Primary Years Curriculum@ Sector-51, Gurugram

We define ‘curriculum’ as the totality of a child’s experience at MRIS, ensuring that they are ready for the secondary school with the right knowledge and with the right skills for the next stage of their educational journey.

Primary Years in MRIS-51, Gurugram comprises Grades II-V. At the Junior School level, we focus on the development of oral as well as written expression, creative writing, critical thinking and mathematical skills. Our well-thought school curriculum encourages children to be academically inquisitive and to take responsibility and initiative as they move into this more structured phase of their schooling.

Our faculty uses a wide range of strategies to deliver curriculum content such as science investigations, interactive, hands-on projects, drama activities, games, informal discussions and outdoor learning. Experiential Learning is encouraged through innovations like flipped classes, Reflection Sheets etc.

Co-curricular activities, Community Outreach Programs, Edu-Trips, care for the environment and adopting United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) are an integral part for the students of Primary Wing. All these activities are intermingled into the curriculum along with the seven pillars of the learning areas- Languages and Literacy, Numeracy, CREST, Sports and Well-Being, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, and Life Skills- Soft Skills and Technical Skills. We aim to impart education that provides relevant, meaningful and diverse learning opportunities which support students in their aspirations, encourage them to fortify their innate strengths and spur them to productively engage with the community. 

Language Acquisition
We are a part of modern society which thrives on global communication, and as denizens of civil society, we connect and understand any phenomenon around us by the virtue of a language. Therefore, language acquisition is of utmost importance in a developing child, the seeds of which are sown in a tender age at MRIS.Our primary wing puts emphasis upon
Visual Arts

Most effective learning occurs when it is visualized. A developing mind learns through association of theories with practical/physical aspect of things. Visual arts effectuate cognitive and physical development through art and craft, nature walks, excursions, field trips, etc. These activities encourage students to associate nature and physical….

Performing Arts

True development of a being can be determined through the well-being of their mind, body and soul. Performing arts focuses on all three aspects in a perfect consensus. The students are exposed to various dance forms, musical genre, playing instrument, and various celebrations conducted in the school. School assemblies play a crucial…


Students under clan duties are given responsibilities on school campus from discipline, aesthetics to conducting various events and competitions under our five vertices – Visual arts, Performing Arts, Social Responsibility, Literacy & Media, and Sports. They also work under specific United Nations Sustainable Development Goals wherein…

Special Assemblies

To come together as a group for celebrations develops a sense of belonging towards each other and our culture. One of the best ways to learn the rich history of a country is by communal celebration. School assemblies are microcosm of such celebrations which we engage in as adults. Therefore, to develop the sense of camaraderie and belonging…

Community Outreach Program

Through community outreach initiatives, MRIS-51 aims to develop caring, well-balanced and responsible young global citizens. Community outreach at MRIS-51 is part of our trans-disciplinary curriculum and an important part of fostering the MRIS learners’ profile. Engaging students in community service projects is a wonderful …..

Annual Projects

MRIS-51 adopted the Goals in order to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which will mobilize efforts to end all forms of poverty, fight inequalities and tackle climate change, while ensuring that no one is left behind. Out of the total of 17 Goals drafted by the United Nations, 4 SDGs are followed…..


MRIS-51, Gurugram that holds advanced accreditation to be recognized as an international school has always encouraged the students to think critically and make good decisions. In continuation of our quest for excellence, CREST is a path-breaking initiative…..

Soft Skills

This Charles Darwin Theory is a prerequisite of the soft skills curriculum followed at MRIS-51. It has become a part of the curriculum planning along with academics. Soft skills at MRIS focuses on people skills, social skills, communication skills, character trait, attitude, social….

Counselling and Inclusive Education

“What you say in here, stays in here”-This approach is followed by the MRIS staff to ease the students to shed their apprehensions and share their feelings with the counsellor. The counselling section at MRIS-51 aims to- Establish effective study….


MRIS-51 in collaboration with Quill Club launched a book titled ‘Over the Moon’ written by the young budding authors of the school, to celebrate the students’ exceptional achievements. Manav Rachna International School, Sector 51, Gurugram strives to provide a platform and opportunity…