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Enterprise Grade 10, Syllabus for Mid Term Assessments

Enterprise Grade 10, Syllabus for Mid Term Assessments

Dear Students

You will be tested on the following topics for your mid term assessments

  1. Introductions to enterprise
  2. Setting up a new enterprise
  3. The skills and personal attributes needed to run an enterprise
  4. Business opportunities, responsibilities and risk
  5. Negotiation
  6. Understanding finance
  7. Markets and customers
  8. Communicating with other people

There will be a Case Study which will be shared with you in advance. You are allowed to make annotations on the Case Study paper but you will not be allowed to carry that paper with you in the examination hall. A fresh copy of the Case Study and the question paper will be given to you during the examination. You will be required to write your answers in the paper itself.

The enterprise paper is of 100 marks and the time for the same is 1 hour 30 minutes. The paper style, marks and time provided is exactly according to the IGCSE pattern.

Do revert in case of any doubts or queries.




India Studies Grade 10, Syllabus for the Mid Term Assessments

India Studies Grade 10, Syllabus for the Mid Term Assessments

Dear Students

It is the time of the year again where you need to be ready for the assessments. The syllabus for the same is as follows

Core Themes

  • Social and Cultural Development of India
  • Economic Development of India
  • Sustaining Indian Democracy

The Core Theme Paper will be for 75 marks and the time will be 2 hours. The answers are to be written on the paper itself

Case Studies

  • How might India develop its programme to improve human development?
  • How might disputes over Jammu and Kashmir be addressed?

The Case Studies Paper will be for 60 marks and the time will be 1 hour 45 minutes. Separate Journal Sheets will be provided to write the answers.

Please do revert in case of any queries or doubts.



Mathematics_Grade 9_Reminder for the upcoming unit test_09/09/2014

Mathematics_Grade 9_Reminder for the upcoming unit test_09/09/2014

Subject : Mathematics

Topic : Set Theory and Direct and Inverse Variation

Maximum Marks : 40

Date of test : 12/09/2014 (Day 5)

Test Duration : 50 minutes

Important note : Please get your own stationery, you will not be allowed to borrow or share anything.

Best of Luck!!

Thanks and Regards,

Jyoti Khandelwal

Kinjal Morkhia.

Highlights and homework of 9th September

Highlights and homework of 9th September

Day 2


UOI : Learners presented their research finding in their groups which was a part of their Summative assessment.

Learners attended a Workshop on The Concept “Your Turn Now”, initiated by Rushabh Turakhia in 2009. This was integrated with their Unit ‘ Sharing the Planet’. They were asked to be kind to others and spread the kindness.

Language : Learners were taken to a setting (place) in the school to help them have a better understanding of how to describe a setting. They observed the setting and also made notes with the help of the following prompts:

1)It smells like…..
2) It feels like….
3) It appears like…
4) It sounds like….

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UOI : Start spreading your kindness today itself. Do something kind for your parents as discussed in the workshop and give them the Blue card saying ‘ Your turn now’!

Language : Read Chapter 5 of ‘ Charlotte’s Web’ and write a tweet for the same in rough note book.


Keep reading : )



Grade 11 ESS Update

Grade 11 ESS Update

Grade 11 Students continued their learning on Environmental Value Systems. They learnt about the Anthropocentric Approach to EVS. This was followed by a detailed discussion on the major landmarks in the environmental movement across the world which featured major events. The learners were made to understand the cause and effect relationship of a number of influential organizations, individuals and works that changed the way world saw environmental issues.

This was augmented by screening of the documentary “Home” for the learners. They are yet to finish watching the last part of the documentary. They also took a surprise open book test during the last week.

Grade 11 Biology highlights

Grade 11 Biology highlights

Grade 11 Biology students studied the important elements of life using a data based question. They revised the formation of water using covalent bond and used this concept in understanding the formation of hydrogen bond. Students used atomic model set and cut outs to understand how hydrogen bond is formed. Later , they were asked to watch a TED video and find the reason for ice to float on water. Using their knowledge of hydrogen bond they were able to answer the questions posed to them related to properties of water (adhesion, cohesion, boiling point etc.).

Students studied the structure of simple sugar glucose and later using this structure to analyze how disaccharides are formed. They used JMol software to analyze different disaccharides molecules and find out which two monosaccharides are used to make it.


Bhargavi and Pooja.

Grade 5 Conglomerate 09/09/2014

Grade 5 Conglomerate 09/09/2014

[Highlight Of The Week]

Glimpses of the activities conducted


Math:-Constructing meaning of decimals

Teacher’s day Celebration. Grade 7 students ‘Pearl and Bhavya’ took the role of teacher for 2 hours and  conduct ed the class. They took language reflection and played dog and the bone game with the students.



Complete the worksheet sent for the long week end in the math notebook.

Complete t’he expanded form  of decimals ‘worksheet task for checking tomorrow.


Learn spelling for dictation during the settling time.


Bring 3 passport size photographs for PE.

Leap:- Get the objects which were posted on the blog for an activity tomorrow in the leap session.