Is focused on the following areas of development:
Curriculum is the set of experiences, activities and events, direct or indirect which occur in an environment specially planned to foster children’s learning and development. In simple terms, Curriculum is a plan for learning.
Our curriculum is a comprehensive child-centric curriculum that comes with set objectives in all major areas of development. It is related to the child’s developmental readiness, interests, questions, style of learning and the cultural context in which the child finds himself.
For a child below 6, curriculum comprises the environment which in turn means the tools that we offer the child to learn. It is essential that a young child gets daily experience with learning aids which have specific usage, derived from the curriculum.
All areas of work for the child, both internal and external have been planned with extreme care to facilitate self learning, and implement the objectives set in the curriculum.
Our staff is trained to ensure that the curriculum objectives for each child are met consistently without creating any disturbance in the child’s work or thought process. They are trained to facilitate learning, observe, record and assess on a daily basis. We have an appropriate student – teacher ratio to ensure that every child’s needs are met without making him excessively dependent on an adult for learning.
- Development through work by hands
- Teachers are facilitators
- Self Learning Environment
- Each Child at his own pace
- Mixed Age Grouping
- Self correction
- Freedom of choice
- Inner discipline
- Daily observation and assessment
- Socially vibrant environment
- Encouraging the child’s inherent desire to do and learn
We believe preschool education should give as much exposure as possible to the child in all areas of development. Appropriate stimulus is the key to early learning. Hence, the activities have been designed keeping the child in mind and ensuring there is “directional” play all the time. It would involve
- Individual learning with materials
- Small group activities in art, language and gross motor skills
- Learning through a thematic approach
- Occasional support learning through role plays, presentations, storytelling, Reading
- Field trips
- Project based learning for older children
- Cultural celebration