- Entry Assessment (1st time only)
- Constructive aim rather than Punitive. (focus on what the child does best)
- Mid-Term Assessment ; Half Yearly Assessment ; Final Assessment
- 5 Part Assessment Methodology
- Parent-Coach Interaction post each assessment (personalized attention possible due to lower coach-student ratio)

- Numbers concept (Skip Counting, Odd/Even Number etc.)
- Addition & Subtraction (Up to 2 digits including Carry over and borrowing)
- Multiplication (Up to 10 table)
- Fraction (Parts equal, unequal division)
- Time & Calendar (observing hours, minutes, days)
- Shapes (Curves & lines)
- Money (Conversion)
- Measurement of length and weight (Practical)

- Numbers (Concept of Place Value, Even/odd, Skip Counting)
- Addition & Subtraction (Up to 3 digits, Carry over & borrowing), Multiplication (Upto 12 table)
- Time & Calendar (Calculate Minutes, Hours, Days, Month)
- Fractions (Numerator & Denominator & Half)
- Shapes & Pattern (2D & 3D)
- Measurements (Length, Weight & capacity with practical)
- Money (Conversion)
- Data Handling (Solve problems related to data handling)
- Analytical Thinking (Solve problems related to analytical thinking)

- Number (Kinds of numbers and Roman numerals)
- Addition & Subtraction (Up to 5 digits)
- Multiplication & Division (2 & 3 digits, Introduction of Division)
- Fractions (Number line & Fraction)
- Money (Conversion)
- Time & Calendar (Concept of Second, Minutes & Hours , Days & Months)
- Geometry (Basic shapes concepts)
- Measurements (Length, Mass, Capacity & Conversion)
- Pictorial Representation (To teach problem related to pictorial representation)

- Kinds of numbers (Place Value, Comparison & Roman Numerals)
- Addition & Subtraction (up to 8 digit)
- Multiplication and Division (up to 4 digits)
- Divisibility (Introducing concept of factor & multiples)
- Types of Fraction (Equivalent, Proper/ Improper)
- Units of Measurements
- Simple equation using 'a' or 'x'
- Buy & Sell and Loan.
- Geometry (Angle, Perimeter & area of Triangle, Quadrilaterals & Circle)

- Kinds of Numbers (Numbers, Place Value & Square Number)
- Addition & subtraction (Up to 7 digits)
- Multiplication & division (Application of BODMAS)
- Equation (Forming & solving)
- Sequence & Series (Finding factors & multiples)
- Fractions & Decimal Fraction (Four Operation of Fraction & Decimal fractions)
- Unitary Method (Concept of One and Many)
- Percentage and Profit/Loss (Including Interest, Percentage)
- Distance, Speed & Time (Formula & Average)
- Geometry (Shapes, Angles, Perimeter, Area)
- Data Handling (Organized & utilized data)

- Numbers & Integers (Four Operations)
- Average (Formula and application)
- Arithmetic Equation (Introduction to equation & Variables)
- Sequence & Series (Logic & Analysis)
- Ratio & Proportion
- Unitary Method
- Simple & Compound Interest
- Data Handling (Basic Statistics and types of graphs)
- Geometry (Shapes, Area, Perimeter, Parallel lines, Polygon)
- Practical Geometry (Symmetry, Patterns, etc.)

- Integers (Properties of Rational Numbers, Indices and Square Number)
- Advanced Concepts (LCM, HCF, Percentage, Average, Profit/Loss, Interest, Speed, Time-Work)
- Fractions (Including Decimal Fraction)
- Ratio & Proportion (Comparing Quantities)
- Polynomials (Algebraic Expression, Single quadratic equation & Indices)
- Data – Handling (Tables, Means etc.)
- Geometry (Lines & Angles, Triangle properties, Congruence, Volume area, Perimeter, Solid Shapes & Polygons)
- Practical Geometry (Constructions and Symmetric Shapes in everyday life)

- Rational Numbers
- Square & Square root + Cube root
- Identities, Expression and Factors
- Linear Equation (One Variable)
- Set Theory
- Percentage and it's applications in Compound interest
- Ratios & Percentages (Including Direct & Inverse proportions)
- Factorization (Regrouping indices and identities)
- Complex equation (Simultaneous , Quadratic, Polynomial)
- Data handling (Pictograph, Bar Graph, Pictorial Tally Marks)
- Geometry (Types of Quadrilaterals, Graphs, Mensuration, Congruence)
- Practical Geometry (Construction of Arcs, and Shapes)

When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in 7 years.

Mark Twain

When you are courting a nice girl an hour seems like a second. When you sit on a red-hot cinder a second seems like an hour. That's relativity.

Albert Einstein

The second most important job in the world, second Only to being a good parent, is being a good teacher.

S.G. Ellis

Mathematicians are like Frenchmen: whatever you say to them they translate into their own language and forthwith it is something entirely different.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Children learn as they play. Most importantly, In play children learn how to learn.

O. Fred Denaldson

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