The preparatory stage is of three years. It comprises grades III, IV and V. The learner's personality is developed through revelation and interaction, which strengthens all aspects of the learner's character, from intellectual to interpersonal, emotional, artistic, and physical.
The aim is not only cognitive development but also building character and creating holistic and well-rounded individuals equipped with the key 21st-century skills.
The curriculum is designed considering the needs and interests of learners. It gives space for critical thinking and learning is based on inquiry, discovery, discussion and analysis. It is set out under the following areas of learning:
It follows a system where teachers are integrating experimental learning into the classrooms now more than ever. Students are better able to apply ideas and knowledge taught in the classroom to real-world situations when they are immersed in hands-on experiences and reflection. They are also able to strengthen all of their senses through careful observation, inquisitive discovery, and spontaneous expression, which is a result of art and sports integration.
Assessment helps teachers in keeping track of all developmental milestones of the students, including cognitive, physical/motor, linguistic, social-emotional, and learning methodologies.