Kribhco Shyam Nagar, Piprola Jalalabad Road, Shahjahanpur - 242001 U.P.

Junior School

Education is a life – long journey and the School realizes the importance of a good start. It is here that the foundation for the love of learning is laid and strengthened. At the Junior School level, the School expects the students to entrench the basics and explore the world. They learn to question, analyze, classify and communicate their perceptions. An unconventional system of education is adopted by the School where education is imparted through play-way methods. A suitably designed child- cantered curriculum based on phonetics provides the children with a strong foundation of spelling and vocabulary. The entire course establishes and strengthens vital skills like motor and reading skills, language and communication skills, writing and number concepts. Bridging the gap between the nurturing environment of home and the disciplined demands of formal education is the primary goal of the School. Teachers enrich the curriculum through music, art, library and computer programs. The students also learn about the significance of festivals and are encouraged to imbibe Indian values in their lives.

Middle School

The curriculum ensures special inputs for the students adept at any field from Languages, Mathematics, Science and Technology or Performing Arts. It takes care of the increasing range of opportunities and the astounding variety of careers opening up due to the phenomenal developments.

Spacious and airy classrooms make learning comfortable. Every moment is an opportunity to learn and classrooms turn into laboratories and playgrounds with the aided element of fun. Thus, while basic principles and theories are taught in the classroom, this is not the only arena in which academic instruction takes place. Students learn from experience and analysis. Scientific temperament is honed and our practices ensure that students never hesitate to question a statement or clarify a doubt.

A great deal of emphasis is placed on ‘one-on-one’ teaching. The low teacher-student ratio allows each student to be treated as an individual.

Senior School

The Senior Wing of the school strives to maintain excellence in academics to enable the students to stand at par in today’s competitive world. The conformity with the CBSE-CCE pattern ensures the holistic development of the students encapsulating scholastic and co-scholastic aspects including Life-Skills, Attitudes and Values, Performing Arts, Health and Physical Education. The prime focus is to bring forth innovation in teaching-learning methodologies by devising student friendly and student centered paradigms. In addition to academics, emphasis is laid on innovation, steadiness, teamwork, athletics, public speaking, behaviour etc.

This in turn provides opportunities to the students to showcase their talents in fields like Arts, Humanities, Sports, Music, etc.


A Smart Board Induction Session was organised for teachers teaching in classes JKG to XII. Two days workshop was organised by Extramarks with the aim of developing technology faculties. Usage of smart board features such as the marker, the highlighter, the eraser, worksheet, drawing, test papers etc. was demonstrated. Queries of the teachers were addressed patiently and the interactive session turned out to be an informative one.

CCE Training Worksop was organised to update the teachers with various kinds of activities to be conducted in Formative Assessment. Also, they were trained to enter marks in Excel sheets which was designed specially as per new CCE pattern. All the teachers of class I to X attended the workshop. All the new developments in examination pattern of class IX and X discussed thoroughly.

Motivational Workshop

To motivate the teachers and to tell the importance of attitude of a teacher a workshop was conducted by the principal on 5th September. During the workshop the emphasis on building positive self esteem, making a habit of doing it now, staying away from negative influences, developing an attitude of gratitude and creating a continuous a education program for themselves were given.