURE’S CEREMONY– 13TH APRIL 2014
 I’VE GOT TALENT DAY - INTER – HOUSE
COMPETITIONS – 13TH NOV. 2014
 XPRESSIONS 2014 : INTER- SCHOOL
CULTURAL FESTIVAL – 22ND NOV. 2014
 PRIMARY SPORTS FESTIVAL– 11TH DEC. 2014
 PRIMARY SECTION PICNIC – 19TH FEB. 2015
Co -curricular Activities at
IEAS
CULTURAL DAYS
STD III – 27TH NOV. 2014
STD IV – 4TH DEC. 2014
STD V – 15TH MAY 2014
FOR ALL QUERIES FOLLOW
THE SCHOOL PROTOCOL
DIRECTOR
APPROACH
5
Fr. Francis Kharjia
PRINCIPAL
Fr. Lionel Braganza
VICE PRINCIPAL
Ms. Arlette D’Souza
COUNSELLOR
Ms. Sweeny
GRADE
CO-ORDINATOR
SUBJECT
TEACHER
GRADE COORDINATORS for the year
2014 - 2015
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Std.
Std.
Std.
Std.
Std.
I – Ms. Emmy
II – Ms. Estella
III – Ms. Jennie
IV – Ms. Lavina
V - Ms. Vilma
Use the School Website effectively
Instructions to
register:
Log onto : www. ieasonline.org
1.
2. Register with your email address under
Parent Login.
3. You will receive a personal ID on your email.
4. Login with the same ID and the password
5. Fill in the Registration Form.
6. Those who have registered earlier, please
logon and update your child’s details for
2013-2014
Above all….
HAVE TRUST
& CONFIDENCE IN
THE EDUCATIONAL
SYSTEM OF THE
SCHOOL
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