Our Approach

At EPIC Public School (EPS) we work scientifically to make the learning process more participative and enjoyable, interactive, multimedia-rich edutainment and infotainment concepts. We offer individual attention to encourage self-learning, while developing the mind, body and spirit.

Teaching is not limited to the school premises alone. The fact is that parents take up the role as teachers outside school. So, a sustained camaraderie between the institution and the parent becomes indispensible. We take active steps to involve parents in the teaching process and take their feedback seriously. We consider this process as the backbone of our high learning standards.

Curriculum can be compared to a grand narrative that keeps the school's vision and mission on track. It includes setting educational goals as well as the rationale for those goals. The selection of a particular curriculum often spells the difference between “excellent” and “mediocre” students. At EPS we believe that an integrated curriculum facilitates to measure the students' progress which is crucial for the academic excellence of the students and thereby the institute.

A well designed and holistic curriculum offers maximum learning experience and brings down the unproductive time spells in the classroom. It also prepares students to explore their own academic tastes and interests.

The importance of a well balanced curriculum is highly advantageous for students who get less supplemental learning and exposure due to various reasons. Moreover, a coherent curriculum is vital for the full development of the students' thinking faculties.

Teaching Style

Our students learn through interaction, group activities and field trips. Seminars and workshops also form an integral part of the School Curriculum. Teachers use a student-centred style which instils confidence, initiative, and the development of critical and analytical skills.

Guest Speakers are also invited to the schools to familiarize the students on various academic, scientific, social and cultural issues.

We believe that teachers are not only imparting learning but also act as role models who need to display qualities of a leader so that the students are influenced in a positive way.