At KRM, we believe that reform of curriculum and pedagogy across all stages has moved the education system towards real understanding and towards learning how to learn - and away from the culture of rote learning as is largely present today. For the Primary level the curriculum is designed to follow a system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). Assessments are conducted throughout the year based on Transdisciplinary Theme, Language arts, Hindi, Numeracy, Visual art, Music Physical Education, Dance, Life skills and individual reflections. The aim is just not on cognitive development, but also building character and creating holistic and well-rounded individuals equipped with the key 21st century skills.

A formalized ‘Pen and Paper’ is designed in the form of multiple-choice questions, objective based questions, and question banks in different subjects. The aim is to enhance student’s problem solving, critical thinking, research skills etc.The ‘Non-Pen and Paper’ exam is designed in a multi-disciplinary way where students enjoy the joyful learning activities. The activities are art integrated such as story-telling, toy-based activity, role play, experiments etc. The assessment is developed in such a way that it covers cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains of learning.

Classes II and III : The academic year is divided into two semesters. A system of continuous and comprehensive evaluation through assignments and observational activities is followed. Besides this, two unit tests of 20 marks for each subject are conducted in both the semesters. In pursuit of providing holistic development to the learners, various co scholastic activities like Chess, Yoga, Visual and Performing Arts, Physical Education etc., are included in the curriculum. These activities cover all the three domains, enhancing develop their skills and attitudes.

Classes IV and V : The academic year is divided into two semesters. One unit test of 30 marks for each subject is conducted in both the terms. At the end of each term, an exam of 50 marks for each subject is conducted. Apart from striving for academic excellence, the school also aims to develop the latent talents in the students. Students are also taken for field trips and excursions, which gives them a lot of practical knowledge and also enhances their understanding of the world around them.