Course of Study

Green Valley Public School follows the CBSE syllabus, the most popular and preferred curriculum by most students inORISSA. This syllabus, which was revised in the recent past, is found to have a higher standard then other curriculums and is tailored to meet career goals and achievements of students in any field of study.

Special Electives

Hands on exploratory learning and working in teams is encouraged and followed.

Digital aid, images, videos, and ICT are used to make teaching and learning effective and fruitful.

Students are equipped for the future with skills to adapt to changes and uncertainties by exposing them to unlimited possibilities outside of text books.

Field Study

Exposure learning trips are a part and parcel of Green Valley for students from LKG to STD X to impart life lessons.

Supplementary Education

Preparatory programs are arranged for NEET, IIT and JEE for students from STD VII – X. 

Class Room Environment

The class room environment in Green Valley is designed to maximize instructional time, help students to feel secure and supported and motivate them to learn and succeed. The good environment provides relevant content, clear learning goals, feedback, opportunities to build social skills and strategies to help students succeed. Children are taught how to think and not what to think.

Quality Teaching

At Green Valley, children are in great hands. Child centered quality teaching being the primary goal, Green Valley ensures that only well qualified subject specialists and experienced regular trained teachers handle your children. To keep up with the demands of the changing education and world scenario, the teachers are frequently enriched with orientation and empowerment programs.


Students are expected to do a minimum of 1 to 1½ hours of homework per night for six nights of the week. A Study Planner in the School Diary is intended to spread the workload throughout the week.

​Developing regular study habits is an important part of the educational philosophy of the school. The amount of homework is systematically increased as a student progresses from one level to the next.​

Parents are requested to provide suitable study conditions. Students are required to use their school Diary to record all homework, work requirement, and assessment task submission dates. The results of students are often affected by the failure to submit assessment tasks by the due date.


Regular testing and continuous assessment are integral parts of every subject taught Promotion from one level to the next depends in all cases upon the attainment of a satisfactory standard.


There are three types of reports issued by the school: An Interim Report will be given to students early Term 1 and late Term 3. Special reports are issued when parents and teachers indicate concern about the performance of a student.

Special Programs

Student Council, Living History Programs, Celebration of important days are programs aimed to broaden the horizon of students. 

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