It incorporates the child-centered principles of its predecessor. It identifies the three main aims of primary education.

Growth and development

To allow the child to live a fulfilled life as a child, and to reach his or her full potential as an individual.

To allow the child to become a social being by living with and cooperating with others, and thus contribute to the betterment of society.

To prepare the child to pursue further education and for lifelong learning.
The curriculum is learner-centered. The curriculum emphasizes literacy, numeracy and language while also responding to current needs in science, technology, health education and citizenship.

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Language plays a crucial role in the development of children. Language and experience are key to learning. Language allows children to understand and clarify their experiences, to gain new concepts and to expand on concepts they already know.

Because of the crucial link between language and learning, the curriculum includes talk and discussion as a central learning strategy for every curriculum area. This allows children to explore ideas, emotions, and reactions using increasingly complex language. It also deepens their understanding of the world.

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Dunes Academy schools may teach English or Hindi. Dunes Academy is unique in that all children have the opportunity to learn two languages from the start of school.


Math teaches children to think, communicate, spatially and quantitatively. It also helps them to solve problems and recognize situations in which mathematics can be used. The Mathematics Curriculum focuses on the development of problem-solving and estimation skills. It uses examples that are relevant to the child’s life.

From infants, discussion, hands-on practice with materials and active learning are encouraged. It is also important to emphasize the importance of developing mathematical language for communicating ideas. Both at school and beyond, the development of numeracy skills is essential to a child’s daily life. These skills are essential for later educational and personal success..

Mathematics Curriculum

The Mathematics Curriculum is designed for all primary school children from Nursery through U.KG. The content is organized in blocks of two years, with each level clearly defined. The Mathematics Curriculum is divided into two sections.

It also includes a section on skills development that describes the skills children should learn as they become more proficient in math. These skills include:
* Problem-solving and application
* Recalling and understanding
* Communication and expression
* Connecting and integrating
* Reasoning
* Implementing
* Recalling and understanding

Physical Education

Children learn through movement. Physical education helps them live active, healthy lives. The Physical Education Curriculum offers a variety of activities for children. It encourages schools and other educational institutions to plan for PE with flexibility. Curriculum for Physical Education .Six strands make up the Physical Education Curriculum.

Athletics | Dance | Gymnastics | Outdoor and adventure sports | Aquatics | Games