House System

The school has divided its students into 4 houses namely Honesty, Integrity, Solidarity & Unity. Each student is allotted a specific house and care is taken that each house has almost equal number of students, both boys and girls. Each house is placed under a House Master and teachers and year long co-scholastic activities are held to judge the performance of each child in the co-scholastic area along with the academic area as this is the concept of holistic education, based on the CBSE guidelines. Various inter house competitions are held throughout the year to ensure participation of maximum no. of students. A house wise meeting is held where the House Masters and teachers meet the students of their houses from classes VI to XII to know their preferences and choices for the different inter house activities. This also helps in preliminary selection procedure for the school appointees or prefects.

House system is for the sake of the interaction among the students of different classes and to promote team spirit, loyalty and healthy competition among them. During the course of academic year, several inter-house competitions are organised like sports, debate, drawing, extempore, essay writing etc. Every outstanding student is given a prize and a certificate for his/her performance in the competitions. Points are awarded to the students throughout the year. At the end of the academic year the house, which gets the maximum points is awarded.

  • 5 points are awarded to the house for securing 1st position.
  • 3 points are awarded to the house for securing 2nd position.
  • 1 point is awarded to the house for securing 3rd position.

The core values are explained as self-development, intellectual empowerment and life-long learning within the diversity and strength of our one community. The four 'cornerstones' of the school are learning, tradition, respect and quality co-education. Together, these aspects make up the core values, philosophy, ideology of the school and they 'give us our clear direction and pathway'.

Honesty House


House Master :
Mr. Anil Tiwari
Head Boy :
Palkesh Bhootra
Head Girl :
Eti Dhelawat
House Captain Boy :
Himanshu Jain
House Captain Girl :
Harshita Singh
Vice House Captain Boy :Deep Purswani

Vice House Captain Girl :
Tanisha Dhelawat
Sports Captain Boy :
Kuldeep Singh
Sports Captain Girl :
Pradhanya Nair
Cultural Captain Boy :
Jai Kriplani
Cultural Captain Girl :
Harshita Singh

Integrity House


House Master :
Mr Amit Massey
Head Boy :
Palkesh Bhootra
Head Girl :
Eti Dhelawat
House Captain Boy :
Kumar Mangalam Kabra
House Captain Girl :
Shruti Soni
Vice House Captain Boy :
Malay Mehra
Vice House Captain Girl :
Shrivatsa Upadhyay
Sports Captain Boy :
Pratham Kumar
Sports Captain Girl :
Bhavya Chandnani
Cultural Captain Boy :
Jayesh Salecha
Cultural Captain Girl :
Yashasvi Jain

Unity House


House Master :
Mr P.M. Singh
Head Boy :
Palkesh Bhootra
Head Girl :
Eti Dhelawat
House Captain Boy :
Naman Kriplani
House Captain Girl :
Mahi Laddha
Vice House Captain Boy :
Adamya Veer Singh
Vice House Captain Girl :
Akshita Parakh
Sports Captain Boy :
Kartikey Bhardwaj
Sports Captain Girl :
Aaska Pandey
Cultural Captain Boy :
Jai Kishan Suthar
Cultural Captain Girl :
Tanisha Anjana

Solidarity House


House Master :
Mr. N.K. Bhatt
Head Boy :
Palkesh Bhootra
Head Girl :
Eti Dhelawat
House Captain Boy :
Sahil Jethwani
House Captain Girl :
Stuti Chandak
Vice House Captain Boy :
Saumya Rajora
Vice House Captain Girl :
Manasvi Maloo
Sports Captain Boy :
Dhairya Bhatt
Sports Captain Girl :
Prakriti Agarwal
Cultural Captain Boy :
Priyansh Jain
Cultural Captain Girl :
Anamika Jain

School Timings

SUMMER WINTER
7:25 A.M. to 01:25 P.M. [Monday to Friday] 7:40 A.M. to 01:35 P.M. [Monday to Friday]
7:25 A.M. to 12:25 P.M. [Saturday] 7:40 A.M. to 12:35 P.M. [Saturday]

Academic Calendar 2022-23

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Annual Syllabus 2022-23

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Curriculum & Book List

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The LKSPS Curriculum Model

 Optimise Teaching and Learning Facilitate Holistic Development

 Stimulating and Creative Safe and Child-centered

 Explore Multiple Dimensions Emphasis on Academic Rigour

 Encompassing Intellectual, Social, Emotional and Physical Development

 Ocean of Opportunities

 Wide Spectrum Engagements Beyond the Classroom

 Cherishing Ones Own Culture and Respecting Others

Five Key Attributes:

 Creativity and Innovation

 Collaboration

 Leadership

 Global Citizenship

 Life-long Learning

THE CURRICULUM

Pre-Primary Section

PG, Pre-Nursery, Nursery and KG

(Group A)

The pre-primary stage is the foundation of every childs basic education. At this stage the child is introduced to the basic skills of learning through the Play Way method and a plethora of creative activities propelling his motor skills and enable him to a spirit of curiosity, which is the key to learning.

Primary section

I - V

(Group B)

The child is now familiar with the school environment and is exposed to more formal ways of learning and testing. His/her participation gradually increases and he/she responds well to academics, co-curricular and extracurricular activities. The young scholars enjoy the challenges offered and the opportunities given to stretch themselves in a variety of directions.

Middle Section

VI -VIII

School Methodology

 Flipped Classroom

 Project-based Learning

 Brainstorming

 Role Play

 Interactive

 Lab Experiment

 Self and Peer Evaluation

(Group C)

The child is now maturing and the process of taking up responsibilities and making decisions begins. Subjects now become more detailed and specific. Also the child starts focusing on the activities he likes. The curriculum for the middle section has broad spectrum yet ensures specific details. He learns organizational skills and dealing with people. At LKSPS, a great deal of emphasis is placed on one-on-one teaching and personal attention catering to the specific requirements of the students.

Senior Section

IX-XII

(Group D)

The teacher student collaboration in this section airs to build uncompromising confidence in the students. Individual attention and practice create the motivational environment gearing them for examinations. Exposure to an array of competitions, peer learning, remedial teaching and regular counseling sessions leads all students to outstanding result and make them ready to face the challenges of life ahead.