Almost all aspects of modern life have some sort of scientific input, both from the natural world and the man-made sources. The basic criteria of validity of the curriculum, that is, it's content, cognition, historical, environmental perspective and ethical validity have been considered very minutely. A natural outcome of learning through the curriculum is that the students gain the most important skills of flexibility, innovation and creativity. Science is offered to students through first-hand experience, at every stage, thus building on their natural curiosity and stimulating them to investigate and question.
At the primary stage, the child engages in joyfully exploring the world and harmonizing with it, thus acquiring the basic cognitive, psychomotor and language skills through observation, classification and inference. The children, then, move on to learning through familiar experiences and engage in hands-on activities, like creating a working model of a windmill. At higher levels, the students engage in learning science as a composite discipline with more advanced tools.