From this academic session, one of the four units of assessment will be replaced by assessed activities. Instead of four units of exams, there will be only three, but the additional time will be given to creative activity work which will form 25% of the students’ final mark or grade.
To support this new approach, the school was visited by the Principal’s daughter Ruth, who holds a B.Ed and is currently gaining extensive experience in creative educational methods at the Air Force base at Chabua.
Activities were done in all classes and subjects prior to the Monsoon Vacation, and more will follow in the coming months. In the lower section, a dedicated Activities Week was set aside, with every class participating in various projects, culminating in a ‘Mizo Day’ in honour of YMA Day which took place in that week.
Specific details regarding the mode of assessment are yet to be finalised. Please bear with us as we seek the best way to reflect the students’ performance in this aspect.