KVM School

KVM First Steps LKG , UKG
KVM Primary School STD I to STD IV
KVM Middle School STD V to STD VIII
KVM High School STD IX, STD X
KVM Senior School STD XI, STD XII

Our Teachers

Our experienced teachers guide and facilitate a range of exciting and stimulating curricular activities that enable each child to activate the goal and objectives appropriate to his or her individual stage of development. While all the teachers at our school play a role in the case of the children, the role of the class teacher is pivotal for managing the students’ development throughout the year. The class teacher should be the first port of call for any concerns that the parents may have about their child and we place huge importance on the relationship between the class teacher and the parents.

Learning Support

Many children from time to time throughout their development can require a little bit extra support. This may take the form of speech therapy, occupational therapy or physical therapy. We will do our best to accommodate these sessions in school.


We attach great importance to courtesy, good manners, good discipline and respect for the needs and property of others. Once our children are welcomed in to the school they become ambassadors of KVM Public School and as such are expected to exemplify the highest standards of etiquette. We encourage our children to project beautiful manners and we work hard to model our expectations and acknowledge students who are courteous and polite.

School Curriculum

Here at KVM Public school we follow the CBSE curriculum. However at the 8 STD we offer our students the choice of either CBSC or IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) which is affiliated to Cambridge Assessment International Education.


The curriculum is made up of 5 learning areas consisting of Language, Social Science, Mathematics and Technology, Science and Physical Education, Performing Arts and Visual Arts.

1. Languages.

The language curriculum aims to develop the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing in a variety of contents and train students to be able to adapt language to suit different tasks ,audience and purposes .It aims to develop confidence in the students so that they can use their skills and abilities effectively.

2. Social Science.

The Social Science curriculum aims to develop in students an understanding and evaluation on the social, political, economic and environmental dimensions of the world and helps them formulate and justify arguments in response to a diverse range of issues.

3. Mathematics and Technology.

The Mathematics and Technology curriculum helps students develop strategies that improve their logical thinking and analytical ability. It helps to develop the ability to appropriate and estimate to use trials and improvement techniques in the development of computational skills and special intelligence. Information and communication technology helps student assess the impact of new technology on society and train these to use these productively.

4. Science.

Science is studied as individual disciplines of Physics, Chemistry and Biology .The science curriculum offers the students the opportunity to be curios, to question to investigate, to formulate hypothesis, design and carryout experiments, make critical observations and record results.

5. Physical education, Performing Arts and Visual Arts.

These offer appropriate opportunity for the development of imagination, sense of aesthetic, sensitivity and inventiveness all of which are the requirements of a balanced curriculum.