Ahinsa ( अहिंसा )
Ekta ( एकता )
Namrata ( नम्रता )
Satya ( सत्य )
Grade III to V (Age 08 to 10)
Primary wing of TWGS provide the best learning environment for your child: TWGS teachers pave the path for traditional learning. Apart from the child learning basic physical and mental activities, TGWS focuses on internal growth too. Primary schools will look into deep into the consciousness of the children.
School provides a pleasing learning environment with the spirit of sharing and caring. TWGS students are provided with opportunities to enjoy learning by participation and develop ability for independent thinking.
>> Teaching Methodology
>> Personality Development
>> Graduation Ceremony
>> Story & Reading Club
>> Interhouse Competition
TWGS teachers are made aware before working with their students through baseline test, for any special educational needs, TWGS teachers take the time to get to know each student throughout the one-to-one lessons by asking about their hobbies and interests or the kinds of things they’ve been learning in school.
In this way, whenever possible teachers can personalize a lesson or a teaching technique as appropriate to the child with a real world example.
Teaching methodology in TWGS is diagnostic assessment base. Diagnostic assessment identifies student’s misconceptions. This is the best achieved through MCQ. , we include multiple distractors – answers that are incorrect based on a misconception a child may have e.g. around multiplying. If a child chooses an incorrect answer, the teacher can analyze the patter and customize the topics which requires enhancement.
To achieve a teaching goal TWGS uses and adopts different techniques and methodology. In the contemporary classroom, five distinct teaching styles have emerged as the primary strategies adopted by modern teachers: The Authority Style, The Delegator Style, The Facilitator Style, The Demonstrator Style and The Hybrid Style.
Personality development is an important and one of the primary objectives of education because it helps children to live their life in a better way. It builds confidence in them and helps them to look life in a positive way, creates positive energy, improves health, skills, decreases stress, and makes them a more pleasing personality.
Creative activities help a child's intellectual and cognitive development and many intellect based skills. These skills include- problem-solving, developing their imagination, concentration and critical thinking. It helps children grow into strong, healthy, and independent individuals. It also helps them develop emotionally and reduces stress. Without proper activities, kids do not have the chance to stretch their imagination and build the skills they need to succeed in the workplace and in their life.
Festival celebration at school helps the children to understand the importance of bonding together, sharing joys and celebrating happiness with togetherness. It also takes into account celebrations of days in formal schools like Sports Day, Annual Day, festivals etc.
Celebrating events and festivals in the school has become an integral part of learning and building a strong cultural belief. These celebrations bring the students closer to each other's traditions and cultural beliefs and develop respect and understanding for each other's customs and traditions.
Assessment is embedded in the learning process. It is tightly interconnected with curriculum and instruction. As teachers and students work towards the achievement of curriculum outcomes, assessment plays a constant role in informing instruction, guiding the student's next steps, and checking progress and achievement. It plays an important role in the process of learning and motivation.
Well-designed assessment methods provide valuable information about student learning. They tell us what students learnt, how well they learnt it, and where they struggled.
Sports are very essential for every human life which keep them fit and improves physical strength. By playing sports life can also age better and free from many diseases. By playing sports lung function also improves and become healthy because more amount of oxygen is supplied. Playing sports teaches lessons of life, such as teamwork, accountability, self-confidence, responsibility, and self-discipline.
Sports in school helps prepare students to face the challenges of life. They enhance physical and mental abilities of students and help them achieve the goals of their life.
Graduation ceremony is an exciting milestone for children as it's their first step towards a future full of hopes and possibilities. It marks a new beginning that adds new dimensions to their school life and the journey they begin towards knowledge and education. This is a symbol of change, of progression, achievement and of moving onto new adventures.
STEAM is an approach to education that empowers students to be curious learners who seek creative solutions to real-world problems; this helps them develop the soft and hard skills necessary to succeed in life. STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.
Storytelling brings language learning alive and creates a participatory and immersive experience that allows Young Learners to enjoy hearing the language in a dynamic, sometimes stylistic and entertaining way. Participation using key vocabulary and phrases can create an awareness of rhythm and structure. Reading and storytelling with children promotes brain development and imagination, develops language and emotions, and strengthens relationships. Children often enjoy books, songs and stories with good rhyme, rhythm and repetition. Anytime is a good time for a book or story.
The House system is of great importance to school life. Its function is to inculcate the spirit of healthy competition among students and encourage it within school. Houses may compete with one another at sports, cocurricular and many other ways, thus providing a focus for group loyalty or teamwork. Inter-house competition is a major pastoral and extra-curricular side of school which develops students' social, team-working and organization (amongst other) skills. The House system aims to reflect the ethos of the school.
Excursions are seen as an integral part of the school curriculum as they enable students to explore, extend and enrich their learning and their social skills development in a non-school setting. An excursion is defined as any activity beyond the school grounds. Powerful learning takes place in the real world. One of the main benefits of school excursions is the interactive sessions during these trips. Such field trips allow students to freely interact with friends, teachers, and others and also encourages independent development. Educational excursions usually involve the interaction of a third person who is not a teacher or not part of the school management.