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MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMME

In Classes V-VII, students build on the foundations laid in the primary school. New challenges are met as communication, reasoning, problem - solving and value judgment become far more complex;

  • Our aim is to provide a broad-based curriculum which facilitates in-depth study of the key elements of English, Hindi, Marathi, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, Art, Computer Studies, Music, Physical Education and Life Skills.
  • A detailed curricular framework is formulated which ensures progression and continuity through the school.
  • The Arts are a fundamental means of expression and communication in all societies, and hence to give children access to the cultural diversity and traditions that constitute artistic heritage, the School continues to provide a comprehensive Arts programme. Thus, the middle school children participate in Music, Art, Dance, Yoga, Drama and other activities during their regular class time as well as co-curricular activities; they also take part in core activity programmes (sporting and non-sporting), which are conducted during or after school hours.
  • The educational philosophy of the school encourages children to get a wide range of first-hand experiences. Much of our work is focused on the environment and therefore school trips are a vital part of the curriculum.
  • The evaluation system in the middle school is such that each child feels that he or she has made progress and shown positive achievement and success. There are continuous class evaluations for child’s performance in class, and students' performance and grades are monitored and reviewed throughout the year to facilitate their continued progress.

Clubs:

  • HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION CLUB

The MLZS students are educated about the Human Rights and Values as part of the HRE Club Organised in collaboration of Zee Learn with Amnesty International. The staff and students are actively engaged in activities and trips to old age home, orphanage etc to sensitize them about the right to living with dignity and respect for all  and to develop their critical thinking skills and concern or empathy 

  • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM

Digital Citizenship Program (DCP) is the part of academic excellence in MLZS. This program addresses the 21st century skills and is aligned to the ESP as well through digital media literacy. Digital Citizenship aims to teach responsible, safe and ethical use of technology.

Digital Citizenship program will be a separate program that will be divided into various sessions across grades

  • Parents are one of the pillars of MLZS Wakad and the school believes in an active partnership with them. The parents are oriented about the ZLL pedagogy before the start of the session and various workshops and interactions are scheduled for the parents in the form of PTM, Competitions as parent child duo and many more.
  • Inclusive education happens when children with and without disabilities participate and learn together in the same classes. At MLZS Wakad, we believe in inclusive education and hence students who are differently abled or have special learning needs are provided with an Individual Education Program and all support is extended to the student and parents.
  • The Parent Teacher Association ( PTA)  is an integral part of MLZS Wakad. It is a formal organization composed of parents, teachers and staff that is intended to facilitate parental participation in a school. The members of the PTA are elected and are actively involved with the school.
  • Our traditions and values form the core of the Emerging Student Profile or ESP at MLZS Wakad. Celebrations in school have become an integral part of joyful learning, community building and thought provoking processes. Religious festivals from across religions, national and international festivals and important world days  are celebrated with great enthusiasm, fervour and pride. Children are exposed to the essence of the festivals through stories, music, dance, food, discussions on social issues and a variety of hands-on activities and projects.

GREEN CLUB

 

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS CLUB

Our School aims to achieve a broad and balanced school curriculum regularly making reference to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development formed by UN which include a set of 17 goals to Fight inequality and injustice,  Clean Water and Sanitation, Gender Equality, Quality Education and Good Health and Well-being and the SDGs link easily to these.

 

GERMAN HOBBY CLUB

German Hobby Club is introduced for students, parents, working professionals. The club sessions will help developing comprehensive linguistic skills of learners including reading, writing, speaking and listening. These sessions will also ensure effective application of technology and overall development of language skills.

 

SPORTS CLUB 

MLZS Sports Club is introduced this year which includes various sports like Basketball, Football, Table Tennis which will keep our students engaged with physical activities.

 

SCIENCE EXPLORATORY

SCIENCE  EXPLORATORY will help our children to perform well in their school curriculum various competitive exams and projects. This will ignite their curious mind and will make them to ask questions like what how when and why. This will help them to understand basic fundamentals, spark their imaginative, develop rational thinking and build confidence within them.

 

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