Curricular & Co-Curricular

We at IMS Ulwe, best school in Ulwe prepare students for life – helping them to stimulate curiosity and lasting passion for learning. It helps students to become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative, and engaged, ready to tackle the demands of tomorrow’s world and capable of shaping a better world for the future.
The school encourages an integrated approach to learning, where subjects are taught in relation to each other. We believe in moving beyond textbooks. Our expert faculty plan engaging activities for students to develop academic skills and concepts through hands-on integration catering to all kinds of learners.
The curriculum’s main idea is to make sure that each child has a strong foundation in the basic skills, and focuses on application-based learning.

The NCERT curriculum with advanced & renewed editions of publications available is followed by using the continuous teaching and evaluating process. It provides gradual development chart of students which can be analyzed and effective actions for academics improvements can be
taken at the right time

Art Integrated Learning (AIL)

Art Integrated Learning (AIL) is a teaching-learning model which is based on learning ‘through the arts’ and ‘with the arts’: it is a process where art becomes the medium of teaching-learning, a key to understand concepts within any subject of the curriculum. Co-relation of subjects with arts helps students understand the concepts easily. Learners explore creatively while building connections between different concepts through various art forms. Art experiences, both in visual (drawing and painting, clay modeling, pottery, paper crafts, mask and puppet making, heritage crafts etc.) and performing arts (music, dance, theatre, puppetry etc.) lead to a better understanding and construction of knowledge about different concepts. Arts have the flexibility to accommodate age-appropriate opportunities for learners who can explore at their individual pace.

Co-curricular Activities in School

The different types of co-curricular activities in school are chosen to develop an overall personality of a student. Selection of the right kind of extracurricular activities at school can polish your child’s skills and keep him engaged. Co-curricular activities help a student concentrate more in the classroom and teach them valuable life lessons. The importance of extracurricular activities at school has been proven by many types of research.

Annual Social Gathering

The main aim of annual social gathering is to bring out the hidden talent in the students and develop stage daring in them. This cannot be achieved by conducting a specialized gathering of few selected events and allowing only a few gifted students to perform. Each gathering has about 50 events ranging from social plays, historic plays, songs, dances, mimicry, theme based dance and other attractions. We are proud to state that almost every student use this opportunity to bring out the creativity in them.
  • Weekly Tests
  • Half yearly exams
  • Annual exams
  • Subject Enrichment Activities
  • Art Integrated Activities
  • Books Reading
  • Poetry Recitation
  • Story-writing
  • Debates
  • Organizing exhibitions
  • Preparing art and informative charts for Class notice board
Leisure Related Co -curricular Activities
  • Model making
  • Coin collection
  • Stamp collection
  • Industrial Visits
  • Gardening
Social development Related Co-curricular Activities
  • School Interact Club
  • My Plant my Responsibility
Physical Related Co -curricular Activities
  • Outdoor and indoor games
  • Mass drill
  • Mass P.T

Cultural Development Related Co-curricular Activities

  • Dance
  • Music
  • Folk dance
  • Folk songs
  • Annual Gathering
  • Carnival
  • Celebrating Festivals
Civic Values Related Co-curricular Activities
  • Cleanliness
  • Celebration of the Special days
Arts and Craft Related Co-curricular Activities
  • Diya making
  • Greeting card making
  • Class decoration
  • Clay modeling (Ganpati idol making)
  • Paper Craft
  • Rakhi making
  • Poster making
  • Warli Painting
  • Participation in various Arts & Drawing State Level Competitions

Details of Fee Structure


I TO IX: Tuition Fees: Rs 49800/-

Term Fees:    Rs 8200/-

Total Fees:     Rs 60,000/-

Academic Session Period – From April to March Vacation Period – From 1st May to 31st May

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